"don't Ask, Don't Tell'

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  1. Zohair

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    AHAN! MP Knows.
     
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    WTF Xlink, that's ------ ------ ------!
     
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    haha nice clip :)
     
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    I can honestly say that if a soldier in my troop was openly gay, he would get his ass BEAT, be totally humiliated/made fun of, and would have no friends. That's life in the Army I guess, deal with it.
     
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    I can honestly state that by doing so you are breaking the fundamental basis in which the Constitution was founded on, thus being an utter disgrace to this country and the military, and are subject to the full penalty of law.
     
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    He didn't necessarily mean he was part of the beating.
     
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    I guarantee that my Command Sergeant Major would not give a flying ------ if a gay soldier got beat up. "He fell down some stairs" or "I didn't see anything". No one would be a witness at the court marshall.

    And you really have no right to call me a disgrace to the military you civilian worm. Go through the ---- I've been through (assuming you could handle even the most basic tasks) and then we'll talk.

    Did I say that I would beat them? No, I really don't give a ----, but others in my troop would whoop his ass.
     
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    He didn't necessarily mean he was part of the beating.
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    I guarantee that my Command Sergeant Major would not give a flying ------ if a gay soldier got beat up. "He fell down some stairs" or "I didn't see anything". No one would be a witness at the court marshall.

    And you really have no right to call me a disgrace to the military you civilian worm. Go through the ---- I've been through (assuming you could handle even the most basic tasks) and then we'll talk.

    Did I say that I would beat them? No, I really don't give a ----, but others in my troop would whoop his ass.
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    First you come flying off the handles at me with the first part, then even moreso at Dem on the second then you agree with me on the last part.

    Man, get your mind straight before you reply. You either one one side of the enemy lines or the other. Pick a side, don't be a double agent.
     
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    He didn't necessarily mean he was part of the beating.
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    I guarantee that my Command Sergeant Major would not give a flying ------ if a gay soldier got beat up. "He fell down some stairs" or "I didn't see anything". No one would be a witness at the court marshall.

    And you really have no right to call me a disgrace to the military you civilian worm. Go through the ---- I've been through (assuming you could handle even the most basic tasks) and then we'll talk.

    Did I say that I would beat them? No, I really don't give a ----, but others in my troop would whoop his ass.
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    Sorry, but unlike you my family has a long history of military experience in a branch that isn't as lolable as the army, you pathetic maggot (see, I can make up stupid flames with the intelligence of a 5y/o behind them too). Regarding the stress test (if that is what you're referring to), I would put money down that I am more athletic than you are, both before and after training. Also, a formal case could be represented with a valued representative that showed trace evidence of a fight rather than 'falling down the stairs' or 'I didn't see anything', which then means you're lying in a military court of law and you're equally fucked.
     
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    I guarantee that my Command Sergeant Major would not give a flying ------ if a gay soldier got beat up. "He fell down some stairs" or "I didn't see anything". No one would be a witness at the court marshall.

    And you really have no right to call me a disgrace to the military you civilian worm. Go through the ---- I've been through (assuming you could handle even the most basic tasks) and then we'll talk.

    Did I say that I would beat them? No, I really don't give a ----, but others in my troop would whoop his ass.
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    Sorry, but unlike you my family has a long history of military experience in a branch that isn't as lolable as the army, you pathetic maggot (see, I can make up stupid flames with the intelligence of a 5y/o behind them too). Regarding the stress test (if that is what you're referring to), I would put money down that I am more athletic than you are, both before and after training. Also, a formal case could be represented with a valued representative that showed trace evidence of a fight rather than 'falling down the stairs' or 'I didn't see anything', which then means you're lying in a military court of law and you're equally ------ed.
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    First off, MP, I didn't mean to reply to you, I agree with what you said. I wouldn't be part of the ass-kicking, I just wouldn't really give a ---- and mind my own buisness.

    And for you Dem, I can really give a ---- if your family has a long history of military experience, you can believe what your dad or your brother has to say about it, but the military is one of those things that you have to experience for yourself.

    And you can be as athletic as you want, you would just be shunned and humiliated in basic training for your sheer arrogance and c├╣nty attitude. What I do for a living is much more than simply being athletic.

    As for the court mashall and me being caught lying under oath, you can think whatever the hell you want. You can pretend to know how the military works, but you really don't have the slightest clue
     
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    Fun fact: I went through Military training when I was sent to boot camp as a kid. I was later forcibly removed from the program for snapping the drill sergeants shin after he set his leg on top of me doing push ups. Unlike dogs like you I have a mind of my own to do what I want and how I want. I don't follow the orders of a senior citizen just because he served in a war I didn't fight in. If you honestly think basic training is really difficult... maybe you should have ran the mile more often in high school (or, you know, with a time less than 15 minutes). Sorry, but I have little to no respect for the pieces of scum like you they let into our military, even though I greatly respect our military.

    If basic training is so difficult, explain how a good portion of about... 15% of my student body from high school went off to successfully join varying branches of military with variant levels (from little/no effort to conditioning for a college scout form of conditioning) of effort through training? Maybe my school simply placed a higher emphasis on working out, staying in shape and conditioning, but who cares, it isn't anything someone can't handle irregardless.
     
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    You both seriously don't have to discuss and fight military in this thread on a Gaming forum where most of the people come to relax. It's a gaming forum.
     
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    Technically I didn't go to basic training. Apparently you don't know anyone who went through Cav OSUT. Significantly harder than any other basic training location. And yes harder than Infantry and Artillery OSUT. Go ahead and tell me that the ---- I went through at 5/15 was easy. Please from your own personal experience there.

    And if you're really going to bring in my own personal fitness you're an idiot. I'm not even going to go any further, not like you would believe it, because I'm just a fat slob.

    Ok I'm done with this childish forum. Have a good life Dem. See you in Hell.
     

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