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DICK SLOAN



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· Date: Fri, 28 December 07 · Views: 557
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portholepaul

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Registered: April 2004
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Fri, 28 December 07 23:46

this must be Steerage class muck take it away .
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EMMESSTEE
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Location: Hobart, Tasmania.
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Sat, 29 December 07 03:15

Heat this up in the microwave please!

Dick - the photo (before addition of the "platter"!) is very familiar but just can't lay my hands on the original, which book?
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John Cassels
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Registered: September 2005
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Sat, 29 December 07 04:44

Eagle book of ships - 1958.

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JC ; same initials-but the other guy did the miracles.
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John Briggs

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Registered: February 2006
Location: Sydney Australia
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Sat, 29 December 07 05:06

Yeah, specially made up for the mate. He says it will grow hair and then his cap will fit!

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DICK SLOAN

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Sat, 29 December 07 06:27

Mike (EMMESSTEE) The book is The modern world Book of ships late 50s early 60s.

Hoy Steward' wheres my pickle?
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quietman

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Registered: November 2006
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Sat, 29 December 07 06:57

I said what do we get full speed ahead not 5 a head.

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EMMESSTEE
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Sat, 29 December 07 07:38

Thanks Dick - that's not one of my books .... the picture is so familiar but have been unable to find it anywhere in my books! I'm sure that the officer in the foreground is a pilot - Thames, North Sea, Trinity House .... somewhere in the UK anyway?
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bluesjunior

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Sat, 29 December 07 08:00

If the First class passengers really knew what was in the sausages, and where they came from.!!!.
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tunatownshipwreck

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Registered: November 2005
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Sat, 29 December 07 13:18

Sticky buns? The whole *#@#*# plate's sticky!

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Philthechill
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Sat, 29 December 07 13:41

You can have it back when you return the three rings you've nicked from my left sleeve!!!!
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DICK SLOAN

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Sat, 29 December 07 13:51

''I said Pilot'' Not pileiton!!
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raybnz
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Registered: September 2005
Location: Hamilton nz
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Sat, 29 December 07 13:54

Gees didn't the deck department eat well. And he has the cheek to ring down another movement when we engineers are having our bread buns and cheese.
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Dick S
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Registered: February 2007
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Sat, 29 December 07 16:03

A good old favourite - Captain the stewards just brought up your, serves him right for eating it!
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loosehead

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Sat, 29 December 07 21:43

This is the hat I wear to the Derby
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Sun, 30 December 07 04:42

i'll show you mine if you show me yours
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