Discussion in 'The Bar' started by MasterBlaster, Nov 6, 2012.
I love the Applebee's burger!
You need to make that av bigger bro
So I guess I'm the only one? No way!
I'm starting at Applebees, going to Outbacks, and finishing up at Chili's.
I hope I don't have a coronary!!!
Fuck that faggot
Im a Marine Vet and it makes me sick that this Communist Faggot is Commander in Chief. He truely is the worst of all scenarios. Kruschev was right that the United states would be defeated from within.
I love Diversity. Fuck the white man, he sucks!
You can't go near one of those places here. Its like a 2 hour waits at all locations.
I rather buy something better anyways
And fuck this Country too a bunch of retards. I'm sure my bud's that lost their limbs are really proud to have sacraficed for fucking nothing!!!!, Thank you Women, MInorities, it's great to have a moron in charge. Fuck this
Fuck the morons who are posting Obama shit. This thread isn't about that.
The secret is arriving at the busiest place early. Applebee's opens at 11 am. I plan to be there when they open the doors. The other two places, I'm gonna play by ear... if it's too busy I'll say fuck it, go home and burn one.
Damn, I ain't believing there aren't any veterans here.
Not a single one???
My dad, who has Alzheimer's Disease, and has not been able to communicate or recognize any of us since 2009, was a Staff Sargent in the USAAF during the Big War.
He was stationed all over the Pacific theater (Philippines, New Guinea etc...) and his MOS was to take meteorological readings and to spot troop movements along the front lines; ostensibly to record troop movements for artillery coordinates etc...
He flew in a wood framed, cloth covered Piper Cup; and he only told me of a few scary instances he had; small arms fire, engine issues, getting lost in bad weather, getting strafed by Japanese fighters, while on base, and watching P-38 Lightnings take off after them.
I miss my dad, and I often think of how brave he (and any other American who wore the uniform to protect my freedom) was and how thankful I am to be sitting at this desk and posting on this because of all of them.
Thanks to all of you veterans.
This is what the plane my dad flew in looked like
Oh, and today is my Dad's 91st birthday.
Doughy I thank your dad and all of the veterans today for the freedoms we enjoy. My late father in law was a wounded wwii vet.
2 hour wait at an Applebees?
The end of the world is near.
I found a better list...
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I am gonna go get a free car wash.
Thank you to all my fellow vets!