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March 30, 2012

WE ARE CONFIDENT THAT WHOEVER WAS DRIVING IT POSSESSED A VALID FLORIDA LICENSE

Drivers surprised by submarine beside I-20

(Thanks to Joe in Japan)

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"on it's way to the Battle of Shiloh recreaton.."

I suppose this time the South will win?

And people say men need hobbies....Har!

He should have taken a left at Albuquerque.

We used to go to the "submarine races" when I was a youngster.

A sub at Shiloh? Global warming is worse than we thought.

"Torpedo los, y'all!"

It sunk 3 times with all aboard. I can't imagine how todays GO NAVY marketers would spin this to get recruits.

GO NAVY! Our sub's stay down and take care of business?

"U-Boat sinks ..." ... well, they don't leave much room to continue that slogan, do they?

This sort of success rate was pretty common with the early subs. A Brit version, several decades later on, got "stuck in the mud."

What's Civil War era speak for "Hey y'all, hold my beer and watch this!"?

"... the trailer, which lost two wheels near the intersection of I-20 and I-285." Blame the Union Navy.

AND YET ANOTHER SPAMMINATOR!!!

(Not y'all, Ralph ...)

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