Well, thanks, Zaarin. Yeah, I know there's a general discussion forum but after all, this BSG fan community is a little... well... community of it's own. If the mods don't have anything against it (just say a word), I'll be hanging around here. A bit like "Earhart's" on the IFH forums, might say.
AFAIK, "cryptor" (mayday) is actually spelled "crypter". If that helps any. I believe the first use of crypter is in the miniseries pilot. As this can't possibly be considered a spoiler to anyone reading this, here's the actual transcript so you can more easily find it.
(Missile approaches. Apollo swings in front of it to let it lock onto him. He turns around, fires, and blows it up. His ship is jolted and the power goes out.)
Apollo: Crypter, crypter, crypter. This is Apollo to Colonial Heavy 798. I'm declaring an emergency. Flight systems are offline. Data systems.
(Caprica - Boomer and Helo are parked in a field. There are huge mushroom clouds in the distance.)
Helo: (listens to explosion) That's six. How you comin' on that fuel line?
Think that's enough for you to find the right scene.
P.S. I have another Finn, Swede and Norwegian joke.
A Finnish, Swedish and Norwegian general were arguing during joint military excercises aboard a troop carrier airplane who's got the bravest paratroopers. The Swede said: "our paratroopers are so brave they will jump from 1,000 feet without a chute". And so the Swedish trooper did with a brisk "Sir, yes Sir!". The Norwegian said: "our paratroopers are so brave they will jump from 2,000 feet without a chute". And so the Norwegian trooper did with a peppy "Sir, yes Sir!".
Then the Finnish general said: "our paratroopers are so brave, they'll jump from 3,000 feet without a chute". And the Finnish trooper said nonchalantly: "frak you and jump yourself."
The Finns won.
EDIT: Well, frak me. This IS in General Discussion. Excuse me while I go and shoot myself.