Back when I was in the (ch)Air Force at Hanscom, there was a guy in the dorm that we were all pretty sure was gay. We'll call him Tom Hocks. His taste in fashion was a little too good and cutting edge, he's never leave his room without checking himself out in the mirror for ten minutes, when he came into some money the first thing he went out an dbought was a red convertible BMW. Oh, and when he had male 'friends' visit from back home, they'd sleep in his room (no big deal), but there were never any second place made up for them to sleep. Just his bed. A single bed. But Tom always did his job, got good scores on his EPRs, and was no different than anyone else to hang out with. He was a nice enough guy, a good Airman, he just took it in the shitter. Oh, and he also has a *smokin hot* sister who would visit him every once in awhile. We lost contact after he PCS'd to Lajes Field on the Azores, so I dunno if he's still in or got out or what. I'm curious what effect the repeal of DADT has on him, if any.
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Happens every day: man breaks his arm. Happens every once in awhile: he doesn't seek treatment. Never happens: it's still not healed TWO FUCKING YEARS LATER. Please wait before watching this video, as it is not for the squeamish. The WTF starts around the 0:25 mark.
THE GOOD: Hey Ernie, Years ago when I was in the Army, one of the buddy's was a guy who we called Tug. Not because of pud pulling, but his last name was McGraw. Being Infantry, We all spent a LOT of time out in the field. Any time I was in a position (sounds fucked up and all, I know), or foxhole, when Tug was pulling guard, when he couldn't stay awake any longer, he'd wake up his buddy. Every single time. After serving with him, for about 1 1/2 years, Tug told a few of us that he was gay. We figured that he was a good soldier and his politics didn't mean shit to us. We could care less about it. He was a buddy. This was back when open gay was a Bad Conduct Discharge. Unfortunately, we never went out of country together. He got discharged. He died a few years later in a car accident. But being a snot nosed 20 year old punk, I could care less about him being gay. He did his job and trained well. I hope I'm not the only Veteran who writes you about this issue. Could you post some feed back that you've gotten from this? I'm kinda curious. About the DADT from the common person's perspective. And by THAT, I mean, your faithful few. Jeez, I hate political correctness! As long as someone does the job that they were trained for, they demonstrate excelled knowledge of the job, and proves beyond doubt unquestionable loyalty to the unit and their peers, WHO GIVES A SHIT ABOUT THEIR POLITICS? Yeah, I'm drunk again. Woody
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Another running of the Preakness Stakes has come and gone, and while many of you may have watched Shackleford edge out Animal Kingdom by a half-length during the big race, what you didn’t see was the madness that took place at the infield party. Much like any other year, there was plenty of drunkenness, flashing and fighting, which kept medics, security and police officers busy throughout the weekend event. For those who have never been to a Preakness infield party, the following gallery should help give you an idea of what you have been missing. And if boobs, beer and a little bit of brawling doesn’t interest you, then you haven’t been missing much.
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THE BAD: Ernie, Love the site and the rest of the platitudes. I personally don't care that DADT was repealed. My problem is that a CIVILIAN court overturned an article of the UCMJ and the DoD rolled over. This sets a bad precedent. There is precedent now if a service person violates an article of the UCMJ, say he/she/it doesn't want to go back to the sandbox, and finds a judge that doesn't agree with the war to overturn the court martial. Bad thing. MSgt Carl V in Vegas.
The way I understand it, the UCMJ is a federal law and the basis of our military justice system. It determines what conduct is criminal, establishes the various types of courts, and sets forth the procedures to be followed in the administration of military justice. You can find the UCMJ in Appendix 2 of the MCM, United States, 1984 or in 10 United States Code (USC) §§801-940. So while yes it does govern the military side of the house, the UCMJ is in fact a civilian (federal) law, created by civilians, put in place by civilians, and ultimately under civilian control. The whole argument against DADT isn't whether or not a specific inddividual has the right to follow/not follow a specific section of the UCMJ (such as someone missing movement), but whether or not a specific part of the UCMJ was discriminatory as a whole when applied unilaterally across the entire military force.
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Life can be hard for WAGs of famous athletes. They have to keep up their appearances while also maintaining a respectful level of dignity. They are constantly bombarded with paparazzi trying to steal their photo. They have no more privacy and they must be careful of how they act in public. Of course, not all the WAGs in the world think the same way. Some of them take advantage of being a beautiful woman with loads of cash at their disposal. In fact, most of the famous women in the club scene, both here and in Europe, date athletes because it allows them plenty of free time to party it up every night. I guess responsibility should be left for Teen Moms, right? Here is a list of the sexiest WAGs who love to party, starting with Nicola T, a former Page 3 girl.
THE UGLY: Here we go... I had a fag come on to me in the Army during Basic Training. He regretted it. If I was ever on a mission deep in the jungle and caught a man hungrilly staring at my stuff while I was taking a leak, I'd butt stroke (pardon the pun) him with my M-16 to the point of Medevac. When the homos make their way up the food chain to Special Ops or even units like the 10th Mtn. Div, I predict there will be mayhem. For 3.5 million years homosexuality has been considered taboo, laughable or dysfunctional in every society. The only exceptions that come to mind are the Taliban because they loathe women and certain ancient cultures that allowed high ranking men to fuck low ranking boys...like the old Hawaiians. Nice. We (not me) with our modern strokes of brilliance, powerthinking and idealism, think we can undo those millenia of evolution with 50 years of new ideas. Homophobia is real. I hope you never have a son and catch him with a dick in his mouth. Ranger Steve,the Homophobe, says that homophobia is more natural than homosexuality. Homosexuality is a terrible birth defect. 50% of homos are HIV+ A SIGNIFICANT PERCENTAGE OF THE OTHER 50% WILL BECOME +! They are subject to a host of other diseases and have a high incidence of violence. ...and now Chaz Bono wants to councel Brad Pitts daughter. It wants to encourage the Pitt girl to explore her potential because apparently the girl likes boys clothes....Ugghhhh...I'm outa here. Ranger Steve
Yeah I know, some people just don't get it. There's so much fucking derp there, I don't know where to begin. I guess I'll just point out the obvious: "I had a fag come on to me in the Army during Basic Training. He regretted it." Followed up by: "I'd [physically attack] him to the point of Medevac." And then bringing it home with: "They are subject to ... a high incidence of violence." Uh-huh. Not sure what to make from that.
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