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  1. Jimmy boring as hell Lloyd, that's how they repay 30 years of loyalty It's really lost its way........ And kayces wife..... Can't stand her and his son needs to grow a set.
  2. As we all know, the Taliban considers it a sin for a man to see a naked woman who is not his wife. So, this Saturday at 2:00 PM Eastern time all Australian women are asked to walk out of their house completely naked to help weed out any neighbourhood terrorists. Circling your block for one hour is recommended for this anti-terrorist effort. All men are to position themselves in lawn chairs in front of their house to prove they are not Taliban, demonstrate that they think it's okay to see nude women other than their wife and to show support for all Australian women. And since the Taliban also does not approve of alcohol, a cold six-pack at your side is further proof of your anti-Taliban sentiment. The Australian Government appreciates your efforts to root out terrorists and applauds your participation in this anti-terrorist activity. God bless Australia! By the way, if you see anything suspicious, the terrorist hotline in Australia is 1800 - 123400
  3. Dave none of my comments have even hinted at what you've suggested above. Reference was for those that did fight against the Axis - 'Sad thing is that in the early 50's Japanese cars started to take over followed by German cars. We may have won the war but we lost the battle. I often try to imagine what it must have been like for my father and uncles not many years long from the Pacific jungles and fighting in Africa seeing Japanese and German cars being bought'. Do I personally hate Japanese or Germans or Japan or Germany as a people or as nations, no. Do I hold a deep and utter searing burning hatred towards them in WWII .....you betcha' I do.
  4. These ones Hendo? https://www.amazon.com/ISOtunes-Sport-Advance-Shooting-Earbuds/dp/B092BQLPJM
  5. My two sons own a large plumbing business, lead pipe is getting rarer these days, but its still around with remodels on old houses.
  6. So Goering, Hitler, Himmler, Koch, Goebbels, Mengele, Heydrich should have been welcomed to break bread with folks after cessation of hostilities? Why did the Allies hang so many German and Japanese war criminals? You should read up on how many more should have been hanged but weren't. Your former colleagues weren't in the jungles, not on the Bataan Death march, Sandakan Death march, not in any of the POW camps through Asia or Europe, weren't used a experimental guinea pigs, weren't eaten as food with bits cut off them over days, weren't used as sport in beheading contests. Its good that they weren't haunted for the rest of their days and had no animosity. https://www.pacificwar.org.au/JapWarCrimes/TenWarCrimes/Murder-cannibalism.html https://www.pacificwar.org.au/JapWarCrimes/TenWarCrimes/Banka_Massacre.html
  7. I do like sausage....frankfurts haven't eaten one of them in decades.
  8. Crude????? In Australia this is hilarious entertainment!!!!! Gotta' throw this out (asbestos suit donned) Australia is just too damned hot to suffer snowflakes
  9. Had to look that up Sue https://www.metsatissue.com/en/brands-products/baking-cooking-papers/paper-differencies/Pages/default.aspx
  10. What's your secret to really crispy bacon?
  11. An Aussie phones an ambulance because his mate's been just hit by a car Aussie: Get an ambulance here quick, he's bleeding from his nose and ears and I think both his legs are broken. Operator: What is your location sir? Aussie: On Eucalyptus Street. Operator: How do you Spell that sir? Silence..... (heavy breathing) and after a minute or so... Operator: Are you there sir? More heavy breathing and another minute later... Operator: Sir, can you hear me? This goes on for another few minutes until... Operator: Sir, please answer me. Can you still hear me? Aussie: Yes, sorry bout dat... I couldn't spell eucalyptus, so I just dragged him around to Oak Street.
  12. An American and Australian are arguing over the spelling of 'jail' Aussie says, 'Look mate, it's spelt G-A-O-L, that's the original correct spelling used by the English.' The American looks over to their British buddy, 'Sort this out for us will ya, how did you learn to spell it?' 'A-U-S-T-R-A-L-I-A'.
  13. All Aussie kids (and big kids) love making them
  14. LOL Dave These are what we call thongs down here -
  15. They were lucky then and were maybe oblivious to the atrocities committed by Japanese airmen, navy and army personnel, or just really forgiving folks. When I was 14, I worked at a Woolworths food supermarket in Double Bay in Sydney, a high Jewish population. Seeing tattoo'd numbers on older peoples forearms was the norm. I spoke to a lot of them, trust me, one was my history teacher...... they held animosity in their hearts as well.
  16. Don't believe that for one second, what my father saw in New Guinea he never forgave. There wasn't any Japanese government officials, just barbaric Japanese soldiers, fresh from atrocities perpetuated in Nanking.
  17. How do you ask an Aussie waiter for the bill? 'Checkmate!'
  18. An old drover walks into a barber shop at Black Stump Crossing in the Northern Territory, for a shave and a haircut. He tells the barber he can't get all his whiskers off because his cheeks are wrinkled from age. The barber gets a little wooden ball from a cup on the shelf and tells the old drover to put it inside his cheek to spread out the skin. When he's finished, the old drover tells the barber that was the cleanest shave he'd had in years, but he wanted to know what would have happened if he had accidentally swallowed that little ball. The barber replied, "Just bring it back in a couple of days like everyone else does."
  19. Sad thing is that in the early 50's Japanese cars started to take over followed by German cars. We may have won the war but we lost the battle. I often try to imagine what it must have been like for my father and uncles not many years long from the Pacific jungles and fighting in Africa seeing Japanese and German cars being bought.
  20. Greenhorn (me) confusion causer
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