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HelloKitty
31-05-2006, 20:17:44
TED NUGENT insists he has paid his dues for avoiding the draft to fight in Vietnam - he spent "a couple of weeks ready to rock" with a giant machine gun in Afghanistan two years ago (04). The Republican rocker feels awful about avoiding the army in the late 1960s and early 1970s, but he believes he has more than made up for it. He says, "Do I feel guilt and embarrassment? Yes. "I wish I'd understood how important America's fight against our enemies was. "But did I go to Fallujah two years ago? Damn right I did. "And was I in Afghanistan, manning a 50-calibre machine gun in a Chinook, ready to rock? Yes. "Was I there for years? No, a couple of weeks. But I am not a coward."

:bounce:

Japher
31-05-2006, 20:19:21
ok

Lazarus and the Gimp
31-05-2006, 21:07:00
Ye gods, what a towering prick the man is.

Darkstar
31-05-2006, 21:58:09
:lol:!

Gee Ted, if you really are worried about being even, why don't you find the person that went in your place and see if they feel that is the same thing as a couple of years service?

Diss
31-05-2006, 22:32:54
one 1 year was required.

Don't be dissin' Ted.

Chris
01-06-2006, 03:27:55
Wango Tango.

Caligastia
01-06-2006, 15:26:39
Good old Ted...he's a bit of a nutter. Take his rantings with a grain of salt.

Darkstar
01-06-2006, 20:52:08
I'd rather take them with a couple of bottles of :beer:.

Foetus
01-06-2006, 21:46:14
I own one of his expertly marketed compund bows.

MDA
02-06-2006, 03:22:37
my dad loves him, but he loves the NRA too

he actually saw him at a gun show and yelled "hey, Nuge!" at him :lol:

Chris
02-06-2006, 06:51:49
And Ted shot him with an arrow?

Drekkus
02-06-2006, 12:30:36
Who's Ted Nugget?

mr_G
02-06-2006, 13:15:49
aint gonna tell you

Chris
02-06-2006, 14:19:07
Originally posted by Drekkus
Who's Ted Nugget? He's the guy that shot MDA's father.

Immortal Wombat
02-06-2006, 14:29:06
Manny: The job's as good as yours. This bloke, Nugent, owes a favour to an old
mate of mine, Gus. That's the address.
Bernard: (reading poster in shop) Who's Danny Spudge?
Manny: You'll meet him at lunch.
Fran: Did Nugent tell you anything about the work?
Manny: No I only spoke to Gus after he'd been speaking to Danny, not Nugent, so
I don't know.
Bernard: Who's Gus?! What lunch?!
Fran: Ohh I'm going to be late.
Bernard: Wait! (threatens Fran with the jam on his toast) Now, who's Nugent?!
Manny: She won't know until you let her go to the job!
Bernard: What job?! How do you know Danny Spudge?!
Manny: I don't know him. Gus does.
Bernard: Who's Gus?!
Manny: A friend of Nugent's.
Customer: Hello?
Bernard: Who are you?!
Customer: I'm, I'm Ralph.
Bernard: Ralph who?!
Customer: What?
Bernard: Don't play games! (grabs customer around the neck and threatens him
with the jam on the toast) Why did they send you?!
Customer: Look, I just want a book on tape!
Bernard: What book?!
Customer: Anything by James Elroy!
Bernard: How's Elroy involved?! (Throws customer on the floor, straddles him and
threateningly holds the toast next to the customer's face) Tell me or I'll jam
you! Who's Gus?!
Manny: Bernard! Gus is just a friend of mine.
Bernard: Keep talking!
Manny: Look, I used to do some work for Gus - a bit of a crook, but well-connected.
His nephew Danny has written a book. Gus suggested we let him do a reading. I
asked him if he had any jobs going for Fran, and he put her onto Nugent. Very
simple, no mystery.
Fran: Ok?
Bernard: (Drops toast, grabs customer's hair and yanks his head up) What about
this bastard?!
Manny: He's a customer. I'm sorry, we don't do books on tape. Could you try down
the road?