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cool link, at least they are making the best out of a bad situation
 

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Dr. Evil, you've obviously never been to Iraq. When you are over there all there is to do is work and workout and read. You make the time go by however you can. It's not a fun experience, so making the best of it is all you can do.

Before you open your mouth again I suggest you try spending 180 days in Iraq living in a tent.
 

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for the record, that bike they are using, is very hard to do that with, the shocks on it are very soft (the PX's in iraq only sold one kind of bike, in one color) I was riding around on one in the prison cells in Abu Graib, trying to bunny hop it, and it was like jumping jello
 

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firefighter81 said:
Dr. Evil, you've obviously never been to Iraq. When you are over there all there is to do is work and workout and read. You make the time go by however you can. It's not a fun experience, so making the best of it is all you can do.

Before you open your mouth again I suggest you try spending 180 days in Iraq living in a tent.
you make me laugh, you automatically asume that I have never been to Iraq. that's funny. You know what they say about assumptions, you make an ASS out of you and umption.

But if you must know, I did spend a year over there in Desert Storm, a few months in Somilia, 6 months in Haiti and back over to the middle east on several other deployments. If you would like I'll be more than happy to send you my Honorable Discharge papers along with my 30% disability that I get from the VA when I broke my lower back, knees, ankles, and heels.

I have no problem with people having fun but when you videotape it then put it out on the internet for the entire world to see, do you really think that it paints a positive picture of what the our military is doing? When you start wearing fake mullets and playing the shovel guitar at what looks to be a checkpoint it makes you wonder where the discipline lies, not to mention where the maturity level is at.

you internet tough guy

remember opinions are like assholes everybody has one. I see that you are stationed in Aviano, I was there in 94, was a good staging point for some things going on in the world at that time.

So what do you do in the Air Force Mr. Badass????????
 

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I thought it was funny :D


is this bad now that I lol about it.
 

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Dr. Evil said:
So what do you do in the Air Force Mr. Badass????????
Yeah, way to take everything I said and skew it completely out of context, good job. To answer your question right now I am POL, I drive a big fuel truck and fill up F-16's and whatever transiet aircraft we get here. I am working on becoming a comissioned officer in the next few years.

The way you reacted just sounded like you had no clue what we go through in the desert, you try to make the best of every day, sometimes you gotta get creative, that's all I ever said.
 
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