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Russain Dasha Captain vrs American Dasha Captain

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Who made the choice to make the Russian Dasha captain to look more sophisticated then the American one?

How did you get there in that decision?

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Are we complaining about which captain looks more 'sophisticated' now? Did I miss a memo?

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I think the American Dasha is a nod to "Rosie the Riveter", and a salute to all the ladies that worked the factories during WWII. Just my take on it.

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Just now, Lert said:

Are we complaining about which captain looks more 'sophisticated' now? Did I miss a memo?

Yes we are:Smile_popcorn:.

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Just now, Admiral_Ballsey said:

I think the American Dasha is a nod to "Rosie the Riveter", and a salute to all the ladies that worked the factories during WWII. Just my take on it.

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1 hour ago, Chain_shot said:

Nevermind...too many will take that reply seriously

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1 minute ago, Admiral_Ballsey said:

I think the American Dasha is a nod to "Rosie the Riveter", and a salute to all the ladies that worked the factories during WWII. Just my take on it.

A salute to unsophisticated women :Smile_honoring:

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3 minutes ago, Admiral_Ballsey said:

I think the American Dasha is a nod to "Rosie the Riveter", and a salute to all the ladies that worked the factories during WWII. Just my take on it.

So not as cultured or sophisticated more a peasant? Makes sense.

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3 minutes ago, Chain_shot said:

So not as cultured or sophisticated more a peasant? Makes sense.

Do you even know the definition of that word or do you think your status is so high that anybody below your perceived elevation is a peasant?

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Unsophisticated women without whom the United States wouldn't have been able to produce the huge number of ships, planes, and ammunition. American women went to war in the shipyards and factories.

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See the resemblance??  

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You do realize the Am Dasha will be spying for the Ru Dasha don't you? Bad idea, very bad idea (but Grumpie might like it).

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2 hours ago, IfYouSeeKhaos said:

Do you even know the definition of that word or do you think your status is so high that anybody below your perceived elevation is a peasant?

Peasant response.

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5 hours ago, Lert said:

Are we complaining about which captain looks more 'sophisticated' now? Did I miss a memo?

Hey, this forum runs on the power of complaints. At least this one is fresh..lol

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9 minutes ago, QQ_Whine_Moar said:

Hey, this forum runs on the power of complaints. At least this one is fresh..lol

Hoarse power - they whine until their throats are sore.

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I saw the original Rosie The Riveter painting in a museum.
I had no idea it was that big. It's like 8 feet tall or something.

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