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    Quote Originally Posted by buckslayer View Post
    Man I remember reading about that guy. What a looser! Did you ever hear what he actually got out of that?
    Not sure if he's still awaiting trial or plead out. Either way, I'd love to have a few minutes with him alone in a dark room with a rubber hose and a flashlight.



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    "A few well placed shots with a .22LR is a lot better than a bunch of solid misses with a .44 mag!" Glock Armorer, NRA Chief RSO, Pistol, Rifle, Shotgun, Muzzleloading Rifle, Muzzleloading Shotgun, and Home Firearm Safety Training Counselor

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  3. If any of you haven't clicked on the Mall Ninja link Wolfhunter put up on page 1, you should click it now; one of the best things I've ever read online, fabulous. Man, that was great.

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    GlockFan brought the Legend of the MallNinja to USACarry, I only saw a resemblance to the character in the OP.

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    Quote Originally Posted by buckslayer View Post
    Honestly "IF" he EVER was in the CIA and doing the secret stuff he claims he did, You would never hear about it. I DID work with "OGA" (Other Government Agency) for several months in Iraq and by the end of mission, I still didn't get their real names! Nicknames for days, but thats it. Some went by first names ONLY, but then again who knows if that even was their real first name.
    +1 buckslayer. If no one else had posted this info, I was going to. Husband and I personally know some folks who are ex-CIA and they NEVER talk about their experiences. When I first met them, I said, "Wow, I bet you have some interesting stories to tell!" The anwer (jokingly I think, but I'm NOT positive ) was, "We can tell ya, but then we'd have to kill ya".
    Conservative Wife & Mom -- I'm a Conservative Christian-American with dual citizenship...the Kingdom of God is my 1st home and the U.S.A. is my 2nd.

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    Sounds like a guy I used to work with. One time he was going to be a professional wrestler. Another time he had a cousin that had a 275 bowling average Another time he told us he could do leg extentions with 200 lbs. This guy was so out of shape he could not push a piece of paper. After he moved to another dept. I did not see him for about a year. One day in the cafeteria I ran in to him. While we were talking he asked me if I still was running, He new that I done some running to keep in shape. When I told him yes he then stated that he had started running and in fact had recently ran his first sub 4 min. mile. I almost choked on my food. He then said "I don't see what is so hard about running a sub 4 mi. mile. All you have to do is run 45 second laps".
    By faith Noah,being warned of God of things not seen as yet, moved with fear,prepared an ark to the saving of his house;by the which he condemned the world,and became heir of the righteousness which is by faith Heb.11:7

  7. Sorry wolfie, thanks GF :)

    Seriously, great link. Mall NINJA!

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    Quote Originally Posted by wolfhunter View Post
    GlockFan brought the Legend of the MallNinja to USACarry, I only saw a resemblance to the character in the OP.
    I wonder what ever happened to him.....

    Shrine of the Mall Ninja LonelyMachines



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    At the State Correctional Facility I work for we had a similar incident a couple of years ago. A visitor came in and started identifying himself as a CIA Home-front Security Agent. He had a little card stating this. Something happened inside visiting and he ended up telling the Captain that he was going to go get his .45 and shoot him. He was escorted outside and this is where I was posted. I had my Remington 870 with me and got out of my vehicle as he got into his car. He pulled up to us and stated "im going to show you who you are F___ with" he then reached over below his passenger seat and pulled out something that reflected in the light. I racked the 870 and prepared to stop the threat. With my finger on the trigger and sights on his person I then noticed that it was a laminated card, with his supposed credentials and his aol email address. (whew). He was entirely too close to being perforated by me. He threw the card out the window and looked at me and said that I was f____done! and repeated this several times. then took off. I let our tower officer know what happened and to be on the lookout for this vehicle. About 15 minutes later he came screaching back onto grounds and had apparently left his wallet inside. He came running back in the entrance before I could stop him. He retrieved his property and then parked his vehicle in the parking lot and sat in it. This time the tower officer had a bead on him with the rifle and I again had a bead on him with the shotgun. He left again without further incident.

    I have often wondered if there is a specific psychological problem with people that make them think that they are CIA agents. All I know is that he almost had a lot more lead in his diet. It was definitely beer-thirty after work that day.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Austin View Post
    At the State Correctional Facility I work for we had a similar incident a couple of years ago. A visitor came in and started identifying himself as a CIA Home-front Security Agent. He had a little card stating this. Something happened inside visiting and he ended up telling the Captain that he was going to go get his .45 and shoot him. He was escorted outside and this is where I was posted. I had my Remington 870 with me and got out of my vehicle as he got into his car. He pulled up to us and stated "im going to show you who you are F___ with" he then reached over below his passenger seat and pulled out something that reflected in the light. I racked the 870 and prepared to stop the threat. With my finger on the trigger and sights on his person I then noticed that it was a laminated card, with his supposed credentials and his aol email address. (whew). He was entirely too close to being perforated by me. He threw the card out the window and looked at me and said that I was f____done! and repeated this several times. then took off. I let our tower officer know what happened and to be on the lookout for this vehicle. About 15 minutes later he came screaching back onto grounds and had apparently left his wallet inside. He came running back in the entrance before I could stop him. He retrieved his property and then parked his vehicle in the parking lot and sat in it. This time the tower officer had a bead on him with the rifle and I again had a bead on him with the shotgun. He left again without further incident.

    I have often wondered if there is a specific psychological problem with people that make them think that they are CIA agents. All I know is that he almost had a lot more lead in his diet. It was definitely beer-thirty after work that day.
    Gotta love those government workers who have a commercial email address on their business card. I ask them if their agency ran out of ".gov" email addresses.

    Glad you didn't have to shoot the guy!


    gf
    "A few well placed shots with a .22LR is a lot better than a bunch of solid misses with a .44 mag!" Glock Armorer, NRA Chief RSO, Pistol, Rifle, Shotgun, Muzzleloading Rifle, Muzzleloading Shotgun, and Home Firearm Safety Training Counselor

  11. #20
    A guy I know from our gun club was one of the soldiers in samalia when the blackhawk went down. He was in the heavy fire and was shot twice....scars to prove it. When we found out that he was there, everyone wanted to hear his story. He told us that he only wanted to tell the story once and anybody who wanted to hear it would have to be there.

    When he told us the story, it was very emotional for him. 2-3 hours and very descriptive. All of us listening were there to comfort him during his telling.

    I can't imagine anyone bragging about something like that!

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