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Old 12-27-11, 05:05 PM   #1
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"Okay, nur eine mehr."
The quiet electric whir of a electric screwdriver, taking off all 20 screws. The panel stayed in place, from the gloved hand holding it in place, but then, the panel slipped, "Ficken!"
The man wore black slacks, black and white Fox shoes, a black long-sleeved shirt, a white tee, and a black bullet resistant vest, which held various magazines for the weapon on his back, and the one on his belt. He leaned as close as he could to the missle as the panel clattered to the ground hundreds of feet below him.
He heard a door swing open and saw the circles of light from flashlights sweep across the room, "Něco musí mít zlomeně a padl. Pojďme."
He heard the door swing closed, then he pulled a pair of wire cutters from his vest and leaned into the missle, and began clipping wires.

"Ztratili jsme kontakt všech rakety!"
"Jak se to stalo?"
"Sabotáž."

The sound of footsteps down a hallway, then a squeek followed by the clatter of G36 assault rifles firing, "Scheiße."
He pulled the rifle from his back, pulling back the bolt just enough to see the brass casing in the chamber. He turned the safety and placed the stock of the rifle to his shoulder. He turned from behind the corner and pulled the trigger. He took a step backward from the recoil, then leaned into the weapon. As the bolt kicked back a final time and refused to slide forward, he ducked behind the corner again, the metal magazine hitting the ground. Another full 20 round magazine was loaded into the EBR, then the bolt was pulled back, then it kicked forward. He swung out behind the corner, unloading the rifle again. He then dropped the rifle, letting it swing on it's sling as he pulled a suppressed VP70 from his belt and raised it, then lowered it. He holstered the pistol then continued running.



"I don't know about this guy."
"Do you doubt my expertise?"
"It's not that, it's just that..."
"What?"
"Well, he's Swiss."
"And?"
"That's the thing. That's all I know about him. I don't know what unit he's from, what his specialty happens to be, nothing. It's just kind of shady."
"Well, how about this. Put him through weapons training and then tell me what you think."
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When questioned later, the lazy dog admitted he let the quick brown fox jump over him.

"It was a bridge-building experience for us both" he said.

The fox declined comment.
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You're supposed to use Wite-Out. DUH.
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Dawn arrived like a mangy dog in search of a little creosote and turpentine. The journey was about to begin but the unconscious dwarf was to learn that later.

Much later.
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"Okay, nur eine mehr."
The quiet electric whir of an electric screwdriver, taking off all 20 screws. The panel stayed in place, from the gloved hand holding it in place, but then, the panel slipped, "Ficken!"
The man wore black slacks, black and white Fox shoes, a black long-sleeved shirt, a white tee, and a black bullet resistant vest, which held various magazines for the weapon on his back, and the one on his belt. He leaned as close as he could to the missile as the panel clattered to the ground hundreds of feet below him.
He heard a door swing open and saw the circles of light from flashlights sweep across the room, "Něco musí mít zlomeně a padl. Pojďme."
He heard the door swing closed, then he pulled a pair of wire cutters from his vest and leaned into the missile, and began clipping wires.

"Ztratili jsme kontakt všech rakety!"
"Jak se to stalo?"
"Sabotáž."

The sound of footsteps down a hallway, then a squeek (squeak) followed by the clatter of G36 assault rifles firing, "Scheiße."
He pulled the rifle from his back, pulling back the bolt just enough to see the brass casing in the chamber. He turned the safety and placed the stock of the rifle to his shoulder. He turned from behind the corner and pulled the trigger. He took a step backward from the recoil, then leaned into the weapon. As the bolt kicked back a final time and refused to slide forward, he ducked behind the corner again, the metal magazine hitting the ground. Another full 20 round magazine was loaded into the EBR, then the bolt was pulled back, then it kicked forward. He swung out behind the corner, unloading the rifle again. He then dropped the rifle, letting it swing on it's (its) sling as he pulled a suppressed VP70 from his belt and raised it, then lowered it. He holstered the pistol then continued running.



"I don't know about this guy."
"Do you doubt my expertise?"
"It's not that, it's just that..."
"What?"
"Well, he's Swiss."
"And?"
"That's the thing. That's all I know about him. I don't know what unit he's from, what his specialty happens to be, nothing. It's just kind of shady."
"Well, how about this. ( Put him through weapons training and then tell me what you think."
Note: Starting ten out of 29 sentences with "He" is a bit redundant.

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The way his fourth-grade teacher had made his life miserable was nothing like Gunny Chipcom's total and systematic destruction of of the last vestiges of his utter humanity over the course of the last 60 days here in the inner elbow of God's Creation the one he cares most about in the big really big Universe that is not only God directed but ultimately God destroyed and we will only be SAVED by God's mercy but I have to take a trip to the woods to see GrandMa about this wolf problem she's been having and of course it's a paranoid delusion she has when her meds get stale but
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It was a dark and stormy night. Suddenly, a shot rang out! A door slammed. The maid screamed. Suddenly, a pirate ship appeared on the horizon!
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It was a dark and stormy night. Suddenly, a shot rang out! A door slammed. The maid screamed. Suddenly, a pirate ship appeared on the horizon!
Snoopy is gonna be miffed when he finds out you plagiarized his opus.
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There's no effen Mickey Spilanes in this place.
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Snoopy is gonna be miffed when he finds out you plagiarized his opus.
And he ripped off Edward George Bulwer-Lytton.
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Said the big frowsy blond.

"Not a one."
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They left with a dame. Not just your ordinary dime a dozen drug store variety. This dame was a looker with a souped up chassis and gams to match.
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"No."
"Yes."
"This is the biggest waste of money I've ever seen."
"I know, isn't it awesome?"
"How much did it cost?"
"Remember that bank statement I got about ten years ago?"
"Yes."
"About one third of that."
Black on the bottom, then white, with red fixtures along the top. Along the sides were two words, "CCCP" and "Пти́чка."
"Are you ever going to launch it?"
"Hell no, a launch would bankrupt us."
"So, let me see if I understand this."
"Alright."
"You have a space shuttle. That you're never going to use."
"Correct."
"Parked next to an SR-71, that you're never going to use."
"Essentially."
"... Quelquefois je questionne votre santé d'esprit."
"Nous savons qu'il a disparu. Depuis longtemps."
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As the fly searched the dead girl's empty eye socket the fat, bald guy watching it's wandering, jerky journey slowly began to wonder.

"Where did I leave my hat?" he thought.

The fly knew but had no way to tell him.
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"Bzzz Bzzz Bzzz" thought the fly. "Bzzz Bzzz!"

The bald, fat guy just stood there looking at the corpse.

"Damn, where did I leave that hat?" he thought.

"Bzzz bzz Bzzzz!" said the fly.
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The fly was frustrated the man was oblivious to it and decided it had better start making things happen. Launching itself from the corpse's bloody orbit, the fly flew right at the hatless fool. Quick as lightning the short fat bald guy showed his true frog color and shot out an adhesive tongue that captured the hapless fly.

Through a mouth full of tasty fly the frog said, "Silly Fly. Frogs don't wear hats."

The End.
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also well done
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Look out "High Times" or "Fanney Hill",we have guys that can spin a pen and spill a story.
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"Is that an M14?"
"No. Well kind of. It's like a mix between an M14 and an M1 Garand."
"T-20?"
"Frost Manufacturing T-20 SLT. It used a modified EBR chassis, which is comprised of dynalite* whenever possible, along with titanium and high-tensile steel. It fires a .30-06 round at a theoretical rate of up to 750 rounds per minute. As for modifications, I have a dynalite vertical foregrip with flashlight, folding dynalite bipod, Trijicon M14 rail mount, a Trijicon ACOG 6x48 scope with a dual illuminated Trijicon RMR. And custom made 25 round E-MAGs by MAGPUL."
The windowed mag was pushed into the weapon, then the bolt was pulled back. And the albino man handed the rifle to the black haired man, "5 on semi, then 20 on full. Lean into it, and try to get as many shots as you can in the head area."
The black haired man adjusted the titanium stock and raised the weapon, looking through the small reflex sight on top of the scope, setting the amber triangle on the target. He clicked off the safety and leaned into the weapon, then took his shot. A spent .30-06 casing flew through the air, and the albino man spoke, "One shot every second for four more shots then switch it to full."
The black hair man nodded, and did as he was told, shooting a 3 inch group. He then flicked the select fire to full auto, again leaning into the weapon and setting the triangle on the target again. He then pulled the trigger. The albino man spoke, "Not bad. How's your shoulder?"
"Es tut weh."
"Thought so."


*-Dynalite is a product, similar to carbon fiber but lighter and stronger.
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At the end of the path I noticed three young men engaged in what appeared to be idle conversation. I thought they were students waiting for the early morning classes to begin and I greeted them cheerfully. Just as I was passing them, the one that was closest to me reached out for me as I spun wildly to the unexpected actions. With my heart hammering in my throat, I struggled to free myself. Then the butt of the pistol slammed into the the back of my head while just as quickly the world came crashing in on me.
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I woke to face of an angel.

My hammering noggin was the wake up call from old 'Bub himself. Dang my punkin' felt like the end of a long day just a cutting weeds in the ditch. Damned if it didn't.

I opened my eyes and there she was.

My angel.

"You're gonna hate me by the time I'm done wit you" pronounced the silvery tongue of my angel.

"From anus to appetite" she said "You're mine."
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