Posted On:8/28/2009 3:51pm
Style: BJJ, MACP (hiatus)
More war stories (since it's the only thing that'll redeem this thread)
1996 I was in Bosnia. I was on hill 722 for awhile, and we had a Danish contingent up there. One of the Danish privates was heavily into knives, and had a fairly nice dagger he played with. I guess he was trying to be tricky and do some high-speed manipulations, and missed when he was trying to re-sheath it. I walked into the tent just in time to see my squad leader with his CLS bag patching up the little knucklehead's leg. Thanks for getting blood on our floor, asshole.
Posted On:8/28/2009 4:21pm
Style: Muay Thai
Im liking this shizzle! Great stories Phrost. Fucking come on guys anyone who posts their arse taking a beat down in his first MMA fight doesnt really need to lie. Im about to have my first muay thai fight, if I win I will post vids....if I lose I will bullshit my mates that he was fucking huge, from Thailand and ate a baby for protein afterwards (and somehow the vid will disappear!!!).
In the spirit of the site so alls good....someones looking like a twat but it aint Phrost
Posted On:8/28/2009 7:03pm
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Posted On:8/28/2009 8:40pm
Style: Novice Sub Grappler
Originally Posted by Phrost
I got extremely drunk with three other friends and the cab driver on Cerveza Atlas (cheap beer) and somehow ended up at a 7-11 in Panama City, Panama to get a Slurpee. To this day I don't know why there was a 7-11 in Panama and I could never find it again. *Twilight Zone Music*
I had the exact same experience with the phantom appearing 7-11, only mine was in Copenhagen. I chewed out some drunken Danish kid for knocking stuff over, and his girlfriend asked me who I was and what I was doing there. I told her I went into a 7-11 in Central Square, Cambridge and when I came out I was in downtown Copenhagen. Ended up drinking in a bar called "the Woodstock" in Christiania with a girl that said she was going to eat her dog.
Bevar Christiania. Or not.
Posted On:8/28/2009 9:09pm
Originally Posted by ar549
Where did I ever claim that Phrost AKA Neal Fletcher was not a NCO? That was never even a question as I know for a fact that he was a NCO. The questions were more related to what his MOS AKA Job in the military was. Now we know he was 77F Fuel Specialist and later he was evidently a NCO in charge of Windows NT. How many people knew either of those things before I started this thread?
It is relatively common knowledge that Phrost did IT stuff in the army. As I recall, Asia does similar sort of stuff.
Given that about 90% of the US Army is logistical support for the remaining 10, why would anyone be that surprised.
Also, it is "an NCO" not "a NCO"
This is a common mistake but the distinction between "a" and "an" comes down to the sound of the following word. It is an interesting little peculiarity of English.
Posted On:8/28/2009 9:10pm
The questions were more related to what his MOS AKA Job in the military was. Now we know he was 77F Fuel Specialist and later he was evidently a NCO in charge of Windows NT. How many people knew either of those things before I started this thread?
Apparently everyone that mattered.
I knew he was a sergeant, an NCO, IT specialist, and did some of his service over seas. There are many others that knew that as well.
Yes, it sucks to be left out but, that is your fault. Now, here you sit, trying to take credit for things he has stated all over this website.
Your claim to fame? You put it all in one thread trying, to make someone look bad. Oh wait, no you didn't Phrost did that himself. You implied he was lying. When that backfired, you called him a desk jockey. I see you still play those passive aggressive games.
Boy did it backfire.
Once again Less than an hour for Phrost, three years and counting for you.
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Now I don't really give a **** if Phrost was a Ranger, Navy Seal, or Beetle Bailey, but this! How many times have I tried to tell the youngsters that real hippies liked to fight? Those guys in dresses sitting around smoking pot and doing nothing are neo wanna be fucktards. The most famous hippie of all time was Ken Kesey (Cool Aid Acid Test, One Flew Over the Cuckoo's Nest etc) and is the holder of many unbroken records wrestling for U of O and **** man, we used to spar on acid! Stop picking on hippies, or we'll have to beat up Sirc.
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Posted On:8/28/2009 10:10pm
I have Phrost's ADCC post of his military experience (made back in 2002) on my work computer. IIRC it has a similar account to the one Browning just gave.
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Posted On:8/29/2009 2:32am
Style: StrikeyGrappling & WW2-fu
Originally Posted by Phrost
Which is essentially meaningless if you take out all the irrelevant hyperbole that Mr. Bryan Lee has inserted.
I was in the Army for 7 years. In those 7 years I had the opportunity to get my hands on and train with various weapon systems and would do so because I was in the Army and they were awesome.........So blow me. My life rules.
How bored were you that you wrote out that whole thing?
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Posted On:8/29/2009 3:05am
Style: Tai Chi
I remember Phrost posting years ago that he was a network support dude in the army.
I think it's kind of cheap implying that a 'petroleum supply specialist' is somehow an expose of his service. Driving supply trucks full of fuel around in a combat zone sounds like a dangerous job to me.
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