Larry's Giant Subs

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Re:Larry's Giant Subs 2009/11/04 15:19:12 (permalink)
Procrastination is the theft of time.  I am glad you are holding off, because
I have no time to waste.  But, one of these days Alice, one of these days, I 
will go see Larry and his Giant Sub.  I have been aboard the Nautilus and
assume it is larger than Larry's Sub----but juan never nose due juan.

I hope a reservation is not necessary. 
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Re:Larry's Giant Subs 2009/11/04 16:29:09 (permalink)
well whenever you start, don't stop.
or you could put it off .maybe
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Re:Larry's Giant Subs 2009/11/04 17:09:24 (permalink)
the ancient mariner


I hope a reservation is not necessary. 

Unless things have changed over the years since I was aboard the Nautilus you don't need a reservation.
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Re:Larry's Giant Subs 2009/11/04 18:24:28 (permalink)
We don't have a Larry's, but we have a Lenny's and their Italian sub is pretty darn good.
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Re:Larry's Giant Subs 2009/11/05 07:44:45 (permalink)

Michael---- you and I and Jules Verne----you remember old Jules

don't you, fine fellow and a great judge of good wine. 
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Re:Larry's Giant Subs 2009/11/05 09:42:06 (permalink)
Of course I remember Jules. But I didn't see him at the Submarine Museum in Groton when I went aboard the Nautilus.
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Re:Larry's Giant Subs 2009/11/05 11:15:53 (permalink)
Ol' Jules was quite a story teller, wasn't he?  The
problem was you never knew whether to believe him or not. 
Going around the world in a submarine in 80 days is hard to
imagine.  They could never survive under the Arctic Ice ?

Jules and that guy Welles must have gone to the same
school. 
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Re:Larry's Giant Subs 2009/11/05 18:45:26 (permalink)
the ancient mariner

Ol' Jules was quite a story teller, wasn't he?  The
problem was you never knew whether to believe him or not. 
Going around the world in a submarine in 80 days is hard to
imagine.  They could never survive under the Arctic Ice ?

Jules and that guy Welles must have gone to the same
school. 

Man am I confused - I thought those folks went around the world in 80 days in a hot air balloon?!

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Re:Larry's Giant Subs 2009/11/05 19:06:11 (permalink)
That's just a lot of hot air, David Nevin and the little Mexican fella
were in the Nautilus.  They all lived in a yellow submarine 20,000
leagues under the sea.  Jules was the captain. 
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Re:Larry's Giant Subs 2009/11/05 19:13:00 (permalink)
The little guy for Fantasy Island?
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