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Seaman Jones: [teaching Beaumont] Hear it now? Beaumont: [resigned] No. Seaman Jones: Beaumont, at Caltech we used to do this in our sleep! You hear it now? Beaumont: Wait a minute Beaumont: Buried in the surface clutter Seaman Jones: Yeeeesssss?
Seaman Jones: Correct! Give it a week and you'll be teaching at Caltech. So, like Beethoven on the computer, you have labored to produce Beaumont: A what?
Seaman Jones: A whale, Seaman Beaumont, a whale. A marine mammal that knows a hell of a lot more about sonar, than you do. Vasili Borodin: I will live in Montana. And I will marry a round American woman and raise rabbits, and she will cook them for me. And I will have a pickup truck Do they let you do that? Captain Ramius: Oh, yes. Vasili Borodin: No papers? Captain Ramius: No papers, state to state.
Vasili Borodin: Well then, in winter I will live in Actually, I think I will need two wives. Captain Ramius: Oh, at least. Seaman Jones: Conn, sonar!
Crazy Ivan! Bart Mancuso: All stop! Quick quiet! Seaman Jones: Russian captains sometime turn suddenly to see if anyone's behind them. We call it "Crazy Ivan. Beaumont: So what's the catch? Seaman Jones: The catch is, a boat this big doesn't exactly stop on a dime Jack Ryan: Where are we going, anyway? Most of the Joint Chiefs will be there, along with a few other people.
Jack Ryan: Who's giving the briefing? Admiral James Greer: You are.
Jeffrey Pelt: You slammed the door on the General pretty hard, Jack. Jack Ryan: That was not my intention, sir. Jeffrey Pelt: Oh, yes, it was! He was patronizing you, and you stomped on him! And in my opinion, he deserved it! Jeffrey Pelt: Okay, when do you leave? Jack Ryan: [laughing] Wait a minute!
The General was right. I am not field personnel, I am only an analyst. Jeffrey Pelt: You're perfect. I can't ask any of these characters to go. One, they don't believe in it. Two, they'd never stake their reputation on a hunch.
Whereas you Jack Ryan Jeffrey Pelt: Something like that. Jeffrey Pelt: Mr. Ambassador, you have nearly a hundred naval vessels operating in the North Atlantic right now. Your aircraft has dropped enough sonar buoys so that a man could walk from Greenland to Iceland to Scotland without getting his feet wet.
Now, shall we dispense with the bull? Ambassador Lysenko: You make your point as delicately as ever, Mr.
This is nothin'! You shoulda been with us five, six months ago! Whoa, talk about puke! We ran into a hailstorm over the Sea of Japan!
Everyone was retchin' his guts out! The pilot shot his lunch all over the windshield, and I barfed on the radio - knocked it out completely!
It wasn't that lightweight stuff, either; it was that chunky, industrial-weight puke! Jack Ryan: [through clenched teeth] Jack, next time you get a bright idea, put it in a memo! Helicopter Pilot: Fuel status says we turn back now. Jack Ryan: Wait a minute. Fuel status? You have a reserve, don't you? Helicopter Pilot: Yes, sir. I've got a ten minute reserve Jack Ryan: Listen, mister, if you don't get me on board that goddamn submarine, that just might be what you'll have!
You got me? Now you have ten more minutes' worth of fuel, we stay here ten more minutes! Jack Ryan: It might be just that simple, yes. Captain Davenport: Certifiable.
And no matter what his credentials, I don't care for him wearing the uniform. Admiral Josh Painter: You see that ring on his finger?
The Academy, Class of ' A Marine. Captain Davenport: You're kidding!
How did you Admiral Josh Painter: Greer told me. Summer of his third year, he and his squad went down in a chopper accident in the Med. Bad - pilot, crew killed. That kid spent ten months in traction, another year learning to walk again.
Did his fourth year from the hospital. Now it's up to you, Charlie, but you might consider cuttin' the kid a little slack.
Ah, Russians are gonna find that sub before we get near it, anyhow. Captain Davenport: They're pinging away with their active sonar like they're looking for something, but nobody's listening.
Jack Ryan: What do you mean? Captain Davenport: Well, they're moving at almost forty knots. At that speed, they could run right over my daughter's stereo and not hear it. Jack Ryan: They're not trying to find Ramius, they're trying to drive him. Captain Davenport: Drive him where? He's going to die within sight of it.
Bart Mancuso: All back full. Thompson: Say again? Bart Mancuso: I said, all back full! Thompson: Back full, aye sir. Engines back full. Bart Mancuso: Conn, aye! All stop! Crewmember: All stop, aye. Bart Mancuso: All right, Ryan, we just unzipped our fly. Open the outer doors, firing point procedures. Now if that bastard so much as twitches, I'm going to blow him right to Mars. Ryan laughs] Capt. Bart Mancuso: What's so funny? Jack Ryan: Ah, the Captain seems to think you're some kind of Captain Ramius: [in Russian] You speak Russian.
Jack Ryan: [in Russian] A little. It is wise to study the ways of one's adversary. Don't you think? Captain Ramius: [in English] It is. Bill Steiner: Hey I think someone just shot a torpedo at us! Bart Mancuso: No shit, Buckwheat, now get the hell out of here! Bill Steiner: Where am I supp Commander Bart Mancuso: Wait a minute, that's heading into the torpedo.
Captain Ramius: Steer right, til this reads Commander Bart Mancuso: No, that's wrong. Ryan, don't turn that goddamn wheel. Captain Ramius: Captain Ramius: curtly Yes. Vasili Borodin: Torpedo impact, 20 seconds. By following this form you will be able to evaluate the thesis, organization, supporting arguments, paragraph transitions, grammar, spelling, punctuation, etc. They pull questions from the multiple choice and short essay sections, the character and object descriptions, and the chapter abstracts to create worksheets that can be used for pop quizzes, in-class assignments and homework.
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