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    • Posers II: a call to action

      7 years ago

      Havoc1

      roosterteeth.com/forum/viewTopic.php?id=2238203
      Barbara either does not understand exactly how important the issue is, or she does not care. I've let it sit for a few days to see if my opinion on the matter changed or if she would do the right thing. Neither has happened.

      BACKGROUND
      On 21JAN, a user named Delta1689 was featured on the main RT page, both as FU and with his own entry. Delta1689 made a rather fantastic claim to be a combat veteran whose RT hat was actually shot off by a sniper, and provided evidence in the form of a hat with hole in it. Anyone who has been shot at will tell you that the story was immediately suspicious, both because the background story was questionable and because there is no mistaking the sound of a 7.62 round passing within an inch of your head for a gust of wind.

      ISSUE #1
      If you lie about your service, Lightfighter, SOCnet, Terminal Lance, ProfessionalSoldiers, ArmyRanger, or someone else will out you. Someone will find your chain of command. Someone will burn you to the ground and laugh gleefully. And you deserve it. Just ask PFC Andrew Santee, Building 6116, Det. 1, 341st TAC PSYOP, aka delta1689. San Antonio, Tx, US Army Reserves

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      Great links:

      terminallance.com/forum/index.php?topic=4682.1375 I do not condone what was said to Barbara, though the sentiment was understandable. The offending member was crushed in public because he was wrong. He manned up, issued his own retraction, and apologized because his actions represented a group of people very poorly. Keep this in mind, because it's important.

      thisainthell.us/blog/?p=28434

      Military members and veterans are a very diverse population, but if there is one thing we nearly universally agree upon, it is that we HATE posers. Most of us have friends who have been killed in the line of duty, and to see their sacrifices basically made light of by a never-has-been for the purpose of personal gain is insulting to an extent that's difficult to convey. Posers who claim fake stories and honors from combat they never experienced are lower than the gunk I scrape off my boots on the curb. Take this post as evidence, because I stopped posting in the forums years ago. I have better things to do than argue with people on the internet. However, for this, I'll take the time to make an exception.

      ISSUE #2

      Barbara, a new member of RT staff working as the Community Manager, posted this story to RT. Now, I don't expect Barbara to do background checks on users or necessarily understand that this story was a complete fabrication. She, and RT by extension, was a victim of a liar.

      Here's what I have a problem with. When the evidence of this falsehood was brought to her attention, Barbara initially blew the Veteran community off with a reply that was (most likely unintentionally) dismissive, condescending, and deeply insulting.

      While it may or may not be a fabrication.. what difference does it make? It's not affecting anyone, no one lost money or gave money to him, and all it is doing is making people proud to be in the presence of someone serving their country.

      I recommend you spend your time in a more productive way, and for something that actually matters.

      Thank you.

      Barbara

      I understand people, and friends, have lost their lives and body parts and they didn't get anything in return. Andrew didn't get anything from this story except some attention (that, frankly, he deserves- if not for this story, just for being a decent guy serving in armed forces).

      I understand why you think this is "unfair". But in the end, he had his moment in the sun. That was then, it's over now. Please move on.

      Thank you for your concern. Take care.

      Barbara



      As you can imagine, these provoked some extremely harsh responses. As noted above, we take posers very seriously. This is absolutely the wrong answer. This person is a liar and thief, who sought to better himself by stealing from his brothers for personal gain. That is unforgivable. That is despicable. It shames the valor of our comrades and their service and demonstrates that he has no honor.

      Eventually, under pressure and probably dozens of messages and emails, Barbara pulled the story from the RT page. However, that was it. Essentially, she swept the issue under the rug without actually addressing it.

      Barbara, by effectively telling us it's no big deal, you do two things as a representative of Roosterteeth:
      1. You tell us Roosterteeth does not value the opinions of Veterans, of whom many are present on this site.
      2. You demonstrate a startling lack of maturity because you refuse to accept responsibility for the public image of Roostereeth, which is an important part of your job.

      REQUEST
      Barbara, this is a simple request. Do the responsible thing as a representative of this community. Post a retraction. You were not at fault for the original story, but your extremely poor response is completely one of your own doing. I submit the following as a suggested example.

      "Roosterteeth was misled about a story and now know that the details were not true. We apologize to our Veterans and hope this can be seen as a learning opportunity for everyone involved. Be proud of who you are and better yourself through your own endeavors rather than taking credit for someone else's."
    • Roosterteeth, military posers, & Barbara

      in Forums > Roosterteeth, military posers, & Barbara | Follow this topic

      Havoc1

      I tried to work this out with Barbara directly, but she either does not understand exactly how important the issue is, or she does not care. I've let it sit for a few days to see if my opinion on the matter changed or if she would do the right thing. Neither has happened.

      BACKGROUND
      On 21JAN, a user named Delta1689 was featured on the main RT page, both as FU and with his own entry. Delta1689 made a rather fantastic claim to be a combat veteran whose RT hat was actually shot off by a sniper, and provided evidence in the form of a hat with hole in it. Anyone who has been shot at will tell you that the story was immediately suspicious, both because the background story was questionable and because there is no mistaking the sound of a 7.62 round passing within an inch of your head for a gust of wind.

      ISSUE #1
      If you lie about your service, Lightfighter, SOCnet, Terminal Lance, ProfessionalSoldiers, ArmyRanger, or someone else will out you. Someone will find your chain of command. Someone will burn you to the ground and laugh gleefully. And you deserve it. Just ask PFC Andrew Santee, Building 6116, Det. 1, 341st TAC PSYOP, aka delta1689. San Antonio, Tx, US Army Reserves

      1327094785_photo.JPG

      poser.jpg

      ff76l3.png

      Great links:

      terminallance.com/forum/index.php?topic=4682.1375 I do not condone what was said to Barbara, though the sentiment was understandable. The offending member was crushed in public because he was wrong. He manned up, issued his own retraction, and apologized because his actions represented a group of people very poorly. Keep this in mind, because it's important.

      thisainthell.us/blog/?p=28434

      Military members and veterans are a very diverse population, but if there is one thing we nearly universally agree upon, it is that we HATE posers. Most of us have friends who have been killed in the line of duty, and to see their sacrifices basically made light of by a never-has-been for the purpose of personal gain is insulting to an extent that's difficult to convey. Posers who claim fake stories and honors from combat they never experienced are lower than the gunk I scrape off my boots on the curb. Take this post as evidence, because I stopped posting in the forums years ago. I have better things to do than argue with people on the internet. However, for this, I'll take the time to make an exception.

      ISSUE #2

      Barbara, a new member of RT staff working as the Community Manager, posted this story to RT. Now, I don't expect Barbara to do background checks on users or necessarily understand that this story was a complete fabrication. She, and RT by extension, was a victim of a liar.

      Here's what I have a problem with. When the evidence of this falsehood was brought to her attention, Barbara initially blew the Veteran community off with a reply that was (most likely unintentionally) dismissive, condescending, and deeply insulting.

      While it may or may not be a fabrication.. what difference does it make? It's not affecting anyone, no one lost money or gave money to him, and all it is doing is making people proud to be in the presence of someone serving their country.

      I recommend you spend your time in a more productive way, and for something that actually matters.

      Thank you.

      Barbara


      I understand people, and friends, have lost their lives and body parts and they didn't get anything in return. Andrew didn't get anything from this story except some attention (that, frankly, he deserves- if not for this story, just for being a decent guy serving in armed forces).

      I understand why you think this is "unfair". But in the end, he had his moment in the sun. That was then, it's over now. Please move on.

      Thank you for your concern. Take care.

      Barbara



      As you can imagine, these provoked some extremely harsh responses. As noted above, we take posers very seriously. This is absolutely the wrong answer. This person is a liar and thief, who sought to better himself by stealing from his brothers for personal gain. That is unforgivable. That is despicable. It shames the valor of our comrades and their service and demonstrates that he has no honor.

      Eventually, under pressure and probably dozens of messages and emails, Barbara pulled the story from the RT page. However, that was it. Essentially, she swept the issue under the rug without actually addressing it.

      Barbara, by effectively telling us it's no big deal, you do two things as a representative of Roosterteeth:
      1. You tell us Roosterteeth does not value the opinions of Veterans, of whom many are present on this site.
      2. You demonstrate a startling lack of maturity because you refuse to accept responsibility for the public image of Roostereeth, which is an important part of your job.

      REQUEST
      Barbara, this is a simple request. Do the responsible thing as a representative of this community. Post a retraction. You were not at fault for the original story, but your extremely poor response is completely one of your own doing. I submit the following as a suggested example.

      "Roosterteeth was misled about a story and now know that the details were not true. We apologize to our Veterans and hope this can be seen as a learning opportunity for everyone involved. Be proud of who you are and better yourself through your own endeavors rather than taking credit for someone else's."

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    • Tango down; poser busted

      7 years ago

      Havoc1

      Warning to all, regarding the recent bullshit post about a sniped hat on the RvB front page:

      If you lie about your service, Lightfighter, SOCnet, Terminal Lance, or someone else will out you. Someone will find your chain of command. Someone will fucking burn you. And you deserve it. Just ask PFC Andrew Santee, Det. 1, Bld 6116, 341st TAC PSYOP, aka delta1689. San Antonio, Tx, US Army Reserves

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      poser.jpg

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      Great links:
      terminallance.com/forum/index.php?topic=4682.1375 (I do not condone what was said to Barbara, though the sentiment was correct.
      thisainthell.us/blog/?p=28434

      My note to Barbara:

      Barbara,
      No doubt you received a bazillion emails about it, and that one you quoted was vile and somewhat uncalled for. I hope after all the hubbub dies down, you can see why we combat veterans take bogus claims like the one from delta1689 very, very seriously. Your attitude upon getting called out on it was dead wrong, 180 degrees in the wrong, and you got called on it just like he did. You've just gotten a taste of military culture, unfortunately by unwittingly being associated with a fool and a liar.
      Again, false story or not, he is still serving your country. Yes, he may have lied to gain attention, but while here, Andrew was kind, generous, and extremely helpful to us while setting up for an event.

      I understand people, and friends, have lost their lives and body parts and they didn't get anything in return. Andrew didn't get anything from this story except some attention (that, frankly, he deserves- if not for this story, just for being a decent guy serving in armed forces).

      I understand why you think this is "unfair". But in the end, he had his moment in the sun. That was then, it's over now. Please move on.

      Absolutely the wrong answer. Being a nice guy does not excuse a liar and thief, who sought to better himself by stealing from his brothers for personal gain. That is unforgivable. That is despicable. It shames the valor of our comrades and their service and demonstrates that he has no honor.

      I think the lesson is learned by all parties. Trust me, PFC Santee is about to find out, as his chain of command has been contacted. I challenge you and RvB to make a public statement on the front page rather than simply sweeping it under the rug. There are consequences to lying and being called on it in public should be one of them. If nothing else, I'd like the young people here, many of whom look up to our servicemembers, to see that.
    • Indoor skydiving.

      7 years ago

      Havoc1

      Go do it. Seriously. Especially if you have adventurous kids like mine.

      Facebook album and video links here The pics are priceless! Are people not on my facebook able to see this or not? I share everything friends-only by default.

      If not:


      Amazingly good time at iFly Seattle for our outing as a family to go indoor skydiving. I'm sure the kids will be talking about this for years to come. Even SunJa, who is typically quite a bit more conservative than the kids and I, thought it was awesome. (Trivia: SunJa actually did better than all of us according to the instructor, even though she complained that she kept drooling into her nose!)

      If it wasn't so expensive, we'd be there every weekend. I intend to go back a few times a year. Even with nearly three dozen military static line jumps, this was something completely new for me. My face hurt afterward from all the smiling and laughter. Definitely worth the money for some special memories!

      YouTube videos are at:
      youtu.be/Q_X79gcnd30 (Part 1/2)
      youtu.be/RmxOQHw91nw (Part 2/2)
    • That's brrrrrrrisk baby!

      7 years ago

      Havoc1

      Cub Scout Pack 472 4th Annual Polar Bear Swim, 1JAN12

      Nate, Carl, and Lex all jumped in the water for their first polar bear swim. Dad had to get in the water for each individual entry. It was...brisk. After that, it was time for hot chocolate and pancakes!

      If this link isn't open to the public, then here's the videos:

      Lex from the beach
      www.youtube.com/watch?v=PaH1Rt2J-VY

      Lex run to the water on GoPro (HD)
      www.youtube.com/watch?v=iCQrtggGP_k

      Carl from the beach
      www.youtube.com/watch?v=u7maXVH4qt4

      Nate "Hi Mom!" after swim
      www.youtube.com/watch?v=I8LXmV9D5vg

      Nate from the beach
      www.youtube.com/watch?v=TF836LF4efM

      Nate jump on GoPro (HD)
      www.youtube.com/watch?v=rEcGV8obb3E

    • Strive

      7 years ago

      Havoc1

      Ringing in the new year with Alaskan Amber after about 3 hours of putting a workbench together with "help" from the kids. I should have started boozing earlier.

      The new year is moments away. I don't ask for peace or wealth or happiness in 2012. I ask only for the challenges and opportunities necessary to progress toward achieving my personal and professional potential--as well as the strength to meet them.

      I wish you the same.

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    • To all my brothers and sisters

      7 years ago

      Havoc1

      in harm's way (again), and especially to their families, Merry Christmas: I hope the next one sees you together again. I wish I was out there on the job right now, but since I can't be, I'll enjoy being with the family and continue preparing.

      Take the fight to the enemy, until there is no enemy, but peace.

    • What's the difference...

      7 years ago

      Havoc1

      ...between a peeping tom and a pick-pocket?

      A pick-pocket snatches your watch. A peeping tom...

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  • Comments (2746)

    • bikemancs

      9 years ago

      HEy, did you get the addy?

    • Gael

      9 years ago

      I'm excited. =)

      I got kind of a cool compliment(?) from the airmen in my class before graduation this morning. They made a slightly negative comment about officers but promptly turned around and said "not you ma'am, we mean the rest of the officers. You're more like a warrant officer."

    • bikemancs

      9 years ago

      Addy on Facebook.... otherwise send to 2/402 AMC at Balad...

    • Gael

      9 years ago

      Dude, tell me about it! "Bobby" is tall but he's got padding as well to get that weight up. You should have seen the look on my face when he said he wanted to challenge me. All I could do was play defense and save my strength until he got tired and did something stupid. I just tried to stay on one shoulder so he couldn't flatten me out and just use his weight, and eventually he gave me his back. Amazing how well that strategy works. ;)

      Long story short, I'll be returning as a female instructor when they bring the Level 1 and Level 2 courses to Tinker, and I think I'm going to get in on the competitive team they're trying to put together. Juice seemed happy about that.

    • Gael

      9 years ago

      Yep.. we've got a Wing commander now, but that's not the half of it. ACC gave Combat Comms over to.... AFSPC. So yeah, we work for Space now. Who stood up the 24th Combat Communications Wing. Thus far I'm impressed with the new wing/cc so I think this won't be too bad. Although we had a telephone recall last night at 10pm. We've only been part of Space for a week now and it's already gay.

    • DadHavoc

      9 years ago

      I support PETA

      People Eating Tasty Animals!

    • Gael

      9 years ago

      I'm supposed to ask you how to irritate Col Byrge at CRS next week. =)

    • Titanroller

      9 years ago

      Hey there Cap, what did you mean when you called me a HEAT?

    • reSpawn

      9 years ago

      So...summer 2010?


      ...sure, why not? smiley1.gif

    • GoldenZephyr

      9 years ago

      I'm trying to make my own M24/M40 system. Gonna go balls out.

      I'm turning my M1A Scout into an EBR of sorts. Different Kaliforniastan stock and a laser, ACOG, light combo to make it a 7.62 CQB death machine. I'll probably play with a Super Match/M21/M25 system later.

    • your_funeral

      9 years ago

      Well, you should be able to at least install it. Steam has an offline mode as I said. Go to File > Go Offline.

      If Steam honestly won't let you install it without checking the CD key online first, then you truly are fucked. I hate that shit too, but I love Steam more than I hate it because digital downloading is convenient and fast. It's the future.

      Try just keeping Steam in offline mode and then installing it that way, and maybe it won't try to access the internet to verify the registration and CD key. Otherwise, you might be able to use a keygen, but would never be able to play it online.

    • GoldenZephyr

      9 years ago

      I have a Remington 870 Express.

    • bikemancs

      9 years ago

      no thanks on the Halal meals... I still don't understand that... oh well...

      If you want me to check anything out while you're still over there, and I haven't left yet, let me know... you know when I leave...

    • Gael

      9 years ago

      Haha, strangely that does kind of make sense. Thanks for the insight!

    • Gael

      9 years ago

      Since I can't edit... even the Navy and Marines seem to have that interpretation, since every one of them drank both at Shannon and Leipzig. It only seems to be the Army that includes transitory flights.

    • Gael

      9 years ago

      Yeah, but I guess his (and the rest of the AF's argument) is that it applies to troops in a combat zone. Now granted I haven't read it in a while, but I don't remember anything explicitly about transiting to and from said combat zone.

    • DadHavoc

      9 years ago

      Are you back finally? Still at the same place and mailing address? Things as usual here. Farmer is cutting hay like made and the weiners bark at him every time he goes by. Still putting the house back together. Wish that was done. Be safe, Dad

    • Gael

      10 years ago

      Nonono.. more along the lines of OPSEC. I'm proud as hell of what I do but you never know the motivations of the people around you. And especially since we'd all been drinking.. didn't really want to put a military face on whatever might have followed. Under different circumstances, I don't think any of us would have denied it.

    • Gael

      10 years ago

      Ouch. Well, hooray for the milestone at least. =) Enjoy your time at home.

    • bikemancs

      10 years ago

      hit me up tomorrow. Enjoy the time home!

    • user5

      10 years ago

      Oh yeah, well HHCs are a bitch, that is true. Ours has a CO who is pretty much inept and doesn't realize it, so the XO over there is essentially the CO as well. For all intents and purposes at least. At any rate, they don't get tasked out quite as much as it sounds like you do. All the shitbags -- officers, NCOs, and soldiers alike seem to get sent down there -- so they're never really effective at anything it seems.

      Anyways, I was just saying, if you're going home for mid-tour leave might as well throw him in the fire right away since he's going to have to be tracking his duties and yours for the next few weeks.

      I'm in a line battery in an FA BN. We have a maneuver mission though. We only fire our guns every six months or so to keep up on certifications. We'll be firing them again in Kuwait in about 5 weeks now. I still can't figure out why we are bringing them down range when there's millions of fucking tons of equipment that needs to be removed from Iraq. I'm sure we could find some god damn TPE artillery pieces to not shoot.

    • tomii FIRST Member Star(s) Indication of membership status - One star is a FIRST member, two stars is Double Gold

      10 years ago

      AAR - howto...

      1) ALL INCLUSIVE - ours was the "Dreams Punta Cana"
      2) Put on a gob of sunscreen
      3) It is 85-90F with >80% humidity
      4) Pool opens at 08:00
      5) Swim-up bar opens at... 09:00? (I usually had my 1st drink ~10:00)
      6) Space them out. I got carried away on day 2 & got a hellacious sunburn (I think I drank more than a bottle of vodka)


      Check out Apple Vacations. I think the airfare & weekend combined set us back ~$1600... Not sure if that was total or each, though.

      DR - nice place to visit, but I wouldn't want to live there.

      Scuba: We dove "Deep Blue" and "Monica's Wreck"

      Monica's wreck was pretty nifty, with schools of baby barracuda...

    • pt606

      10 years ago

      i don't wipe, so there is no issues for me

      You don't wipe because there are no tissues for you. Shake it off and air-dry, soldier.

    • pt606

      10 years ago

      Be sure to tell Erin's sister that you BOLO'd the race because you forgot to properly apply the taint paint!

      Mary, mother of God. It's a real product.

    • GoldenZephyr

      10 years ago

      I have a bunch of USGI magazines I picked up at a gun show here. Of course they are all 10 round but I can't help that. You caught me away from the house this week because of the range. (i'm staying with a friend on base) I have a book written by a Mr. Kulick(sp?) who is the chief armorer for Fulton Armory. He's the SME on M14's and M1A's. If he touched it, I'd say any Fulton product would be good to go.

    • GoldenZephyr

      10 years ago

      I have a bunch of USGI magazines I picked up at a gun show here. Of course they are all 10 round but I can't help that. You caught me away from the house this week because of the range. (i'm staying with a friend on base) I have a book written by a Mr. Kulick(sp?) who is the chief armorer for Fulton Armory. He's the SME on M14's and M1A's. If he touched it, I'd say any Fulton product would be good to go.

    • pt606

      10 years ago

      There's always masturbation, dude. But then again, you don't wanna waste all that back pressure you've been saving for Sun-Ja. Especially when you're this short to block leave.

      Interbuttz it is.

    • pt606

      10 years ago

      What the dilly, broseph? I saw you online and thought, "Ha! Fucking REMF." Then I realized I'm sitting behind my desk. In my office.

    • Titanroller

      10 years ago

      How's the suck today bossman?

    • jtpeton

      10 years ago

      I left a photo for you in my photo gallery.Check it out

    • tomii FIRST Member Star(s) Indication of membership status - One star is a FIRST member, two stars is Double Gold

      10 years ago

      You need one of these

    • bikemancs

      10 years ago

      Hey, look me up when you get in from leave, esp for one of the Bs...

    • Brittewater FIRST Member Star(s) Indication of membership status - One star is a FIRST member, two stars is Double Gold

      10 years ago

      Defending the country is noble and all, and it might get some people in, but the guys that stay, stay to take care of their buddies. If you don't understand the urge to close with and destroy the enemy by fire and maneuver, you don't understand the Infantry or any other combat arms MOS. It's an alpha male thing. I'm wired to be a hunter. I embrace this. I am a predator. My job, reduced to its simplest form, is to kill people and break their shit as efficiently and effectively as possible through the controlled application of shock and violence. Killing people isn't necessarily the reason I joined up--it's more like one of the perks.


      I believe you misunderstood what I meant when I said that it's disturbing. From the conversation I overheard to his friend, he went in for the soul purpose of killing people and not getting busted for it. I know that your job is to kill people and in order to stay and survive you need to be able to do that, but what this guy expressed was more....evil than fighting among his brothers.

    • PhoDacBiet

      10 years ago

      Ah, honestly, I have mixed feelings about the whole episode. Yes, many people are terrified about another VaTech-shooting. And yeah, the Matt kid was basically in the wrong place at the wrong time. But to the untrained eye, an airsoft rifle and the real deal would look pretty similar, especially at a distance, right? :shrugs:


      Concealed carry for students, then? Lol...

    • Box

      10 years ago

      You are amazing.


      Keep up the good fight.


      Take care.

      God bless. Stay safe.

    • Scimitar7

      10 years ago

      Well, a '69 Charger is both a rare and popular car (I mean, Dukes of Hazzard destroyed how many of them?). There are many old muscle cars that can be bought and restored for MUCH cheaper. Like my Nova, for example, you can still find those in decent, running condition for less than $2500. A little mechanical know-how, probably some DIY body work, and maybe freshen up the interior, and there you have it. All in all, it really just depends on your wants, needs, budget, and most importantly, patience.

    • Scimitar7

      10 years ago

      I don't know the final number, but I do know that the guy that owns it paid somewhere in the neighborhood of $30,000 in parts alone. My old man generally charges $25/hr for labor, and to my knowledge most restorations of this level take between 900-1100 hours. This job was spread out over 3 1/2 years, and was restored to "original" status, but can you imagine those ones on TV that take between a week and a month and have those high-dollar upgrades? Insanity

    • MiraSuMuerte FIRST Member Star(s) Indication of membership status - One star is a FIRST member, two stars is Double Gold /dev/null

      10 years ago

      Rule 35. Not allowed to sing “High Speed Dirt†by Megadeth during airborne operations. (“See the earth below/Soon to make a crater/Blue sky, black death, I’m off to meet my makerâ€Â)

    • Flashbang_89

      10 years ago

      I take it your not gonna be easyone me then.

      Eh looked it up.

      Post edited 7/01/09 5:21PM

    • msenkarik

      10 years ago

      my reasons for smoking and drinking last night were a bit different. ran into a dude i knew from way back in the day... a guy i am superior to in every way. a dude who had no business being in the Army, muchless with a commission, and he's now got Captain's bars and a CIB. made me look down at my chest and feel like a failure at life.

      as much as a love being a soldier, i can't stay in if i can't advance and just feel worthless because of it.

    • p3drit0

      10 years ago

      see i don't know if its fear of heights or the fact that i'm a pilot and fly the planes, but simply can NOT imagine jumping out of a perfectly good aircraft! sheer madness i tell you!!!

      that's cool for you - does that mean silver or gold jump wings?

    • MiraSuMuerte FIRST Member Star(s) Indication of membership status - One star is a FIRST member, two stars is Double Gold /dev/null

      10 years ago

      Kill!

      er

      Hello.

    • armeav8r

      10 years ago

      I figured it was something like that.

    • armeav8r

      10 years ago

      What happened to the "Jacking up the SGM" story? I was looking for a follow up! smiley1.gif

    • bobomonkey

      10 years ago

      It is genetically impossible for me to be subtle.

      Post edited 6/26/09 3:35PM

    • fnbitch

      10 years ago

      give me 72 sluts who know their way around!

      I like the way you think! smiley0.gif

    • bikemancs

      10 years ago

      Oh yeah, remember the unit you had problems getting Ammo from just prior to your deployment? Yeah, I'm pretty sure that's the unit I'm now working for...

    • bikemancs

      10 years ago

      Especially when it's time for you to give me my M1 back... smiley8.gif

    • GoldenZephyr

      10 years ago

      I did say addicting, right? I wonder if a new text is up? (they are effing funny. Almost a new page every day.)

    • p3drit0

      10 years ago

      In reply to your lead .gif

      just when ultimate fighting couldn't get any less hetero...

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