Good work, Paul, as usual. And I add my voice to the "Welcome Aboard" choir for my good friend the distinguished Mr. Jones, soon to be known as Medium Sub Guy. Ahem, isn't there a t-shirt you're also supposed to be working on, bub?
And hey, call me a dope (many have, so I'm used to it), but going for accuracy is no waste of time in my Patrol Orders. (No disrespect intended, Mr. Lambing; honest.) My Harder will be as accurate as I have the skills and patience to make her because: A) I really don't run all that often; B) my car is happily tailor-made for safe boat transport; and most important, C) I intend to be very, very careful with her in the field! Of course, accidents can and will happen, but I don't want to be gazing at my beauty on the shelf (where she'll be docked most of her life) and saying, gee, I wish I'd added this and done that. Besides, what would Sam Dealey say? (When he wasn't clobbering destroyers, that is.)
And by the way, Kisler, since you're mess stewarding, like Yeo I take my coffee blond and sweet.
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Sure writing is easy: just sit staring at a blank page until the drops of blood start forming on your forehead.