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Send in air support! Send in the clowns!

September 29, 2009

Blog Guy, I’m a career soldier in the U.S. military, but I gotta say I’m sick of following the so-called leaders they throw at us. Does every army in the world have the same kind of clowns running it?

I’m afraid so, as you can see from this weekend photo taken in Honduras.

Gosh, is that a regulation uniform?

Sure. I believe the three stripes on his sleeve mean he’s a sergeant, and the checkerboard trousers signify infantry.

Incredible! What do the really bright colors signify?

That he’s gonna be a much easier target than the normal dudes in the camouflage fatigues.

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A clown poses as soldiers look at him during a march in Tegucigalpa, September 26, 2009. REUTERS/ Oswaldo Rivas

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I thought it was a picture of Charles reviewing the British troops. But then I took a closer look at the hair and realized it must be Obama and the US troops.If there’s anything I learned from Rob it’s to never read the captions!(How do you like that Rob – someone LEARNED something on this blog!)

Posted by Jimmy | Report as abusive
 

Maybe the new Batman sequel? The next generation Joker and his little green army men? I wouldn’t mess with this clown!

Posted by CAM | Report as abusive
 

Basler, you better your act cleaned up… People are LEARNING from your blog… you are not supposed to promote learning!!!!!Better make sure, that it doesnt happen again, else a letter is shooting off to your boss(P.S: just got off the phone with MY boss… sowwie, Bob)

Posted by Shra | Report as abusive
 

I note that Shra didn’t want a closer look at THOSE shoes…

Posted by Little Miss Random | Report as abusive
 

Nah… not very appealing…. like heels…:PLet this be remembered as you shop for my birthday gift… :)

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