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About MEAN_MOFOKA-GT

  • Birthday 04/04/1977

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    Dallas, Texas
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    Playing games with my squad ,playing chess, learning stuff.

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    CGT Bunkers , Harntrox 5
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    http://www.theplatoon.com

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  1. Very nice sigs I see people with and I like the tentacle effect you applied to yours Avey, I have done the same with sigs I have posted at my site, ######'s Signatures (page 2 has sigs I made for other people). I just recently decided to make and update sigs for my buddies on our clan @ Team GT Forums My most recent was this one for my buddy snake,
  2. I got the from a friend at The Platoon Forums A friend passed this story along: ****From an Army captain stationed in DC. To nobody's surprise there were protestors today in DC. They attempted to disrupt the metro system and block the Key Bridge, a leading artery into DC from Northern Virginia. I come in from North VA on the Metro. When I was getting on the train, there were protestors on the train platform handing out pamphlets on the evils of America. I politely declined to take one. An elderly woman was behind me getting off the escalator and a young (20ish) female protestor offered her a pamphlet, which she politely declined. The young protestor put her hand on the old woman's shoulder in a gesture of friendship and in a very soft voice said, "Ma'am, don't you care about the children of Iraq?" The old woman looked up at her and said, "Honey, my first husband died in France during World War II so you could have the right to stand here and bad mouth your country. And if you touch me again, I'll stick this umbrella up your ass and open it." I'm glad to report that loud applause broke out among the onlookers and the young protestor was at a total loss for words.*****
  3. I have to stay neutral on this because even though the french did not aid in the war they shouldn't be bashed but I do think of them as greedy since saddam has over 90 billion yes Billion in oil and other areas. So if they do help out then they just took his money and kept it which doesn't look so good on a country and which makes them look pretty much like back stabbers. But on the other hand since we the AMERICANS have cut off all the funds that he has and seized all the assets the french should have no problem helping out. But when they don't we know who we can trust and the truth is I think they also inspired canada to do the same. I am for our people and for a better iraqi nation even though Korea will be next and if you go wrecking planes into our building with your assoiated regime then we will be coming to a country near you!
  4. Well we have a big debate going on over at the The Platoon in which some people and their heads are a little harder than rocks and here is the thread Everyone wants to know, Lets get ready to rumble! , by the way I used that link you posted WhiteKnight77 and I thank you for the information but I must also express my saddness for those people.
  5. Maybe a swift kick in the junk might have been his frappichino! I'm glad that some of the anti-war people are coming around, otherwise those fallen soldiers deaths would seem meaningless because those soldiers are fighting for what the anti-war people are provided with and that is the freedom they are using to vote against the war. Ironic world we live in, but I stand by my boy's and fellow countrymen that are serving along side them.
  6. Below is a poem that Mike Schell got and decided to share after I posted what "phantom110565" did over on theplatoon.com ThePlatoon.com Forum "I Got Your Back" I am a small and precious child, My dad's been sent to fight... The only place I'll see his face, Is in my dreams at night. He will be gone too many days For my young mind to keep track. I may be sad, but I am proud. My daddy's got your back. I am a caring mother. My son has gone to war... My mind is filled with worries That I have never known before Everyday I try to keep My thoughts from turning black. I may be scared, but I am proud. My son has got your back. I am a strong and loving wife, With a husband soon to go. There are times I'm terrified In a way most never know. I bite my lip, and force a smile As I watch my husband pack... My heart may break, but I am proud. My husbands got your back... I am a soldier.. Serving Proudly, standing tall. I fight for freedom, yours and mine by answering this call. I do my job while knowing, the thanks it sometimes lacks. Say a prayer that I'll come home. It's me who's got your back.
  7. My Boy's Nuck & Stinger & Fubar are all from Canada and my friend Nuck_GT has sent the following emails, If you are in Canada I suggest you take a long hard look at yourself! Because Nuck among our other comrades in Canada on Team GT feel the same way so please if you have a Yahoo account post a Thank you for Nuck and his devotion to both Canada and Humanity those efforts alone I think should not go unnoticed. ---------------------------------------------------------- From the Office of The Prime Minister of Canada Dear Dave Hariniuk: On behalf of the Right Honourable Jean Chr├ętien, I would like to thank you for your e-mail, in which you raised an issue which falls within the portfolio of the Honourable Bill Graham, Minister of Foreign Affairs. The Prime Minister always appreciates receiving mail on subjects of importance to Canadians. Please be assured that the statements you made have been carefully reviewed. I have taken the liberty of forwarding your e-mail to Minister Graham so that he too may be made aware of your comments. I am certain that the Minister will give your views every consideration. L.A. Lavell Executive Correspondence Officer Agent de correspondance de la haute direction >>> Dave <nospam@mail.com>18-03-03 9:52:34 AM >>> Dear Sir, I am heartbroken,and disappointed that you would not stand united with our neighbor to the south. They are our closest neighbor, our strongest ally, and our largest partner in trade. I know it is hard to accept the responsibility of such a decision, but it is something that has to be done. Our countries together, have fought for freedom, and peace on several battlegrounds. I was ashamed to hear the comments made by you yesterday (March 17,2003) The policy that has been in place for the last decade in Iraq is obviously inadequate as there is still suspicion as to his possession of weapons of mass destruction. By now it should be clear to the world that Saddam has met the requirements placed in front of him to disarm with no further delay. But alas,12 years later, we are still putzing around hoping things are all ok. I am writing to give you this Canadians opinion. If there was a referendum vote on this I would vote to go and support our British and American allies. It is not customary for Canadians to "Turn Tail and Run". I don't want to have to look at people when I travel and say with shame that I am a Canadian. I want to hold up my head, and say I am a Canadian!!!!!!!! I do not envy your position, nor do I think it is easy to be where you are, facing these decisions. I am sure in the end that the world will realize the need for intervention and pass something that will allow you to make a decision that makes sense. I am not wanting war. But I believe in standing by your allies through thick and thin. ITS THE CANADIAN WAY!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!! Thank you Sir for reading this, and I hope my opinion is valuable to you as the leader of our great nation Canada. Please know that many Canadians also feel this way, Dave Hariniuk Moose Jaw, Sk ______________________________________________________________________ From The White House >>> Dave <nuck2000@s...> 18-03-03 10:57:25 AM >>> Dear Mr.Hariniuk, Thank you for emailing President Bush. Your ideas and comments are very important to him. Unfortunately, because of the large volume of email received, the President cannot personally respond to each message. However, the White House staff considers and reports citizen ideas and concerns. Again, thank you for your email. Your interest in the work of President Bush and his administration is appreciated. Sincerely, The White House Office of E-Correspondence Dear Mr.President, I am writing you as a concerned Canadian citizen. Over the years as I have grown up. I have wittnessed two nations that worked together to resolve differences. I have seen two countries fight on the same battle fields (in history and present time). I have visited your great nation. I have been employed in your great nation. I have also hosted several wonderful American people in my own country (personally and at work). Yesterday (March 17,2003) was for me a very dissapointing day. I was heartbroken to hear the declaration made by My country's leader. When Mr. Chretien said he would not support military action without a new resolution, I felt like a traitor. I wrote him a letter stating my displeasure. As i am writing this one to you to display my support for your action in the crisis in the persian gulf. I am positive that in the end the means will be just. I feel that it is just a matter of standing by your friends. I as well as many Canadians feel this way Sir. We are praying for you and the American soldiers who are prepared to give everything for peace and justice in our world. I also pray that they all return safely to their loved ones,friends, and neighbors who's freedom they have so selflessly gone to defend. Thank You Sir For Your Strength Your Courage And Your Will To Perservere Even When Shadowed in a World of Doubt. Dave Hariniuk Moose Jaw, Saskatchewan Canada Replies from the Yahoo site, ------------------------------------------------------------------- From: gremlin_gt Date: Wed Mar 19, 2003 1:20 am Subject: Re: I Canadians Cry for Justice.................And a vote of Confidence My heart is truely touched Nuck. (big)<S>< Thank you so much for your concern, compassion, & your friendship. I am honored & humbled my friend. May God continue to bless you & your family. -------------------------------------------------------------------- From: probegts10 (Probe_GT) Date: Wed Mar 19, 2003 1:27 am Subject: Re: I Canadians Cry for Justice.................And a vote of Confidence Gremmy says it all cant say anything better then that GOD BLESS -------------------------------------------------------------------- From: poo_flinga (MEAN_MOFOKA-GT) Date: Wed Mar 19, 2003 11:35 am Subject: Re: I Canadians Cry for Justice.................And a vote of Confidence It could not have been said by a better man, <SALUTE>
  8. Ahh man we just started playing that game and if you want some fun have your friends, Would you like to JUMP half way through the back stretch at Daytona? How about trying to make the infamas corckscrew turn at Laguna Seca? Well, here's your chance. www.teamftr.com hosts the downloads for these tracks. If you D/L them disregaurd the instructions to get the patch for Laguna Seca. It is not needed & they have removed it from their site. WOO HOO Team FTR Some Really good cars are @ Team Hyper Speed Here is what I'm driving now
  9. Well I think this should be pushed out because to me I think it will shut some of those mouths of the protestors. From a post by Hot Pants over at the platoon. Platoon Forums Peace Protestor Getting Dish Ragged by a Pro War Iraqi EDIT: Fehyd , Think your sig is a little big bro? (961534 bytes)
  10. I have ordered a few shirts from T-Shirts That Suck This is my favorite shirt, You can also check out Musik Hut
  11. I use angelfire for my sigs and some web hosting they give you 20 megs to play with and a gig bandwidth limit for free !
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