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Old 12-01-2011, 09:06 PM   #21
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pmsl again

Think you will find its actually this



Why didnt you buy yourself out before the gulf war ....or was you raring to go eh!!!...just liked you had been trained.....follow your orders and dont think out the box ....or should I say rubber walls in your case...

Oh yes the proof....
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Old 13-01-2011, 05:42 AM   #22
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My grandfather was a royal marine in WW2, he, and the rest of
the soldiers involved helped to give us the life we have now. Show some respect.
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Old 13-01-2011, 11:51 AM   #23
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My grandfather was a royal marine in WW2, he, and the rest of
the soldiers involved helped to give us the life we have now. Show some respect.
Well I salute them all
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Old 13-01-2011, 02:16 PM   #24
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The GREEN Beret

http://upload.wikimedia.org/wikipedi...y_1_120709.JPG

The green beret was the official headgear of the British Commandos of World War II. It is still worn with pride by any member of the Royal Marines who has passed the All Arms Commando Course.


Commando On The Front Line 5 (1 - 3)


...Till I Collapse



Terrill is the first civilian to complete all four commando tests and receive an honorary green beret as well as being the oldest (55) person - military or civilian - to have done so.



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Old 13-01-2011, 06:12 PM   #25
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Hey IQ of three

I would prefer it if you cleared of impermanently

people wanted proof I gave it to them,

Unlike the majority on here, you included.

I don need to do things in secret.

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But when the Son of Man comes in his glory, and all the holy angels with him, then he will sit on the throne of his glory. Before him all the nations will be gathered, and he will separate them one from another, as a shepherd separates the sheep from the goats.
Yeah, telling people you have a french medal and chased SAS recruits around the countryiside really proved every word you said

I see you are a christian now. Being a boddhisattva too much work?
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Old 13-01-2011, 06:20 PM   #26
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Yeah, telling people you have a french medal and chased SAS recruits around the countryiside really proved every word you said

I see you are a christian now. Being a boddhisattva too much work?
It appears Insiders like to cut the ropes of their own so called people,

But you are to ignorant to see that fake boy, you just like running around the forum telling people how wrong they are and you are your lackeys are the bee knees

so you think

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and still no one has seen its mush and most likely never will seeing he is a shill of the highest order.

Hows ya vase still bouncing off the rubber walls in your house.


Just because you and the merc could not make it in a real army.....................LOL


Envy (also called invidiousness) is best defined as an emotion that "occurs when a person lacks another's (perceived) superior quality, achievement, or possession and either desires it or wishes that the other lacked it.


Maybe in the next Life eh merky marpat.


Come back when you both have groan a pair of balls.

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Old 13-01-2011, 06:50 PM   #27
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It appears Insiders like to cut the ropes of their own so called people,

But you are to ignorant to see that fake boy, you just like running around the forum telling people how wrong they are and you are your lackeys are the bee knees

so you think

LOL

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and still no one has seen its mush and most likely never will seeing he is a shill of the highest order.

Hows ya vase still bouncing off the rubber walls in your house.


Just because you and the merc could not make it in a real army.....................LOL


Envy (also called invidiousness) is best defined as an emotion that "occurs when a person lacks another's (perceived) superior quality, achievement, or possession and either desires it or wishes that the other lacked it.


Maybe in the next Life eh merky marpat.


Come back when you both have groan a pair of balls.
Bet you love to GROAN over a pair of balls
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Old 13-01-2011, 07:20 PM   #28
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It appears Insiders like to cut the ropes of their own so called people,

But you are to ignorant to see that fake boy, you just like running around the forum telling people how wrong they are and you are your lackeys are the bee knees

so you think

LOL

Join Date: Feb 2008

and still no one has seen its mush and most likely never will seeing he is a shill of the highest order.

Hows ya vase still bouncing off the rubber walls in your house.


Just because you and the merc could not make it in a real army.....................LOL


Envy (also called invidiousness) is best defined as an emotion that "occurs when a person lacks another's (perceived) superior quality, achievement, or possession and either desires it or wishes that the other lacked it.


Maybe in the next Life eh merky marpat.


Come back when you both have groan a pair of balls.
Bit of an odd rant.

When you started reading the bible did you read the bit that says 'judge not, for as you judge others so shall you be judged'? that makes you the fake and a murdering baby killer, according to the bible
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Old 13-01-2011, 07:53 PM   #29
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Listen you both LOL

Trying to get this one ranted.

Go back to la la land.
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Old 14-01-2011, 07:52 AM   #30
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Listen you both LOL

Trying to get this one ranted.

Go back to la la land.
Are you that embarrassed you have had to go back and delete the majority of your posts.....

BIG LOL.....

Unbelievable

you wright a post then delete it

Just as well they show up in the quotes eh !!!!!!!

Talk about trying damage limitation

Hey btw the only reason It was ranted I guess was your clever threats of violence :rolleyes:

Remind me again......Christian or Buddhist

EM iq =3

So do you back the armed forces or not ??? Simple fucking question even for a craphat to understand !!!?????????

http://www.guardian.co.uk/uk/2010/ju...ed-afghanistan

British special forces member killed in AfghanistanSpecial forces have been targeting Taliban leaders and drug barons in their biggest operation since second world war



A member of British special forces, which have been targeting Taliban leaders and drug barons in their biggest operation since the second world war, has been killed in southern Afghanistan, defence sources said today.

The Ministry of Defence announced only that a Royal Marine had died there yesterday but the Guardian can reveal that he was a member of the Special Boat Service (SBS), the naval equivalent of the SAS.

Though Gordon Brown, the former prime minister, revealed earlier this year that 500 members of Britain's special forces were deployed in southern Afghanistan, their activities are still meant to be an official secret. About 70 are understood to have been wounded there, and at least 13 killed.

They have conducted hundreds of operations against Taliban commanders over the past three years, killing some and capturing other, less prominent, Taliban fighters in joint operations with Afghan special forces. They are engaged in operations in Kandahar, where they are based, as well as Helmand province, where most of the 9,500 regular British troops are deployed.

In "carrot and stick" tactics, the SBS and SAS are mounting attacks directed at Taliban commanders on the ground while in parallel covert operations, intelligence officers are trying to persuade more influential Taliban leaders to negotiate an end to the conflict.

While the SAS led British special operations in Iraq – where seven were killed and 30 seriously wounded – the SBS have taken the lead in Afghanistan ever since their first troops were flown to bases near Kabul soon after the start of the war in November 2001. SBS members were recently reported to have used skis to track down Taliban commanders last winter in the mountains of the Hindu Kush.

In an operation described as "striking a critical blow to the insurgency's command and control capabilities," a Taliban leader known as Bishmullah was killed two years ago in Now Zad in Helmand by British special forces.

In an address to a Royal United Services Institute conference in London, General David Petraeus, who today took command of all US and Nato troops in Afghanistan, praised what he called the "world-class counter-terrorism expertise" of British special forces.

He singled out Lieutenant General Sir Graeme Lamb, a former head of Britain's special forces, a confirmed adherent of hitting the Taliban hard – "till their eyeballs bleed", as he once put it – but also of encouraging "reconcilable" Taliban to lay down their arms.
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Old 14-01-2011, 06:18 PM   #31
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Camouflage is a method of crypsis (hiding). It allows an otherwise visible organism or object to remain unnoticed, by blending with its environment.



J C's The Thing - Runaway Alien Head


Johns Runaway head


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Old 14-01-2011, 06:27 PM   #32
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Hunters often use camouflage clothing that is visually tailored to the game they are hunting. The most striking example of this is the blaze orange camouflage, which makes the hunter obvious to humans but relies on the fact that most large game animals, such as deer, are dichromats, and perceive the orange as a dull colour.

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Old 14-01-2011, 08:56 PM   #33
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Old 14-01-2011, 09:11 PM   #34
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One of the best fighting forces in the world....An elite unit

Seeing as you started a thread on them......

DO YOU SUPPORT THEM IN THE WAR ON TERROR ????


I salute them

And yes all service personel are expendable in the eyes of the politicians or do craphats need it spelt out to them
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Old 14-01-2011, 09:25 PM   #35
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One of the best fighting forces in the world....An elite unit

Seeing as you started a thread on them......

DO YOU SUPPORT THEM IN THE WAR ON TERROR ????


I salute them

And yes all service personel are expendable in the eyes of the politicians or do craphats need it spelt out to them
That all depends on the definition of the term terror???

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Running around in caves chasing the Taliban Terrorists who were making oil deals with Bush and Co not that long ago back in the good ol USA,



and then flying the Bin laden Family out of America not long after 911.

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One thing is for sure someone or something is telling Massive Porkys,whatever background or walk of life They come from.

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Old 14-01-2011, 10:47 PM   #36
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Em.... this thread seems very hashy hashy, does the OP have something against the RM or is this a venting thing?
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Em.... does the OP have something against the RM or is this a venting thing?
do you have something against the RM or is this a venting thing?

firefight in action afghanistan

Cryptic coloration is the most common form of camouflage, found to some extent in the majority of species.

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Em.... this thread seems very hashy hashy,
and what are your threads like ?

Would you provide them?

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do you have something against the RM or is this a venting thing?

firefight in action afghanistan
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Cryptic coloration is the most common form of camouflage, found to some extent in the majority of species.



and what are your threads like ?
Well if I start a thread on a topic, I normally keep to that topic. It isn't a go, but so far I see little correlation towards the Title and the content.

Also I have no problem with the RM, I have had family serve within their ranks in the past.

So I am not sure, and I am sure many would agree with me, what is this thread about?

You want to look at my threads you are happy too. Click on my name, go to Threads started by user.
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Old 14-01-2011, 11:07 PM   #39
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Well if I start a thread on a topic, I normally keep to that topic. It isn't a go, but so far I see little correlation towards the Title and the content.

Also I have no problem with the RM, I have had family serve within their ranks in the past.

So I am not sure, and I am sure many would agree with me, what is this thread about?

You want to look at my threads you are happy too. Click on my name, go to Threads started by user.
So what is this thread about then ?
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So what is this thread about then ?
It is your thread is it not?
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