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2011 MS150 ride
- How did Hewlett-Packard (HP) die so quickly?
- Hot ride on Fall Creek loop
- 6 Reasons The Guy Who’s Fixing Your Computer Hates You | Cracked.com
- Wal-mart as the new head of state
- We took ye for granted, and are sorry for it
- High Court Upholds Arizona Law Penalizing Employers Over Illegal Immigrant Workers
- Advice for fathers about their sons and their mothers
- The fog of disclosure: Why we must see the visuals, but never will
- Environmental nuts: Here’s How to “Be Green”
- Just another ride … with 13,000 friends
- The BP MS 150 is coming . . . SOON!
- Never let a good crisis go to waste
- Catch me if you can
- P.J. O’Rourke on the Scourge of Bike Lanes – WSJ.com
- A most excellent adventure in the wildflowers
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Tag Archives: Kitty Hawk
Occasionally we had civilians (usually dignitaries) get a ride in a jet off of the Kitty Hawk. The story in the snippet below was a frequent description upon their return. Click the link and read the whole thing. It’s a … Continue reading
We do need to talk about black balls — don’t worry guys, not that kind! This is a “sea story” and like sea shanties, such stories are often full of fantasy … but this one is true. The setting is … Continue reading
Seas were running 70 feet and even in the dark of night we could see glimmers of light as the typhoon whipped spray from the tops of wave crests and they were bathed in the occasional moonlight that escaped the … Continue reading
It was a fairly routine day, as if there is anything remotely resembling routine on an aircraft carrier. The ‘Hawk, U.S.S. Kitty Hawk, was at the time the No. 1 attack carrier in Uncle Sam’s canoe club. It was 23 … Continue reading