***insert joke at Cena_Mark's expense here***
No they are vile lies. Baleen is and has always been a bitter hater.
I thought you WERE baleen?
I'd love to see you do a video where your Cena_mark persona and your baleen persona fight it out, a la Edward Norton in Fight Club.
Where do people get this Cena is baleen and Cena is Caminante nonsense.
If I were both I would have gotten bored with pretending to be Baleen a long time ago.
|Meatsack Jones |
HEROES COME IN WAVES! FATHERS JUMP IN WATER! GAME ON!
We need more cliches, we really do.
So, the Weather Channel's got it's own "extreme jobs" reality show now. How long until it starts airing back to back documentaries on chemtrails, ball lightning, and Nazi-alien weather control experiments?
Now I'm not saying that El NiŮo is due to ancient aliens but.... ancient aliens.
|Jet Bin Fever |
I'm guessing they've cut out all the scenes of mopping and shoe shining right?
|Scrotum H. Vainglorious |
Typically when people enlist in the military they don't have a lot of free time to dick around on the Internet. So, Cena, it's pretty obvious you're not qualified to do anything shown in the clip so you probably have a low stress, shore based, minimal requirements job that affords you the opportunity to play with plastic pony's and smear makeup on your face.
Looking at the CG's website I see three jobs suitable for a man of limited intellect such as yourself:
* Food service specialist
Which one of those three has you defending America from intruding shrimp trawlers and drunken kids on speed boats?
Neither. In my rate I am directly involved in SAR. Plus I'm not here all the time and I make like a video every few months so its not like my life is dedicated to making videos. Also I don't play with plastic ponies because I just like the show I am not a brony.
As I said I am not any of those rates, try again.
I know I've said this before, but I'm honestly curious as to what your exact job is in the Coast Guard. I'm not trying to make fun- I mean hell, I'm certainly not one to talk, as my stint in the Army was about as far from badass as you can get. I collated paperwork, ran background checks on eighteen year olds, and fetched coffee for business-suit wearing Federal Agents who made more in a month than I would ever do in four years. I, too, spent more time mopping than I did firing a rifle in anger.
So come ooooonnnnn, man! Unless you're working in some hush-hush secret clearance requiring capacity, spill the dirt! You already outed yourself as a Brony; you're one of those refueling guys, aren't you?
AT THE VERY LEAST, answer me this: are you stationed at Kodiak? If so, will you be appearing on the show?
Not on Kodiak, but I hear the film crew will visit other Alaskan Units.
Cool thing about the Coast Guard is that it doesn't matter what your rate is, you can still do badass things. The Navy with its huge numbers has people specialized to do individual tasks. In the Coast Guard crew members are needed to handle all kinds of tasks no matter their rate. So when I'm on a cutter I'll definitely get boarding team qualified.
Yeah, sorta like how the Army trained me to blow shit up with Claymore mines and AT4s, then had me never do any of those things ever again.
So you ARE on a cutter, then? Or are going to be? And there's no shame in being a gas guy; from what I hear, it's a high stress job with no promise of glory at the end of the day. Right up there with "truck driver" on the list of shit jobs I'm glad I never had to do, but can't mock people for doing. Much respect.
Land unit right now, but I hope to get on a cutter next.
Also, I still don't believe you're a real boy, Pinocchio, but if you are, more power to you, being in the coastguard in Alaska is ok.
|Oscar Wildcat |
"As Putin rears his head and comes into the airspace of the United States of America, where do they go? Itís Alaska. Itís just right over the border. It is from Alaska that we send those out to make sure that an eye is being kept on this very powerful nation, Russia, because they are right there, they are right next to our state."
The Japanese invaded Alaska in WWII. Alaska must be vigilantly defended.
I love the music. The Coast Guard only gets three chords.
Most Johnny Cash and Hank Williams songs are 3 chord songs. Masterpieces despite their simplicity.
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