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Hey folks,

Shameless plug but my clan and a few of our friends of the clan are doing a competition this fine xmas/NY...

I'm not offering everyone an entry but I have done a YT vid with some of the entries so far... So if you're up for it, have a watch... (And I'd at least watch the Shima entry mid-late...)

Enjoy!

 

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huh, everyone can join?

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44 minutes ago, drakon233 said:

huh, everyone can join?

Nope, soz...

Just thought folks might find some of the clips entertaining...

There's a ship orgy a shima gets some torps into in the first one and a Kaga fail dropping and killing an Izumo in the second (amongst others)

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Third and final vid

 

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I like the part where you explain about why you are using the term "Canary".

While I've head the term used... a lot (used to work as a shedhand in a shearing shed in rural Vic before I got a comfy office job), I didn't realise the full meanings behind it, but this now explains why shearers love the word so much.

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10 hours ago, Grygus_Triss said:

I like the part where you explain about why you are using the term "Canary".

While I've head the term used... a lot (used to work as a shedhand in a shearing shed in rural Vic before I got a comfy office job), I didn't realise the full meanings behind it, but this now explains why shearers love the word so much.

In certain areas of where I work, it's used to a point where it's more common than the, a, it, is, etc.

Thanks, glad it wasn't just white noise to most folks.

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