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StRaTeGy_
08-14-2010, 07:33
My friend went to a Gun Show and this is who he saw with a lot of war stories to tell... Pics attached. Apologies if posted in wrong area.

Regards,

Strat

rdret1
08-14-2010, 07:43
http://professionalsoldiers.com/forums/showthread.php?t=29963

Already in a thread.

The Reaper
08-14-2010, 09:59
My friend went to a Gun Show and this is who he saw with a lot of war stories to tell... Pics attached. Apologies if posted in wrong area.

Regards,

Strat

Search BEFORE starting new threads.

TR

LongWire
08-14-2010, 11:32
If it was a friend then I certainly hope that you Thank Him for us and invite him to our board............

I would buy Him a Beer anytime.

StRaTeGy_
08-15-2010, 19:00
If it was a friend then I certainly hope that you Thank Him for us and invite him to our board............

I would buy Him a Beer anytime.

He said no thanks, it was his privileged to let the guy just know how much of a piece of shit he really was. He also said to let you guys (PS.com) know that he is definitely being hunted down and his scent is getting stronger. ;-)

P.S He is a registered user on the board.

deeplipceo
09-23-2010, 17:37
Before reading this i was never aware this actually went on. The fact that it does confuses me, what goes through someones head when doing this.:confused: I have never gone through what you guys have and it still pisses me off, but i would have paid to see him called out like that.

Team Sergeant
09-24-2010, 00:04
Before reading this i was never aware this actually went on. The fact that it does confuses me, what goes through someones head when doing this.:confused: I have never gone through what you guys have and it still pisses me off, but i would have paid to see him called out like that.

Some are lunatics & mentally ill, but from what I've seen most are just bottom feeding con-artists scamming the sheep.
They play the odds, most know they have a very slim chance of actually running into a "real" Special Forces soldier and who's going to question a "Green Beret"?

We will.
(Words getting out, the emails we receive attest to that.)

Team Sergeant

deeplipceo
09-24-2010, 08:15
Well im glad these people are finally getting put in there place. I hate to change subjects but now that I think about it I have seen something along these lines. When I went to Ft Campbell to pick up my brother in law we stopped at a walmart to pick up some things. I noticed a guy in an army pt jacket. He was probably late fourties very over weight, and some lady goes up to him and thank you for serving our country and this guy excepted it. people like that disgust me especially when the people that do the work are very humble about what they do, and they actually deserve the thanks.

Red Flag 1
09-24-2010, 10:20
Well im glad these people are finally getting put in there place. I hate to change subjects but now that I think about it I have seen something along these lines. When I went to Ft Campbell to pick up my brother in law we stopped at a walmart to pick up some things. I noticed a guy in an army pt jacket. He was probably late fourties very over weight, and some lady goes up to him and thank you for serving our country and this guy excepted it. people like that disgust me especially when the people that do the work are very humble about what they do, and they actually deserve the thanks.

Perhaps the wearer did serve, and is retired or otherwise seperated from the military. There are also folks who don military related items simply to show support for our troops and do not mean to misrepresent themselves. Not everyone is a posser.

My $.02. and BTML.

RF 1

deeplipceo
09-24-2010, 11:59
Perhaps the wearer did serve, and is retired or otherwise seperated from the military. There are also folks who don military related items simply to show support for our troops and do not mean to misrepresent themselves. Not everyone is a posser.

My $.02. and BTML.

RF 1



This maybe, but the jacket was not even close to fitting him. This was just ment to be an example. I have no problem with a guy wearing a army hat because he supports the troops just dont except credit for something you have never done is all that I am saying.

CSB
09-24-2010, 12:40
Well im glad these people are finally getting put in there place. I hate to change subjects but now that I think about it I have seen something along these lines. When I went to Ft Campbell to pick up my brother in law we stopped at a walmart to pick up some things. I noticed a guy in an army pt jacket. He was probably late fourties very over weight, and some lady goes up to him and thank you for serving our country and this guy excepted it. people like that disgust me especially when the people that do the work are very humble about what they do, and they actually deserve the thanks.

Kyle, thak you for the kind words of appreciation. I'm going to assume you are a young fellow based on your writing and public profile.
It is best if you read, not post.

If you do post, here or in any other on-line forum, you will get more respect if you will take the time to use correct grammer and diction. For example:

"im" = You probably meant to say "I'm," a contraction for the words: "I am."
"there" = Should be "their."
"subjects" = That should be "subject," without the "s" for plural.
"walmart" = That should be either: "Walmart," (capitalized because it is a proper noun), but "Wal-Mart" is also acceptable (the brand officially changed the name in 2008).
"excepted" = If he was not a veteran, he should have excepted. It appears that -- veteran or not -- he "accepted" the expression of gratitude.

cszakolczai
09-26-2010, 12:34
I have a new idea for a TV show...

Its a mix between "Cops" and "Dog the bounty hunter". Only it stars a bunch of QP's who go after these guys and confront them.

Decoy_Octopus
09-26-2010, 14:12
I believe the truck tire around his waist gave him away.

Utah Bob
10-02-2010, 22:59
Well im glad these people are finally getting put in there place. I hate to change subjects but now that I think about it I have seen something along these lines. When I went to Ft Campbell to pick up my brother in law we stopped at a walmart to pick up some things. I noticed a guy in an army pt jacket. He was probably late fourties very over weight, and some lady goes up to him and thank you for serving our country and this guy excepted it. people like that disgust me especially when the people that do the work are very humble about what they do, and they actually deserve the thanks.

Or he could just have been a fat vet. you never know without talking to them.

Team Sergeant
10-03-2010, 12:42
Or he could just have been a fat vet. you never know without talking to them.

I don't know, this idiot doesn't have the "hard" look about him.
I'm sure the hardest thing this fat-boy has done, in his entire life is carry his food away from the buffet line to his table.....

drymartini66
10-05-2010, 01:34
I don't know, this idiot doesn't have the "hard" look about him.
I'm sure the hardest thing this fat-boy has done, in his entire life is carry his food away from the buffet line to his table.....

Or run a dead sprint to the nearest Costco for his Costco supply of Ho Hos.:D

Cool Breeze
03-15-2011, 23:27
Nobody has pointed out that the airborne tab is supposed to be over the combat patch, not the sf tab. (first pic) Am guessing that his airborne, ranger, and president's 100 tabs must have fallen off. Dam velcro. LOL

And yes, these pieces of shit are everywhere. The next time you run into one, do us all a favor and punch him in the face. F'n PX Rangers.

Utah Bob
04-29-2011, 17:37
Nobody has pointed out that the airborne tab is supposed to be over the combat patch, not the sf tab. (first pic) Am guessing that his airborne, ranger, and president's 100 tabs must have fallen off. Dam velcro. LOL

And yes, these pieces of shit are everywhere. The next time you run into one, do us all a favor and punch him in the face. F'n PX Rangers.

This guy was arrested last August. Try to keep up.;)
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