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November 05, 2006


Old Lemming

add this to your store of lore ... they're MIDSHIPMEN, not "naval cadets", not "cadets", at least not since the the turn of the 19th century ... neither ar they "middies", a term misused by the press. ignorant sportscasters, fawning mothers, and stupid politicans ...

Ship Model

Wow! That is really a great model ship, its huge and beautiful and I believe these ships has full of stories.


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