Our Stolen Valor knuckleheads in one video: The Futility of Existence

| April 16, 2014 | 16 Comments

This reminds me of all of our SV peeps. It’d just be easier to do the things they claim than to worry about all the lies and getting caught. I don’t know why this video cracked me up so much, but it really did.

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  1. Hondo says:

    One word: “dolboyeb”.

    (Hat-tip to Nicki for confirming the translation, which can be found here.)

    And yeah, that describes most of the posers we see here, too.

  2. Ex-344MP says:

    That puts video to Frank the cranks latest legal exploits for sure.

  3. 68W58 says:

    I doubt if our posers have even the sense that that man eventually showed (for that matter a couple of them would have started out trying to headbutt the fence into submission and gotten more stupid from there).

  4. LebbenB says:

    And the kid is symbolic of the folks that run TAH – taking out the trash.

  5. Maximus says:

    “Up and over Pvt. Pyle! Up and Over!” Also, “Fat, drunk and stupid is no way to go through life son.”

  6. Sparks says:

    TSO thank you so much. I am laughing my butt off and I really needed that this morning. He is a true Russian, Forrest Gump. I loved it when he squeezed back out of the fence and was rubbing his nut sack!

  7. Ex-PH2 says:

    The guy with the parked truck, and now this? In less than six months, too!

    Thank you, TSO!

  8. Doc Savage says:

    God…..stop…I laughed so hard my ribs hurt.

  9. HS Sophomore says:

    What about the part where he puts on a disguise and starts trash-talking the fence?

  10. OldSoldier54 says:

    Hoooooooooooooooooooooooooooly crap!

    Look up “blind drunk” in Websters and find this video?

    Stay AWAY from the wodka, my komrad. It is NOT your friend.

  11. Sparks says:

    Since we’re talking stolen valor, here I go. It rarely happens to me, seeing it up close but this morning was my day I guess.

    After physical therapy I go to McDonalds for my reward of a strawberry shake. I was in line and in front of me ordering is a guy, late twenties, wearing a Vietnam era pickle shirt over jeans. On his left arm above his E-5 rank are two tabs. The “President’s Hundred” and below it, a “Jungle Expert” tab. So right away I am getting pissed. But I wait and try to calm down to talk to him when he steps back to wait for his order. It was busy and crowded. I asked him when he served, “The ‘Stan, three tours”. So I said, great thank you. What’s that President thing? “I’m one of the top 100 marksman in the Army”. Gee I said that’s cool. Where did you get it? “Fort Bragg back in ’09″. Now I’m getting red. So I ask, what’s the Jungle thing mean? “I’m trained as a jungle warfare exert.” Man I said how did you get that? “Six months training in jungles all over the world”. REALLY I said, that’s something else! I said excuse me a minute please.

    So I spoke up in a loud voice and said, “Hey folks, this man here in uniform is a poser and a valor thief!” Heads turn and most duck and move away. The guy tries to move away and I said, “No wait, you’re wearing a tab for an award that is held at Camp Perry, not Fort Bragg and that Jungle Expert tab has been outdated since before you were born.”

    “Folks, this man is a liar and a poser wearing this uniform and those tabs. He’s an insult to real veterans and service men and women. Let’s all give him a big hand!” I start clapping. He makes a beeline for the door and the girl behind the counter yells, “Sir your order is ready, your order is ready sir!” He left it.

    The manager lady came out and asked me to leave. I told her what had happened. She was only concerned with a “pleasant dining experience for customers at McDonalds”. I wish I had had the forethought to calm down, talk to him more and ask if I could get a picture of him. (Most seem to love having their picture taken.) His name was “Calder” on his shirt.

    My first real, public call out experience. I should have done it better but emotions overtook my calmer demeanor and clear thoughts. I’ll be more prepared next time. When it was over I was so pissed I was jittery inside. Maybe he’ll go home and burn that shirt.

    Not the best strawberry shake I’ve had either.

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