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macbill

Old Trolls Never Die They just Lose Their Staff
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Counting is Hard
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Shrike

Flower Potted, Maxed, Rio'd & Bowle'd over.
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I LOVE your post....
... but it's Hal's 54th birthday!
I saw the movie the day it was released in N.Y.C. 1968...
I have gone to see it a half dozen times since that 1st time.
The movie is genius, and I loved it the first time....
..but I fell asleep every time I went to see it again!
According to the movie, Hal became operational on January 12, 1992...so his 30th birthday was 4 days ago...:nod::cheers:


Is this Thing's (Addams Family) mother giving birth to him?? :cool:


P.S. Oops...sorry for the double post.
 
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DillGaff

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USS Nevada Ohio-class nuclear-powered submarine

The Navy says Ohio-class submarines stay an average of 77 of days at sea before spending about a month in port for maintenance and replenishment. It's rare for one to even be photographed outside their home ports of Bangor, Washington, and Kings Bay, Georgia. The secrecy surrounding the ballistic missile submarines makes them the "most important survivable leg of the nuclear triad," which also includes silo-based ballistic missiles on the US mainland and nuclear-capable bombers like the B-2 and B-52.
 

stark1

Galaxy “far” away, GN-Z=11 (32bLY)
The son of BA.1 (Omicron) has arrived in the land of the free.
3 cases so far, compared to 5% of cases in UK, and 40%
In Denmark, the BA.2 variant is taking a tippy toe hold...

The shit keeps hitting the fan. :myday:

 
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