What do you guys read on operations?

#1
Hi, my name is Vicki and I've just returned from a stint at BATUS in Canada reporting on Merseyside soldiers and the work they're doing there.

As a result, we've decided to set up a blog dedicated to the work of Merseyside servicemen and women on the ECHO site and that should be up and running in a few days - your comments, good and bad, will be welcomed!

In the meantime, I was wondering what you guys read in your 'downtime' on operations and wondering if you could help me by posting on my 'other' blog? http://bit.ly/672i5

Your help would be much appreciated! I'm sure people would want to know!
 
#3
Porn, obviously.
 
#4
girlfromtheecho said:
Hi, my name is Vicki and I've just returned from a stint at BATUS in Canada reporting on Merseyside soldiers and the work they're doing there.

As a result, we've decided to set up a blog dedicated to the work of Merseyside servicemen and women on the ECHO site and that should be up and running in a few days - your comments, good and bad, will be welcomed!

In the meantime, I was wondering what you guys read in your 'downtime' on operations and wondering if you could help me by posting on my 'other' blog? http://bit.ly/672i5

Your help would be much appreciated! I'm sure people would want to know!
Depends where I am/were, overseas exercise probably meant I had a small collection of Satr'e, some abstract poetry and a Racing Times, adventure training would allow me to chill a bit with copies of the Viz, Private Eye and a smattering of politico satire.....On operations however I tended to lean towards 'gash open' shots, still images of forceful sodomy, 'play' rape stories and the odd xxx gay shoot.

PM me for links and a Swan Vesta box with a pubic hair in x x
 
#5
We can read?
 
#6
Is this just for Scousers? If not, I read Hunter S. Thompson's "Fear And Loathing In Las Vegas", my Good News Bible, copies of Viz that I nicked from W.H. Smith on the way to Brize and, finally, The Book Of Mormon given to me by some American street preacher... crap reading, but good bum-fodder. .. and you can roll a fag with their paper. Also, a letter from my daughter... awwwwww x
 
#8
Circus_Pony said:
Maps, mainly...
Don't rule out the officers so quickly!
 

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#10
The instruction manual for the said operation and a relevent medical journal usually help, for instance when I perform female circumcisions or abortions in my garage, I find a copy of Swank, The British Medical Journal and Hugh Fearnley-Whittingstall's River Cottage Fish Cookbook to be most helpful.
 
#11
I used to have a rag eared copy of the Kays catalogue on my wagon, the pages where lingerie was being modelled were all stuck together, funny that, we had no glue on the truck.
 
#12
Anything by JT Edson.
 
#13
Hey, no it's not just for Scousers... interested in anyone's feedback really - I'm going to transfer over onto my blog the comments I can... it is a family newspaper :)
Thanks for these!
 
#14
Maps, orders, and well maps and orders, look at but dont read porn too I guess........................jesus that time allready, got to go get my hair permed.
 
#15
The blog - by the way - is http://bit.ly/672i5 if you want to do it yourself... I don't mind either way. Just interested.
 
#16
Might this be a good point to note that in all seriousness, well done Liverpool Echo for launching this blog?
 
#17
Girl from Theeco - where on earth is Theeco?
 
#20
girlfromtheecho said:
The blog - by the way - is http://bit.ly/672i5 if you want to do it yourself... I don't mind either way. Just interested.
Enough of all that, do you (A) have an apartment by the docks ? (B) possess an arrse like a ten year old Thai paddy field worker ? (C) bank more than 2k after tax ? If yes, I am looking for a co-editor on my bi-monthly village circulation, its a live in position, involves minimal dog walking and you get fed ....
 

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