Jaws

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Maui, Hawaii

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    1. I was gonna say the same thing. I don’t see anything Jaws related in this photo. Nice picture though.

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    2. @Dreth: Waves have names? Try North shore, HI. AkA Jaws.

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    3. You learn something new everyday.

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    4. I think it’s mentioned in the movie “Blue Crush.” An otherwise waste of two hours.

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    5. @the3g_ipwn: Yeah, even Michelle Rodriguez in beach wear couldn’t save this one for me.

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    6. @Flappycunt:
      It was a quick Google search, I didn’t even click any links, but I realized there was something called Jaws in Maui.

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    7. Surf break from Maui, HI. The breaks Hawaiian name is Peahi but everyone calls it Jaws.

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    8. Farewell and adieu to you, Spanish ladies,
      Farewell and adieu to you, ladies of Spain;
      For we have received orders to sail to old England,
      But we hope in a short time to see you again.

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    9. If you look quickly enough, the part of the water the surfboard just cut through kind of looks like a shark…

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    10. @nyokki:
      We’ll range and we’ll rove like true British sailors;
      We’ll range and we’ll rove all on the salt seas;
      Until we strike soundings in the Channel of England,
      From Ushant to Scilly is thirty-five leagues.

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    11. @Puulaahi: Then we hove our ship to, with the wind at sou’-west, my boys,
      Then we hove our ship to, for to strike soundings clear;
      Then we filled the main topsail and bore right away, my boys,
      And straight up the Channel of old England did steer

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    12. @nyokki:
      The first land we made, it is called the Dead-man,
      Next, Ram Head off Plymouth, Start, Portland, and Wight.
      We sailed by Beachy, by Fairly, and Dungeness,
      And then bore away for the South Foreland Light.

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    13. @Puulaahi:
      Now the signal it was made for the Grand Fleet to anchor,
      All on the Downs that night for to meet;
      Then stand by your stoppers, see clear your shank-painters,
      Haul all your clew garnets, stick out tacks and sheets.

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    14. @nyokki:
      Now let ev’ry man toss off a full bumper,
      Now let ev’ry man take off his full bowl,
      For we will be jolly, and drown melancholy,
      With a health to each jovial and true-hearted soul.

      Big fan of maritime history.:) I prefer “What do you do with a drunken sailor?” though. I’d love to hear a shanty at sea on a while working on a tall ship.

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    15. @Puulaahi:
      Show me the way to go home
      I’m tired and I wanna go to bed
      I had a little drink
      About an hour ago
      And it went straight to my head
      Where ever I may go
      On land, or sea, or snow
      You can always hear me
      Singing this song
      Show me the way to go home

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    16. ♪I GOT IN ONE LITTLE FIGHT AND MY MOM GOT SCARED

      SHE SAID YOU’RE MOVING IN WITH YOUR AUNTIE AND UNCLE IN BEL-AIR♪

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    17. @Dreth: How do you get the music symbol? I tried alt 14, but it didn’t work.

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    18. It’s actually

      ALT+13 = ♪
      ALT+14 = ♫

      Set it to English (US). And remember to have Num Lock on.

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    19. @nyokki: @Puulaahi: maybe you guys know the rest of this one, this is all I can remember of it:
      Our ship rides at anchor,she’s ready to dock.
      I wish her safe landing, without any shock.
      If ever we should meet again, by land or by sea,
      I will always remember your kindness to me.

      Its the last stanza, and I can’t recall the chorus

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    20. @SumoSnipe:It’s called “Health to the Company.”

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    21. @SumoSnipe:
      Kind friends and companions, come join me in rhyme
      And lift up your voices in chorus with mine
      Let us drink and be merry, all grief to refrain
      For we may and might never all meet here again

      Here’s a health to the company and one to my lass
      Let us drink and be merry all out of one glass
      Let us drink and be merry, all grief to refrain
      For we may and might never all meet here again

      Here’s a health to the dear lass that I love so well
      Her style and her beauty, sure none can excel
      She smiles on my countenance and sits on me knee
      Sure there’s no one in Erin as happy as we

      Our ship lies at harbor, she’s ready to dock
      I hope she’s safe landed without any shock
      If ever I meet you by land or by sea
      I will always remember your kindness to me

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