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    For now https://i.imgur.com/Vwqmrll.jpg ...

    For now

    https://i.imgur.com/Vwqmrll.jpg

    HAGWE
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    I like that :eagerness:

    I like that :eagerness:
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    Yes, and there were also the ones that you put in...

    Yes, and there were also the ones that you put in the old style pop bottles, (internal screw top with rubber seal), and when you screwed down the top the pressure on the bubble in the small cavity...
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    Just as Rolex Submariners are often referred to...

    Just as Rolex Submariners are often referred to as Subs, so are Submarines. :devilish:

    Oh, and just to be ironic, Rolex Submariners are not Submariners at all, they are watches. Perhaps Rolex...
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    Indeed Tony, and in a lot of senior managers too....

    Indeed Tony, and in a lot of senior managers too.

    Senior Manager: You need to cut the budget by 20%

    Me: The budget is costed to meet the current and projected requirements of the business.
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    Now that brought back some great memories Bob. ...

    Now that brought back some great memories Bob. Troy Tempest and Aqua Marina :eagerness:
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    Not dissecting any definitions at all, just being...

    Not dissecting any definitions at all, just being clear - which is what processes are all about.
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    No, but I'd love to. Maybe one day. My wife,...

    No, but I'd love to. Maybe one day.

    My wife, Lynn, has a ladies version though. :eagerness:
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    Thank you I G. I remember a visit to Devonport...

    Thank you I G. I remember a visit to Devonport Dockyard, they were piled up one on top of another by the dozen - such a shame that more weren't preserved, especially as a lot of them looked to be in...
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    If they're doing something then there is a...

    If they're doing something then there is a process or they wouldn't be doing anything. It may not be a documented process, it may be a chaotic process, but it is a process nevertheless. And yes,...
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    I realised I'd already posted a thread, (many...

    I realised I'd already posted a thread, (many years ago!), about U534 with quite a few pictures, so here's a link to it....
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    Thread resurrected following comments in Watch Talk re 'subs'. :worked_till_5am:
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    You didn't say it explicitly, no; but IMO it was...

    You didn't say it explicitly, no; but IMO it was certainly inferred. Oh, and as someone who worked in IT for over 40 years, I've never come across anything that didn't have a process - things don't...
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    As I posted earlier in a reply to yourself,...

    As I posted earlier in a reply to yourself, Whooooooooooooooosh!
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    As someone who was a senior part of an internal...

    As someone who was a senior part of an internal project to examine all business processes, (in a high street bank), and determine which processes were working efficiently and profitably, which...
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    Indeed, once they see how things are currently...

    Indeed, once they see how things are currently done and why. But on their first day? Blindly?
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    The analogy is NOT flawed. I know this from...

    The analogy is NOT flawed. I know this from personal experience in the workplace. And if your job really is to improve things how can you do this without first understanding how things are...
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    Whooooooosh!

    Whooooooosh!
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    If it was your first day in a new job, how do you...

    If it was your first day in a new job, how do you think it would be received if you were to float an idea as to how things could be organised, (with a specific example), without taking the time to...
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    Pity his management skills don't quite match his...

    Pity his management skills don't quite match his footballing ones - great player to bring on when the opposition were tiring. :eagerness:
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    Yep, especially when they pay way over the odds just to get a current model. Very sad indeed.
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    Nah, they hardly get a mention around these...

    Nah, they hardly get a mention around these parts. :friendly_wink:
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    I'll try and put something together, the history...

    I'll try and put something together, the history of this particular sub is filled with intrigue and mystery. :eagerness:
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    No, this one is in the UK at Woodside,...

    No, this one is in the UK at Woodside, Birkenhead. Well worth a visit if you're ever near Liverpool, a good excuse to take a ferry across the Mersey too as it's located right at the side of the...
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    The conning tower is in rather good condition,...

    The conning tower is in rather good condition, though it's obviously been repainted at some point. The restoration work has been well done though, but it can no longer be classed as all original as...
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