Missing Veer G

Strykervet

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Yeah, he missed the "device to see streamers off people's heads and high energy weapons" thread in NV. It's funny as shit, but if you read it couple of times his question makes total sense and has nothing to do with tinfoil hats. Best double entendre EVER.

He'll have some catching up to do. I miss him too.
 
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dont start w the pickled eggs, my dad would crush the workshop after eating those babys, the effin dog would stand up and walk out, it could be below zero outside
Was he on Alaska flight 2477, seat 2A, from Portland to Seattle at 8:00 PM last night ? Your description generally matches the turd burglar that I had to sit next to. Bastard carpet bombed the whole front of the cabin.
 

Mr. Zick

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Yeah, he missed the "device to see streamers off people's heads and high energy weapons" thread in NV. It's funny as shit, but if you read it couple of times his question makes total sense and has nothing to do with tinfoil hats. Best double entendre EVER.

He'll have some catching up to do. I miss him too.
That sucked me in like a tractor beam
 
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Strykervet

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This is for you Veer, if you're watching:

So I was farting around looking at stolen valor videos (some are hilarious) and it ended up with me doing a search for papacock, who made very similar claims IMO. Rather I used "paparockcal", which is his self-chosen handle, and I'll be damned if Veer's "cock fag" unit citation with genital wart device doesn't come up as the third image in a google search. It only comes behind his two avatars. This seems to be an award he'll be wearing for some time to come. We weren't the only ones to get papacocked though, he's pretty prolific.

He left a marvelous gem over at Glocktalk, it's his "Re-introduction". NOBODY calls him out either. In some other threads they do. Some parts are so Gecko45ish you'll cringe reading it knowing this guy is real and out there --and armed. I'll copy and paste it here for 'ya:

"Hello everyone. We live in a very trying if not interesting and dangerous times.

I'll be turning 67 this Dec.23, born and raised in the southern Arkansas pine ridges and swamps. In college I spent three years in a Counter-Insurgency Unit run by the Special Forces inside the U.S. Army ROTC programs of Henderson State University, Arkansas and then Eastern New Mexico University were I graduated. I was not granted my request for a commision in the Infantry as there was only one that year at the school and it was being given to another graduate as a punishment for his actions. I ended up in Air Defence Artillery.

To understand who I am you have to know my father was a First Sgt. during WWII and he "trained" me from childhood to be a soldier. Where ever we lived he established a Boy Scout Troop so that I could earn my Eagle Scout which I did including outstanding Eagle Eagle Scout of the Southern District of Arkansas. It is as much a tribute to my father as it was to the work I put in.

When I entered college, I became a voracious reader that allowed me to challenge not only my own but others preconceived ideas. I shattered my own narrow understanding of what American was all about. As an undergraduate in Psychology I spent my last year and a half taking graduate level classes heavy in abnormal psych classes with permission. This was during the late 60s when ROTC cadets were not the most popular people on campus. I was one of the senior officers in the Counter-Insurgency Unit run by the Green Berets on campus and at 6' 5" and 230 lbs as well as a senior martial arts student earned a reputation.

My mentality and tactical thinking fits well with small unit operations rather than "strait leg" units. Those of such a mindset understand where I am coming from. The world has changed around me but I am still the same. Most of you won't know who Elmer Keith was but I understand how he felt when everyone suddenly went "magnum" crazy when he knew you didn't need them. You can invent the fastest jets, biggest nukes, but to hold ground you have to have the best trained ground fighter, period.

As a kid I used to practice a minimum of 50-100 rounds a day for years to develop my skills with handguns and rifles before I ever went into the Army. Not many kids I see today have that interest. Upon entry into the U.S. Army I qualified expert with the M14, M16, and Colt 1911 as a 2Lt.

I have kept up my shooting skills over the years by shooting on gun ranges and by hunting from New Mexico to Wyoming, where I lived for ten years. I love the mountains with the clear clean air and few people. I confess, I lost my faith in people and the fact that America is a nation of laws from first hand experience being one of the first to help establish Drug Suppression Units in the U. S. Army. I love and will defend my fellow American's. It's just that I have seen the corruption first hand rise so high it taints the very soul of the system; there are so few not tainted by it. Even fewer are willing to stand against it, bring it to light, and prosecute it. I know I tried."


If you like this and haven't seen it yet, I HIGHLY recommend that you read the thread where he compares himself to PFC Doss (MOH) in a thread about "Hacksaw Ridge" on Glocktalk. Just search for "paparockcal" in google and it should be the main Glocktalk thread. The above and some others are below and worth checking out too.
 

Fig

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Aside from how ridiculous most of that sounds, Elmer Keith basically STARTED “the magnum craze” by hotloading and ultimately extending the .38 case. He’s the father of the .357 Mag. He even gets that wrong. He may actually be a kid in a basement somewhere.
 
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Culpeper

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About 3 weeks. Plus, the week or so Veer will just layoff. Tucker Articled 15nd his ass. Currently he is laying back drinking cold whiskey with a chimpanzee dressed like a doorman and wearing roller skates.
 

ArmyJerry

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man a whole month, hmmmmm, the worst part about it is the thread got deleted, so I can only surmise it was Avidouchenozzle, BBBB, commie tag team or maggot that got him fired up enough to warrant a month.

I do miss the magic carpet mans Philly updates.
 
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With you and him pulling the same IP from T Mobile all of the time, why don't you just stop by and see him?
I mean those towers only cover a few square miles, so you must be very close.
I'll PM him when he geats back . Been meaning to meet up qith him and break bread . Or maybe cheese steak .
 
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I remember one Thanksgiving at my house where one of my Uncles lost his shit with a cousin of mine over talk about the war in Vietnam. My dad had enough and told my Uncle "This is not the time or the place" ie... I agree with you but shut up our women and children are here and its Thanksgiving. After Uncle John knocked cousin Doug out of his chair, he left for a self imposed exile of about a month. When he came back around all was forgiven.

Some years Doug died of a heroin overdose in prison.

I dont know what brought me to that but....
 
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