LtDave's "Desert Star" Guitars

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He's very confident in his masculinity to wax his arms too..... :D
They’re easy to get to. It’s a shame he doesn’t have a longer reach.
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did anyone else catch facepalm dude and girl trying not to bust out laughing?
 

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They walk among us, usually. Sometimes...


...never mind.


Let’s just say they can swing with the best.
 

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Now that you mention it, every time I read something in green text from LtDave, I read it in Christian Bale's Batman voice.... :hmm:
I read it in James Earl Jones' voice.

Hmm... I've never seen Dave and Darth Vader in a room together either?

Nahh... he's not tall enough :D
 

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Now that you mention it, every time I read something in green text from LtDave, I read it in Christian Bale's Batman voice.... :hmm:
I think that may be more of a personal problem but its okey dokey with me.

Carry on Pete.
 

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Dave once bumped into Charles Norris. "Hey, Chuck" said Dave.

Mr. Norris slowly turned to Dave and muttered "Nobody calls me Chuck".

The rest is history.
 

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Met that guy once.

He was a helluva good guy IRL. Great sense of humor.
I never had the honor of meeting him, but I knew a few guys who did.
Every story matches yours.
 

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He included me in a practical joke on my best friend.

We were at a military show at old Ft. MacArthur in San Pedro, Ca.

Shows and displays from the Roman Legions on up.

R. Lee Ermey had a big tent and a Jeep. Military gear everywhere. Sign said "Come on in".

He was not there at that precise moment.

On of the tent poles inside, there was an old military radio and a hand set. Sign said "hear the Gunny yell".

My best friend Steve picked up the handset, but it was cutting in and out. So he fiddled with the wires on the binding posts.

Right then, Ermey comes in behind him, holds his finger up to his mouth as I'm looking at him, and I pick up on it and give complete silence.

Right then, friggin' Steve drops the wire to the binding post on the ground.

It could not have been more perfect.

The Gunny, still behind Steve, creeps up closer behind him, then screams WHAT THE HELL ARE YOU DOING TO MY FIELD RADIO!!??!!

Steve jumped about two feet in the air, then tried to scramble the wire desperately back in the binding post..

Ermey almost had a coronary, he was laughing so hard. It brought him to one knee.

I was convulsing and could not catch a breath, I was laughing so hard.

Poor Steve, beet-red in the face started laughing too.

Ermey got up, gave Steve a good shoulder-hug and thanked him for being such a good sport.

Ermey and I exchanged greetings and handshakes, he asked me if I served and I told him of my service.

He patted Steve on the back a few more times, still laughing, Steve said "yep, that was a good one"..
 

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