Wednesday, January 23, 2008

I'm Trying to Pick a Fight with this Little Bitch

Now, I know what you're saying..."Elmo, damn!" " Look at that guy!" "He looks very tough!" "Be careful!"

But I don't care. I am taking a stand. I wont back down to this herbal pill pushing bully anymore!

Besides, he is way, Way, WAy, WAY...

 the closet! Ha Ha! Come on Savage (Ok, I can't say that with a "straight" face)...Weiner, come fuck with ME you little bitch.

I really don't understand? I sent him this really nice email...

Come after this ex-grunt...Weiner.

You fake ass little bitch. You have a pansy name, so you changed it, and you have a pansy ass dog. You belong to a pansy ass political affiliation, and you have a pansy ass goatee. Basically, you're a pansy. I love bitchslapping pansy ass chickenhawks like you, Weiner. But I haven't found one with balls bigger than sweet peas yet. Maybe you can hire someone to fuck with me, I'm getting bored...

Do you think a brother could get a reply? Fuck no!


Anonymous Eli said...

Always with the high hat.

You've seen his writing, right?

Sat Jan 26, 08:54:00 PM CST  
Blogger John Q. Public esq. said...

Placed here Oct 10, 2007
From a Chaplain in Iraq

I recently attended a showing of "Superman 3," here at LSA Anaconda. We have a large auditorium we use for movies, as well as memorial services and other large gatherings. As is the custom back in the States, we stood and snapped to attention when the National Anthem began before the main feature. All was going as planned until about three-quarters of the way through the National Anthem the music stopped.

Now, what would happen if this occurred with 1,000 18-22 year-olds back in the State's? I imagine there would be hoots, catcalls, laughter, a few rude comments; and everyone would sit down and call for a movie. Of course, that is, if they had stood for the National Anthem in the first place.

Here, the 1,000 Soldiers continued to stand at attention, eyes fixed forward. The music started again. The Soldiers continued to quietly stand at attention. And again, at the same point, the music stopped. What would you expect to happen? Even here I would imagine laughter, as everyone finally sat down and expected the movie to start.

But here, you could have heard a pin drop. Every Soldier continued to stand at attention. Suddenly there was a lone voice, then a dozen, and quickly the room was filled with the voices of a thousand Soldiers, finishing where the recording left off:

"And the rockets red glare, the bombs bursting in air, Gave proof through the night that our flag was still there. Oh, say does that star-spangled banner yet wave, O'er the land of the free and the home of the brave?"
It was the most inspiring moment I have had here in Iraq. I wanted you to know what kind of Soldiers are serving you here.

Written by Chaplain Jim Higgins on 5/14/07.
LSA Anaconda is at the Balad Airport in Iraq, north of Bagdad.

Sun Jan 27, 08:50:00 AM CST  
Blogger Pavel Chekov said...

I have a pansy ass goatee.

Sun Jan 27, 11:50:00 AM CST  
Blogger Elmo said...

No shit, JQP? I didn't need no fucking Chaplain to tell me that.

Shave it off, pavel...

Mon Jan 28, 11:43:00 PM CST  

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