Archive for June 19, 2012

fearfax or rinedigi, Lord Chwissie…what do yooo think? asked Gina.

Gina, dear, dear Gina…how the devil are you? Smeashing to hear from you, all the way down there in Auwsstraylia. Super doops!

Well, Lord Chwissie….fearfax or rinedigi?

I, I, I, I wather like fearfax. Look, they’re both inspired, on message. Ehhumphh…the former wolls off one’s tongue and has a wather clever bwand pwoposition…ya know, my gal, keep the trogledites in line, what? What? Hahahh…

Lord Chwissie wissie…yooo are just my soooper doops pair of eyes and ears in Blighty…you’re kinda like an extention of my bwain!

Heavens, heavens…tell me my dear, dear Gina. Tell me…is it weally twue about Harridan and flegship editorship opps?

Ben’s packing his bags as we speak. He’s a fowern editor of such, such, such…

Mowal couwage? 

Yes, thet’s the expression I was searching for…that and of wepute! My hirsute, sandled Ben!!!

And Norb Fones and Flinty are getting a pwoper look in too…look in too with your new toys? Ahumphh, dear Gina?

Oh yesss, yesss….it’s all mine. All of it…It’s just blooody well ALL MINE!!!

(source UN & Al Jazeera 2012)

Tartus (Arabic: طرطوس‎ / ALA-LCṬarṭūs; also transliterated Tartous) is a city on the Mediterranean coast of Syria. Tartus is the second largest port city in Syria (after Latakia), and the largest city in Tartus Governorate. The population size is 115,769 (2004 census).[2]

During the 1970s, similar support points were located in Egypt and Latakia, Syria. In 1977, the Egyptian support bases at Alexandria and Mersa Matruh were evacuated and the ships and property were transferred to Tartus, where the naval support base was transformed into the 229th Naval and Estuary Vessel Support Division. Seven years later, the Tartus support point was upgraded to the 720th Logistics Support Point.[9]

(source: AFP & Wikipedia)

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