I HATE MOVERS I HATE MOVERS I HATE MOVERS I HATE MOVERS

#1
A sister thread to the I HATE CRABS one, which has now turned into a bickering session between Movers of both the light blue and green (do they wear green? I give them the benefit of the doubt) persuasion.
 
#2
Queensman said:
A sister thread to the I HATE CRABS one, which has now turned into a bickering session between Movers of both the light blue and green (do they wear green? I give them the benefit of the doubt) persuasion.

Cnuts.
Original but dull Q
 
#4
Q,
You mean we saw you off on that thread, so like a coward you start abuse elsewhere.

As previously stated, I can happily deal with facts. Give me something tangible and we can have a discussion.

Thought an important Ex-Infantry (probably TA) officer would have better things to do; sadly not it appears...
 
#5
hellfyyr said:
Q,
You mean we saw you off on that thread, so like a coward you start abuse elsewhere.

As previously stated, I can happily deal with facts. Give me something tangible and we can have a discussion.

Thought an important Ex-Infantry (probably TA) officer would have better things to do; sadly not it appears...
Got him!
 
#6
Queensman said:
Ouch!
Got him, now where's the keep net?!
I am sure we have been here before. You are pathetic; such responses are better suited to the NAAFI.

As usual, you play the "I was getting him to bite" line when challenged, to cover the fact that you are quite dim and haven't a clue about the subject matter.
 
#10
Can you explain to me why a military air-move bears a closer resemblance to Securicor taking Knuckles and Beefy to Pentonville than the transport of an all-volunteer, motivated body of HM's soldiers? I calculate that in 20+ years of military insanity I gave up about two-three months of my life in "hurrying up and waiting" at Brize or Lyneham or the AOD on the return journey.

That is a scary thought, I hadn't seen that number written down before although I always knew it had to be something like that...remember to buy copies of my military autobiography coming soon "I was a prisoner of the RAF" by Lt Col XXX XXXX TD and bar
 
#11
Cuddles said:
Can you explain to me why a military air-move bears a closer resemblance to Securicor taking Knuckles and Beefy to Pentonville than the transport of an all-volunteer, motivated body of HM's soldiers? I calculate that in 20+ years of military insanity I gave up about two-three months of my life in "hurrying up and waiting" at Brize or Lyneham or the AOD on the return journey.

That is a scary thought, I hadn't seen that number written down before although I always knew it had to be something like that...remember to buy copies of my military autobiography coming soon "I was a prisoner of the RAF" by Lt Col XXX XXXX TD and bar
Thats quite simple, we're spending too much money on Bombs, Bullets and Big Ballistic things that go Bang and not enough Blankets, Bogs, Beans and Brize Based Bloody Big airplanes that Bloody well fly. Ha Ha

As for the 'hurry up and wait'? Well that starts with the Sandhurst SNCO and gets perfected in the Field Army. We should just be thankful that when we get to Brize we don't have to empty our Berghans and hold up the worlds oldest set of Bino's and Compass just before we get on the plane. Ha Ha

"ARMY!!!" (foot stamping) "Be Baffled By Bullsh1t, B#LL'OCKs and Big Bellied Biff chitted B#stards Bound for the rear party"
 
#12
hellfyyr said:
Q,
You mean we saw you off on that thread, so like a coward you start abuse elsewhere.

As previously stated, I can happily deal with facts. Give me something tangible and we can have a discussion.

Thought an important Ex-Infantry (probably TA) officer would have better things to do; sadly not it appears...
Who the hell is 'WE'? You sad lonely tw@t.

'Deal with facts' - may I refer you back to the umpteen pages of facts on the I hate Crabs thread.

And, what have you got against the TA? Agreed - they probably don't like movers either. I'll ask one (a Terrier) when I next meet one.
 
#13
The problem with movers is that they sit in offices and think that they are connected with real soldiers. Sorry a MPC course does not make you into a frontline soldier.

try to get out more and see what all your messing about does to the boys on the ground. :x
 
#14
Queensman said:
hellfyyr said:
Q,
You mean we saw you off on that thread, so like a coward you start abuse elsewhere.

As previously stated, I can happily deal with facts. Give me something tangible and we can have a discussion.

Thought an important Ex-Infantry (probably TA) officer would have better things to do; sadly not it appears...
Who the hell is 'WE'? You sad lonely tw@t.

'Deal with facts' - may I refer you back to the umpteen pages of facts on the I hate Crabs thread.

And, what have you got against the TA? Agreed - they probably don't like movers either. I'll ask one (a Terrier) when I next meet one.
Did WE make you bite?

As for the facts, if you read through the aformentioned thread, it is mostly childish tittle tattle and devoid of any real issues. Those facts that do appear related to a lack of information given to the troops, which I agree could be better. I fight for this on your behalf daily.

I have nothing against the TA at all, but enjoyed your reaction, thanks!
 
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gaphot said:
The problem with movers is that they sit in offices and think that they are connected with real soldiers. Sorry a MPC course does not make you into a frontline soldier.

try to get out more and see what all your messing about does to the boys on the ground. :x
My mission, which I do choose to accept on a daily basis is to minimise disruption to the troops. I am quite succesful at this thanks.

We even look after fringe groups like you my dear chap! Balloon Corps, Cloud Appreciation Society or idiots like yourself; we are not fussy who we help.

Why are you sorry that an MPC course does not change people into frontline soldiers? It's not your fault old boy...
 
#16
gaphop said:
Sorry a MPC course does not make you into a frontline soldier.
That statement encompasses anyone who is not an infanteer! So keep slating all those not in the infantry! :D

Personally, I don't wish to be a frontline soldier or else I would have joined those great guys who are employed by our lovely government to get shot at by bad guys! (or good depending on what side of the fence you happen to be sat on) :wink:
 
#17
Queensman said:
This is a contentious thread/posting. But it does deserve a sensible response.

The day the announcements were made public, it was as I recall a Friday, I, having dressed, was crunching my cornflakes reading the Torygraph when I saw the citations etc about all of 1PWRR's gongs and shot back upstairs to put my PWRR Regimental tie on ready to face the world with pride. I confess to an uncontrolable bout of chin wobbling whilst reading young Beharry's citation. Incredible. Fantastic. Outstanding. The kids asked Mummy why Daddy was crying. I wrote that day to Matt Maer to congratulate him and his Bn for their outstanding performance. This was all most awkward because I am implacably against British involvement in this illegal war. However, the deeds were done, and needed to be recognised. I personally am thrilled that Beharry got the top gong.

Now then, last week I received a letter from someone 'fairly senior' in theatre who wrote '.....1 PWRR did indeed do well with the hons and awards. I have to say that quite a lot was due to Matt Maer's excellent PR machine: his fellows had no worse a time than the Cheshires, who got next to nothing. You will note that the VC winner was black. Had he been white, would he have got it? I leave it to you to judge.'

Phew! Very tricky. But, as far as I'm concerned it's 'Well done Private Beharry VC!'

Actually, Queensman is obviously not that bad. How you were capable of posting such drivel in this thread when you can produce good stuff like this is beyond me...
 
#18
hellfyyr said:
Queensman said:
This is a contentious thread/posting. But it does deserve a sensible response.

The day the announcements were made public, it was as I recall a Friday, I, having dressed, was crunching my cornflakes reading the Torygraph when I saw the citations etc about all of 1PWRR's gongs and shot back upstairs to put my PWRR Regimental tie on ready to face the world with pride. I confess to an uncontrolable bout of chin wobbling whilst reading young Beharry's citation. Incredible. Fantastic. Outstanding. The kids asked Mummy why Daddy was crying. I wrote that day to Matt Maer to congratulate him and his Bn for their outstanding performance. This was all most awkward because I am implacably against British involvement in this illegal war. However, the deeds were done, and needed to be recognised. I personally am thrilled that Beharry got the top gong.

Now then, last week I received a letter from someone 'fairly senior' in theatre who wrote '.....1 PWRR did indeed do well with the hons and awards. I have to say that quite a lot was due to Matt Maer's excellent PR machine: his fellows had no worse a time than the Cheshires, who got next to nothing. You will note that the VC winner was black. Had he been white, would he have got it? I leave it to you to judge.'

Phew! Very tricky. But, as far as I'm concerned it's 'Well done Private Beharry VC!'

Actually, Queensman is obviously not that bad. How you were capable of posting such drivel in this thread when you can produce good stuff like this is beyond me...
I was bored. And I like winding you up!
 

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#20
Just to add support to Queensman - I've been Regular, am now TA, and - guess what - I still get fecked about by movers. Decent, equal opps bunch that they are, they'll feck around anyone, regardless of colour, race, creed, sexual orientation, or Cap Badge. The Rank involved is different, of course, as they don't mess about with 'real' Grown Ups so much :)

They are still tyros, of course, compared to the Crabs in this - isn't that sad, joining the Army to be a Crab-wannabee?
 
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