Sunday, July 21, 2013

7/22/2013 Station Identification and Notice Board


                    YOUR PORTAL TO THE MARITIME WORLD    

                                            MONDAY  JULY 22, 2013

                     Christian Radich | Christian Radich Sail Training Foundation
The Christian Radich is a Norwegian full rigged sailing ship. The steel-hulled , three-masted ship carries a total of about 1360 square meters of sail. She is based in Oslo, Norway and has a crew of 18, and capable of carrying 88 passengers. Photo: Public Domain

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Start the Day Right With The National Anthem: 

MONDAY JULY 21, 2013   



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BACK THE BOT! RESISTANCE IS FUTILE.We'll just keep reminding you until you do.  CLICK ON THE LINK BELOW TO DONATE.    Only a few days left and way short of goal. Lets go AAB fans , lets back the bot!



 Really we gotta talk. This is the last ditch final few days. Are you two leg folk going to make or break the Bot?  We've already explained how the CoralBot once fully developed will revolutionize how we restore coral reefs after physical damage and all of the other potential cost effective uses we will have for it in the realm of seafloor maintenance, repair, and research. It can also save biped lives diving is dangerous for bipeds and the bot reduces the need for divers without damaging commercial diver employment because much of the coral reef replenishment activity around the world is done by volunteer amateur divers. The bot is the only hope for repair of deep water corals. Its uses in the freezing waters of the Arctic and antarctic are innumerable. The bot may not be a force of nature but it is a force FOR nature. We explained everything tha th bot can do including improving your sex appeal; ( you bipeds have not fully funded the latest appeal for developmental funds. Who do you think is going to clean up your mess down here, us catfish and a few assorted crabs, generally we can't touch the stuff its toxic. No its either going to be biped divers or the bot and generally the biped divers shouldn't touch your toxic thrown overboard items either. But here we are entering the final week of the current funding drive and we are only about a little over a third of the way to the goal. Its time for the rich bipeds to dig really deep like a $1,000 worth and back the bot. Lesser endowed bipeds need to to the catfish thing and go deep for a solid $25 and some effort. Lets get on our Google +. Facebook pages, Twitter and other social media and urge friends, circles, followers, family to BACK THE BOT like the planet's life depends on it! Remember I'm Namazu, the Earth shaker and I'm going to be one very unhappy giant catfish  the size of Japan if the bot sinks! Reach for those wallets, tweak, twitter, circle, and get on the phones don't let this week pass with an underfunded bot!



Namazu, Japanese Giant Catfish and Former Demigod, Now an Analyst for AAB

NMAZU's Novenber 7, 2012 Famous Address: "NAMAZU FULLY LOADED PARTS 1 & 2 " the contents of which are now being used on the nightly network news and corporate projections. Learn the near term future of America if you haven't read it before.
 The above link takes you to Part 1, Part 2 is just down the scroll. If the scroll appears to have stopped click on "Older Posts" at the bottom right hand corner of the post and part 2 will pop into view
We are constructing a Namazu archive at:                                                 
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NOTICE BOARD:  In today's blog space (1) Visit our Maritime On Line Shopping Mall construction site, stores are partially stocked and open for business (2) Update on the new Panama Canal Construction

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