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Old 01-01-2014, 03:19 PM   #1
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A Tough Marine

Former marine sergeant took a Job as a school teacher. Unfortunately prior to taking the job he had injured his back requiring him to wear a upper body cast, however it it nicely under his shirt.
On the first day on the job he learned his class consisted of some of the worse punks in school, the punks knew he was a Marine Sergeant but we're determined to see just how tough he was
The first day of class he walks confidently in the class and opens a window then sets down at his desk, when all of a sudden a strong gust of wind from the opened window blows the flap on his tie over his shoulder.
The sergeant repositions his tie & picks up a stapler $ staples the tie to his chest.

Dead Silence!!!
The rest of the school year went very smoothly".......

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Old 01-01-2014, 03:39 PM   #2
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SIMPIFY from an old Marine Buck Sargent.
Just a thought.
1950 to 1956.

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Old 01-01-2014, 05:24 PM   #3
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One smart marine.. But then many of them are.

Another story involving a retired (If there is such a thing) Marine DI.

Idiot decides the way to "Get paid" is to rob the blind snack vendor in the Federal building.. You see being blind the vendor won't be able to describe him (right)..

Vendor however has an assistant, if you have not already guessed said assistant is the fully able to see 20 20 Retired Marine Drill Instructor then you are not doing well.

Mr. Idiot quickly learned of the assistant,...

OH, witnesses included several Federal Judges arriving at work and stopping in to the snack bar for their final cup of coffee before donning the long black robe.

By the time mr. Idiot figured out what hit him (One ticked off Marine) he was already sentenced and in the custody of the Federal Corrections folks.
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