Seafood Trio: Samplers

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Presented for your enjoyment, an appetizer trio for y’all.

It’s not exactly fresh or directly Chiefs content, but indirectly these all fit the bill.

This is not the clickbait you are looking for. Move along to the video.
Deceptive clickbait is deceptive, but the Holthus interview’s real.

So there you have it, and I hope these snacks help whet your appetite for what we all want: Chiefs season!

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pompano
05/30/2021 9:28 pm

his best version?

steve_chiefs
steve_chiefs
05/30/2021 9:04 pm

Russo-Japanese war

pompano
Reply to  steve_chiefs
05/30/2021 9:08 pm

I believe your point has been made, sadly

steve_chiefs
steve_chiefs
Reply to  steve_chiefs
05/30/2021 9:24 pm

The US defeated the Japanese

not because we were smarter

But because we were more determined and we had a technology advantage

we created more carriers than the Japanese and more warplanes than the Japanese and more pilots than the Japanese

we have more Carriers and battle groups and planes and flyers than the world combined now

That is what has prevented WWIII

steve_chiefs
steve_chiefs
05/30/2021 9:03 pm

Boer War

steve_chiefs
steve_chiefs
05/30/2021 9:02 pm

WWII

steve_chiefs
steve_chiefs
Reply to  steve_chiefs
05/30/2021 9:12 pm

The end of the the Battleships

WWI and other than the English defeating the German Battleships in WWII

the Battleship era was over in 1904

steve_chiefs
steve_chiefs
Reply to  steve_chiefs
05/30/2021 9:13 pm

The Japanese attack on Pearl Harbour was a tactical victory but a strategic defeat

steve_chiefs
steve_chiefs
05/30/2021 9:01 pm

Zulu war

steve_chiefs
steve_chiefs
05/30/2021 8:32 pm

Prisoners of our own device

Chains of our own choosing with the the keys in hand

Last edited 1 year ago by steve_chiefs
steve_chiefs
steve_chiefs
Reply to  steve_chiefs
05/30/2021 8:34 pm

William Wallace was always free

to leave

steve_chiefs
steve_chiefs
Reply to  steve_chiefs
05/30/2021 8:35 pm

He was not a simple man

steve_chiefs
steve_chiefs
05/30/2021 8:28 pm

I think Don Henley did a dis service to his music pulling it from Youtube

I can smell ……

pompano
Reply to  steve_chiefs
05/30/2021 8:34 pm
pompano
05/30/2021 7:43 pm

With steved an BRaG engaging I put the over/under at 123 (minus mine if it comes to that)

steve_chiefs
steve_chiefs
Reply to  pompano
05/30/2021 7:52 pm

a meeting engagement would probably push the Number 🙂

Inchon Reservoir

https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Battle_of_Chosin_Reservoir

Is it a meeting engagement when one side does not know the other side has “declared” war?

steve_chiefs
steve_chiefs
Reply to  BleedingRedAndGold
05/30/2021 8:08 pm

I had not even formulated the thought yet

steve_chiefs
steve_chiefs
Reply to  steve_chiefs
05/30/2021 8:10 pm

I have a sense that no one on the field of Armegeddon

deserves Heaven

I would think is would be a desicision rendered unto God

pompano
Reply to  steve_chiefs
05/30/2021 8:11 pm

the mearest possibility

steve_chiefs
steve_chiefs
Reply to  pompano
05/30/2021 8:13 pm

it took me a few minutes to respond

steve_chiefs
steve_chiefs
Reply to  steve_chiefs
05/30/2021 8:19 pm

I lost 20K in bitcoin 🙂

steve_chiefs
steve_chiefs
Reply to  steve_chiefs
05/30/2021 8:21 pm

Nostradamus re-born

steve_chiefs
steve_chiefs
Reply to  BleedingRedAndGold
05/30/2021 8:07 pm

Armegedon is presumed

https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Tel_Megiddo

is the presumed site

just biblical

https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Tel_Megiddo

steve_chiefs
steve_chiefs
05/30/2021 7:43 pm

we are all

upamtn
Reply to  steve_chiefs
05/30/2021 7:46 pm

no, not everyone …

upamtn
Reply to  upamtn
05/30/2021 7:49 pm
steve_chiefs
steve_chiefs
Reply to  upamtn
05/30/2021 7:54 pm

Beatles are everywhere

pompano
Reply to  upamtn
05/30/2021 8:01 pm

1st one was “meh” but the dude can play

pompano
Reply to  upamtn
05/30/2021 7:57 pm
KCChef
KCChef
Reply to  BleedingRedAndGold
05/31/2021 12:01 am

That’s the First one of these resto’s I’ve watched …Pretty Cool ! … ; )

steve_chiefs
steve_chiefs
05/30/2021 7:22 pm

interesting question

Does the Suez or the Panama canal create more wealth

I would assume the US wealth creation is greater with the Panama canal?

steve_chiefs
steve_chiefs
Reply to  steve_chiefs
05/30/2021 7:29 pm

IF

the middle east was more agreeable

an oil pipeline would ease a lot of the need to move Oil through the Suez from Saudi to northern markets

steve_chiefs
steve_chiefs
Reply to  steve_chiefs
05/30/2021 7:30 pm

Russia would not allow that

they have Europe over the Nat Gas Barrel

pompano
Reply to  steve_chiefs
05/30/2021 7:35 pm

wassup dude. not into geopolitical this evening,
How’s your boy doing, well enough I hope

steve_chiefs
steve_chiefs
Reply to  pompano
05/30/2021 7:39 pm

probably mad at me

didn’t feel like a doing a Memorial day family thing

Hell the fourth of July is like a month away

You having a good weekend?

pompano
Reply to  steve_chiefs
05/30/2021 7:50 pm

Saw my bro, got grayer, his wife and an old friend ,like old times. We went thru the same shit for years, was nice

steve_chiefs
steve_chiefs
Reply to  pompano
05/30/2021 8:47 pm

good

I am sorta slow

I miss my entire family from so many years of holidays

just being sorta pissy today

I am not used to 7 people, when I live with two dogs now

I did think about calling and spending the day with my dad
he would understand
but I got all scared or something he would say yes?

Anxiety is a real thing

pompano
Reply to  steve_chiefs
05/30/2021 9:03 pm

let him say no, if he’s so inclined. Assuming you are making a genuine effort.

steve_chiefs
steve_chiefs
Reply to  pompano
05/30/2021 9:07 pm

I did not call my dad
My son called me and he let me say no

I have tomorrow to visit my dad

pompano
Reply to  steve_chiefs
05/30/2021 9:37 pm

ah, sorry misread. All I will say is don’t press the issue

pompano
Reply to  steve_chiefs
05/30/2021 7:32 pm

Erie canal and Si. Lawrence Seaway were moneymakers too

pompano
05/30/2021 7:20 pm
steve_chiefs
steve_chiefs
Reply to  BleedingRedAndGold
05/30/2021 6:50 pm

General Sharon said that during his four years as southern area commander he had realized that it might be neccessary someday to make a canal crossing and had made preparations for one. Where the two side roads reach the canal he had in previous years constructed a “yard,” a vehicleparking area about 400 yards long by 150 yards wide, protected by high earthen banks.
As along most of the canal’s length, at this point a high earthen bank towers over the water.
The bank is very thick and would require a great engineering effort to breach, but General Sharon said he had ordered one portion of the bank to be made relatively thin. This weak spot had been marked by red bricks.

https://www.nytimes.com/1973/11/12/archives/israeli-general-tells-how-bridgehead-across-the-suez-canal-was.html

https://www.google.com/search?q=water+cannon+on+suez+canal&rlz=1C1CHBF_enUS950US950&sxsrf=ALeKk00S-5eiYe9hv6p5yYqsbbwyIwBElQ:1622418421973&source=lnms&tbm=isch&sa=X&ved=2ahUKEwjSj9_Ny_LwAhUJKVkFHRrjBy0Q_AUoAXoECAEQAw&biw=1360&bih=625#imgrc=o0TW0kP1cCtHSM

Waiting on the Tasa‐to‐lake road was a brigade of paratroops in half‐track personnel carriers and carrying rubber rafts for the canal crossing. Behind them was the Third Armored Brigade, accompanied by a fleet of self‐propelled rafts and barges capable of ferrying tanks across the water.

The key to the battle, however, was not the relatively easy movement of the units moving to the western side of the canal but rather the staggeringly violent fight to protect the bridgehead corridor from Egyptian counterattacks on the eastern bank.
A visit to the now‐quiet battlefield on the eastern bank makes clear how bitter the combat was. In a short stretch of a few thousand yards stand 24 totally burned out Israeli Patton tanks—most of a battalion. Few of their crews could have survived. Less seriously damaged tanks have already been removed for repairs. About 100 Egyptian tanks litter the battle area.

https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Battle_of_Ismailia

steve_chiefs
steve_chiefs
Reply to  steve_chiefs
05/30/2021 7:10 pm

Israeli journalist Abraham Rabinovich, in his account of the Yom Kippur War, writes that despite being involved in intense fighting for several days, the Egyptian and Israeli soldiers in the Ismailia sector who survived the battle were among the first to reconcile, even when the first ceasefire was broken in the south and fighting resumed. On the morning of October 23, an Israeli paratroop company under Captain Gideon Shamir was deploying near the Ismailia Canal, when Shamir saw Egyptian commandos, probably from the unit he had engaged the night before, encamped in an orchard less than 100 meters away. Wishing to ensure there would be no more killing in his sector, Shamir instructed his men to cover him and, taking a soldier who spoke Arabic, went to the commandos, shouting “Cease-fire, peace” so as not to surprise the Egyptians. The commandos held their fire as the two Israelis presented themselves, and soon summoned their company commander, who identified himself as Major Ali.[60]
Both men agreed to avoid shooting, and to avoid getting anyone on either side hurt. Ali even surprised Shamir by predicting that Sadat wanted peace with Israel, not just a cease-fire. In coming days, soldiers from both sides would come out to the clearing between their positions and fraternized. When shooting erupted in nearby sectors, they would return to their respective positions. Initially, the Egyptians would fire if it was nighttime, but the Israelis held their fire, and soon the Egyptians stopped firing as well. Soon, the commandos and paratroopers would meet daily, drinking coffee, playing backgammon and soccer, getting to personally know each other, and occasionally holding a kumzits, with the Egyptians slaughtering a sheep and the Israelis presenting food parcels sent from home. The example set by the Egyptians and Israelis here was soon emulated in other sectors, and even Sharon came to see for himself the “local armistice” that had taken place.

steve_chiefs
steve_chiefs
Reply to  BleedingRedAndGold
05/30/2021 7:24 pm

I agree

Egypt and Israel

and Sadat did sign a peace accord with Israel brokered by President Carter eventually that is still in place from that time

steve_chiefs
steve_chiefs
05/30/2021 6:06 pm

Some Boston

steve_chiefs
steve_chiefs
Reply to  steve_chiefs
05/30/2021 6:15 pm

Was Boston not the encyclopedia idea for a Shooting Star? 5-6 years and done…

rip58
05/30/2021 5:34 pm
steve_chiefs
steve_chiefs
Reply to  rip58
05/30/2021 5:56 pm

BOC tonight?

upamtn
05/30/2021 5:28 pm

from the movie Behind Enemy Lines … Ryan Adams – Rescue Blues

probablyamistake
probablyamistake
05/30/2021 3:52 pm
gonzangkc11
gonzangkc11
05/30/2021 3:28 pm

Memorial Day Tribute 2021 | Memorial Day 2021All Gave SOME, Some Gave ALL

gonzangkc11
gonzangkc11
Reply to  gonzangkc11
05/30/2021 3:30 pm

I’m Proud To Be An American Lyrics*SING ALONG* 🙂

gonzangkc11
gonzangkc11
05/30/2021 3:26 pm

Patrick Mahomes wants Chiefs to become first NFL team to go 20-0

gonzangkc11
gonzangkc11
Reply to  gonzangkc11
05/30/2021 3:26 pm

Mahomesisgreat
Mahomesisgreat
Reply to  gonzangkc11
05/30/2021 4:14 pm

I love it!

steve_chiefs
steve_chiefs
Reply to  Mahomesisgreat
05/30/2021 5:59 pm

Damn

He will have to fight Andy at 16-0 🙂

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