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Thread: I've heard of BBQ guns but this is a new one.

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    longwatch wrote: It is, of course, most appropriate that our resident sage and culinary critic Longwatch should draw our attention to this stuff, much obliged to you, Sir! Amazing how everything has to be"tactical" these days!

    BTW, Sir, congratulations on your recent appointment to Commander in Chief of the Assclown Brigade!Wear the title proudly!

    Best wishes,

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    Commander? Oh not really I'm more like the firewatch.

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    HAH, I thought the apron would be at least level IIA.
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    Only in the uber tactical Baghdad BBQ version

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    Now if we can combine this with one of those kilts, we can really blow the minds of the Burke Lake Park employees.

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    Tomahawk wrote:
    Now if we can combine this with one of those kilts, we can really blow the minds of the Burke Lake Park employees.
    kilt + strong breeze = too much OC for my taste.
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    longwatch wrote:
    Commander? Oh not really I'm more like the firewatch.
    Firewatch? nah, you are at least a Platoon Commander. Given your role, one could easily argue you are, in fact, the Assclown Commander.
    "The tree of liberty must be refreshed from time to time with the blood of patriots and tyrants." - Thomas Jefferson

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    Reminds me of what happened in Vermont last week.
    http://www.ktvu.com/news/13706344/detail.html
    Eventually, officials decided they had seen enough when an elderly gentleman strolled through downtown last week wearing nothing but a fanny pack.

    Now I wonder what kind of gun was he packing, cause we all know a fanny pack screams gun.
    :celebrate

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    VAopencarry wrote:
    longwatch wrote:
    Commander? Oh not really I'm more like the firewatch.
    Firewatch? nah, you are at least a Platoon Commander. Given your role, one could easily argue you are, in fact, the Assclown Commander.
    Longwatch, you are far too modest, just listen to the Devil Dog and the Limey Donkey Walloper(King's Troop, Royal Horse Artillery). We know about these things, and recognise Field Officer material when we see it! Ain't that right, Dog?

    Best wishes,

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    Platoon commander, you mean like the most dangerous weapon in the US inventory? Which is a 2nd Lt. with a compass. I appreciate the support but you all should know I only made corporal on 5 years active duty in the Marines.


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    Well I was actually referring to your role in the 'Assclown Incident', with your assclown hat and all...............
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