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« Reply #795 on: September 05, 2017, 06:46:12 AM »

That's wild, Java!

Did you guys catch the orca v. great white videos to the right of the whale video?
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« Reply #796 on: September 05, 2017, 02:47:44 PM »

Yes!  I share that video with my students every year or two.  Classic!!
CLASSIC! The caved in car roof is a sight to behold...and be glad it wern't yours!
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« Reply #797 on: September 06, 2017, 09:10:43 AM »

Hurricane Irma + ADHD=
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« Reply #798 on: September 06, 2017, 09:08:06 PM »

I still think I Walk The Line by Johnny Cash sounds like a Patience & Prudence song...
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« Reply #799 on: September 08, 2017, 04:21:11 PM »

Just got back from 4 days in London, doing a staff ride with a dozen people from work.

Day One was spent travelling down there. Most of us met up at MT (Mechanical Transport) to get bused out to Aberdeen Airport for a flight down to London. The only one who wasn't travelling down was the one commissioned officer in the group, who was going to be down that area anyway and would meet us when we arrived at Luton airport. It was a hot day and the air conditioning wasn't working on the bus, so I decided to sleep for the 90 minutes it took us to get to Aberdeen. We flew down (this entire trip we were wearing civvies since wearing uniform in public is like painting a great big ol' target on your head these days) and met the boss down there. He was carrying a ridiculous 'man bag', a light brown leather 'satchel' which to me looks like a woman's hand bag. He was immediately fined for this (on trips like these when someone does something that doesn't fit in with everyone else an arbitrary fine of £1 is applied to them). We travelled from Luton Airport to RAF Halton, a journey I had not done since the day just over 16 years ago when as a 27 year old who still hadn't decided what he actually wanted to do with his life joined the military on the basis that if nothing else, well at least they had a really good pension plan (more fool me there since the previous prime minister went and changed my pension without as much as a by your leave, so cheers for that Mr Cameron you a***ole. And screw everyone who voted for you too. And while I am in the mood screw George Osbourne too, a man with a face that screams punch me).

Anyway, I digress.

Just as we got on the plane Pete decided to have some fun. He sent a text to Dan telling him they'd lost me, were now boarding the plane and couldn't do anything else to find me. He then switched his phone to airplane mode. After the flight when he put his phone back on there were about thirty missed calls.

We were staying in a transit accommodation block in Halton, which was nicknamed The Bronx as soon as we saw the state of it. Having never actually been to the Bronx, I have no idea if that title is justified or not, but on the basis of the Italian gang warfare film of the same name I watched as a young child I am going to say it sounds about right. The block was due a station commanders inspection the next day, and I decided screw that, I am not going to spend my night trying to clean this place up and went out with everyone else for drinks. Anyway, the group we had down there were

Dan, the boss.
Tam, the old school warrant officer who is something of a holy terror if you are on his bad side, but a good man if you are in the right and need back up.
Andy, another warrant officer. Slightly more laid back than Tam. He is a Supplier by trade.
Chris, a flight sergeant who I have never met before.
Pete, a sergeant armourer who really wants to be promoted.
Mark, a guy you used to be an SAC working under me when I was on 617 sqn and is now a cpl himself.
Me,
Roz, a woman who works with Mark and is married to an armourer who isn't Pete.
Toni, a female SAC (in the army this would be a sort of senior private).
Lucy, another female SAC.
Jill, a civilian who used to be in the RAF and now works for them out of uniform.

There was someone else, but I can't think who it was. No doubt it will come back to me later. Anyway, Tam had booked us a restaurant 10 minutes walk from the camp (we were told), so the junior ranks (me, Mark, Roz, Toni and Lucy) decided to walk to it. Lucy started off telling us about how she used to walk 15 miles a day when she lived in London and how she could walk really quickly and so on.

5 minutes later she was complaining how much her feet were hurting and wanted to get a taxi. This would be a common theme from her throughout the week.

Turned out the place we were having the meal (it was an Indian place (thats Indian as in India, not as in native Americans). The meal was pretty good. I had a King Prawn Korma (not the spiciest dish out there, but I do love how they taste) and a couple of beers. Dan gave a talk about how the entire trip would be on first name terms (which caused minor problems for me as I kept forgetting and calling him 'sir', but I tend to call people I don't like by their rank normally anyway). Tam growled that his first name was "Warrant", but he was only joking. I got fined for being the only person wearing something without a collar on it (I was wearing a black Thundercats teeshirt), but on the other hand Dan was being hit by fines left right and centre, amassing a total of £13 just on the first night. He took it all in good fun. A good night was had by all and it was an enjoyable meal. We sorted out what time to meet in the morning and got taxi's back to the camp, mostly because of Lucy complaining. Dan hung about with the junior ranks mostly, I guess because we are closer in age to him than the Warrants and so on.

Day 2. We walked out to the train station which was another 10 minutes on from where we'd been last night. Lucy complained about this. Toni had forgotten her travel documents and ended up having to pay for her ticket into London herself instead of getting it for free like the rest of us. Went to the Churchill War Rooms first, with the statue of Clive of India outside it. The war rooms where where Churchill and his cabinet ran the war from after 10 Downing Street was badly damaged by a bomb. Looking at the sizes of some of these rooms it was amazing to think of a war spanning the globe being fought from these little rooms and that since they were only about six feet below street level a direct hit would have taken out the entire leadership of the government in one fell blow.

We were looking at Churchills private bedroom (with a single bed, his wife's room was quite a distance away. Apparently me wondering out loud if he'd ever knocked one out in that bed spoiled the mood a little. Throughout the underground complex were rifle racks in the event the Germans had launched a surprise paratrooper attack. As much as his politics differ from mine, I could actually believe that Churchill would have made a stand with his troops and led the fighting.

If you have an interest in World War 2 history like me and you find yourself in London I can recommend a visit to it, although its not somewhere I think you'd want to visit twice.

Anyway I was wandering around the museum part of the exhibition and noticed I couldn't see anyone else from our group so I started to go through the rest of the exhibition in case the rest of the group was way ahead of me. As it turned out I got to the end before everyone else and had to wait for them. Women kept trying to walk into the gents toilet. I have no idea why as it is well advertised, but it happens so much that a man is employed to stand outside the gents and redirect women to the laides toilet. I picked up a few souvineers for people. I got Kristi a book of recipies from during the Blitz when food was being heavily rationed. I got myself a tin cup with a map of the Empire on it (I love old maps. Couldn't care less about the empire) and a book of advice to US soldiers being sent to the UK in 1942 for a Master Sergeant I know back in the US and some post cards to send to Kristi's younger brothers family. Anyway, I kept on tapping Al (the guy I forgot from the list of people above) on the shoulder and then when he turned around acting completely innocent. He didn't realise it was me doing this to him all day and it kept me amused.

We then headed off for a meal in the Union Jack Club, which is a place in the middle of London for military people. I've stayed there before on trips to London and if you can find accomodation cheaper in the city, you are proberly going to be robbed and murdered in it. Most of us had club sandwiches. and afterwards one of the guys said we could go up to the 23rd floor and and get a 360 view of the city, so we headed off to the lifts to go up. This is where things got a bit interesting. And by interesting I mean I got very p**sed off and angry at someone who should know better.

The lifts (elevators for my American readers) are quite small in this place and have a limit of 7 people. I'd gotten in and we were telling people from the group we were full, but three more people decided just to squeeze their way in. The doors of the lift closed and immediently the lift dropped about two feet from being overloaded before the safety brakes kicked in and locked the lift in place.
The door then sprang open. Our brave officer in the group immediently pushed his way from the back of the lift to the front, knocking the two guys who were trying to hold the lift doors open out of the way. He then selflessly put one hand on the head of a civilian and used her to push himself through the open door. The lift doors then closed stopping anyone else getting out.

For what ever reason, while I seem to have the usual fear of pain that most people have the thought of dying doesn't seem to worry me too much. I remember one night after being beaten up and stabbed by two guys, lying on the ground, looking up at the stars and thinking how nice the night sky was all the while half expecting a finishing stab to come at any second. I have other things I have minor fears of, but dying isn't one of them. Besides I was pretty confident that the safety features on the lift would stop us plunging down any further. Some of the girls were starting to panic, so I started taking pictures of the group and getting everyone to smile for the camera, and then since all of us had to do a speech on a subject related to the places we were visiting I got Lucy to start reading hers since she had a captive audience.

Anyway, eventually the doors were opened andf we got everyone out, although Lucy got a bit tearful and was convinced something Final Destinationish was going to happen to her. A lot of jokes were made at Dan's expense. Although everyone else was laughing it off, I actually felt quite angry at him. Maybe I am just over reacting. Afterall I am on medication that gives me uncontrollable moods. I am also having to read a book called The Chimp Paradox, and maybe my chimp was just taking over at that point. Anyway, after this Dan switched from hanging around with the juniors to just sticking with the more senior ranks, especially Pete.

Nah, I think I am right to be annoyed at him.

Anyway, we went off to the Imperial War Museum London (it has several sites). A pair of fifteen inch guns from when Battleships used to be a thing sit just outside with rounds for it places in a circle. Each of the shells was a bit bigger than me (I am 5'4"). Inside was filled with military memrobilla which I had a bit of a nerdgasm over, especially when I saw a German 88 flak gun (possibly the best weapon of the war, it was designed as an anti-aircraft gun, but when the Germans found they couldn't peneratrate the armour of British tanks in 1940, Rommel had them used in an anti armour role instead. They could also be used very effectively as heavy howitzers. Other stuff there included a Sherman, a T-34, the smallest boat used in the evacuation of Dunkirk (a row boat that someone rowed across the English channel and back multiple times), Field Marshal Montgomery's staff car and so on, but the 88 was the highlight for me. Poor Mark was wandering around with me and no doubt got very bored as I leapt from exhibit to exhibit telling him what everything was, who used it and when.

Sadly I only had about an hour an a half to spend in the museum before we were moving on. We headed off for drinks and then into Chinatown for a meal. I'd had a few beers by this point and my mind was telling me it wanted me to stay out drinking in London.

Yeah, the last time I did that I ended up in Spearmint Rhino's with a Danish guy who really wanted to go to a strip club as he'd never been to one before. Ended up spending £800 that night (I was single back then), although I drew the line when the incredibly attractive Brazillian stripper who had attached herself to me all night said for £500 she'd come home with me. Never actually paid for sex, although, Tanya did ask if I wanted to leave the RAF and become a male escort if she could be my pimp and take 10%.

Anyway, I got a bit fed up of Lucy complaining about sore feet and told her to stop acting like such a girl and offered to buy her a can of man up. Unfortunately she managed a good come back and said "Only if you can find a yellow pages to stand on so you can reach that shelf".

Day 3. We were going to Bletchley Park where the German codes were broken and the first electronic computers were built. This part was the least interesting part of the trip for me and I surprised myself by not really being able to get interested in the stories of code breaking. Maybe knowing what they did to Alan Turing soured me on this part?

Finally we headed off to Imperial War Museum Duxford which is a big aircraft museum. I got to go on board a Concorde, which was a childhood dream. Just a shame it wasn't flying. They had a Vulcan bomber which I thought was the roof of the building we were in until I saw the landing struts. Those things were massive. Didn't get to go round the whole place but did see Hanger 1 (British aircraft) 6 (American Aircraft) and Hanger 4 (Battle Of Britain aircraft. The highlights there for me were the Hurricane and Me109). Had to give my speech here, which was concentrated on what the RAF did during the Fall of France (not very well) and the evacuation of Dunkirk (actually we did pretty well here, although since we were conducting deep patrols into French territory the guys on the ground didn't know we were fighting out of their sight), then on to how we perform on modern operations.

I spent most of the time walking around on the three days with either Mark who I've known for about eight years, and Toni who I just had a really good laugh with.

I got woken up sometime in the early hours by someone knocking on my door and saying something. As it just woke me up I couldn't tell what they had said, or even heard enough of it to figure out if it was a male or female voice. In my sleepy confusion I started panicking "Oh crap, I hope thats not Toni". Has she mistaken us having a good time together for something else. I do not want to open the door and find her standing there in her underwear and then have to deal with that situation. The other option that then popped into my head that it could be a random drunk (frankly a much more likely situation), and I didn't want to deal with that either, so I just pulled my quilt back over me and went back to sleep.

Day 4. Travelling home. Although our flight wasn't until 14:00, the boss decided we had to be there by 10:00. Spent a lot of time waiting about Luton airport. Since just a few weeks ago I spent 11 hours in this damn airport. Out of all the airports I have ever been in Luton is the worst. It looks dirty and run down, doesn't have enough room or seats for the people going through it and is very over priced. But on the other hand it was bringing me home. I was really looking forward to getting home to cuddle Kristi by this point. Made a joke about Al when for the first time on the trip we saw him open his wallet. I said the last time that had happened, he was arrested for breaking and entering, but let off because it was his first offence. Al looked a bit unhappy about this and I got fined £1 on the basis that I had hid that I had a sense of humour the entire trip until that point. Somehow me, Toni and Lucy ended up discussing relationships. Lucy had mentioned several times that she was a strong, independant woman who didn't need no man in her life. She also complained a lot about not having no man in her life. I mentioned that I often gave advice to younger guys that if they found a woman who let them have a man cave like mine then she was a keeper and they should marry her. Lucy was amazed that Kristi let me have the master bedroom as my man cave and said she would never let any guy in her life have that kind of freedom. I couldn't help answering "And that's one of the reasons the divorce rate is so high, most people wouldn't." She also complained that by giving that advice I was making it impossible for a (strong independent woman who don't need no man in her life) to find a man.

I mentioned this conversation to Kristi in a text and she gave a very good reply. That a man with a man cave was much less likely to cheat, or want to go out to the pub every night and leave her home alone as he'd always want to stay home and spend time in his man cave. Hadn't ever thought of it that way, and not that I'd cheat or even want to go out drinking most nights.

Was chatting with Chris a bit. Turns out he is OIC of the theatre club on camp. I told him Kristi used to help run a comedy theatre back in SLC and she was looking out for ways to get back involved (although she rarely actually takes up any opportunities that come along to do so), so I got his contact details and shall figure out a way to gently push her into doing something with it. He then tried to get me involved. To be honest I've trodden the boards on two occasions. Once when some actors I knew were doing The Rocky Horror Picture Show, I stepped into the part of Riff Raff when the regular guy and his understudy both fell ill and since I knew the part very well I was able to do it for one night only. Unfortunately when it comes to singing... well lets just say I am more enthusiastic than talented. The other time was when I was 11 or 12 and I played to title role in Mr Nasty, to rave reviews.

As the plane was landing Toni made a joke about Al and he said he was impossible to make blush. I reminded him about the wallet joke and he blushed again.

It being EasyJet we were flying on, everything of course ran on time. Generally when I have to travel on them I find boarding starts around the time the aircraft is supposed to leave. This one was running even later than that. Even when we got on the plane we had to wait another 30 minutes before we got get some airspace to take off in. Since I was coming home to Bruce and Cato with their kids coming over at dinner guests, this meant they'd end up arriving before me. When we got to Aberdeen it ended up being another half hour before our baggage started coming through. Me and Toni and Lucy just stood together sharing some more jokes.

Had a pretty good time overall, and Lucy sounds much worse in this than she really was. Having lived in London for three years she was our guide around the underground and when she wasn't complaining about her feet, not having a man in her life or telling us why she was a strong, independant woman who didn't need no man in her life she was fun to be around.
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« Reply #800 on: September 13, 2017, 11:22:30 AM »

I haven' seen the new "IT" yet, but the new Pennywise looks way too much like a fanboy dressed up as The Joker.
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« Reply #801 on: September 13, 2017, 02:52:25 PM »

Wait...Alex, were you in 617 Squadron? The Dambusters? COOL!
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« Reply #802 on: September 13, 2017, 03:06:57 PM »

Wait...Alex, were you in 617 Squadron? The Dambusters? COOL!

Yeah, for my sins I spent a bit of time there. They had some of the bombs they'd dropped in a display (one of the bouncing bombs and a tall boy) as well as some bits and pieces from the raids on the dams themselves. I was on them before they disbanded and then reformed as a Lightning II sqn.
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« Reply #803 on: September 13, 2017, 03:12:54 PM »

Wait...Alex, were you in 617 Squadron? The Dambusters? COOL!

Yeah, for my sins I spent a bit of time there. They had some of the bombs they'd dropped in a display (one of the bouncing bombs and a tall boy) as well as some bits and pieces from the raids on the dams themselves.
Like I said...cool!
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« Reply #804 on: September 14, 2017, 05:44:43 PM »

Another school shooting in the news. My first thought was, "You reap what you sew", while the press is openly perplexed as they always are.
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« Reply #805 on: September 15, 2017, 06:47:53 PM »

RIP Harry Dean Stanton
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« Reply #806 on: September 16, 2017, 10:18:54 PM »

Sssooo, the people from Tennessee were chased out of Richmond by people from New York? Well, that's pretty embarrassing.
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« Reply #807 on: September 17, 2017, 10:23:46 AM »

Dagon was determined to cause trouble today. Kept having to chase him off the table. Turned around and saw him with one of Kristi's grapes in his mouth. The grape pretty much took up all the available space in his mouth and I am not convinced he would have survived trying to swallow it.

Anyway, with a baby on the way I am not letting him think he can eat off our table so he got into trouble for that. He ran off to his bedroom and crapped on the floor just beside his litter tray. Taking that as a big "FU", he ended up in more trouble. Decided to lock him in his bedroom for a few hours and ignored his yells and meows pleading to be let out, until I got annoyed enough with it to open the door, squirt him with a water pistol and then shut the door again. He stopped meowing after that.

The sky is very overcast today. Decided not to hang a washing outside, but then found the machine hadn't done its spin cycle and the clothes were soaking wet. Figured what the hell, if it rains the clothes can't get any wetter. Keeping the rabbits inside today though. Kristi got up, made up breakfast and then decided to go lie in bed and reading.

Writing some more D&D stuff. Some of the group might get to go to a ball. On the other hand there is a very good chance they are also going to find themselves on trial for multiple murders if they are not very careful (those two events are unrelated however). I've been designing their next set of long term foes. One of them, once I had finished I think I might have made too much of a challange, but then by the time they face him they will be a much higher level. Watching Critical Role while I write (currently on episode 66).

Noticed Dagon has started limping slightly on one of his back legs. Couldn't see or feel any indications of damage to it. He is currently sleeping on Kristi's computer chair (he prefers to sleep on my computer chair, then Kristi's and only if both of those are occupied will he go to the Comfy Armchair of Dooooooooom). He was looking so small cold, and pathetic, I just had to go get him a blanket to wrap him up in. Then I put the central heating on for him. Took out some pet insurance on him last night. Surprised me when Kristi hadn't heard of that. Given the medical system where she is from I'd have thought that would be a given.

Going to have a nice long soak in the bath. My toe feels like it does before I have a gout attack so being careful with it. Watched a movie Kristi wanted to see yesterday. A ghost story called "Wait Until Helen Comes." Apparantly the book had scared the hell out of her as a little girl. We found out there was a made for TV movie so watched it on Youtube.

Anyway, Kristi wants me to go over cleric spells with her so I'll be back later.
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« Reply #808 on: September 17, 2017, 10:43:16 AM »

Hey, Dark A, speaking of going to a ball, y'ever play a module from the 1980s called Castle Amber?
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« Reply #809 on: September 17, 2017, 11:40:46 AM »

Hey, Dark A, speaking of going to a ball, y'ever play a module from the 1980s called Castle Amber?

Not familair with that one. I didn't start playing D&D until the mid 2000's although I'd played other games before then.
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