- 25-04-2012, 19:26 #1
Getting a bite out of Pte Joe Glenton
Also in the Int Cell, thought I'd throw it in here as well.
Trawling the Guardian website as I often do, (know your enemy) I was interested to read this article by everyones favourite former serviceman.
Why I refused to return to fight in Afghanistan's brutal occupation | Joe Glenton | Comment is free | guardian.co.uk
I manage to get a bite out of him on page 6 of the comments.
(At least, i hope its him.)
Its still open if anyone fancies having a word as well.
Also interested to hear he is bringing out a book.
- 25-04-2012, 19:29 #2
You really, really, really need to get out more. Cunt.Try not to die a virgin. When you get to heaven they make you fuck a suicide bomber.
- 25-04-2012, 20:31 #3
- 25-04-2012, 20:43 #4
That's not me on the Guardian comments page, and you would have to try a lot harder than that to get a nibble out of me.[SIGPIC][/SIGPIC]
- 25-04-2012, 20:48 #5
- 25-04-2012, 20:51 #6
- Join Date
- Dec 2005
- Sitting in the office on my shiny backside, drinking a brew and surfing on ARRSE
- 25-04-2012, 21:27 #7
- 25-04-2012, 21:40 #8
- 26-04-2012, 04:45 #9
- Join Date
- Jan 2009
Legs, you are judgmental and prejudiced.
There will always be wimps, big girls' blouses and cowards in society, but we must find a way to ensure that these heretofore despised minorities are granted the opportunity to live rich, fulfilling lives.
Naturally, if they want to join the bold ranks of HM's infantry, they should be encouraged to do so. Of course, if that means they fill their trous during bayonet training, go all-a-quiver on the ranges and - naturally! - leg it to the opposite side of the world when deployment orders are posted, so be it.
Kindly broaden your thinking. This is the 21st century.Britain's bloodiest post-WWII battle - the full story is told at last:
- 26-04-2012, 05:47 #10