American Soldiers - Duty, Honor, Country

“For F***'s Sake”

Since: Aug 13

Tanner Flats

#43830 Nov 4, 2013
YELLOW SHEMALE WHO TAKES IT IN THE BACKSIDE wrote:
<quoted text>think you better look at what your saying american ideot, your just a racist pig same as me , at least I can admitt it , but thats america for you so blind to the fact that you are one aswell, that will be your down fall AMERICAN SCUM [LOOK AT YOU POSTS]
Way to show off your prowess with the English language, imbecile. <¦-o

“For F***'s Sake”

Since: Aug 13

Tanner Flats

#43831 Nov 4, 2013
WEAK YELLOW SHEMALE WITH RACIST TRAMP STAMP ON BACKSIDE wrote:
<quoted text>is my baby getting upset ,are you of your meds today,shit I don't think you have never had a job in your life , AMERICAN ASS WIPE ,how's your mother I heard she died just to get rid of you. NFL national fanny licker ,bet you carn't wait till the night time so you can get your dads vibrator out and play with it
Nice double negatives, has CHOCOLATE FACE been giving you English lessons, Ditch Pig? <¦-o
WEAK U S A YELLOW BACKS

Perth, Australia

#43832 Nov 4, 2013
AnAL POUNDER NFL Fan wrote:
<quoted text>
Heh.
Look at that! You're STILL stupid.
looks like your getting upset mamms boy .did we get our period today YELLOW BACK SCUM

“Incorrupta fides, nudaque veri”

Since: May 07

Vincit qui se vincit

#43833 Nov 4, 2013
YELLOW TWEAKER FROM U S A wrote:
<quoted text>looks like your getting upset mamms boy .did we get our period today YELLOW BACK SCUM
Put down the meth pipe old man!

“Incorrupta fides, nudaque veri”

Since: May 07

Vincit qui se vincit

#43834 Nov 4, 2013
Strength and Honor wrote:
Congratulation to a brave man who finally gets his medals.
http://www.chicagotribune.com/news/local/subu...
Kind of late but he was most deserving!
Another outstanding Soldier!

“For F***'s Sake”

Since: Aug 13

Tanner Flats

#43835 Nov 4, 2013
WEAK RACIST SHEMALE WITH YELLOW TRAMP STAMP ON BACKSIDE wrote:
<quoted text>i hav an bigg dick im me mouthful MMMMMM
Do your clients mind you posting on Topix while you service them, Ditch Pig? <¦-o
WEAK U S A YELLOW BACKS

Perth, Australia

#43836 Nov 4, 2013
[QUOTE who="Ricky FUCKS HE'S MOTHER"]<quoted text>
Put down the meth pipe old man![/QUOTE]after I put your mother down lol YELLOW BACK SCUM
WEAK U S A YELLOW BACKS

Perth, Australia

#43837 Nov 4, 2013
Ricky FUCKS HIS DAD wrote:
<quoted text>Kind of late but he was most deserving!
Another outstanding Soldier!
bull shit the guy was only a cook. most of you americans are or your on drugs mm like nam great war that was hahahah
WEAK U S A YELLOW BACKS

Perth, Australia

#43838 Nov 4, 2013
[QUOTE who=" USA ASS WIPES _]<quoted text>Do your clients mind you posting on Topix while you service them, Ditch Pig? <¦-o[/QUOTE]ASK YOUR MOTHER SHE'S ONE OF THEM LOL YELLOW BACK AMERICAN SCUM?????clueless

“For F***'s Sake”

Since: Aug 13

Tanner Flats

#43839 Nov 4, 2013
WEAK RACIST SHEMALE WITH YELLOW TRAMP STAMP BACKSIDE wrote:
<quoted text>ASK YOUR MOTHER SHE'S ONE OF THEM LOL YELLOW BACK AMERICAN SCUM?????clueless
Not likely, you only take male clients,'Johns' like John the roofer aka Yucancananan from Oklahoma, Ditch Pig. <¦-o

“Incorrupta fides, nudaque veri”

Since: May 07

Vincit qui se vincit

#43841 Nov 4, 2013
USA_1 wrote:
<quoted text>Not likely, you only take male clients,'Johns' like John the roofer aka Yucancananan from Oklahoma, Ditch Pig. <¦-o
He still has roofers threatning to whip his azz, that's why he had to leave town, they were all after him and his Buffalo crap lol

“Insert useless statement here.”

Since: Feb 08

Location hidden

#43842 Nov 4, 2013
Wanted to share an experience that I had this weekend.

This weekend, I worked the Stuart,Florida Air Show. Every year hubby and I work at Camp Victory's "Boot Camp" This is where you can sign your kids into boot camp for 30 minutes. Always have so much fun!

This year was the first year the Sky Soldiers Demonstration team attended. I watched all morning as the H-model Huey and Cobra helicopters went up taking passengers for a 15 minute ride.

So, during our lunch break and after eating the most greasiest Philly cheese steak hero, my hubby decides to take me for my first helicopter ride.

Hubby isn't a stranger to helicopters. He's been in Black Hawks and Chinook's. Hubby has the biggest smile on his face as he paid the $75 bucks a piece for our tickets. He then starts talking to the crew who are all veterans about his Afghanistan (trashcanistan)experiences. Well, the crew takes a liking to my hubby and decides to give us the best seats (door gunner seats)on the real Vietnam Era UH-1H Huey.

The crew straps me in and tell me that I may be too small to sit in the seat because the belts aren't meant for tiny people. They wanted to seat me somewhere else. But, the crew likes my hubby so much that they keep me there so I can have the best experience of my life.(gee thanks)lol

So, we take off, doors open. The pilot does all kinds of maneuvers that send me facing the ground and then flips the other way and now I'm facing the sky. All I could do was scream "I don't like this". No one could hear my screams over the sound of the blades and we all had ear plugs. There is nothing to hold onto! No where to brace my feet. No "oh sh!t" bar. I thought that I was going to lose my lunch!! I wanted to hold onto my belt, but didn't feel secure because of the conversation that took place before taking off. Hubby was dying laughing at me! He said he has never seen me scared to death. He also said the look on my face was well worth the 150 bucks!
My knees continued to shake for almost 8 hours after the ride.

I have always had a lot of respect for our Veterans, but now I have a new found respect for our military men and women who have flown in these helicopters.

It was an experience that I WILL NEVER FORGET!!!

Thank you to all the men and women of our armed services!

“Seriously guys...”

Since: May 12

Regina

#43843 Nov 4, 2013
u s a 1 muslim lover wrote:
<quoted text>no but your dad is lol
Wow! What a stunning riposte. I bet it took HOURS for your pea-brain to come up with that bit of drollery.

“Incorrupta fides, nudaque veri”

Since: May 07

Vincit qui se vincit

#43844 Nov 4, 2013
Chris - PSL wrote:
Wanted to share an experience that I had this weekend.
This weekend, I worked the Stuart,Florida Air Show. Every year hubby and I work at Camp Victory's "Boot Camp" This is where you can sign your kids into boot camp for 30 minutes. Always have so much fun!
This year was the first year the Sky Soldiers Demonstration team attended. I watched all morning as the H-model Huey and Cobra helicopters went up taking passengers for a 15 minute ride.
So, during our lunch break and after eating the most greasiest Philly cheese steak hero, my hubby decides to take me for my first helicopter ride.
Hubby isn't a stranger to helicopters. He's been in Black Hawks and Chinook's. Hubby has the biggest smile on his face as he paid the $75 bucks a piece for our tickets. He then starts talking to the crew who are all veterans about his Afghanistan (trashcanistan)experiences. Well, the crew takes a liking to my hubby and decides to give us the best seats (door gunner seats)on the real Vietnam Era UH-1H Huey.
The crew straps me in and tell me that I may be too small to sit in the seat because the belts aren't meant for tiny people. They wanted to seat me somewhere else. But, the crew likes my hubby so much that they keep me there so I can have the best experience of my life.(gee thanks)lol
So, we take off, doors open. The pilot does all kinds of maneuvers that send me facing the ground and then flips the other way and now I'm facing the sky. All I could do was scream "I don't like this". No one could hear my screams over the sound of the blades and we all had ear plugs. There is nothing to hold onto! No where to brace my feet. No "oh sh!t" bar. I thought that I was going to lose my lunch!! I wanted to hold onto my belt, but didn't feel secure because of the conversation that took place before taking off. Hubby was dying laughing at me! He said he has never seen me scared to death. He also said the look on my face was well worth the 150 bucks!
My knees continued to shake for almost 8 hours after the ride.
I have always had a lot of respect for our Veterans, but now I have a new found respect for our military men and women who have flown in these helicopters.
It was an experience that I WILL NEVER FORGET!!!
Thank you to all the men and women of our armed services!
Excellent post Chris!

“Seriously guys...”

Since: May 12

Regina

#43845 Nov 4, 2013
An NFL Fan wrote:
<quoted text>
'selve enployed'
Nice spelling, illiterate creep. Everyone laughs at you, don't they, jobless fool?
He's a self-employed artist, he draws welfare.

“Seriously guys...”

Since: May 12

Regina

#43846 Nov 4, 2013
Roosevelt wrote:
I just ordered last week a brand new 2014 Dodge Ram with most of the options except Diesel. I can do this because I'm rich.
<quoted text>
Oooo big deal. I dropped $750,000 on a new plane last year. I can do that because I can buy and sell you and your little hobby farm many times over.
As for you "being rich", that's a joke. The 2014 Dodge Ram 3500 starts at just over $34,000, and that's in CANADA where vehicles are always more expensive than in the US. The 2500 starts at just under $30,000.
If you think you're "rich" because you can drop $40-45K on a fully loaded pick up, well I hate to disappoint you...

“For F***'s Sake”

Since: Aug 13

Tanner Flats

#43847 Nov 4, 2013
Whisgean Zoda wrote:
<quoted text>
Oooo big deal. I dropped $750,000 on a new plane last year. I can do that because I can buy and sell you and your little hobby farm many times over.
As for you "being rich", that's a joke. The 2014 Dodge Ram 3500 starts at just over $34,000, and that's in CANADA where vehicles are always more expensive than in the US. The 2500 starts at just under $30,000.
If you think you're "rich" because you can drop $40-45K on a fully loaded pick up, well I hate to disappoint you...
FAKE Roosevelt is actually DUNG, his caps lock key is broken so he took a new identity. The only non human powered vehicle he's ever operated, is a cart pulled by a yak. LOL

“For F***'s Sake”

Since: Aug 13

Tanner Flats

#43848 Nov 4, 2013
Whisgean Zoda wrote:
<quoted text>
He's a self-employed artist, he draws welfare.
LOL!

“For F***'s Sake”

Since: Aug 13

Tanner Flats

#43849 Nov 4, 2013
Ricky F wrote:
<quoted text>He still has roofers threatning to whip his azz, that's why he had to leave town, they were all after him and his Buffalo crap lol
He can run but he can't hide! LOL...

“For F***'s Sake”

Since: Aug 13

Tanner Flats

#43850 Nov 4, 2013
Chris - PSL wrote:
Wanted to share an experience that I had this weekend.
This weekend, I worked the Stuart,Florida Air Show. Every year hubby and I work at Camp Victory's "Boot Camp" This is where you can sign your kids into boot camp for 30 minutes. Always have so much fun!
This year was the first year the Sky Soldiers Demonstration team attended. I watched all morning as the H-model Huey and Cobra helicopters went up taking passengers for a 15 minute ride.
So, during our lunch break and after eating the most greasiest Philly cheese steak hero, my hubby decides to take me for my first helicopter ride.
Hubby isn't a stranger to helicopters. He's been in Black Hawks and Chinook's. Hubby has the biggest smile on his face as he paid the $75 bucks a piece for our tickets. He then starts talking to the crew who are all veterans about his Afghanistan (trashcanistan)experiences. Well, the crew takes a liking to my hubby and decides to give us the best seats (door gunner seats)on the real Vietnam Era UH-1H Huey.
The crew straps me in and tell me that I may be too small to sit in the seat because the belts aren't meant for tiny people. They wanted to seat me somewhere else. But, the crew likes my hubby so much that they keep me there so I can have the best experience of my life.(gee thanks)lol
So, we take off, doors open. The pilot does all kinds of maneuvers that send me facing the ground and then flips the other way and now I'm facing the sky. All I could do was scream "I don't like this". No one could hear my screams over the sound of the blades and we all had ear plugs. There is nothing to hold onto! No where to brace my feet. No "oh sh!t" bar. I thought that I was going to lose my lunch!! I wanted to hold onto my belt, but didn't feel secure because of the conversation that took place before taking off. Hubby was dying laughing at me! He said he has never seen me scared to death. He also said the look on my face was well worth the 150 bucks!
My knees continued to shake for almost 8 hours after the ride.
I have always had a lot of respect for our Veterans, but now I have a new found respect for our military men and women who have flown in these helicopters.
It was an experience that I WILL NEVER FORGET!!!
Thank you to all the men and women of our armed services!
Hi Chris, nice post.

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