World of Warships – Neptune’s Inferno

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21 Comments:

  1. 13 seconds! A new personal record!

  2. The old man accepts a sponsor? What is this?

  3. The last time I was this early we still got the Kraken’s Unleashed clip 🙁

  4. Yay Jingles got sponsored. That means no ads ^^

  5. Old man Jingles has FINALLY gotten a sponsorship! This could be the start of something great

  6. 1 Minute ago, First in! Eh, what? 12th!!! What does it take?? lol

  7. Magister R'yleth

    Last time I was this early, we were still giving Neptune offerings for safe travels.

  8. Congratulations on the sponship old man! You’ve earned with all the hard work you do

  9. Ohhhh JINGLES….its not BACKSLASH….its SLASH :DDD

  10. Mihails Ļevčenkovs

    Have you featured him in the past Jingles? I remember him from somewhere

  11. Backslash Jingles @1:22? Oh please never change… 🙂

  12. I downloaded Neptune’s Inferno on Audible after the last time you recommended it. Absolutely tremendous book, Jim puts the reader in the middle of the naval battle experience, showing the visceral nature of naval combat.

  13. Great Britain selling things to countries that become hostile to the US is a meme at this point. If it’s not the Russians with the Rolls Royce Nene it’s Japan with their naval equipment.

  14. “Blackslash” doesn’t really do it for me. I need a cool “stroke”.

  15. I did take you up on that recommendation Jingles and can confirm Neptune’s Inferno is a great book. Got it as my first book on Audible. Don’t regret it. Currently working my way through “The fleet at flood tide” which is also great.

  16. HMS Fiji, am I a joke to you? Never change Jingles.

  17. I remain shocked Last Stand of the Tin Can Sailors hasnt been optioned for a movie. Its far more of a compelling underdog story than any fiction you will ever read, and it really happened!

  18. Ship: putputput…
    Me: what’s you’re name?
    Ship: putputput…
    Me: N
    Ship: BWAAAAAAAHHHHs!!!

  19. Books are great and there’s no crummy YouTube ad to be forced to watch.

  20. Just as the quote goes “the stars aligned, seals were clubbed and Stalin’s hand guided James Horner’s audio book straight to our laps”

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