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HMS Queen Elizabeth
« on: 25 May 2019, 17:05:46 »

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for anyone interested just coming into Portsmouth :y
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Re: HMS Queen Elizabeth
« Reply #1 on: 25 May 2019, 17:14:47 »

With a new skipper as well, as the old one let his Missus use the ships Galaxy for the school run!  ;D

You'd think that a Commodore of the Royal Navy who was Captain of the biggest ship the navy has ever had, could afford his own car for the school run.  ::)  :P

Maybe they found out that he voted Leave and was planning to vote for the Brexit Party!  ;D
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Re: HMS Queen Elizabeth
« Reply #2 on: 25 May 2019, 17:29:45 »

 :y :y

It's 30 years since I arrived at Pompey via the dock yard  :)
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Re: HMS Queen Elizabeth
« Reply #3 on: 25 May 2019, 17:56:27 »

:y :y

It's 30 years since I arrived at Pompey via the dock yard  :)
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Re: HMS Queen Elizabeth
« Reply #4 on: 25 May 2019, 18:12:17 »

:y :y

It's 30 years since I arrived at Pompey via the dock yard  :)

Looks like I'm soon to be working the other side of the harbour in Fareham.
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Re: HMS Queen Elizabeth
« Reply #5 on: 25 May 2019, 20:05:47 »

With a new skipper as well, as the old one let his Missus use the ships Galaxy for the school run!  ;D

You'd think that a Commodore of the Royal Navy who was Captain of the biggest ship the navy has ever had, could afford his own car for the school run.  ::)  :P

Maybe they found out that he voted Leave and was planning to vote for the Brexit Party!  ;D

For goodness sake, he is the Captain of our most expensive warship, in command of 700 odd men. If what is reported is correct, he paid for the fuel, and used it to go home or whatever. Look at what the politicos give themselves, secretaries, cleaners, free post, stationary, free travel, company cars/drivers etc. etc. just to f**k up Brexit.
These guys are prepared to put their lives on the line for all of us!!!
WTF.
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« Reply #6 on: 25 May 2019, 20:19:55 »

Apparently, it wasn't just the fact that he used his company car for unapproved trips, it was the fact that he ignored the countless warnings he was given. From what I can gather, he metaphorically stuck two fingers up at them.
Now.........a commander of a warship that refuses to follow orders......hmmmmm. What could go wrong?
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Re: HMS Queen Elizabeth
« Reply #7 on: 25 May 2019, 20:49:30 »

Apparently, it wasn't just the fact that he used his company car for unapproved trips, it was the fact that he ignored the countless warnings he was given. From what I can gather, he metaphorically stuck two fingers up at them.
Now.........a commander of a warship that refuses to follow orders......hmmmmm. What could go wrong?

Nelson did that and look where it got him :D ;)
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Re: HMS Queen Elizabeth
« Reply #8 on: 25 May 2019, 20:50:29 »

Apparently, it wasn't just the fact that he used his company car for unapproved trips, it was the fact that he ignored the countless warnings he was given. From what I can gather, he metaphorically stuck two fingers up at them.
Now.........a commander of a warship that refuses to follow orders......hmmmmm. What could go wrong?

Nelson did that and look where it got him :D ;)
Dead.
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Re: HMS Queen Elizabeth
« Reply #9 on: 25 May 2019, 20:51:52 »

Apparently, it wasn't just the fact that he used his company car for unapproved trips, it was the fact that he ignored the countless warnings he was given. From what I can gather, he metaphorically stuck two fingers up at them.
Now.........a commander of a warship that refuses to follow orders......hmmmmm. What could go wrong?

Nelson did that and look where it got him :D ;)
Dead.

Only after many victories, and then he gained immortality at Trafalgar.  A great way to go :D ;)
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Re: HMS Queen Elizabeth
« Reply #10 on: 25 May 2019, 20:56:41 »

Apparently, it wasn't just the fact that he used his company car for unapproved trips, it was the fact that he ignored the countless warnings he was given. From what I can gather, he metaphorically stuck two fingers up at them.
Now.........a commander of a warship that refuses to follow orders......hmmmmm. What could go wrong?

Nelson did that and look where it got him :D ;)
Dead.

Only after many victories, and then he ended up in a barrel of brandy at Trafalgar.  A great way to go :D ;)

FTFY Lizzie!  :)
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Re: HMS Queen Elizabeth
« Reply #11 on: 25 May 2019, 20:58:13 »

Apparently, it wasn't just the fact that he used his company car for unapproved trips, it was the fact that he ignored the countless warnings he was given. From what I can gather, he metaphorically stuck two fingers up at them.
Now.........a commander of a warship that refuses to follow orders......hmmmmm. What could go wrong?

Nelson did that and look where it got him :D ;)
Dead.

Only after many victories, and then he gained immortality at Trafalgar.  A great way to go :D ;)
He didn't have enough weaponry to destroy a continent though. Besides the point, anyway. If he'd have misused his horse and trap, he would have never even made it to Trafalgar.
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Re: HMS Queen Elizabeth
« Reply #12 on: 25 May 2019, 20:58:30 »

Apparently, it wasn't just the fact that he used his company car for unapproved trips, it was the fact that he ignored the countless warnings he was given. From what I can gather, he metaphorically stuck two fingers up at them.
Now.........a commander of a warship that refuses to follow orders......hmmmmm. What could go wrong?

Nelson did that and look where it got him :D ;)
Dead.

Only after many victories, and then he ended up in a barrel of brandy at Trafalgar.  A great way to go :D ;)


FTFY Lizzie!  :)


Well, yes if like brandy.....again, what a way to go! ;D ;D ;)
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Re: HMS Queen Elizabeth
« Reply #13 on: 25 May 2019, 22:45:36 »

:y :y

It's 30 years since I arrived at Pompey via the dock yard  :)

Looks like I'm soon to be working the other side of the harbour in Fareham.

I lived up the road in Rowner Gosport  :y (apparently they call it Alver village now  ;D)
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Re: HMS Queen Elizabeth
« Reply #14 on: 25 May 2019, 22:50:04 »

:y :y

It's 30 years since I arrived at Pompey via the dock yard  :)

Looks like I'm soon to be working the other side of the harbour in Fareham.


I lived up the road in Rowner Gosport  :y (apparently they call it Alver village now  ;D)
I lived in Rowner as well St Nicholas Ave :y
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