Maersk LIne Interviews gCaptain, and the gCaptain Forum

Hey c.captain, Maersk Line actually took one of your rants and published it on their website:) Here’s the interview we did with Maersk Line recently…

http://maersklinesocial.com/social-media-and-the-maritime-industry-a-perfect-fit-or/

The “Pointy Stick” is known and feared far and wide throughout the entire maritime industry!

Beware all yea who dare challenge its mighty power!

What a way to start the day. c.captain is now famous on not one but two websites all over the world!

Pretty soon you’ll be coming out with a memoir or autobiography of pointy stick quotes…

The myth continues to grow. He’s a legend in his own mind.

I love how the academy guys ALWAYS get called out, yet I’ve worked with many pipers and they are just as involved in Facebook as anyone else is. (As well as other social media)

[QUOTE=Fraqrat;78987]The myth continues to grow. He’s a legend in his own mind.[/QUOTE]

Hey…I resemble that remark!

yours most sincerely
the mythical c.kraken*

*just as a mater of minor note but the nasty monster you have pictured me as is not a true Kraken…rather according to Wikipedia a genuine Kraken is:

Kraken (play /ˈkreɪkən/ or /ˈkrɑːkən/) are legendary sea monsters of giant proportions said to dwell off the coasts of Norway and Greenland.

The legend may actually have originated from sightings of real giant squid that are variously estimated to grow to 13–15 m (40–50 ft) in length, including the tentacles. These creatures normally live at great depths, but have been sighted at the surface and have reportedly attacked ships.

let’s not go in the direction of “Clash of the Titans” V.2010 however…that Kraken was just a little TOO Krakenish for my tastes

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Kudos to C. Captain, Cappy 208 and Water. You guys are famous now!

[QUOTE=seadog6608;79013]Kudos to C. Captain, Cappy 208 and Water. You guys are famous now![/QUOTE]

That would be infamous…

Yeah but I like that pic it’s over top like some of your comments every now and then. It was also a cool movie for its time.

[QUOTE=Fraqrat;79016]Yeah but I like that pic it’s over top like some of your comments every now and then. It was also a cool movie for its time.[/QUOTE]

The 1981 version I presume?

Never have seen it but what a cast! Larry Olivier, Burgess Meredith, Ursula Andress, Ray Harryhausen, but Harry Hamlin??? He’s about as much of an effing pretty boy as effing Peter Gallagher!

Indeed, who needs BS 3D trick pornography when you have those awesome special effects!?!?!

Very cool, also the old school movies used “stop-motion photography” and models. Jason and the argnauts is another good one.

Now do we have to address c.capitan as “The Legend” from now on?? Jeeze, I hope not!