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Old 03-09-2011, 04:51 PM   #15
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Some one tell me one more time................................How does the Navy operate a huge ship with sailors like seajay?
Army watercraft engineers? Autopilot? At least he tells it as it happens. God bless our troops
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Tks Ron,,,,,,, I O U one ...(maybe two)....... GO ARMY.....
'tween the Army and the Navy..... we cover the world... You guys got the dirt and we got the water .......... the Marines got the chow line and the gate duty.....lol....ping....
(this should encourage a certain person and his minion to respond with an outlandish statement of the sort that is already expected by the superior persons in the other services on this forum) ,,,........ cough cough......

God bless all our troops and keep them safe.........
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Oh Seajay it is I who owes you! I have a boat, jet skis and love the lake. but the one time I went out on the Ocean in a 60ft vessel it was me the Army warrior that was full of fear, couldn't have been full of anything else cause that was left as a present in the onboard commode! I'll stick to the lakes and let you guys have the Ocean. Sure looks nice from the beach.
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Tks Ron,,,,,,, I O U one ...(maybe two)....... GO ARMY.....
'tween the Army and the Navy..... we cover the world... You guys got the dirt and we got the water .......... the Marines got the chow line and the gate duty.....lol....ping....
(this should encourage a certain person and his minion to respond with an outlandish statement of the sort that is already expected by the superior persons in the other services on this forum) ,,,........ cough cough......

God bless all our troops and keep them safe.........
Yup, and like the guys following the elephants and horses in a parade, we have to follow behind and clean up what you "cover the world" in.

Just sayin...........

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ps. Yep, this really happened. I aint smart enough to make this stuff up......

God bless our troops and keep them safe ...........
I have a great idea for a new sitcom series.....

Seajay, who do I contact? Not sure if it will be a reality show or a comedy show...

Keep up the posts!
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NOW I GOT IT. Seajay is uncovered. The truth be known'



Seajay is Charlie Sheen !!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!
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NOW I GOT IT. Seajay is uncovered. The truth be known'



Seajay is Charlie Sheen !!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!
Nope.......more like a wanna be Gomer Pyle

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I thought Gomer Pyle was a Marine? Or was it Barney Fife?
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