The Military.com challenge

#7
corporal , i've been pretty scathing in my posts about your fellow countrymen , and have realised by generalising in the way i was i'm no less blinkered than the redneck f**kers i'm slagging off, so , my apologies to your good self and the other "good guys". now lets go bait some hillbillies. :lol:
 
#9
shortfuse said:
corporal , i've been pretty scathing in my posts about your fellow countrymen , and have realised by generalising in the way i was i'm no less blinkered than the redneck f**kers i'm slagging off, so , my apologies to your good self and the other "good guys". now lets go bait some hillbillies. :lol:
No problem mate!

When I get home tonight, I'm going to set up an account on Mil.com. I'm thinking about going by the name "Longduckdong". :D
 
#10
I think point-counterpoint is best for this little game. Its a real viper's nest!
It might help if you mention your military.com ID here, so we can track your progress. Good luck!!
 
#11
shortfuse said:
my apologies to your good self and the other "good guys". now lets go bait some hillbillies. :lol:
most of our septics on here are a good laugh (LNV and GQ excluded of course) good to see them coming on side against a common foe.
 
#13
dare I suggest not posting your mil IDs here - and thus creating an on-line reference for the mil freaks to check on. Surely the native Tommy charm will shine through???
 
#19
Well, I'm banned. But look at this:

SurfaceDog: Regardless of your feelings for the Rangers of today, no one should claim either rank or membership where it doesn't exist. Just because it's the name of a fictional character doesn't make it any less offensive when someone claims a rank that they did not earn. Not even Sergeant Pepper.
Now, slap my face if you think this is odd, but I can't see how calling yourself Sergeant Pepper would be offensive. I'd think 'must be a Beatles fan'. As in Gunny Highway, I loved the film Heartbreak Ridge when it came out because of the black humour. So I use the 'fictional character' name to sign in. Anyone who uses his or her real names, I believe, is taking a big chance. It doesn't take me 5 minutes to go via a certain website with your first name and surname, and location, and I then have your address, phone number, neighbours names, and so on and so on. I'm not so much worried about my personal security, I'm more worried about ID theft in the consumer world. My credit card has already been used a few times in casinos in Las Vegas and in Asia, and this was because of me being lax on the internet.

Anywhoooo, I wouldn't bother your arrse trying to post or comment unless you agree with their comments.
 

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