Proper job-toilet sinks sub

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Proper job-toilet sinks sub

Postby JK » Wed Jun 08, 2016 3:43 am

" Image the stigma of this for the rest of your career, the failed shitehouse engineer! ) Problems in the small working compartment.
Loads of folks have lost submarines over here as a result of valves installed incorrectly.
Human error again!
Under Proper Job ... oilet.html

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Re: Proper job-toilet sinks sub

Postby The Dieselduck » Thu Jun 09, 2016 8:36 am

I got a faceful of black water this morning, so I can related to a very minimal degree.
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Re: Proper job-toilet sinks sub

Postby Merlyn » Thu Jun 09, 2016 11:11 am

I don't think apon reflection that would emit you to this particulate club.
Bit, how can I put it, a bit weak perhaps?
This was a blowback with a difference, a really " now I'm really in the sh one t club " in more ways than one.
Now you know what was behind that sight glass depicted in my " Proper Job " write up.
" Secrets of the site glass / confessions of a sight glass."
Just to reassure you there was no one behind the sight glass when the wreck was discovered some 70 years later.
So no constipation jobby back there then.
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