Terminal Lance #52 “Fucked Again…”
July 16, 2010
Marines bitching is a favorite pass time of everyone, including myself. However, one thing that truly annoys me is when Marines bitch about things they bring upon themselves. You all know these guys, the fat, suckling shit-birds that do something unexplainably stupid and try to complain to you about it–as if you’re going to agree with them in their idiocy. They roam the halls and catwalks of the barracks, waiting to give their undereducated advice about the Corps and all things involved with it, not once contemplating that maybe they’re just wasting everyone’s time and patience. A lot of the time these guys haven’t even been on deployment, yet still believe they rate as a voice of wisdom.
Please, if you are one of the fat, tit-smothering shit-bags who hasn’t been overseas and wants to complain about the Marine Corps to people who obviously don’t give a shit about your opinion–consider going to your local McDonald’s, order as many McDouble’s as you can afford and eat yourself into a permanent coma or until your heart explodes.
Additionally, I’d like to mention that Apple isn’t paying me to promote their products or anything–the iPhone just happens to be the phone that I use, and therefore has found it’s way into the strip. I think the whole subject of the iPhone is ridiculous; it has become so politically charged by nerds and tech-junkies that they’ve forgot one important aspect of the argument involving the Droid OS, Apple, HTC’s whatever, etc: it’s a fucking phone. No one cares.
In other news, I mentioned on my Twitter that I went on a trip to Eastern Oregon with my dad this week–which is why I was UA on Tuesday to announce the new strip had been put up. Well, all was well in the bustling village of Plush, until my dad set my car on fire. Yes, literally on fire. I noticed it quick enough to void any real damage, but the fire left a nice burn hole in my driver seat. Being that I just got the car about a month ago, I was a little pissed, and cancelled the trip and drove back to Portland some 500 miles that night.
Also, I just wanted to put this photo up from the Facebook Fan Page:
This photo is definitely worth a thousand words. Good work, Marines.
On that note, have a good weekend, and don’t set your cars on fire.