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O’Rourke, the spokesman, cheered the event he helped plan with the Fleet Week committee. But I think we kind of take that for granted — because we’re so used to it. What does the sailor who lives next door — what does he do?
“We wanted to make it a real Fleet Week — pack those activities in an actual week,” he said. I think we’ve achieved that.” O’Rourke noted that people see ships in the bay and military aircraft in the sky every day. How does that contribute to the defense of the country?
Another copter showed how its “Bambi bucket” scooped up 420 gallons at a time to fight fires. Kevin Odess entertained at Harbor Island Park before and after the 2-hour parade.
The Marines pulled aquatic donuts with a Landing Craft Air Cushion Vehicle (slogan: “No beach out of reach”) while 1st Class Petty Officer Jason Thompson of the USS San Diego — a DJ and boatswain’s mate — gave details via loudspeaker at Harbor Island. “Yeah, that was awesome,” a woman yelled after one set.
I have more freedom because I’m not Captain America.
I’m mostly a cartoon.” Slate maintains that she doesn’t regret her time with Evans, even though they haven’t been spending a lot of time together since the split.
All scenes are duologues or monologues of around 1.5 script pages in length.
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It wasn't just listening to a mix and saying, ' Man, I remember this one part.' It was everything from pre-production to piecing together every single part that's on the record.
I listened to every single note that is played by every single instrument. .entirely too many times.""I'm Comin' Over," the project's title track and current single, finds its narrator struggling to define a red-hot but tumultuous relationship.
“We’re not on bad terms, but we haven’t really seen each other, spoken a lot,” she says. I’d love to be his friend one day, but we threw down pretty hard.
We need to do a Fleet Week like it should be done, this year.” Said O’Rourke: “And that’s what you see what you see today.” Thousands lined San Diego Bay in perfect weather to watch ships, helicopters and all manner of aircraft (including a hovercraft) proceed in a slow and stately convoy south through San Diego Bay — reviving a tradition dating to 1935. O’Rourke, the veteran media relations officer for Navy Region Southwest, explained why the traditional Sea & Air Parade was absent eight years. “The first was — we were operationally stretched very thin,” he said. On shore, a nine-member Marine band played killer Dixieland jazz.