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I found a log book from a US Navy Submarine in a used bookstore

 
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I found a log book from a US Navy Submarine in a used bookstore
In this handwritten book was a list of gravimeter readings from all over various oceans

[link to en.wikipedia.org (secure)]

I didn't purchase the book but I spent a long time trying to figure out why this book existed
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Re: I found a log book from a US Navy Submarine in a used bookstore
Look for weird stuff in used bookstores

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Re: I found a log book from a US Navy Submarine in a used bookstore
If it were the bridge log from the Naval vessel I served aboard you would have read my entry.

One day I arrived on the bridge to 'take the conn' and was rather late for my watch and duty station.

In hopefulness I asked the Captain if perchance the log entry could read that I assumed the watch 'on time'.

The Captain replied angrily: "In this log book we only write the truth!!"

The next day upon again 'assuming the conn' I made my first entry in the official US Naval Ship's log: "Assumed the conn at 18:00 hours; today the Captain was sober when I relieved him."

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Re: I found a log book from a US Navy Submarine in a used bookstore
If it were the bridge log from the Naval vessel I served aboard you would have read my entry.

One day I arrived on the bridge to 'take the conn' and was rather late for my watch and duty station.

In hopefulness I asked the Captain if perchance the log entry could read that I assumed the watch 'on time'.

The Captain replied angrily: "In this log book we only write the truth!!"

The next day upon again 'assuming the conn' I made my first entry in the official US Naval Ship's log: "Assumed the conn at 18:00 hours; today the Captain was sober when I relieved him."
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COOL STORY, BRO!
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Re: I found a log book from a US Navy Submarine in a used bookstore
If it were the bridge log from the Naval vessel I served aboard you would have read my entry.

One day I arrived on the bridge to 'take the conn' and was rather late for my watch and duty station.

In hopefulness I asked the Captain if perchance the log entry could read that I assumed the watch 'on time'.

The Captain replied angrily: "In this log book we only write the truth!!"

The next day upon again 'assuming the conn' I made my first entry in the official US Naval Ship's log: "Assumed the conn at 18:00 hours; today the Captain was sober when I relieved him."
 Quoting: Louis in Richmond


COOL STORY, BRO!
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cheers
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I'm not always popular because I write the truth.
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Re: I found a log book from a US Navy Submarine in a used bookstore
If it were the bridge log from the Naval vessel I served aboard you would have read my entry.

One day I arrived on the bridge to 'take the conn' and was rather late for my watch and duty station.

In hopefulness I asked the Captain if perchance the log entry could read that I assumed the watch 'on time'.

The Captain replied angrily: "In this log book we only write the truth!!"

The next day upon again 'assuming the conn' I made my first entry in the official US Naval Ship's log: "Assumed the conn at 18:00 hours; today the Captain was sober when I relieved him."
 Quoting: Louis in Richmond


COOL STORY, BRO!
 Quoting: Derpa Derp 28385893


Yeah it was
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Re: I found a log book from a US Navy Submarine in a used bookstore
If it were the bridge log from the Naval vessel I served aboard you would have read my entry.

One day I arrived on the bridge to 'take the conn' and was rather late for my watch and duty station.

In hopefulness I asked the Captain if perchance the log entry could read that I assumed the watch 'on time'.

The Captain replied angrily: "In this log book we only write the truth!!"

The next day upon again 'assuming the conn' I made my first entry in the official US Naval Ship's log: "Assumed the conn at 18:00 hours; today the Captain was sober when I relieved him."
 Quoting: Louis in Richmond


So that means the day before he was drunk and disgusting right?

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Re: I found a log book from a US Navy Submarine in a used bookstore
If it were the bridge log from the Naval vessel I served aboard you would have read my entry.

One day I arrived on the bridge to 'take the conn' and was rather late for my watch and duty station.

In hopefulness I asked the Captain if perchance the log entry could read that I assumed the watch 'on time'.

The Captain replied angrily: "In this log book we only write the truth!!"

The next day upon again 'assuming the conn' I made my first entry in the official US Naval Ship's log: "Assumed the conn at 18:00 hours; today the Captain was sober when I relieved him."
 Quoting: Louis in Richmond


So that means the day before he was drunk and disgusting right?

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Put him in a long boat till he's sober.
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Re: I found a log book from a US Navy Submarine in a used bookstore
If it were the bridge log from the Naval vessel I served aboard you would have read my entry.

One day I arrived on the bridge to 'take the conn' and was rather late for my watch and duty station.

In hopefulness I asked the Captain if perchance the log entry could read that I assumed the watch 'on time'.

The Captain replied angrily: "In this log book we only write the truth!!"

The next day upon again 'assuming the conn' I made my first entry in the official US Naval Ship's log: "Assumed the conn at 18:00 hours; today the Captain was sober when I relieved him."
 Quoting: Louis in Richmond


So that means the day before he was drunk and disgusting right?

drunkyak
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I did exactly as he directed--wrote only the truth in the log.

He apparently did not realize that via that single truthful entry his status and competency could be called into question.
I never post as an AC.

There are things we were never meant to control because as humans it is in our nature to abuse power.

I'm not always popular because I write the truth.
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Re: I found a log book from a US Navy Submarine in a used bookstore
In this handwritten book was a list of gravimeter readings from all over various oceans

[link to en.wikipedia.org (secure)]

I didn't purchase the book but I spent a long time trying to figure out why this book existed
 Quoting: Anonymous Coward 76518683


You are an idiot for not purchasing it and scanning it.





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