Maritime Supremacy

01 Aug

I guess this will ensure that the bathrooms can be used by either men or women or in-betweens (once the Trumpian military ban on such is repealed by the next Democrat administration).

Oh well. There is a silver lining: with each capitulation to prog insanity, fighting for the Imperium becomes increasingly less attractive to real men.

Carry on, dumbass progs! 🙂


When women first began attending the U.S. Naval Academy in 1976, many observers foolishly asked “What’s the point?”  While progress at times may have seemed imperceptibly slow, the naysayers have been proven wrong.  We now have a steady stream of victories, lead by a new breed of warrior who brought priorities the Navy had previously never dreamed of.  Now, with the U.S. Navy’s newest aircraft carrier, these warriors have finally achieved full freedom of navigation by depriving the enemy of their last last toehold on the open seas:

The new aircraft carrier Gerald R. Ford has all sorts of high-tech gear equipped for 21st century naval warfare. But there is one thing that male sailors will notice is no longer available: Urinals.

“This is designed to give the ship flexibility because there aren’t any berthing areas that are dedicated to one sex or the other,” Operations Specialist 1st…

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Posted by on August 1, 2017 in Uncategorized


4 responses to “Maritime Supremacy

  1. Steven MqCueen

    August 4, 2017 at 3:59 pm

    Whatever happened to “join the Navy and ride the Waves”?


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