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post #19 of Old 08-11-2012
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Re: Nuclear s(n)ubs

Originally Posted by Brent Swain View Post
We have a huge sub testing base straddling Georgia Strait. One even sunk a classic yacht, leaving a fiend clinging to a propane bottle. They rescued him, and the sub crew were thoroughly drunk.
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This is irrelevant to a question about American subs. Your friend was at fault in this collision. I seriously doubt the claim that the Chilean crew was thoroughly drunk.

Originally Posted by Brent Swain View Post
I remember campaigning in a federal election, when the range had not been used for a long time. When I went home, I found the nuclear sub crew getting drunk in a local bar..
What your politics have to do with a crew drinking on their own time is a complete mystery.


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