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I was a safety in high school. Ol' number 23. That's right. Thought about playin' college but, you know, Uncle Sam had other ideas. Ended up in the Navy. But...ah, what the Hell. Japanese submarine sl

It's not a joke. People are dying overseas every day...f*ck you and ur ugly wife and kid yeah, probably got a ban coming, but i don't want to be somewhere where un-American a$$ terrorists insult

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Seriously, you're a piece of sh*t. Yeah, people give me crap about everything, but lying about being a war hero is absolutely unacceptable, and is far worse than anything I have ever said. I seriously can't fathom how you think that is funny or acceptable no matter how you look at it. I've just been f*cking around in this thread cause I'm bored, but that is way too over the line. My cousin and my brother are fighting overseas right now risking their lives for our freedom, and POS like you tarnish their entire image and what they stand for. This is personally offensive to me, and should be for anyone who has any sense of patriotism and nationalism.

The ironic part is, I am now heavily against anyone in the military and anyone that supports the military. LOL at "fighting for freedom".

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The ironic part is, I am now heavily against anyone in the military and anyone that supports the military. LOL at "fighting for freedom".

 

So, you've gone from one end of the dumbass spectrum to the other?

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As a former marine, I'm pretty sure I fought because when it comes crashing down, and it hurts inside, ya' gotta take a stand, it don't help to hide.  Well, you hurt my friends, and you hurt my pride, I gotta be a man; I can't let it slide, I am a real American, Fight for the rights of every man, I am a real American, fight for what's right, fight for your life!

 

USA! USA! USA! USA! USA!

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The ironic part is, I am now heavily against anyone in the military and anyone that supports the military. LOL at "fighting for freedom".

 

 

If you think that we're overseas fighting for freedom, you're extremely naive.

 

 

It's honestly as if you rolled every single undergraduate cliche into one, glorious, hipster-meathead creation. 

 

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The ironic part is, I am now heavily against anyone in the military and anyone that supports the military. LOL at "fighting for freedom".

You need to start a blog, it's selfish of us to keep you to ourselves. Plus you won't be constrained by the BS rules here.

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The ironic part is, I am now heavily against anyone in the military and anyone that supports the military. LOL at "fighting for freedom".

 

The ironic part is, you have the freedom of speech and yet you choose to take big doodies out of your mouth instead.

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If you think that we're overseas fighting for athleticism, you're extremely weakling whose never been in the gym and quatted 5,000 pounds.

 

 

That's clearly not what you said.

 

 

That's what I'm saying now.

 

I have spoken.

 

 

All you have to do is fill in the 2 underline words like ad-libs and this pretty much covers every exchange possible with this guy.

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Bump for T0mShane since his life story is coming to the big screen

 

  Robert Downey Jr. Is Producing A Movie About Quint’s USS Indianapolis Story In ‘Jaws’

BY ASHLEY BURNS • 01.27.15

 

The story of the USS Indianapolis is both incredible and devastating, as the cruiser was hit and ultimately sunk by two torpedoes from a Japanese sub during World War II. Only 316 of the ship’s original 1,196 crewmen survived what is known as the “Worst Naval Disaster in U.S. History,” because so many of the men were left to fend for themselves for days in the shark-infested waters. The story was, of course, famously told by Robert Shaw’s character, Quint, in the 1975 film Jaws, in which he explained to Brody and Hooper how his fellow crewmen had no way to see the tiger sharks coming, and that was why he chose to never get back in the water again.

Robert Downey Jr.’s Team Downey and Warner Bros. are teaming up to tell the story of the USS Indianapolis on the big screen, with The Help’s Tate Taylor signed on to direct a script by Mike Jones, according to Deadline. Calling it “Quint’s USS Indianapolis story” might seem a bit insensitive or at best an absurd reach for pop cultural relevance, but the fact is that the character’s grim description plays a big role in Taylor’s film.

 

 
Set in 1996, the film tells the true story of 11-year-old Hunter Scott, who needed a project with which to compete in a National History Day Contest. He watched Jaws and came away inspired and researched how the warship got sunk by torpedoes on its return voyage from delivering the Hiroshima bomb. Because the mission was secret, the crew floated for five days, easy pickings for the giant sharks that swam the waters. The youth learned how ship captain Charles McVay was unjustly court-martialed. He set out to find the truth behind the worst U.S. Naval disaster in history. What he discovered was that the only proper designation was a hero, for McVay’s actions under horrible duress and unimaginable carnage. This year marks the 70th anniversary of the ship’s sinking. (Via 
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“Anniversary” always seems like such a poor word for occasions like this. We really need to invent a better word that means the same thing, but reminds us that the outcome was horrifying and doesn’t call for balloons and cake. In the meantime, read more about the USS Indianapolis here.

 

http://uproxx.com/movies/2015/01/robert-downey-jr-is-producing-a-movie-about-quints-uss-indianapolis-story-in-jaws/

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KNEEL AND PROSTRATE YOURSELVES BEFORE THE GREATNESS OF TEH FALCON!!!!

Whatever happened to 16 year old 7ft 4 in war ensemble? This kid was smart beyond his years. No wonder why he doesn't post here anymore. Must be in his mid 20's now

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Bump for T0mShane since his life story is coming to the big screen

Robert Downey Jr. Is Producing A Movie About Quint’s USS Indianapolis Story In ‘Jaws’

BY ASHLEY BURNS01.27.15

The story of the USS Indianapolis is both incredible and devastating, as the cruiser was hit and ultimately sunk by two torpedoes from a Japanese sub during World War II. Only 316 of the ship’s original 1,196 crewmen survived what is known as the “Worst Naval Disaster in U.S. History,” because so many of the men were left to fend for themselves for days in the shark-infested waters. The story was, of course, famously told by Robert Shaw’s character, Quint, in the 1975 film Jaws, in which he explained to Brody and Hooper how his fellow crewmen had no way to see the tiger sharks coming, and that was why he chose to never get back in the water again.

Robert Downey Jr.’s Team Downey and Warner Bros. are teaming up to tell the story of the USS Indianapolis on the big screen, with The Help’s Tate Taylor signed on to direct a script by Mike Jones, according to Deadline. Calling it “Quint’s USS Indianapolis story” might seem a bit insensitive or at best an absurd reach for pop cultural relevance, but the fact is that the character’s grim description plays a big role in Taylor’s film.

“Anniversary” always seems like such a poor word for occasions like this. We really need to invent a better word that means the same thing, but reminds us that the outcome was horrifying and doesn’t call for balloons and cake. In the meantime, read more about the USS Indianapolis here.

http://uproxx.com/movies/2015/01/robert-downey-jr-is-producing-a-movie-about-quints-uss-indianapolis-story-in-jaws/

This should be moved to the lounge immediately. It's clogging up the front page

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