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Old 04-11-2010, 05:38 PM   #103
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Default Proof is in the pudding

Originally Posted by marpat View Post
lol, boasts you with your fake french commando medal. Did you get that for running away from the enemy?

Why would MI5 be interested in you? you are only any good at cut and paste jobs while at the same time acting as if you are the only person who existed that ever wore a uniform, pretending that you are some sort of expert on everybody elses careers and experience. You think a few fake pics of yourself posted in the forum qualifies you are something?
The only Fake around here is you

I am sure MI5 show interest in this forum.

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