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Screamin' Scout
Ft. Campbell, KY USA
I'm looking forward to our next "Rendezvous with Destiny"
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"The only man that can beat Michael Bisping is Michael Bisping"…….except for that time Hendo stiffened the dude like a board with a right hand
Toggle Commented Mar 28, 2014 on The Real Michael Bisping (Koala Boy) at BLACKFIVE
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I may have to give this book a read. Crush, have you read KBL: Kill bin Laden by John Weisman? I'm told it's very similar with few exceptions.
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This was one of those "Candidate" comments that no one except his bark humping, socialist base actually believed. "Candidate Obama" hit all his Moon Howling talking points...."President Obama" got in the big boy seat and realized ideology and bleeding hearts have very little relevance in the real world, especially as it relates to the continued effort of keeping this country safe. I'm not voting for the current CiC but thank the good lord he realized these vermin had no place in society other then Club Gitmo.
Toggle Commented Aug 18, 2012 on Obama's Gitmo Blues at BLACKFIVE
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I think they are nothing more then pawns at this point but they have a foot in the door and we can hope that in the future these women will be seen as trail blazers in that country and the surrounding countries with similar backwards views towards women. An Afghan FET is critical to the fight.
Toggle Commented Jul 2, 2012 on Serious Business at BLACKFIVE
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The good news is I doubt it even phases our boys. The bad news is this nauseating PC environment that continues to rear its ugly head and make my blood pressure rise. Lets just make all targets white guys since apparently we are the group that either won't be offended or won't bitch enough about being offended. Of all the things going on in the world the silhouette is an issue? Hey CAIR, I don't care and neither do 95% of the people in this country
Toggle Commented Jul 2, 2012 on The Soft Ones at BLACKFIVE
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No upside to sticking our nose in this. Many countries in that region have doused themselves in gasoline. I say let them spark the match and see what happens with the one caveat... F with Israel and you all pay. Besides that, if the Sunni's and Shia's want their holy war then let them have it. I get it, we need the oil, but lets just sit this one out and see how it actually shakes out. We need the oil but they need our money for the oil. Seems like that region says jump and we say 'how high?'. Forget this noise. Turkey isn't in imminent danger. One fighter getting shot down that may or may have not been in Syrian airspace doesn't constitute our blood and treasure. By the way, we remove the current regime and replace it with who exactly? Hell no. We don't need this and neither does NATO.
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We're soldiers, not policy makers. We joined to defend our country, we don't pick who and wear to fight, we just say we'll do the heavy lifting for our country and countrymen. It always amazes me that people like this blame the soldier. Would she not rent to a WWII vet? Outside of the Revolutionary War, WWII is probably the most "popular" war with the greatest public backing. If Iraq and Afghanistan had the overwhelming backing of WWII would she still pull this stunt? Doubt it. This is blind political correctness at it's worse. Be anti war, rational folks are, but be an adult and use your head. Blame the dicks that decided to use planes as missiles and killed your fellow countrymen, not the people who raised their hands and volunteered to go stomp mud holes in the enemy's ass.
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Exactly why I'll always love and support the Death Penalty. The guilty should pay and theres no reason to keep them around normal people in society.
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I'm sure that these soldiers were following orders so none of them should be in trouble nor should they be made to leave the country if in fact that is true. I can appreciate that Afghanistan has forward thinking people and they want to see the Taliban and al Qaeda gone forever but like Pakistan, these people are few and they need to start speaking up and speaking out. As far as I know, these Quaran's were used to pass messages back and forth and that's why they were destroyed. No malicious intent, no incendiary intent. Just soldiers doing their jobs. Granted those people are incredibly sensitive to any "insult" to their beliefs but enough is enough. The severe lack of education is the primary reason these people over react to things like cartoons. It's very frustrating and annoying the weight people put on that book that 80% or more of them can't even read or interpret for themselves. Having been there and having been in the extremely poor southern areas below Khandahar, I know their lives revolve around praying, farming, praying, eating and sleeping and then starting that whole cycle over. That to me is a huge contributor to their hair pin triggers of emotion. No education and no fun. It doesn't occur to most there that maybe other people have different opinions and different religions. It doesn't occur to most people there that maybe women can do more then make meals and make babies. It doesn't occur to them that even cartoons and burning a book doesn't destroy an entire religion or their identities as Muslims. There's a severe lack of logic and outside the box thinking on their part. We shouldn't be apologizing and excusing this bad behavior. Instead of calling for a ridiculous trial their leaders should be pointing to their animal like rioting and murdering and condemning it. That country is doomed because its stuck on stupid. Weather we leave now or in 10 years I doubt we can make a difference because we seem to care more about being PC and pussyfooting around then taking a true stand and condemning bad behavior.
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Screaming Allah Akbar on a plane is code for "Please whip my ass".
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Yea, I'm not thinking Egypt or Libya's revolutions have turned out too great and I'm not sure we needs to rush into Syria to satisfy our bleeding hearts until we know EXACTLY who is stepping in. That said, consider we had Karzai lined up for the fall of the Taliban and that guy and his gang aren't looking too friendly at the moment. I'm starting to think we need to hang tough with Israel and India, true allies in the region, and let the rest of the region have at it. Enough with trying to come to the rescue of people that don't hold our values. A little saying in the Army should hold true to the people of Egypt if they can't feed themselves..."Pain Retains" Remember who caused you the pain and it isn't the Great and Little Satan.
Toggle Commented Feb 6, 2012 on Arab Spring, Fall & Crash? at BLACKFIVE
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Lucky bastards. I wish the Army would get a sweet location like Australia. I love that country.
Toggle Commented Nov 13, 2011 on US Marines based in Australia! at BLACKFIVE
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"We see bad cops – but we don’t think all policemen are bad nor do we pretend that law enforcement as a whole deserves blanket condemnation." ~Honestly this comment is game, set, and match. Any rational person reads or hears that rebuttal to the garbage spewed in this article and will wish they had the 5 mins of their life back that they wasted reading this noise.
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No doubt and like I said, it would take all I had not to kick one of the Westboro Baptist scum in thew teeth if I was at a buddy's funeral but the moderate Muslim's of the world need to speak up and challenge the Muslim's of the world to break through the image of them being butt hurt little sissies....especially not seeing the Quran being burnt right in front of their faces but rather reacting to hearsay. I think another way to look at this is it's condescending to have a "see what you made them do" attitude. Why not expect them to act rational? Why not give equal scourn to them for violent responses and statements? There's 300 Million Americans. It's safe to assume we have a few a-holes here. I don't know, maybe I'm expecting to much from people who are generally uneducated but I think the balanced approach is to shame inflamatory and over reaction all the same.
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I'm with Michael in MI here. Like these "Church" groups or not, it's non violent protest and their constitutional right. Where's the American Muslim groups condemning the act but recognizing the right as Americans to do it while calling for Muslims around the world to not take the bait and riot like savages? How about some scourn and riducule from the Muslim community for rioting over cartoons? Burning the Quran is an inflamatory act but at the end of the day it's ink on paper being destroyed by idiots trying to get publicity for their cult. Here is a big chance for the "Ground Zero" Imam to step up to the plate and show his American values by defending the rights of people he doesn't agree with. Show me something Muslim community. As for putting me and my buddies in more danger, the PC ROE's and roadside bombs are a little more dangerous in the South of Afghanistan. I understand Gen. Petreaus was more or less trying to make a PC statement to stop this inflamatory act, but lets not get carried away with this endangering us anymore then we already are. It's not the first time the Taliban has said Americans burn Quran's and are on a Crusade against Islam. I hate the Westboro Baptist Cult and would love to kick their teeth in for what they do at funerals but at the moment our laws allow it and I as a soldier have to honor that even though I despise them. We fight them in courts and with reason and decency in the media. We don't riot like savages.
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So let me get this right. I could receive a medal for NOT doing what I was trained to do? "Congrats on graduating 11 Bravo, you're one of the Army's trigger puller's....now don't pull that trigger and this shiny coin could be yours!" Am I taking crazy pills? Will there be a tab awarded to "Chairbourne Rangers" going to sick call all the time now? WTF
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....very cool and another cool fact about Lt. Norris is Navy SEAL Mike Thorton was awarded his MOH saving Lt. Norris' life in Viet Nam. I believe it's the only time in history an MOH was awarded to someone for saving the life of a previous MOH recipient.
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Great job by the hit team and feel free to use my Passport next time you have a "big fishing" trip planned.
Toggle Commented Feb 20, 2010 on The Assassination of Mahmoud al-Mabhouh at BLACKFIVE
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Hooah Mr. Kindred, my thoughts and prayers are with your son, my brother in arms.
Toggle Commented Feb 6, 2010 on Just how evil is the Taliban? at BLACKFIVE
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Thank you OS54, it's a real honor to serve and I will certainly draw strength from the Lord, my family, friends and Patriots like you and the others here on this blog.
Toggle Commented Feb 6, 2010 on Just how evil is the Taliban? at BLACKFIVE
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Roger that Crush, it will be our pleasure to arrange the meeting...My BCT is scheduled to leave around June and push into the south/southeast once we get there. We're being told comms will be tough in the beginning of the deployment but rest assured I'll have my laptop and will do my best to get the truth on the ground to you guys at B5.
Toggle Commented Feb 5, 2010 on Just how evil is the Taliban? at BLACKFIVE
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Stories like this are a big part in why I enlisted. I can't wait for the summer, lets see if they want to come and fight men when we surge in. My platoon and I got something for them
Toggle Commented Feb 5, 2010 on Just how evil is the Taliban? at BLACKFIVE
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Hooah Uncle J....I mean James
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Wow, a reality slap from Sarcozy the American....I like it. Stop listening to "Imagine" from John Lennon an govern with your head not your heart Mr. President.
Toggle Commented Sep 26, 2009 on Out Cowboy'd By the FRENCH?? at BLACKFIVE
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Double tap and there's no one to release.
Toggle Commented Aug 21, 2009 on Scottish Sympathy & Libyan Perfidy at BLACKFIVE
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