User Profile: leetpriest


Member Since: July 13, 2012

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  • February 26, 2014 at 7:50pm

    I’ll have a go at it. I never once in my entire military career diliberately avoided saluting the flag. Not a single time. So I’ll be happy to cast the fist stone.

    Truth be known, when I led my squad in morning PT, and when I ran fatty PT, we ran TO the flag at reveille and at retreat. Why? Because I watched the Army relax standards during my time in and pride in service decreased among soldiers. That crap made me sick, so I did my damnedest to ensure that the generation if soldiers under me understood respect for customs and tradition.

    Furthermore, take a look at this PFC. Makeup, lipstick and a lazy attitude about her facial gesture suggests a non-combat role. This garrison-riding freeloader pog has no idea what the hell is going on. Thank God she’s probably a quartermaster and not serving in a role where her lack of discipline could directly cause injury or death.

  • December 2, 2013 at 9:41am

    My prayers go out to your wife, kids, pets or foliage.

    Another arrogant updyke, can’t handle the “special pressure”.

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  • December 1, 2013 at 3:58pm

    Skunk, I don’t cheer for the SEC. I cheer for Auburn and only Auburn.

    That said, if you want to open the academics can of worms why don’t you do your research and compare the entrance standards to whatever school you root for against Auburn.

    Compare OSU for instance. You generally need a 23 act, and 1590 SAT to gain admission. For auburn you need a 23 act and 1700 SAT to gain admission.

    But that is neither here not there. Fact is that the big 10 (with 12 schools) is a cupcake conference that OSU had to cheat to survive in.

    Since you’ll inevitably bring up cam newton. Be sure to provide some indisputable evidence that that implicates a player or staff at Auburn to substantiate your claim.

    Until that happens, STFU and go back to wallowing in your glorified div-II conference.

  • December 1, 2013 at 11:02am

    Know what, I have a great disdain for bammer fans, but you buckeye fans have just replaced them as the lowest form of life on this planet.

    Get this shorthanded, osu’s 24 wins are against such crappy competition, you may as well have been playing high school teams. Indiana? Illinois? Purdue? Is this what you call competition? You may as well be playing in the big least or the sun belt.

    Don’t get it twisted. Auburn, Bammer, mizzou, South Carolina, and ATM would have steamrolled your schedule with their second string this year. Even Kentucky and Arkansas would have been at least 7-5 in your pedophile/free tat conference.

    I can’t wait to watch mizzou drop 50 on your free ride team in the sugar bowl. Maybe you dbags will descend back to your weight rooms in your mother’s basement like you did after LSU creamed you in 2007.


  • October 26, 2013 at 7:49am

    I was a network engineer in the army during the Iraq war. Now I’m a Senior Network Engineer in the private sector with subordinates under me. At the age of 30.

    Few things, in the military, the level of work you do is quite low. It is entry level work. Civilian contractors do the real work.

    So, soldiers, marines, and the other 2 women’s departments of the armed forces, life is far more uncertain outside of the military umbrella. You want a job when you get out? Either get your certs (the right way, don’t cheat. I love to humiliate cheaters in interviews) and learn the technology, or try another career.

    Network Engineering is not the same as “it guy” or “computer technician”. You are expected to understand the intricacies of design and implementation. The job of a real network engineer is at or above the difficulty level of a civil or mechanical Engineer, with the added difficulty of constant and speedy evolution.

    So don’t cry that you can’t get a job. Get out there and get the piece of paper. It’s required. Otherwise HR will choose some ignorant college kid that has obsolete junior level skills.

  • October 17, 2013 at 6:59pm


    Being tortured in vietnam doesn’t singularly erase the years of damage that McCain has done to this country. Military service does not exempt you from criticism.

    I point to my OIF campaign ribbon and the 2 oak leaf clusters centered on it as reference, in case you had another witless retort.

  • October 17, 2013 at 3:40pm

    True enough, the GOP is no longer the party of lincoln.

    The Democrats are still the party of plantation owners. Civil service is the new cotton.

    Grow a brain, phillyatheist. Your left-wing rhetoric is tired and unoriginal.

  • October 17, 2013 at 2:48pm

    Chris Matthews is the worst kind of idiot. He continually sits in a communist echo chamber.

    I don’t know why we’re all so continually outraged by what this massive douche says. We should only be shocked if he says anything that DOESN’T warrant being committed to a mental institution.

    Is he an idiot? Yes. Is he an insane person? Yes. Does he live in a make-believe fantasy land that he created to justify his own incoherent babble? Yes.

    So why would we expect anything different?

  • October 17, 2013 at 12:30pm

    Those of you who are still members of the GOP who consider yourself conservatives, you need to leave the party. Deregister, stop funding them, send their mail back to them. Call the RNC and tell them that you’re leaving the party. Start telling conservative candidates that you want to see them run as independents.

    The GOP-Whig party obviously wants to implode. The sooner we help them destroy themselves, the sooner we can rebuild a national party that represents our beliefs as conservatives.

    You need to understand that the Republican party has not been, and is not a party for conservatives anymore. GOP sweethearts like John McRINO, Mitch McConnel, Lindsay Graham, and Peter King have waged an open war against your principals. WE ARE NOT WELCOME IN THE REPUBLICAN PARTY ANYMORE.

  • October 16, 2013 at 8:10pm

    Mystery of Babylon, where are you from? Do all of the scumbags in your state repeat ignorant stereotypes? Or is it just you?

    And for the record, I don’t want this blood money or the democrat-lite that earmarked it.

  • October 16, 2013 at 10:30am

    Of course they are. Fatties are the next protected civil rights group. Why do you think Obama is peddling his subsidized abortion bill…I mean healthcare bill? It’s to pay for his fat ass wife.

    If they were one of the porkers taking selfies on facebook after eating gallon-sized tubs of haagen-daz, it would be acceptable.

  • October 16, 2013 at 10:26am

    Oh we want to discuss shaming? How about the fact that it is impossible to find business casual clothing designed to fit skinny people at a reasonable price? We are forced to shop at places like express and pay outrageous prices in order to be able to wear clothing that fits us, all because we choose to exercise regularly and eat food that is healthy.

    So I couldn’t give less of a damn if a fat person feels shamed. 99.99999% of the time, it’s your own damn fault you’re fat. You don’t want to be shamed? Get off the couch.

  • June 5, 2013 at 7:20am

    gordon gee is a relentless douchebag that runs a school designed for churning out the next generation of douchebags.

    He’s furthermore angered by the fact that his school was caught cheating and put on probation in football (where they have been repeatedly sodomized in bowl games against the SEC), and is a bottom-feeding basketball school that can’t seem to close out in a tourny.

    Let’s all be real with ourselves. Have you ever met an Ohio State fan that wasn’t a complete and utter douchebag? This school would be better off hiring the male cast of Jersey Shore to replace douchE. Gordon Gee.

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  • April 19, 2013 at 5:07pm

    “Loving v. Va.: “Marriage is one of the ‘basic civil rights of man’”

    Its sad that bigots have no understand or love for the Constitution. There is a 9th Amendment that states very clearly not all rights enjoyed by the Citizens are listed in the Constitution. That and Supreme Court cases like Loving, only a fool would say that there is no right to marry in this country.

    Of course there is no right ot join a private organization, but I never said that there was. Its ironic that an organization that claims to represent the best of America openly discriminates.

    Does religion give grant a right to discriminate. Christians have proven themselves to be hate filled creatures. The Westboro Bapist Church represents the average right wing christian in this nation.”

    What’s sad is your ability to interpret the context of judicial decisions. Loving v. virginia was was about interracial marriage. A person’s race is determined by genetics, where science has proven that sexual preference is not.( This article and the references contained within it show that homosexuality is a learned behavior.

    As for the 9th amendment, I answer that with the 10th amendment.

    Your claims of bigotry and discrimination and hate are completely nullified by your bigotry, discrimination and hate of Christianity.

    Seriously? WBC? That comparison is insanely fallacious at best. But by your logic, I can compare you to James Lee and Jose

  • April 19, 2013 at 2:59pm

    Posted on April 19, 2013 at 12:42pm
    Looks like the fact that another institution realizes that civil rights are for all citizens has driven the christan bigots insane with hatred. No citizen should be denied equal rights, nor shoud some ancient book of myths be the basis for deny such rights.”

    Aside from your obvious lack of command of the English language, it’s pretty clear that you have no idea what a “right” is in this country. There is no “right” granted by the constitution to marry in this country. There is no “right” granted by the constitution to join a private organization such as the BSA. Therefore, no “rights” are being denied to anyone.

    Except what you clearly support, which is the preventing of the right of Christians to freely exercise their religion through your slander and libel of the entire religious group. It’s evident that you’re bigoted and intolerant of the right of Christians to freely exercise their religion. You can see the vile hatred of religion seeping through every word in your post.

    You are a reprehensible theophobe.

  • April 17, 2013 at 9:42am

    That’s just begging for a photoshop.


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  • April 4, 2013 at 10:04am

    This discipline issue (which is exactly what it is) can easily be corrected with NJP. NJP this NCO immediately and bust him back down to an E-1, where he belongs, so that he can take another 3-5 years to correct his discipline problem.

    Suggestions for corrective action:

    - Revocation of on-post driving privileges and vehicle storage for 2 years
    - Reduction of rank to E-1
    - Anger Management courses for 3 months to be carried out on Friday evenings, and all day Saturday
    - Mandatory 1 year participation in one of the following volunteer programs (yes I realize the contradiction of that sentence):

    Habitat for Humanity

    This marine needs to learn humility and learn to channel his aggression into the appropriate places.

  • March 26, 2013 at 3:19pm

    First off, if someone cuts you off and doesn’t damage your car, let it go. Following people is the same as looking for trouble.

    Second off, this guy started the fight. You don’t punch someone because they’re running their mouth.

    Third off, pack with one in the pipe. That split second he took to chamber the round as they were backing off was the end of his self-defense argument.

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  • March 21, 2013 at 2:42pm

    haters gonna hate.

    8er’s gonna 8.

    Remember it, single title fan.