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613 clicks; posted to Main » on 07 Dec 2000 at 12:23 PM (19 years ago)   |   Favorite    |   share:  Share on Twitter share via Email Share on Facebook



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2000-12-07 2:03:46 PM  
Technically speaking it''s a Diesel powered sub that could carry nuclear devices. And most of the site reads like a poor sob story. But hey!! What would Canadians want with a ex-Soviet nuclear missle carrying submarine? Maybe to attack the US? More subversive Canadian actions...
 
2000-12-07 4:46:59 PM  
We should make a pre-emptive strike on Canada before they can attack
 
2000-12-07 5:27:12 PM  
I consider most American sit-coms to be a pre-emptive strike. Wait till Canada strikes back by filling your theatres with slow depressing movies about death and perversion.
 
2000-12-07 11:00:33 PM  
What''s long and hard and full of seamen? Why this thing....
of course, the sub.
 
2000-12-07 11:04:02 PM  
Oh, Hi Melba, how''s Canada?, and how''s the womens'' studies going? I eat your Canadian (style) bacon once in a while...and wash it down with Canada Dry. LOL
 
2000-12-08 9:16:31 AM  
This is a repeat I think, from way back. (several months at least) Tis a good deal, a Juliet-class sub may be noisy underwater, but its decked out as a restaurant. cool. If I was in the Navy, I might consider buying it. :P But Im not.
 
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