Odd-yet-fun presentation however. That pantyhose-pulling is a touch that is nice. Wow, I had no basic indisputable fact that stuff from Full Metal Jacket about dealing with your rifle like a girlfriend ended up being centered on such a thing ...
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- Odd-yet-fun presentation though. That pantyhose-pulling is a nice touch.
- Wow, I had no idea that stuff from Full Metal Jacket about treating your rifle like a girlfriend was based on anything real. Also, the description at the bottom mentions other pages, do you happen to have a link to them?
- I'll ask my bud who was an Army Reserve Captain retired who gave it to me. It is real and I have no idea if he has the whole thing or not. We are both into comics so it was real funny to see that. If he does, will post link as reply here. Going away for a few days so will take about a week.
- Hey, just replying again to say that as much as I appreciate the effort there's no need. I found decent-quality scans of the whole thing here .
- I'm so lazy that I didn't even want to type in the URL that was in the bottom text you mentioned, came to comments, saw that you had the same thoughts I did, but you actually did the leg work and coughed up a link for my lazy ass. Thanks! Also, I read the whole thing. Comic books and 'fresh jive' to explain the finer points of maintaining a deadly weapon to a younger audience... Christ, everything about 'Nam was awful.
- Thanks, that's way more effort than I expected. Read more comments