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24 July 2008 - 10:13 PMHere's another pleasant example:
For all of us who fought at D-Day 2008 and ended up at Colleville at the end of the day,
Who all remembers the hundreds of people who stood and watched as twenty people actually fought it out in the center?
There was no initiative and too much inertia on both sides.
Now and then a special forces unit would make a charge,
But most of the afternoon was spent watching only a few people fight.
What would have happened if one side had taken the initiative?
What if one army had charged en masse into Colleville?
It would have been slaughter.
He who dares,
18 June 2008 - 08:38 PMI was one of the guys wearing the Commonwealth Farces shirts. I cannot even begin to describe how much enjoyment I had by picking a fire-fight with the 101st, then running straight to the Commonwealth forces with the 101st following right after me (being shot out shortly thereafter) and watching the 101st and the Commonwealth duke it out. Nothing better than having the allies shoot each other!
I consider our '08 shirts to be one of the most beautiful works
Of artistic destruction
Ever devised for the purpose
Of coating another human being in blue paint.
17 June 2008 - 07:09 PMA bunch of the Commonwealth guys got angry because we had lost a few shirts and thought you stole them, but calmed down when we realized they were knock-offs. And I see why the American Airborne guys would be mad.
One of their commanders was on the border of physically assaulting me
My commander told everyone early on in the week
"If they're not mad at you,
You're not a good sniper."
So by his definition?
And there are a few words I could think of to describe how badly the Commonwealth wasted the 716th at Caen,
But to use any of them would probably irk the admins.
17 June 2008 - 04:19 PMNah, the t-shirt thing was pretty funny, actually. At first, I was really PERTURBED-off, because I thought they'd been stolen, but then I actually read them and realized what was going on.
I'd quote the text for you to make my point again.
But I already got a warning for that
The point was,
Anything more than a passing glance would show that the shirt was a joke.
We aren't aiming to offend anyone,
Although a few people got pretty angry at us.
It was mostly airborne guys though?
It kinda makes it funny because the Airborne kids never realized what was happening,
Until I put my barrel on their masks.
17 June 2008 - 03:46 PMNah, that ambush you set up for the Commonwealth Airborne was pretty good. Didn't work amazing but we had you outnumbered more then 2 to 1, and a really close dead zone, so all things considered it went off pretty well. Plus, from what I saw in other games and off the field, you're cool folks. The GJs were actually on the short-list of units to join (GJs, CanScots and the 1st).
Most people in the Allied Army would like to see the GJ's lynched,
Much less would they ever pay us a compliment!
We honestly do our best to keep things fun,
Even with the T-shirts,
We made sure they were an obvious joke.
So if I ever go Allied,
I know what unit I'm going to join.