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submarines: " You are now listening to a three-hour-old chick giving its opinion of things in general." yesterdaysprint: mjsloveslave: yesterdaysprint: Good Morning by the Daily Mirror, England, April 4, 1944 England was at WAR and managed to do this? Really?  Good Morning was actually a paper made by the Daily Mirror just for the men serving on submarines! They were made ahead of time by the Mirror staff and bundled up and numbered for each day, and then the four page paper would be given to the men serving on the submarines every evening.  They had human interest stories, comics, puzzles. Happy stuff. Sometimes the journalists would go visit servicemen’s families and get a picture of their wives and kids or parents or pets, and that’d go in the paper too. Then each day there was usually, among other pictures on the back page, an attractive lady and also a funny animal picture. Here’s a good article about it: The sailors sat tensely waiting to die.  Their boat had been blasted by a depth charge, lost all power and sunk to the ocean floor. Knowing they probably had little time left, the men asked if they might read all the as-yet unseen copies of the daily submariners’ paper currently locked in the safe.  The chief petty officers agreed – how could they not? – and ripped open package after package of editions of ‘Good Morning’, which the ship’s company were soon devouring in the gloom.  Suddenly power was restored, the sailors were saved and the boat surfaced, albeit with her messes spilling over with tabloid newsprint. Amongst the Royal Navy submariners, the paper’s importance cannot be overplayed. “The effect on crew morale was significant,” said Royal Navy Submarine Museum archivist George Malcolmson, who has a complete bound set of every edition that rolled off the presses.“The Daily Mirror stepped in just when the service needed it most.
submarines: " You are now listening to a three-hour-old chick
 giving its opinion of things in general."
yesterdaysprint:
mjsloveslave:

yesterdaysprint:
Good Morning by the Daily Mirror, England, April 4, 1944
England was at WAR and managed to do this? Really? 

Good Morning was actually a paper made by the Daily Mirror just for the men serving on submarines! They were made ahead of time by the Mirror staff and bundled up and numbered for each day, and then the four page paper would be given to the men serving on the submarines every evening. 
They had human interest stories, comics, puzzles. Happy stuff. Sometimes the journalists would go visit servicemen’s families and get a picture of their wives and kids or parents or pets, and that’d go in the paper too. Then each day there was usually, among other pictures on the back page, an attractive lady and also a funny animal picture.
Here’s a good article about it:


The sailors sat tensely waiting to die. 
Their boat had been blasted by a depth charge, lost all power and sunk to the ocean floor. Knowing they probably had little time left, the men asked if they might read all the as-yet unseen copies of the daily submariners’ paper currently locked in the safe. 
The chief petty officers agreed – how could they not? – and ripped open package after package of editions of ‘Good Morning’, which the ship’s company were soon devouring in the gloom. 
Suddenly power was restored, the sailors were saved and the boat surfaced, albeit with her messes spilling over with tabloid newsprint.


Amongst the Royal Navy submariners, the paper’s importance cannot be overplayed. “The effect on crew morale was significant,” said Royal Navy Submarine Museum archivist George Malcolmson, who has a complete bound set of every edition that rolled off the presses.“The Daily Mirror stepped in just when the service needed it most.

yesterdaysprint: mjsloveslave: yesterdaysprint: Good Morning by the Daily Mirror, England, April 4, 1944 England was at WAR and managed...

submarines: apup-deactivated20171002 kPinkNews News mins Edited It broadcasts "This way if you are gay" in Morse code Swedish peacekeepers using 'gay sailor' to repel Russian submarines A peace group are using a neon sign of a dancing sailor to keep Russian submarines out of Swedish waters. PINKNEWS.CO.UK fantasticworldofflanneldoodle Is this what war is now? odinsnotwearingmakeup We finally weaponized gay chicken frosty-the-snowdern I told y'all about the time at Adeevka, right? sleepycleric Tell us a story, Frosty! frosty-the-snowder I was at Adeevka where the Ukrainians are trying to take a strategically-located overpass from the Separs (I was there as a peaceful tourist who never even touched a firearm, of course) and the positions there are about 400 or so meters away from each other, so if you scream loud enough the fucks on the other side can actually hear you Up to this point, I'd observed a guy dropping his phone like it was going to bite him when I told him the Bruno Mars song he was playing was gay, and could reliably make people leave the room by asking them "would you rather sit on a chocolate cake and suck a dick, or eat a chocolate cake while getting fucked in the ass", so it's at this point in the trenches that a flash of inspiration hits me In my best Russian (which was utterly broken but "proper" Russian grammar is barbaric caveman-speak anyway) I scream out "next guy that shoots is gay". And I swear to whatever god exists that two solid minutes of silence followed. It was some guns-fall-silent Christmas miracle shit Swedens ultimate weapon.
submarines: apup-deactivated20171002
 kPinkNews
 News
 mins Edited
 It broadcasts "This way if you are gay" in Morse code
 Swedish peacekeepers using 'gay sailor' to repel Russian
 submarines
 A peace group are using a neon sign of a dancing sailor to keep Russian
 submarines out of Swedish waters.
 PINKNEWS.CO.UK
 fantasticworldofflanneldoodle
 Is this what war is now?
 odinsnotwearingmakeup
 We finally weaponized gay chicken
 frosty-the-snowdern
 I told y'all about the time at Adeevka, right?
 sleepycleric
 Tell us a story, Frosty!
 frosty-the-snowder
 I was at Adeevka where the Ukrainians are trying to
 take a strategically-located overpass from the Separs
 (I was there as a peaceful tourist who never even
 touched a firearm, of course) and the positions there
 are about 400 or so meters away from each other,
 so if you scream loud enough the fucks on the other
 side can actually hear you
 Up to this point, I'd observed a guy dropping his
 phone like it was going to bite him when I told him the
 Bruno Mars song he was playing was gay, and could
 reliably make people leave the room by asking them
 "would you rather sit on a chocolate cake and suck
 a dick, or eat a chocolate cake while getting fucked
 in the ass", so it's at this point in the trenches that a
 flash of inspiration hits me
 In my best Russian (which was utterly broken
 but "proper" Russian grammar is barbaric
 caveman-speak anyway) I scream out "next guy that
 shoots is gay". And I swear to whatever god exists
 that two solid minutes of silence followed. It was
 some guns-fall-silent Christmas miracle shit
Swedens ultimate weapon.

Swedens ultimate weapon.

submarines: fuck theyre good The Chinese missile frigate Yulin fires an ant-surface gun battery last month during exercces with Singacone's ay in the South China Sea Some analysts fear China is elevating its presence in the ses so it can concesl its submarines ASIA China may be using sea to hide its submarines rt th d to nual n and certainly th not to furth nuclear-powered, It also that developed by the Uited States was easy a er militarize outposts i the South China Sea.owered submarínes ca n has at least thrce nocleat. United States and Russia. tracking their subenarines Its submarine program is is the open ocess The South China Sca-pable of launching ballisamajor part of that posh.So the Soviets created tw bounded by Vietnam, tic missiles and is plan- Since sobmarines can beavily mined and forted China, Taiwan, Japan, the ning to add five more, often avoid detection,fed zones for their subs to Philippines and Malaysía according to a Pentagon they are less vuinerable to operate as close to the ty d is one of the world's most report released last year. a firet-strike attack than United States as possible. t f important shipping lanes. In an April media briet- land-based intercontinen One was in the Wite Seaa China asserts it holds ing in Washington, a top tal balistic missiles or of northwest Rosia and S U.S. Navy official said the nuclear bombers. the other was in the Sea o Okhotsk, north of Japan aritime riehts to 80 China's J12 submarine <p>No one will ever know&hellip; via /r/memes <a href="https://ift.tt/2K0l59L">https://ift.tt/2K0l59L</a></p>
submarines: fuck theyre good
 The Chinese missile frigate Yulin fires an ant-surface gun battery last month during exercces with Singacone's ay
 in the South China Sea Some analysts fear China is elevating its presence in the ses so it can concesl its submarines
 ASIA
 China may be using sea
 to hide its submarines
 rt
 th
 d to
 nual
 n and certainly
 th
 not to furth nuclear-powered, It also that developed by the Uited States was easy a
 er militarize outposts i
 the South China Sea.owered submarínes ca
 n has at least thrce nocleat. United States and Russia. tracking their subenarines
 Its
 submarine program is is the open ocess
 The South China Sca-pable of launching ballisamajor part of that posh.So the Soviets created tw
 bounded by Vietnam, tic missiles and is plan- Since sobmarines can beavily mined and forted
 China, Taiwan, Japan, the ning to add five more, often avoid detection,fed zones for their subs to
 Philippines and Malaysía according to a Pentagon they are less vuinerable to operate as close to the ty
 d is one of the world's most report released last year. a firet-strike attack than United States as possible. t
 f important shipping lanes. In an April media briet- land-based intercontinen One was in the Wite Seaa
 China asserts it holds ing in Washington, a top tal balistic missiles or of northwest Rosia and S
 U.S. Navy official said the nuclear bombers.
 the other was in the Sea o
 Okhotsk, north of Japan
 aritime riehts to 80
 China's J12 submarine
<p>No one will ever know&hellip; via /r/memes <a href="https://ift.tt/2K0l59L">https://ift.tt/2K0l59L</a></p>

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