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|First text||on May 3rd 2000, 22:40:03 wrote
Groggy groove about submarine
|Latest text||on Mar 26th 2008, 22:55:25 wrote
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submarineRating: 4 point(s) | Read and rate text individually
The Atlantis XIV, which operates off Waikiki Beach, Hawaii, accommodates 64 passengers, spans more than 100 feet and is the world's largest passenger submarine. Hurd launched his first battery-powered, non-polluting Atlantis Submarine in December 1985 off the coast of the Cayman Islands. The high-tech nature of the vessel, the air-conditioned, pressure-controlled cabin, and the underwater beauty of the reef made the attraction an instant hit.
submarineRating: 3 point(s) | Read and rate text individually
How do you sink a swedish submarine?
Knock on the door!
How do you sink the same swedish submarine a second time?
Knock on the door again. The captain will open the door and tell you, that this trick doesn´t work anymore.
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Frank Leigh Dearie heard a seriously good musician talking on the radio some years back. His Picadilly lover was in the room too. Mr. Piccadilly recorded the incident in his diary thus:
Said musician was talking about watching both Count Basie and Duke
Ellington with their bands. He said that he'd seen Basie wave his arms wide
at the end of a number and heard the band hit an amazing, unbelievably
complex chord in response; he'd been astounded at the _clarity_ of it he
could tell exactly what note each and every single member of the (big) band
was playing. This was impressive shit as you may imagine.
Then he saw Ellington. The Duke flicked his little fingers at the band. And
our musician heard a glorious, unique sound and this was a chord he could
not begin to disentangle; he had no idea who was playing what (let alone why) but the effect was simply transendence."
Frank objected to the spelling error, but he thought everything else was just fine.
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