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  1. Michael Arau says:

    Lots happening for you and yet you will find time to squeeze out your story. Good on you. I look forward to your contribution to CHT (in the navy, that meant chemical holding tank). From your snippets I got ideas to incorporate in my own story.

    As for hernias… get it fixed. Do it, do it now. I actually have a typed up account of my own adventures with a hernia. If you’d like, I’ll e-mail you a copy.

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    1. mcfeats says:

      Sure, as long as your hernia story doesn’t allude to the film Alien. Going to the docs on Monday. Maybe he’ll put me in a chemical holding tank.

      I’m looking forward to reading your story.

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  2. Michael Arau says:

    Don’t think you’d like that. Since that’s the tank where the “biologicals” are stored when ships are underway. Sometimes there was a whiff in the air or there was an overflow. The resultant effluvium or excreta was dubbed “CHT”. But in our case it is simply Cold Hard Type. Then again, mine is more like the previously described CHT.

    I was sure that your e-mail address was listed on your site. Can’t seem to find it now.

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    1. mcfeats says:

      “The resultant effluvium or excreta was dubbed CHT”—this is beginning to sound like a Beckett novel.

      Avmcfeats@gmail.com. Cheers!

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