Ask Don and Diane Shit, Aussie SAS, Thai and Korean SEALs

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Brain

11/16/2018
21:44:25


You are a damn good story teller. I joined to support your hunting phonies and got a lot more than that. Thanks!



Josh

03/11/2016
07:20:53


Love from Australia!



Jake the Snake

02/10/2016
18:43:30


Holly Shit.............



ghostdog

01/08/2016
20:05:56


lol yep



nicholas

12/05/2015
00:04:49


anyone else see the pic on the tree beside don?



Robere210

12/01/2015
09:35:08


Hiding in plain sight! Years ago I worked for an A-list movie star. His face is world famous, and has been for 25 years. We were on location in Wash. D.C. and he was shooting scenes in the Willard Intercontinental hotel for a week. Every morning, noon and evening he and his main assistant and me would get out of his Surburban, walk a half block right down the sidewalk, which was teeming with pedestrians, and not a single day did a single person ever stop him or recognize him. No one expected to see him on a sidewalk at 8 a.m. or noon, and we never had a problem.

On that same movie, on another outdoor set, I was waiting at the Craft Services tent for him to come and then we were going to leave the set. Craft Services is where the food and dining tables are. And every movie set has cops on it, to keep lookie-loos, or crazies from causing trouble. And I am sitting there and I see these two metro cops sitting at another table. And man alive, these metro cops are strack troops--they are wide-chested, steely-eyed guys with muscled, hairy forearms. Real tough looking cops, and they had all this special shit hanging off their uniform tunics--stuff I had no idea what it was for. Nobody was going to give these cops shit for any reason whatsoever. Well I like cops, and I had been good friends at one time with a D.C. cop and I thought I would go over to these guys and strike up a conversation. I was gonna ask them if they knew the cop I knew. I figured there was no chance they would know the guy, but it would give me an opportunity to talk to them and sling some shit with them. So I walk over and introduce myself and ask them if they knew my old D.C. cop buddy John. They stand up and one of them pulls out his 9 mm pistol, and grabs it by the butt and barrel and twists in back and forth and says, OH we re not real cops. We re actors. See? And he twists his gun again--it was made of black rubber. THAT is good casting.

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11B1P

09/10/2015
22:47:48


LOL what an awesome story



Flowermonkey

08/05/2015
18:05:22


Excellent story, very scary situation with the local militia.



Yank567

07/01/2015
23:52:01


I have a question.....how can I be the man when you're the man???



Silwer

06/06/2015
19:49:39


Best ever.