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Laughing and Crying The bridge between laughing and crying is not long During submarine deployments it is customary to tell sea stories on those long boring mid-watches During one particular mid-watch I told an amazing story that happened to me ten years earlier while stationed on my last submarine This story shouldnt be told when your boss is part of the group because there could be repercussions that you may feel later My story begins when I was on a submarine that was home-ported in Vallejo CA Like most naval bases it also has a McDonalds The submarine was delayed for a scheduled underway this particular day and my division and myself decided to go to McDonalds for lunch This McDonalds was laid out as any other McDonalds with a side entrance and a long seating area down the side Most of the submarine crew was already there sitting on the side seats and I proceeded up to the counter to place my order I ordered a Combo Meal that came to 485 and gave the cashier a ten-dollar bill She placed a five-dollar bill and the change on my tray as I was leaving When I came around the corner to the area my shipmates were sitting someone opened the doors to enter the restaurant and my five-dollar bill blew off my tray I quickly glanced down and noticed it fell near the corner table were a lady and her two children were sitting I continued to the table where I wanted to sit to put my tray down I placed my tray on the table then turned to go back to retrieve my five-dollar bill I went back to the area where my money blew off near the table the lady and her two children were sitting I looked around and didnt see it so I asked the little boy that was sitting on the end of the table if he
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