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Dazzle Painted Ship

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(Yeah)

Clean lines, cool chroma
Which way I'm goin' they ain't gonna know 
Dazzle pattern, now don't you sigh (don't sigh)
Subs ain't the only reason why

They come a-runnin', so fast they gonna slip
'Cause everyone crazy 'bout my dazzle painted ship

Criss-cross pattern, latest bling
Torps be a-missin' they can't hit a thing
Shells loaded, fuses in
When I sail out I'm gonna do you in

"You gotta see it" is the the word from each lip 
'Cause everyone crazy 'bout my dazzle painted ship

{Instrumental}

Navy gray, ain't where it's at
We got the funding cause our wallet's fat
Black shades, white stripes
Give the enemy the scare of their life

"You gotta see it" is the the word from each lip 
'Cause everyone crazy 'bout my dazzle painted ship

{Instrumental}

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funny.. but you have way too much time on your hands.

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The fact that the ship looks more like an F-22 Raptor in terms of steep angles and other oddities probably means that camo is working.... much to my brain's discomfort, mind you :cap_wander:

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24 minutes ago, Ares1967 said:

funny.. but you have way too much time on your hands.

Not really. It's just that I have gotten used to going without much sleep. I only take a couple of three-hour naps a day. I started this in the Army and then continued it into when I was doing field research. When I was researching, I had to set a trapline in the evening, catch a few Z's, get up before dawn and run the trapline, prepare specimens and write field notes until noon, pack up and move to a new location, scout a new research area, set up camp, write in my scientific journal, catch a few Z's, and then repeat the whole thing. 

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9 minutes ago, Snargfargle said:

Not really. It's just that I have gotten used to going without much sleep. I only take a couple of three-hour naps a day. I started this in the Army and then continued it into when I was doing field research. When I was researching, I had to set a trapline in the evening, catch a few Z's, get up before dawn and run the trapline, prepare specimens and write field notes until noon, pack up and move to a new location, scout a new research area, set up camp, write in my scientific journal, catch a few Z's, and then repeat the whole thing. 

Navy myself man, o7 (even though that is the wrong hand... )

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1 minute ago, Shield380 said:

Navy myself man, o7 (even though that is the wrong hand... )

LOL. Only someone who has served would comment on that left-handed salute.

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1 minute ago, Snargfargle said:

LOL. Only someone who has served would comment on that left-handed salute.

It bugs the s*** out of me in game XD have a good one brotha

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Snarg, my friend, really need to do Salty fields forever.

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1 hour ago, HowitzerBlitzer said:

That hurts my eyes... I think it means that it's working.

If looking at a picture hurts your eyes, imagine what it would be like looking through a high powered optical rangefinder on a ship.

Case proven I believe :)

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1 hour ago, IronWolfV said:

Snarg, my friend, really need to do Salty fields forever.

 

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I looked at the title and was expecting a parody of "Little Red Corvette".

I am disappoint......:Smile_hiding:

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10 minutes ago, Skpstr said:

I looked at the title and was expecting a parody of "Little Red Corvette".

I am disappoint......:Smile_hiding:

This one was a request. I'll look at that song though.

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30 minutes ago, Snargfargle said:

 

Aha. Must of missed it.

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17 minutes ago, IronWolfV said:

Aha. Must of missed it.

Nope, wrote it after you mentioned it.

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2 hours ago, HowitzerBlitzer said:

That hurts my eyes... I think it means that it's working.

 Yeah, it can definitely make ya blink a few times.

 

Auto manufacturers use several forms of dazzle schemes to conceal changes to new models while road testing. Most car builders usually use some sort of cover/bra but commercial truck makers use dazzle wraps. It can really mess with you when an 80k lb 18 wheeler is headed your way and you have no idea what make/model it is. Freightliner used a blue based urban style camo on the new Cascadia when they were being tested and it was simply stunning. One of the trucking companies involved in the long term testing adopted the scheme.

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30 minutes ago, Snargfargle said:

Nope, wrote it after you mentioned it.

Ahh I see. Nicely done.

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