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Timco  [Team Member]
8/19/2013 2:04:33 AM

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kitwulfen  [Team Member]
8/19/2013 2:06:09 AM
[quote]Originally Posted By Timco:


Oral Sea? Anything you want to tell us about your time at sea?

ETA: After consulting google, it appears that I am not part of this particular cool kids club.
Archtaan  [Dealer]
8/19/2013 2:06:32 AM
This is Spinal Tap.
Timco  [Team Member]
8/19/2013 2:09:10 AM
[quote]Originally Posted By Archtaan:
This is Spinal Tap.[/quote]
This is correct.
LowBeta  [Team Member]
8/19/2013 2:13:42 AM
That's prejudicial against good military order underway.
slama682  [Team Member]
8/19/2013 2:52:02 AM
[quote]Originally Posted By Archtaan:
This is Spinal Tap.[/quote]
They established themselves as one of Britain's loudest bands.
GSL  [Team Member]
8/19/2013 3:10:37 AM
Christ, my head is on fire trying to decipher that OP.
Tomislav  [Team Member]
8/19/2013 3:11:44 AM
wwace  [Team Member]
8/19/2013 4:14:45 AM
[quote]Originally Posted By GSL:
Christ, my head is on fire trying to decipher that OP.[/quote]I lack the ability also
Dumpster_Baby  [Team Member]
8/19/2013 4:20:42 AM
Willmar  [Team Member]
8/19/2013 7:18:01 AM
I never paid close enough attention to notice Marty's cap.
Timco  [Team Member]
8/19/2013 8:57:06 AM
USS Ooral Sea: Navy ship insignia on Marty DiBergi's baseball cap during filming of "This is Spinal Tap." DiBergi wanted to wear a hat that read "USS Coral Sea" but was told he would have to get permission from the Navy. To avoid this, producer Karen Murphy altered the lettering so that the blue cap read: "USS Ooral Sea, OV-48." Nigel: "I remember him walking in with that hat and thinking he was in the Navy." (DV)
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