It's Not My Fault I Failed

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Dan S.'s Comment
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Exactly, About the only time I know a veteran would say something along those lines (At least in the Marines) would be to another Marine that he was familiar with and knew, or at least worked with. More often than not? Almost as a term of endrarment (for like of a better word)? Used primarly for talking "smack ~ trash" amongst each other.

This Hobo character sounds like what we in the Marines call a "Posser". A Vet can spot them a mile off. You ask where they went to boot camp? They tell you some Army base? That's a red flag. 😅

Or it they tell you they can't tell you where they went to boot camp because it's classified! 😂

I don't care what anybody says about my Veteran status in so long as my retirement check hits the first of each month.

NOW that's something if that doesn't happen I'm going to get SERIOULLY OFFENDED about. 😠

That’s all well and good...I think to some degree you may be correct.

His last quote suggesting that “I lick his privates” tells me all that I need to know about him. Vulgar, disrespectful, childish and yes (Harry), cowardly. Not something anywhere close to how the true vets conduct themselves on this site.


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PJ's Comment
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Appears Hobo doesn’t like to be disagreed with shocked.png How dare we shed light on his garbage. He is of course entitled to his opinion, albeit a bad one in my opinion. Many of us fought for him to have that privilege...

I keep checking back to see if he actually is capable of a healthy discussion or not, but I’m not holding my breath.


Rainy 's Comment
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They tell you some Army base?

Even i know its a POST lol.

And i thought everyone went through Benning????

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