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Re: La La Land

Postby Lordo » Sat Jul 10, 2021 2:40 pm

Get Real! wrote:I was a sergeant who later got demoted due to a couple of AWOLs.

As a corporal, I was then made “sergeant major” because the existing sergeants were too stupid to take on the role.

And then later I was demoted again to private due to further AWOLs.

You see I had a weakness with women… I couldn’t stay in for too long without some freedom and I kept paying the price for it.

In my days it was hard getting leave because there were too few of us and too many outposts to man, so...

Typical of any inadequate individual to blame others for his inadequacy. But having spent time in the army as a private explains everything about you. You desperately trying to cover infiriority complex trying to look superior. Have you considered getting help?

You do need it. You know that right?
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Re: La La Land

Postby Get Real! » Sat Jul 10, 2021 2:50 pm

Lordo wrote:
Get Real! wrote:I was a sergeant who later got demoted due to a couple of AWOLs.

As a corporal, I was then made “sergeant major” because the existing sergeants were too stupid to take on the role.

And then later I was demoted again to private due to further AWOLs.

You see I had a weakness with women… I couldn’t stay in for too long without some freedom and I kept paying the price for it.

In my days it was hard getting leave because there were too few of us and too many outposts to man, so...

Typical of any inadequate individual to blame others for his inadequacy. But having spent time in the army as a private explains everything about you. You desperately trying to cover infiriority complex trying to look superior. Have you considered getting help?

You do need it. You know that right?

We were only 18..20 when we did our obligatory military service... in other words we were kids! :)

And you want to find some “connection” with today, to make yourself feel better? :roll: :lol:
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Re: La La Land

Postby Lordo » Sat Jul 10, 2021 3:05 pm

Get Real! wrote:
Lordo wrote:
Get Real! wrote:I was a sergeant who later got demoted due to a couple of AWOLs.

As a corporal, I was then made “sergeant major” because the existing sergeants were too stupid to take on the role.

And then later I was demoted again to private due to further AWOLs.

You see I had a weakness with women… I couldn’t stay in for too long without some freedom and I kept paying the price for it.

In my days it was hard getting leave because there were too few of us and too many outposts to man, so...

Typical of any inadequate individual to blame others for his inadequacy. But having spent time in the army as a private explains everything about you. You desperately trying to cover infiriority complex trying to look superior. Have you considered getting help?

You do need it. You know that right?

We were only 18..20 when we did our obligatory military service... in other words we were kids! :)

And you want to find some “connection” with today, to make yourself feel better? :roll: :lol:

I have no need to make myself feel better. My plans are well advanced in returning home where I was born and where I belong to a real Cypriot life to see me off and prepare me for the eventuality of whatever awaits, knowing my legacy is safe in the hands of those who have it. And may they enjoy it as much as I have anjoyed it and will continue to enjoy it.

See? no need of superiority feeling of any kind, totally relaxed about my existance and all that, as it were.
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Re: La La Land

Postby Get Real! » Sat Jul 10, 2021 3:15 pm

Well, you called a 19 year old “inadequate who blames others for his inadequacy” because he couldn’t be locked up serving for a whole month at a time without a break on the Green Line, while you were over in Wood Green all safe and sound playing with your willie all day! :roll: :lol:
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Re: La La Land

Postby Get Real! » Sat Jul 10, 2021 3:34 pm

We were a bunch of kids in the middle of nowhere, with no electricity and no water, packs of hungry wild dogs running rampant, loose donkeys making a run for it in the middle of the night, snakes and wild hares jumping out of nowhere, and Turkish mehmetcik sometimes crawling their way over to your side to see what intel and equipment they could gather/pinch, etc!

That’s a lot of shit for a 19 year old to deal with...
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Re: La La Land

Postby Get Real! » Sat Jul 10, 2021 4:45 pm

More on life in La La Land...

We had bogus bilingual shepherds coming over to befriend us in the hope of gathering intelligence, we had asylum seekers wanting out of the Turkish military, we had stupid tourists trying to take pictures of military installations despite all the warning signs, and all sorts of shit happening every single day!

Did you guys know that in the Turkish military if your superior catches you asleep while on sentry-duty, you get shot? I don’t know nowadays but that was definitely the case in the 80s.

Anyway, upon realizing what was happening I started using a torch which I would flash 3-4 times to the guy across, whenever I saw a Turkish vehicle’s lights approaching.

You see, we could only see each other’s approaching vehicles from our vantage points.

In time, the Turks picked up on the habit and they would also flash whenever they saw one of our vehicle’s lights approaching.

Of course, we were in no danger of getting shot if caught asleep, in the worst case scenario we'd get 5-10 days of “punishment days” added to the end of our service, but the Turks didn’t know that… they must’ve thought we were in danger like they were!

One time I flashed and flashed and flashed… the approaching vehicle eventually came to a standstill and about a minute or two later a shot rang out! The poor guy wouldn’t wake up... too many hours, too tired! His sleep would be eternal! :?

Such was the shitty life on the Green Line.
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Re: La La Land

Postby Cap » Sat Jul 10, 2021 6:35 pm

Just shut your gob GR.
Fucking embarrassment to CNG.

It's all good and well we didn't achieve our destiny
Hell I didn't, I'm too fucking old. But at least I stood the post, unlike these Pseudo fu**s that call themselves Cypriot.

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Re: La La Land

Postby Lordo » Sun Jul 11, 2021 3:04 pm

Get Real! wrote:More on life in La La Land...

We had bogus bilingual shepherds coming over to befriend us in the hope of gathering intelligence, we had asylum seekers wanting out of the Turkish military, we had stupid tourists trying to take pictures of military installations despite all the warning signs, and all sorts of shit happening every single day!

Did you guys know that in the Turkish military if your superior catches you asleep while on sentry-duty, you get shot? I don’t know nowadays but that was definitely the case in the 80s.

Anyway, upon realizing what was happening I started using a torch which I would flash 3-4 times to the guy across, whenever I saw a Turkish vehicle’s lights approaching.

You see, we could only see each other’s approaching vehicles from our vantage points.

In time, the Turks picked up on the habit and they would also flash whenever they saw one of our vehicle’s lights approaching.

Of course, we were in no danger of getting shot if caught asleep, in the worst case scenario we'd get 5-10 days of “punishment days” added to the end of our service, but the Turks didn’t know that… they must’ve thought we were in danger like they were!

One time I flashed and flashed and flashed… the approaching vehicle eventually came to a standstill and about a minute or two later a shot rang out! The poor guy wouldn’t wake up... too many hours, too tired! His sleep would be eternal! :?

Such was the shitty life on the Green Line.

I have heard of one such case where the Turkish Military actually killed one of their own. I wil have to dig out what it was about. There is no shortage of soldiers for the Turkish Army so there is no issue of them sleeping on the job and in anycase there is at last two if not three at every look out post. So they can actually take turns to sleep if they wished..

You see how you have woken up our resident fascist out of his sleep. He cannot accept any criticism of his military or government. The fascist asshole wil allswys be an asshole.
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Re: La La Land

Postby Lordo » Sun Jul 11, 2021 3:15 pm

Back to our La La Land. It seems the Bozo is hell bent in not only opening bussiness and also removing all controls just as we have reached 50,000 cases a day and the ICU units being filled. Especially as people are beginimg to test as having got two different variants at the same time. They claim that the death figures are low so they can open up, No need to look at why the figures are low or so they think. There are two reasons why they could be low.
One is the fact medically we are able to treat people better and they may not die from covid.
But also another reason could be that they may die more than 28 days after being tested in which case they are not counted at all.
Why on earth he feels he can remove controls and open up at the same time cannot be a medical reason it has to be a political reason. Another stupidity is that fact that BoZo claims that we cannot apply the restrictons ever again. Why not if we reach 100s of people losing their lives each day. Why not open the economy reduce the social distance to one meter and still wear masks. Lets see how that goes before removing them completely.

Who is telling him that medically he should remove all controls. BMA is saying do not remove restrictions at the moment. On the other hand the Sage group's advice is being kept from us and instead we are being told that they are following the scienence. Like hell they are.
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Re: La La Land

Postby Lordo » Tue Jul 13, 2021 12:11 pm

Cap wrote:Just shut your gob GR.
Fucking embarrassment to CNG.

It's all good and well we didn't achieve our destiny
Hell I didn't, I'm too fucking old. But at least I stood the post, unlike these Pseudo fu**s that call themselves Cypriot.

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On a scale of 1 to 10 just how stupid are you?

You have an independent country and you want to disolve it and become a province of Greece but atthe same time you attack those who want to be part of Turkey. In the meantime what part did your CNG take back in 1974 when they attacked to kill the elected President of Cyprus? and who exactly was leading them then? Was it a Cypriot?

More to the point who is leading the CNG now? You are one thick cnut.
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