We Hate So Fast. And We Love Too Slow.
My main man date Rup, is now just over halfway through his “I’m going to ride a motorbike from Melbourne to Darwin” mission. also known as a sweet way to spend March. Not too surprisingly his hope to update his blog has been a (so far) massive fail. But he has been twittering when The Tubes are in sight, and yesterday got his Uluru on. Rad.
He’s also on Google Latitue which is awesome to watch as he putters around, or at least it was till he left mankind and entered into the out the back where he now tends to jump from inhabited place to inhabited place. He randomly also appeared to jump from Adelaide to Coober Pedy by way of Perth (~2,200KM away). which was a bit random. (Also, dear GOD. Google latitude? That’s some serious madness right there. (right thar))
Did anyone think this was a bit odd?
The US ship sprayed one Chinese vessel with water from fire hoses to try to force it away, the Pentagon said. But the Chinese crew stripped to their underwear and carried on approaching to within 25ft (8m), it added.
It’s from this “incident” where some Chinese vessels (allegedly) bullied a USNS ship. And it leads me to ask… They sprayed them with a fire hose? That’s what they got? A hose? (No Dave). Ladies and gentlemen of this supposed jury, we are then shown an alleged photo of this alleged incident, and we see that the other boats weren’t exactly Super Star Destroyers. They look like, I don’t know what they look like. A cross between a junk and a fishing thingy? Not sure what’s going on there, but I do suspect that USS Chung-Hoon (DDG-93) an Arleigh Burke-class Aegis destroyer could drop them. Like they were hot.
Cape Town I think we got a problem.
PS. WOW Safety Dance.