Stolen valor jerk from Alberta

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  1. mtgguitar

    mtgguitar Silver Supporter

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  2. thatF-INGflyingVguy

    thatF-INGflyingVguy Senior Member

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    the worst kind of people:noway:
     

  3. Who

    Who I'm back. Back in the New York groove.

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    I'll bet a hundren dollars he was not in the Marines.



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    Yea frosts my N**ts to see these idiots.......there is a website called stolen valor they are veterans who volunteer to bring these scumbags out. I love it when they get caught, had one in Mississippi I think it was. Running for office trying to play the vet card but once it was out he lost horribly.
     

  5. Bobby Mahogany

    Bobby Mahogany Senior Member

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    He didn't say he was "retired".
    He said he was "retarded" but nobody got that I guess...

    Peter should have "toth" before doing that.

    Jerk moves.
    Probably not well in the head.
     
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  6. Bill Hicklin

    Bill Hicklin Senior Member

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    Too blurry for details, but I'll bet a hundren dollars that those medals and ribbon bars don't match up. Also funny how this "retired E-7" is wearing an E-9's chevrons.

    (Note for our Northern/Transatlantic friends: his bogus retirement certificate states he was a Gunnery Sergeant, paygrade E-7; in Canadian money that's OR-7, e.g. Colour Sergeant. But the rank insignia on his sleeve is that of a Master Gunnery Sergeant, E-9, equivalent to WO1 e.g. Regimental Sergeant-Major.)
     
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  7. brokentoeswalker

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    We don't take too kindly to that up here. Might cut the guy some slack if he was 95. I'm no shrink but the people who do this must have some sort of specific mental illness.
     

  8. Guitarhack

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    I've got a brother and a bunch of buddies who are retired Marines and they do not look kindly upon this type of behavior.

    He is pathetic.
     
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  9. mtgguitar

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    Yep. Mental problems, narcissism or just really stupid. This faker didn't even bother to do a little research before pinning medals on his uniform. There must have been a two for one sale on Nat Defense Svc Medals when he bought them. He looks like a 45-year-old E3.

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    I have the utmost respect for those who have served. I also like to collect military items. I have a WWII officer's hat. His card is included. He was a flyer. Why would a family give that away? I bought a rather large string of ribbons. Rows and rows. I took the time to know what each ribbon meant. His military life was amazing. Again, why would a family give that away? To have a pretender wear this is just what it is.
     

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    Really sad and disrespectful. Had a few here in NZ too. As Ex Army i would LOVE to have a little chat...
     

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    TheX Voice of Reason

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    A lot of people pretend to be a lot of things that they aren't. Humans have a lot of defects. This one is just more visible than some others.
     
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    Nothing more than a Master Bullsh*tter.......
     
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    TheX Voice of Reason

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    At least he didn't claim he was a doctor.
     
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    Posers come in all shapes and sizes. The mentally ill are a different problem altogether.
     
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  16. Bill Hicklin

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    (Incidentally, his "service number" doesn't have enough digits)
     
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    No way of knowing if there's a clear separation.
     

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    I have no use for liars and frauds like that. I'd just as soon spit in his f***ing eye.
     

  19. jdto

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    Nah. Child molesters.
     

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    I wear my Father's windbreaker with a large embroidered patch on it, as a source of pride (he was the head of the Naval School of Photography '65-'69). Anyone asks (and some have as I'm 61) I proudly tell them about him and his Naval career.
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