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He wasn't trying to fight them either. They just took things the wrong way apparently. Id still do it again for him, he's a stand up guy.
This is wise because you never know who will go off the deep end and shoot a place up. You want to be friends if that idiocy goes down.
No doubt, that sh!t happens in Toronto all the time.
Kids used to just fight and deal with their anger with their fists. Now they bring AK-47's and other assorted firearms to class to "deal with things".
Times have changed and it's really disturbing. I'm like Lefty though, I was friends with EVERYONE in high school. I especially made the point to be nice to the uniquely different people. You never know who will be Steve Buscemi from The Waterboy.
No doubt, we had one dude that supposedly had a list to "deal with" for the people who were mean to him in high school.
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Kids these days are crazy.
People shooting stuff up, people killing themselves it's all crazy.
World is fvcked up.
That was Billy Madison you bufoon
Not guilty y'all got to feel me
I said Joe Montania.
Sad day and time.
I wasn't lost or black .. I have a black friend that was there that goes to ASU and he was drunk. I am uber white. and yes i was picking him up at The Rose. I am by no means "hood" , I used to go into The Rose and never had a problem suprisingly.
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"Get in where you fit in." Life is, Too Short TL;DR
I got blown back by an IED explosion in Ar Ramadi, Iraq in the Ma'laab District during a foot patrol at night. It was winter, so it was rain season, and there was mud and water everywhere (obviously), our team leader ran across an alley, I was behind him, and he set off a pressure plated IED. My buddy said it knocked us back 10 feet, and they had to drag us out of the alley. All I remember is the flash and the sound. Thankfully the only injuries I suffered from this was a few pieces of shrapnel in my leg, the biggest being the size of an M&M.
Did your buddy die then?
Jeezus that is scary.
He lived, by the grace of God. He ended up needing a bunch of brain surgeries though, and a terrible case of TBI. Here's a photo of him after one of his recent surgeries.
Jesus Bushido, you trying to ruin my day and shit ?
fsufsu said... I've got about 10 great stories on Lane but all you need to know is he will never be a loser, that's for sure.
That's horrible, but at least he is alive.
Yeah, we both were incredibly lucky that night.
its all good..... but damn
Shit is real in the field son
thats sucks bro, but like they said, atleast he is alive. Had a similar thing with a buddy of mine. I "saved his life" according to the army. I reality I just sat there till a medic showed up. Anywho he got a second purple heart when he got shot in the kevlar and it deflected the round into his shoulder. news crew got a hold of the story and he got 15 minutes of fame. pretty cool story in all, check it out. Guy has done like 9 tours or something and I keep telling him that sooner or later his number is going to be up, but he keeps going.
A 4th Infantry Division Soldier whose life was saved by his Advanced Combat Helmet received a Purple Heart and Combat Action Badge at Camp Echo, Iraq, March 20.
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