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wikipedia

has a detailed breakdown of the various circuits and their positions in relation to the interior/exterior of the ship

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i think "boat" is pretty much

a traditional slang term...although submariners call their subs boats. the PA system is called "1MC"...and i have never figured out why, though i know the designations are broken down for different areas of the ship...1MC being shipwide. but now i've gotten away from the use of this forum.....rest in peace leonard "soupy sales" hines. i'll miss you and yer pies

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yeah

yeah, was what i was talking about. apparently, he did 'entertaining' over the PA on the boat.
or did they call them 'ships' back then?
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peace.

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looks like wwII

though that's all i have been able to find out.

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i was looking at his bio

and didn't see any service time listed.

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johnman

you know he served in the navy?

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maaaaan, another icon gone

soupy sales, dead at 83

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so sorry to hear this Nancy

and feel free to tell us about him in Your Faithful Friends...

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My best friend for 10 years

My best friend, little brother that made me happy for 10 full years had to depart us. He was a Japanese Spitz. I will never ever forget you and may you rest in peace, Tim!
Love you always!

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Strangely, the story doesn't mention his involvement with NRBQ

and there's nothing on the NRBQ site about it yet

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