There was a Moma Crawfish and a Baby Crawfish crawling down the Bayou. They came across a Cow, and the Baby Crawfish backed up. The Moma Crawfish said “Don’t worry about that cow, they only eat grass.” They went a little further and the Baby Crawfish backed up again. The Moma Crawfish said “Don’t worry about that Duck they never eat Crawfish.” They went on a little further and the Mother Crawfish backed up pinchers high in the air and she said “Run Baby Ruin!!” The Baby Crawfish said “Why.” The Moma Said “That’s a Cajun, He’ll eat anything!!!”
How do you know when your getting old? I was on the USS Canopus AS-33 decommissioned in 1994, The USS Holland AS-32 decommissioned in 1996, the USS Simon Lake decommissioned 1999, the Ashtabula AO-51 decommissioned in 1982, the USS Cayuga decommissioned in 1994 and sold to Brazil, I was also stationed in Orlando Florida NSA and Training Camp which are both decommissioned. It looks like I might be next on the decom block. Every thing I rode on the the Navy for 21 years is out of commission. Now that is when you know your getting old.
This is a great forum. I think I found Mitch Sears. Our old DK from the decom crew. I have a phone number of (706) 867-0256. I am hoping that this is him. If it is let us know so we all can give him a call about com rats and travel pay.