Truther Troll Marine in NYC

| September 13, 2013

truther troll

He may be legitimate, but anyone who has to wear their uniform like that and hang funny-looking bling on it so that they get a measure of credibility from idiot civilians still needs to be laughed at and called a troll. With luck, he’ll come by here to defend himself and we can get his records.

Category: Marine Corps

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  1. 2/17 Air Cav says:

    @50. To prevent sex offenders from escaping registration or hiding their crimes by merely relocating to another state, a sex offender must register in the state to which he relocated. Thus, a sex offender convicted in, say, NJ, who moved to FL, would be registered in both states, as well as the National Registry. Failing to do so is a separate crime, as is failing to report a new address within a state.

  2. Hondo says:

    A 9/11 “troofer” and a sex offender. If the FOIA comes back showing stolen valor, we’ll have the trifecta.

  3. OWB says:

    A valor exaggerator who is also a sex offender? Whodathunkit.

  4. NavCWORet says:

    I’m shocked! SHOCKED, I tell you !!

  5. 2/17 Air Cav says:

    A fellow by his name, who also includes Camp Pendleton as a former address, and whose NJ addresses matches what was reported for our boy here, has NJ 15F class real property, which is the tax exemption code for, among other things,
    100% disabled Veteran. We’ll sort this out, eventually.

  6. HMCS(FMF) ret says:

    Well, I’m sure there is something in the US Code about getting a tax-exempt status for 100% disabled Vets if an alien anal probe was used on your at either Roswell or Area 51. I’m sure that John/Johnny could tell us all about how he pulled that one off on Uncle Sugar…

  7. Mike says:

    @52

    Bill Brockbrader already broke the trifecta.

  8. Green Thumb says:

    Another Ticklemonster.

    Great.

  9. Hack.Stone says:

    CWO5USMC@27, as opposed to throwing up in someone else’s mouth?

    Loopback With A Vengeance!

  10. 2/17 Air Cav says:

    @59. Saw it happen. The year was 1974 or 1975. The place was a local NY tavern, a boilmaker kind of place with a pool table and a bathroom that was put in, it seems, with great reluctance. So, a local guy and gal are drinking in a booth of sorts and start making out. I didn’ts ee it start but I heard the passion session end. She delivered whatever was in ger gut right into his mouth.

  11. Mushroom says:

    This guy has some really rabid fans on YT. Posted a question to see if I could get anything, had the message quickly tagged as spam and an angry reply from somebody:

    Your pedigree might be more interesting.

    Since you”ve taken it upon yourself to malign him, I shall return the favor in his? stead to you.

    You identify some of the service awards but miss the two obvious ones. Following your logic, I can safely assume you are faux military. Additionally, you’re currently government or an agent.

    My guess is that you’d fall into the traitor group quite easily.

    Do I sound ridiculous? No more than you.

    Return to your master and grovel.

    I am interested in what those “obvious awards” I missed were, since I identified the NDSM, Good Cookie and Kuwait Liberation ones as well as Sea Service Deployment (with what looks like multiple stars).

    Also with all that bling, no rank on the collar. That puzzles me as well, since that is where Marines wear their rank.

    I am betting a Terminal Lance.

  12. Hack.Stone says:

    2/17 Air Cav@60, yet another reference to This Is Spinal Tap, the greatest rock documentary for a band that never existed.

  13. Tim H. says:

    I served in the Army for 3 years, not the Marines, but anyone in the Armed Forces will tell you that wearing all that crap in a haphazard way, on an old set of “Cookie Dough” desert cams, which is a combat uniform, not intended for medals and ribbons, shows a great disrespect for the uniform.
    Generally people who do this have a paradoxical line of reasoning to justify it…
    “I’m proud of my service and want everyone to know that…
    Yet I don’t have even the rudimentary respect for the uniform that a fresh recruit would show in basic (Boot Camp)”
    It’s typical of those who just want respect and admiration for themselves without acknowledging the organization that trained and prepared them for facing the challenges that made them a “hero”.

    His probably either a fraud, which is most likely, or a constant running joke in his old unit.