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2013-08-28 04:41:35 PM
Was going to post a Jerry Maguire picture, but couldn't find a good one w/ Rod Tidwell's overbearing wife.
 
2013-08-28 04:43:06 PM
Especially if they were talking about how good my brother was in bed.
 
2013-08-28 04:52:04 PM
Amanda Tynes

You're not fooling anyone Amanda Bynes.
 
2013-08-28 06:03:07 PM
My wife is my boss.

/help
//not really
///no, really
 
2013-08-28 06:03:11 PM
I have no wife. So suck it, suckmitter.

/so ronery
 
2013-08-28 06:06:23 PM
What cracks me up is when a guy gets in trouble at work for something or doesn't get something he wanted and the wife calls or shows up to take up his case.  Seen it happen at least a few times in my career.  Even had some guys mother call once.
 
2013-08-28 06:07:19 PM

Shostie: Amanda Tynes

You're not fooling anyone Amanda Bynes.


She was bitten by a bat.
 
2013-08-28 06:08:05 PM
Is someone going to need to choke a biatch
 
2013-08-28 06:08:10 PM
That was a pretty non-event article
Is it the weekend already?
 
2013-08-28 06:11:30 PM
Wife-like Twittering detected?
 
2013-08-28 06:12:41 PM
The "LOL" really made it for me.
 
2013-08-28 06:13:33 PM
Always wear flip-flops in the locker room.
 
2013-08-28 06:13:42 PM
If he ends up a free agent his stock just plummeted.  Thanks honey!  Pro athletes should be able to opt-in to a league-wide social media agent that reviews all communications before they go public.  I bet owners and the league would offer incentives to do so.  Anybody want to start a company?
 
2013-08-28 06:17:02 PM

caddisfly: If he ends up a free agent his stock just plummeted.  Thanks honey!  Pro athletes should be able to opt-in to a league-wide social media agent that reviews all communications before they go public.  I bet owners and the league would offer incentives to do so.  Anybody want to start a company?


Oh man, I bet there's some real money to be made there.
 
2013-08-28 06:19:46 PM
Back in the 80's when my old man was in the Coast Guard there was some officers pulling a lot of bullshiat with the enlisted men.  My mom took it upon herself at the time to start raising hell with the state senators.  My old man at the time was a 2nd Class Aviation Machinist Mate.  Not a high rank, not exactly in a position to put the Captain's career in jeopardy.   Before too long my old man gets called in by the CO and told "Control your wife".  His response was perfect.

"Sir, my wife is a civilian.  I don't control her and you have no legal authority to give her orders."

The problem suddenly went away once the CO and the Senator had a phone conversation.  Don't fark with a wife.  They can be mean.
 
2013-08-28 06:20:04 PM
I have always felt that Lawrence Tynes should be allowed to call his own plays.
 
2013-08-28 06:20:27 PM

As someone who works in a high-risk MSRA (staph infection) environment, I understand. Odds are someone wasn't wearing their shower shoes in the locker room shower and contracted it there.


When it's found offshore, it's almost a biological warfare response to killing it. Nasty stuff.


/paranoid about catching it

//always wear shower shoes

///even at home.



NSFW or lunch
 
2013-08-28 06:26:28 PM
I thought it was fine except for the use of "LOL". First of all, if your husband is suffering, then why are you laughing? And how old are you, 14?
 
2013-08-28 06:29:31 PM

Chinchillazilla: caddisfly: If he ends up a free agent his stock just plummeted.  Thanks honey!  Pro athletes should be able to opt-in to a league-wide social media agent that reviews all communications before they go public.  I bet owners and the league would offer incentives to do so.  Anybody want to start a company?

Oh man, I bet there's some real money to be made there.


I think I might have a patent on this idea laying around here somewhere. Pay me eleventy billion before you start the service.
 
2013-08-28 06:36:20 PM
i1.ytimg.com
 
2013-08-28 06:36:39 PM
Yeah, her adolescent "LOL" was ill-advised, given the context, but I don't see a problem with a spouse contradicting a bullshiat report. She doesn't work for the team. She's not obligated to adhere to their message discipline. Obviously.
 
2013-08-28 06:38:43 PM
ooof, MRSA is the worst.

My daughter got MRSA infection on her knee, took about 6 months to get rid of it, and she had to take some pretty hefty antibiotics to combat it. There was talk of surgery to cut out part of her knee and even the possibility of amputation if it didn't get better.  She was 15-16 at the time.  Not something one wants to contemplate.
 
2013-08-28 06:40:27 PM
There's a bar in the Yukon that needs a new toe.
 
2013-08-28 06:42:19 PM

SomethingToDo: Shostie: Amanda Tynes

You're not fooling anyone Amanda Bynes.

She was bitten by a bat.


It was her wigged doppelganger again.
 
2013-08-28 06:51:18 PM
That's a firing
 
2013-08-28 07:00:06 PM
Social media: Speaking your mind to the world like nothing can go wrong.
 
2013-08-28 07:17:43 PM

" The team has said it thinks the problem is under control."


And the players think they may show up for practice tomorrow. Only fair.

 
2013-08-28 07:20:05 PM

Smeggy Smurf: Back in the 80's when my old man was in the Coast Guard there was some officers pulling a lot of bullshiat with the enlisted men.  My mom took it upon herself at the time to start raising hell with the state senators.  My old man at the time was a 2nd Class Aviation Machinist Mate.  Not a high rank, not exactly in a position to put the Captain's career in jeopardy.   Before too long my old man gets called in by the CO and told "Control your wife".  His response was perfect.

"Sir, my wife is a civilian.  I don't control her and you have no legal authority to give her orders."

The problem suddenly went away once the CO and the Senator had a phone conversation.  Don't fark with a wife.  They can be mean.


When my husband started long distance truck driving his boss told him all kinds of horror stories about the divorce rates among truckers. It was hard enough on him leaving a wife and two little girls at home. I was polite when I called him on it.
 
2013-08-28 07:21:31 PM

TheGreenMonkey: ooof, MRSA is the worst.


Yep. I have a friend who is a hospital nurse and they are terrified of MRSA. Glad your daughter is better.
 
2013-08-28 07:25:16 PM

Chinchillazilla: Always wear flip-flops in the locker room.

 
2013-08-28 07:33:17 PM
Wait.  He's just a kicker, right?
 
2013-08-28 07:34:15 PM
I think he was letting Freeman give it to him up the kicker. Lets hope mrsa is the only disease he has.

I wish I was one of those cool Farkers and I could easily pull up and post the pic of Freeman posing as Michael Jackson w/ the tiger.

Perhaps someone more enlightened can do the job.
 
2013-08-28 07:37:28 PM

freak7: What cracks me up is when a guy gets in trouble at work for something or doesn't get something he wanted and the wife calls or shows up to take up his case.  Seen it happen at least a few times in my career.  Even had some guys mother call once.



One day he'll be the man he always wanted to be.
 
2013-08-28 07:38:10 PM
www.animationsource.org
 
gja [TotalFark]
2013-08-28 07:38:43 PM
#yourassisfired
?
 
2013-08-28 07:40:48 PM

kendelrio: As someone who works in a high-risk MSRA (staph infection) environment, I understand. Odds are someone wasn't wearing their shower shoes in the locker room shower and contracted it there.
When it's found offshore, it's almost a biological warfare response to killing it. Nasty stuff.
/paranoid about catching it//always wear shower shoes///even at home.

NSFW or lunch


Huh.  So THAT's what I had last fall.  Started out with what looked like a zit on my shin, and a few days later I had an angry red area the size of a softball. It made walking incredibly painful for the next couple of weeks, but apparently I got off lightly.
 
2013-08-28 07:41:49 PM
I miss the old days. When someone spraypainted "Coffee Nerves' sister sucks the best dick" on the water tower I just climbed up there with a can of Rust-O-Leum and sprayed "No she don't."
 
2013-08-28 07:47:44 PM

haolegirl: Smeggy Smurf: Back in the 80's when my old man was in the Coast Guard there was some officers pulling a lot of bullshiat with the enlisted men.  My mom took it upon herself at the time to start raising hell with the state senators.  My old man at the time was a 2nd Class Aviation Machinist Mate.  Not a high rank, not exactly in a position to put the Captain's career in jeopardy.   Before too long my old man gets called in by the CO and told "Control your wife".  His response was perfect.

"Sir, my wife is a civilian.  I don't control her and you have no legal authority to give her orders."

The problem suddenly went away once the CO and the Senator had a phone conversation.  Don't fark with a wife.  They can be mean.

When my husband started long distance truck driving his boss told him all kinds of horror stories about the divorce rates among truckers. It was hard enough on him leaving a wife and two little girls at home. I was polite when I called him on it.


Ma wasn't polite when she contacted the Senators and congresscritters.  The whole affair almost lead into congressional hearings about the abuse coming from the officers to the enlisted men.
 
2013-08-28 07:51:20 PM

WhoopAssWayne: TheGreenMonkey: ooof, MRSA is the worst.

Yep. I have a friend who is a hospital nurse and they are terrified of MRSA. Glad your daughter is better.


That's because a MRSA infection means that they are going to be scrubbing their hospital with heavy-duty disinfectants.
 
2013-08-28 07:51:28 PM

Barricaded Gunman: The "LOL" really made it for me.


LOL Loud Ole' Lady?
 
2013-08-28 07:53:02 PM

haolegirl: When my husband started long distance truck driving his boss told him all kinds of horror stories about the divorce rates among truckers. It was hard enough on him leaving a wife and two little girls at home. I was polite when I called him on it.


Truck driver divorce, it's very sad. Steel guitars usually weep all over it.
 
2013-08-28 07:53:14 PM

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Tom!
 
2013-08-28 07:55:37 PM

tollbooth_willy: kendelrio: As someone who works in a high-risk MSRA (staph infection) environment, I understand. Odds are someone wasn't wearing their shower shoes in the locker room shower and contracted it there.
When it's found offshore, it's almost a biological warfare response to killing it. Nasty stuff.
/paranoid about catching it//always wear shower shoes///even at home.

NSFW or lunch

Huh.  So THAT's what I had last fall.  Started out with what looked like a zit on my shin, and a few days later I had an angry red area the size of a softball. It made walking incredibly painful for the next couple of weeks, but apparently I got off lightly.


Yup, I just got over one but I had to go to the ER.  They fixed it with a scalpel, pair of pliers and a vacuum cleaner under local.  Local doesn't help much btw.

/Took all the antibiotics
 
2013-08-28 07:56:24 PM

Spaced Lion: haolegirl: When my husband started long distance truck driving his boss told him all kinds of horror stories about the divorce rates among truckers. It was hard enough on him leaving a wife and two little girls at home. I was polite when I called him on it.

Truck driver divorce, it's very sad. Steel guitars usually weep all over it.


If it's real bad there's a piano coda, like in Goodfellas.
 
2013-08-28 07:57:41 PM
MRSA is faaaaaaarked up. Resistant staph ever so slightly less. It will kill a normal healthy person under some circumstances, and losing a digit, hand foot or limb is common. I'd want a 2nd and 3rd opinion.

And according to TFA, the coaching staff is hinting that she is not in Tampa, but her husband is. Team doctors are in Tampa.  The wife (if that is her and not a spoof account) is trying to make light, but I'm sure it's kind of like a nervous tic.
 
2013-08-28 08:01:01 PM
Should have never left the Giants
 
2013-08-28 08:03:03 PM
I don't know a thing about controlling or preventing the presence of MRSA but I have to think there is some way to handle it.
 
2013-08-28 08:07:16 PM
I had a major brainfart when I posted earlier... DUH myself. MRSA is resistant staph. There are resistant viruses. I confused myself. Resistant means the Staph bacteria does not respond to the normal antibiotics, so stronger ones have to be used, like Cipro and such - sometimes called gorrilacillin.

I'm a dumbass. phht.
 
2013-08-28 08:09:22 PM
That's nothing.

The former Missus was mad about not getting the proper amount of lucre in my paycheck, Called around, and some dork gave her the number to PX Kelly's, Commandant of the Marines, desk phone.

Not the switchboard, not his office, but the one on his desk. I guess they had a lovely talk.

My CO, related parts of it too my PFC self. With the BTN CO, REGT CO, and a couple of dour looking gentlemen with chickens on their collars in attendance.

My only defense? I had no idea what the guys number was, as a S-1 clerk, all I had was the switchboard number.

Good times, good times.

Another good story? Having some house frau call me at home and chew me out about the way I treated her husband at work, Got my name out of the phonebook, I just wasn't the right guy.

After about 10 mins  of some harpy screeching at me, I simply told her it was because I found her husband having sex with random men during work hours.

Hope he had fun when he got home. I had my crazy, he could live with his.
 
2013-08-28 08:10:52 PM

Karmic: tollbooth_willy: kendelrio: As someone who works in a high-risk MSRA (staph infection) environment, I understand. Odds are someone wasn't wearing their shower shoes in the locker room shower and contracted it there.
When it's found offshore, it's almost a biological warfare response to killing it. Nasty stuff.
/paranoid about catching it//always wear shower shoes///even at home.

NSFW or lunch

Huh.  So THAT's what I had last fall.  Started out with what looked like a zit on my shin, and a few days later I had an angry red area the size of a softball. It made walking incredibly painful for the next couple of weeks, but apparently I got off lightly.

Yup, I just got over one but I had to go to the ER.  They fixed it with a scalpel, pair of pliers and a vacuum cleaner under local.  Local doesn't help much btw.

/Took all the antibiotics


We've had guys offshore have to get parts of their cheeks, arms, legs etc cut out because they didn't follow a simple rule: If you have a strange ANYTHING show up on your body, go to the medic.

Now my face is itching thinking about it.....

Funniest medic story, though, involves a guy rolling his testicles on a chair and having the medic inspect the resulting swelling.

/not as epic as the slatted chair thread, but pretty farking funny.
 
2013-08-28 08:14:45 PM

UsikFark: If it's real bad there's a piano coda, like in Goodfellas.


Finally, something too obscure for Fark.
 
gja [TotalFark]
2013-08-28 08:14:58 PM

Slam1263: That's nothing.

The former Missus was mad about not getting the proper amount of lucre in my paycheck, Called around, and some dork gave her the number to PX Kelly's, Commandant of the Marines, desk phone.

Not the switchboard, not his office, but the one on his desk. I guess they had a lovely talk.

My CO, related parts of it too my PFC self. With the BTN CO, REGT CO, and a couple of dour looking gentlemen with chickens on their collars in attendance.

My only defense? I had no idea what the guys number was, as a S-1 clerk, all I had was the switchboard number.

Good times, good times.

Another good story? Having some house frau call me at home and chew me out about the way I treated her husband at work, Got my name out of the phonebook, I just wasn't the right guy.

After about 10 mins  of some harpy screeching at me, I simply told her it was because I found her husband having sex with random men during work hours.

Hope he had fun when he got home. I had my crazy, he could live with his.


That's effing comedy gold right there.......hell I like you.

/but my sister is too old-off limits
 
2013-08-28 08:31:03 PM

Anayalator: [480x360 from http://i1.ytimg.com/vi/MSxlKTLv1UE/hqdefault.jpg image 480x360]


Drain Bramage


/you old if you know that
//I's older though
///get off of my TV screen
 
2013-08-28 08:32:51 PM

kendelrio: Karmic: tollbooth_willy: kendelrio:

We've had guys offshore have to get parts of their cheeks, arms, legs etc cut out because they didn't follow a simple rule: If you have a strange ANYTHING show up on your body, go to the medic.


Many moons ago, I was a CNA in a gulf coast hospital ER with a helipad. Got a chopper in from an oil rig. This guy's forearm had an egg sized knot on it. I don't remember what bug it was, but according to the paramedic on the rig who called the case in, it hadn't been there 36 hours before. We suspected it was a bloodclot until we saw it. The ER doc (moonlighting surgeon)  had me taking Polaroids of him draining it. Dude got admitted with IV antibiotics.

It was awesome.

/CSB
 
2013-08-28 08:40:25 PM

UsikFark: Spaced Lion: haolegirl: When my husband started long distance truck driving his boss told him all kinds of horror stories about the divorce rates among truckers. It was hard enough on him leaving a wife and two little girls at home. I was polite when I called him on it.

Truck driver divorce, it's very sad. Steel guitars usually weep all over it.

If it's real bad there's a piano coda, like in Goodfellas.


Ex-husband now...and it wasn't THAT bad (turns out his boss was right)
 
2013-08-28 08:59:08 PM

haolegirl: UsikFark: Spaced Lion: haolegirl: When my husband started long distance truck driving his boss told him all kinds of horror stories about the divorce rates among truckers. It was hard enough on him leaving a wife and two little girls at home. I was polite when I called him on it.

Truck driver divorce, it's very sad. Steel guitars usually weep all over it.

If it's real bad there's a piano coda, like in Goodfellas.

Ex-husband now...and it wasn't THAT bad (turns out his boss was right)


Good to hear it wasn't an "everybody gets shot" ending.
 
2013-08-28 09:21:18 PM
Tea Tree Oil should be your Weeners to a bacterial skin infection. It is very good at killing MRSA and it doesn't promote antibiotic resistance. I've had some really bad cysts that have been completely cured by TTO that would have been much worse if I had gone the traditional insert-a-drain-and-take-antibiotics route. The one drawback to TTO is that it is an allergen. It causes me some itching, but the choice between that and an infection is easy.
 
2013-08-28 09:41:20 PM

UsikFark: haolegirl: UsikFark: Spaced Lion: haolegirl: When my husband started long distance truck driving his boss told him all kinds of horror stories about the divorce rates among truckers. It was hard enough on him leaving a wife and two little girls at home. I was polite when I called him on it.

Truck driver divorce, it's very sad. Steel guitars usually weep all over it.

If it's real bad there's a piano coda, like in Goodfellas.

Ex-husband now...and it wasn't THAT bad (turns out his boss was right)

Good to hear it wasn't an "everybody gets shot" ending.


When he tried to move his new gf and her son into the house it almost was...
 
2013-08-28 09:49:29 PM
how brenda warner of her!
 
2013-08-28 10:29:42 PM

PainfulItching: kendelrio: Karmic: tollbooth_willy: kendelrio:

We've had guys offshore have to get parts of their cheeks, arms, legs etc cut out because they didn't follow a simple rule: If you have a strange ANYTHING show up on your body, go to the medic.

Many moons ago, I was a CNA in a gulf coast hospital ER with a helipad. Got a chopper in from an oil rig. This guy's forearm had an egg sized knot on it. I don't remember what bug it was, but according to the paramedic on the rig who called the case in, it hadn't been there 36 hours before. We suspected it was a bloodclot until we saw it. The ER doc (moonlighting surgeon)  had me taking Polaroids of him draining it. Dude got admitted with IV antibiotics.

It was awesome.

/CSB


Oh the joy of tropical diseases.

I loved being in the Philippines, but having the whole Battery get pubic crabs, because they can live outside, or ringworm that threatened to consume my ass cheeks, that "slight" bout of malaria because the quinine was bad.

And that damned lump that is still on my arm. Wait, that's a piece of primer housing from a m1979 grenade, thanks Noriega.

MRSA is bad, but jungle rot is worse.
 
2013-08-28 10:32:34 PM

gja: /but my sister is too old-off limits


No she's not.

But she has to bring her own SS checks.
 
2013-08-28 10:36:02 PM

Slam1263: I loved being in the Philippines, but having the whole Battery get pubic crabs, because they can live ou...


You speak like an artillery hog.

/0811
//A 1/12
 
gja [TotalFark]
2013-08-28 11:09:00 PM

Slam1263: gja: /but my sister is too old-off limits

No she's not.

But she has to bring her own SS checks.


LOL
touche

/shes well-to-do,no SS checks needed (good thing the way things are headed here)
//her hubby can carry a boiler down a flight of stairs
//thank you for serving
 
2013-08-28 11:30:40 PM

Smeggy Smurf: Back in the 80's when my old man was in the Coast Guard there was some officers pulling a lot of bullshiat with the enlisted men.  My mom took it upon herself at the time to start raising hell with the state senators.  My old man at the time was a 2nd Class Aviation Machinist Mate.  Not a high rank, not exactly in a position to put the Captain's career in jeopardy.   Before too long my old man gets called in by the CO and told "Control your wife".  His response was perfect.

"Sir, my wife is a civilian.  I don't control her and you have no legal authority to give her orders."

The problem suddenly went away once the CO and the Senator had a phone conversation.  Don't fark with a wife.  They can be mean.


Mr. Wonder was told to "control his wife" by his battalion executive officer while still active duty. The offense? I told the battalion commander's wife making a formal event mandatory for all soldiers and their spouses (an idea that the XO had apparnetly been kicking around to everyone but the big boss) was not going to be good for morale. My husband politely responded back that it was in everyone's best interest that he do no such thing.

/I don't often have fun in the Army, but when I do, it's mandatory.
 
2013-08-28 11:47:02 PM

MarkEC: Tea Tree Oil should be your Weeners to a bacterial skin infection. It is very good at killing MRSA and it doesn't promote antibiotic resistance. I've had some really bad cysts that have been completely cured by TTO that would have been much worse if I had gone the traditional insert-a-drain-and-take-antibiotics route. The one drawback to TTO is that it is an allergen. It causes me some itching, but the choice between that and an infection is easy.


It's an allergen only if you're allergic to it.

I had not heard of using tea tree oil on my weeners. I have several at my disposal; I'll have to try it. ;-)
 
2013-08-29 12:13:50 AM

PainfulItching: I had a major brainfart when I posted earlier... DUH myself. MRSA is resistant staph. There are resistant viruses. I confused myself. Resistant means the Staph bacteria does not respond to the normal antibiotics, so stronger ones have to be used, like Cipro and such - sometimes called gorrilacillin.

I'm a dumbass. phht.


Cipro?  LOL, no.

Try vancomycin, daptomycin, linezolid, ceftaroline, quinuprisin/dalfopristin, tigecycline . . . I'm guessing that since he's gotten a central line placed, he's looking at 4 weeks of vancomycin.  Works pretty well for MRSA, though it takes a long time to do the job, particularly if the infected region isn't well vascularized.  Oh, and every now and then it causes kidney failure.

/Cancer pharmacist
//MRSA in chemotherapy patients is a BIG big problem when it happens
///But not as big as the nastier drug-resistant Gram-negative bugs.
////New Delhi metalloproteinase-producing carbapenem-resistant Klebsiella gives me nightmares
 
2013-08-29 12:47:14 AM

blockhouse: PainfulItching: I had a major brainfart when I posted earlier... DUH myself. MRSA is resistant staph. There are resistant viruses. I confused myself. Resistant means the Staph bacteria does not respond to the normal antibiotics, so stronger ones have to be used, like Cipro and such - sometimes called gorrilacillin.

I'm a dumbass. phht.

Cipro?  LOL, no.

Try vancomycin, daptomycin, linezolid, ceftaroline, quinuprisin/dalfopristin, tigecycline . . . I'm guessing that since he's gotten a central line placed, he's looking at 4 weeks of vancomycin.  Works pretty well for MRSA, though it takes a long time to do the job, particularly if the infected region isn't well vascularized.  Oh, and every now and then it causes kidney failure.

/Cancer pharmacist
//MRSA in chemotherapy patients is a BIG big problem when it happens
///But not as big as the nastier drug-resistant Gram-negative bugs.
////New Delhi metalloproteinase-producing carbapenem-resistant Klebsiella gives me nightmares


I was put on a battery of antibiotics when I was admitted for a nasty lung infection, and the only one that made a dent was Vanco.  I didn't learn of the possible side effects until after I got out.  You gotta be desperate to use something like Vanco.  Holy shiat.
 
2013-08-29 07:23:34 AM

MadAzza: I had not heard of using tea tree oil on my weeners. I have several at my disposal


Slut
 
2013-08-29 08:20:49 AM

freak7: What cracks me up is when a guy gets in trouble at work for something or doesn't get something he wanted and the wife calls or shows up to take up his case.  Seen it happen at least a few times in my career.  Even had some guys mother call once.


I've had mothers call. I had a son calling for his mom that got pretty annoying. He was in the Army stateside and every time he came home he expected his mom to be there. Which was about once a month, unannounced. I can usually find someone to fill a shift, but a half hour before a shift starts?

I hired one lady that came on board and was a star from day one. She just fell into the job and was a dream. When she left to spend more time with her kids, she told me her secret - her sister used to work there and they looked so much alike nobody noticed. She would come in and pull her sisters shifts all the time. Talk about facepalm. I figure she had about 3 weeks experience from day one - She would have started at a higher rate had I known.

This guy should have married someone that could kick.
 
2013-08-29 10:33:34 AM
Got kicker
Go Bucs
 
2013-08-29 04:29:54 PM

kendelrio: Slam1263: I loved being in the Philippines, but having the whole Battery get pubic crabs, because they can live ou...

You speak like an artillery hog.

/0811
//A 1/12


I prefer "Gun Bunny", is just sounds sexy.

0811 D 2/12 '84. Gotta love Camp Hansen.

gja: //thank you for serving


I thank my Country for giving me the chance to serve.
 
2013-08-29 04:31:57 PM
Wow, Kendelrio, that's a sweet 6x6.
 
2013-08-29 04:51:36 PM

Slam1263: 0811 D 2/12 '84. Gotta love Camp Hansen.



I was unfortunate enough to be stuck in Kaneohe Bay, Hi. ;)

Slam1263: Wow, Kendelrio, that's a sweet 6x6.


Thanks. I've had it since '07. I have some videos of it in action here:  http://www.youtube.com/kendelrio
 
2013-08-29 07:20:24 PM

kendelrio: I was unfortunate enough to be stuck in Kaneohe Bay, Hi


Hah! Imma Navy brat, born at Trippler.

Did you ever meet a CPL J. Osborne?
 
2013-08-30 03:57:28 AM

More_Like_A_Stain: MadAzza: I had not heard of using tea tree oil on my weeners. I have several at my disposal

Slut


Jealous
 
2013-08-30 04:06:04 AM

kendelrio: Slam1263: 0811 D 2/12 '84. Gotta love Camp Hansen.


I was unfortunate enough to be stuck in Kaneohe Bay, Hi. ;)

Slam1263: Wow, Kendelrio, that's a sweet 6x6.

Thanks. I've had it since '07. I have some videos of it in action here:  http://www.youtube.com/kendelrio


Your dad looks familiar. Is he an old RMH-er (usenet), by any chance? Then again, several of my mainland biker buddies look like that. At least, the men do.

/three miles from your MCBH-Kaneohe
 
2013-08-30 06:02:00 AM

MadAzza: MarkEC: Tea Tree Oil should be your Weeners to a bacterial skin infection. It is very good at killing MRSA and it doesn't promote antibiotic resistance. I've had some really bad cysts that have been completely cured by TTO that would have been much worse if I had gone the traditional insert-a-drain-and-take-antibiotics route. The one drawback to TTO is that it is an allergen. It causes me some itching, but the choice between that and an infection is easy.

It's an allergen only if you're allergic to it.

I had not heard of using tea tree oil on my weeners. I have several at my disposal; I'll have to try it. ;-)


It's not my fault fark has a problem with the word first.
 
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