20 March 2006

severed goat testicle stew

Don't be making jokes along these lines with the local tribesmen under any circumstances, and most definitely not in the appropriate combination of clacks and grunts and spits. You just might be accidentally understood and some poor beast somewhere will have to surrender its manlihood for the pretense of salvaging international relations, or some such shit.

25 Comments:

Blogger Django Beefheart said...

You got cojones man. Glad to have you back. Liked the post.

20 March, 2006 12:48  
Blogger charlie said...

You have a truly awesome arsenal of insult and invective AST. I am full of admiration. You could make a good living ex-forces by charging big bucks as a splenetic freelance insult consultant. There's a big demand. I might even hire you myself for a paragraph or two for UK consumption.

Love it. As usual. Who cares about rowters! Just take care.

charlie

21 March, 2006 00:56  
Blogger Puma said...

Hrmm, I can be artsy-craftsy when I want to be.... maybe I can sell effigys on Ebay and market specifically to the troops. Pins included! Free shipping!

jab. jab. jab. jab. jab. jab.

I smell a new Revolution.

21 March, 2006 06:44  
Blogger The Statistics said...

I wouldn’t mind getting close enough to jab a few sharp objects in the real deal. Oops! That might be illegal to say also?

the heretic

21 March, 2006 14:15  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

Damn, you can write.

22 March, 2006 04:15  
Blogger julie anna said...

I was speechless there for a moment...I may not agree with everything you have to say, but then, I don't know what the hell to think about anything half the time anyway. Maybe my delight in your words is just the infantry wife side of me coming out-the side that is used to nasty language and vulgar thoughts and screwed up soldiers, because in all reality, it's what I'm surrounded by.

22 March, 2006 15:32  
Blogger Sara said...

Oh lucky you, roomates with goody two shoes! Haven't you corrupted him yet? Ah well, some people will just never see the humor in voodoo potato dolls.

22 March, 2006 21:05  
Blogger Ole Blue The Heretic said...

I just love those fucking barracks lawyers, the ablitily to qoute from any AR or FM truely chapped my ass because half the time they could not do their job worth a shit.

You should have made a patato for him!

28 March, 2006 13:26  
Blogger One Veteran said...

damn I thought I was bitter

You are fucked up in the head dude, but I mean that in the best possible way. Good shit.

29 March, 2006 13:39  
Blogger thepoetryman said...

Son of a bitch! "STAYING in Iraq now is the modern equivalent of keeping wartime Washington in the hands of Nazis you dumb twittering goose stepping greyhaired Himmleroid. Arrogant contemptuous fuck."

That is one hellacious smack down! Beautiful!

Great post, too....

30 March, 2006 14:06  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

Glad you're back

30 March, 2006 14:13  
Blogger Guts said...

You should fry them taters in 40-weight and throw'em in the chow line -- let all the doggies get a taste of your voodoo...

31 March, 2006 16:40  
Blogger Diane S. said...

Lately I've been moved to purchase a number of potatoes myself.

Desperate measures for desperate times.

09 April, 2006 15:54  
Blogger 1138 said...

They just might be working.
Tell me which two of the potatoes has developed a massive leak?

10 April, 2006 00:01  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

We need another post, Short-Timer! Come on you lazybones. Stop patrolling IED infested streets and working on hummers and post.

10 April, 2006 16:19  
Blogger D. said...

Nice fuckin rant you got going there.
Not too bad at all.

Do you still do archaeology?
I do.
Are you working at it, or will you be?
-dannyinwisconsin

12 April, 2006 11:07  
Anonymous Sselavy said...

Hey Short-Timer,

I just read Colby Buzzell's book "My War" and he's got nothing on you in the writing, bitching and moaning department. You are much better.

Keep it up and get a book deal. Maybe on the way home you can sit in first class with the generals like Colby.

26 April, 2006 12:40  
Blogger Diane S. said...

Having been over a month, I'm just weighing in as officially worried and hoping you are okay.

Also, I miss your use of expletives.

29 April, 2006 13:40  
Blogger Middle Child said...

Are ye there?

04 May, 2006 03:39  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

Stop holding back and tell us how you really feel.

14 May, 2006 13:13  
Blogger julie anna said...

(((crickets chirping)))

I KNOW you are there. If you're done with the blog just let us know. If you're at a loss for words (which I highly doubt) why not start by answering this question: What else is there to do in Seattle?

16 May, 2006 21:55  
Blogger Diane S. said...

Can you just post "I'm okay"?

Worried for you brother.

17 May, 2006 19:17  
Blogger One Veteran said...

where you at bro?

21 May, 2006 10:32  
Anonymous larry laffer said...

The coach and two players of the Iraqi national tennis team just got executed Godfather style for wearing short trunks. I´m saying, reinstate that motherfucking Saddamswine, it´s the closest they´ll ever get to a democracy. Loved the piece, btw.

26 May, 2006 06:42  
Blogger L.J. Abershawe said...

Well, I just wanted to say I love the post. I hope all is well with you from one "short-timing" stoplossed soldier stuck in Iraq to another.

05 June, 2006 02:33  

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