Phony Navy SEAL of the Week. The Nigerian Navy SEAL Part 1.



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Alan.from.okriehomie

12/31/2018
00:29:26


Thank you for what you do sir. Love your content and the recipes have made for a lot of fun down at my moms property during this holiday season! Keep em comin!!



Buda

09/03/2018
18:31:17


Why were part 2 and 3 taken down? Would love to hear what this chick had to say



Buzz

08/20/2018
04:03:12


i'm sorry but I can't see the video I'm a new member



Lebowskiville

08/04/2018
04:29:48


Im finally glad Im able to view these video. New member here

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NavArmCG

07/18/2018
16:43:11


I am ashamed to say this but I was born during the hippie generation...Americans are getting more stupid as time passes on...liberals are such fools for the most part..when will it end? answer: never- "there is a sucker born every minute" as Moe from the 3 stooges used to say.....

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Krump

07/14/2018
02:35:41


14:55 The regular guys have no dream to sell her. haha



MMastin

06/27/2018
22:28:16


One...If it is not already..this type of chit should be a federal crime.It's more than just a person being gullible or naïve.The moment a dollar changes hands on false pretenses in my book it's a fkn CRIME.Two..If you are living in 2018 and STILL have not heard of the Nigerian/Ghanaian scams yet..I hate to be the one to say " I told you so."

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Heisenberg192

06/16/2018
22:59:05


If you want more on these scammers from Africa, there's a channel on Youtube called Scambait Central based in the UK. He's been on a few documentaries regarding these scammers. He plays a fictional gentleman named Pricky and just wastes MONTHS of these asshat's time. He's even had them go so far to travel from Africa to London just not to show up, but film them from afar. Got to give him a shout-out, just like Don here he's out for BLOOD!

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Joe45014

06/15/2018
12:12:54


I am five minutes in and I have heard GOLD and "he needs 30 grand" and I already know whats coming. I wonder if his "gold" is in Africa? I have been a full time precious metals and numismatic dealer for 20 years, I have three brick and mortal retail stores, and HOLY GOD have I EVER encountered the GHANA Gold scam!! I have spoken to retired CEO's, SMART MEN, who were BILKED out of HUNDREDS of thousands of dollars: "We need 10K to pay the import taxes..." blah blah....I have had an educated man stand HERE in my office holding a picture of a girl that could be a bikini model, INSISTING she is A. in love with him, and B. she is over in Africa having to pay off "warlords" to get their 250 KILOS of GOLD, and once she has it this GODDESS is coming to HIM with over TEN MILLION in Bullion??? HOW is it that at NO point the mind REBELS and says: "WAIT!! ITS ALL A LIE YOU IDIOT!?" This man left his wife, sold EVERYTHING to send to this girl, and he'd gotten down to a set of morgan dollars his father had given him, and he sold those to me for the last $25K. I never heard from him again, but I BEGGED him to call the local field office of the FBI, or GOOGLE "AFRICA GOLD SCAM" and look at the images....the documents he has are all over google. You just cannot defeat what some WISH to believe!

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War Bear

06/14/2018
15:29:39


Don, if you are on a google chrome browser, you can right click and "google" any photo and you can find where else that picture has been posted online. its a good way to find the origin of photos. However, its not exactly a facial recognizing process. However, by finding other places that a photo has been posted, you can search those sites for further intel, and with a little research you 'may' be able to figure out some bullshit.

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