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Old 10-03-2010, 12:59 AM   #31
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Me thinks the promotion order is a little suspect. Wouldn't true orders have SERGEANT spelled correctly??
One would think. Something about this "Pengie" person, if that's his real name, isn't quite right.
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Old 10-03-2010, 01:05 AM   #32
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OK Pengie is home resting from the crasy sports day with CPT Tango and family.

First thing this morning we head out to watch this SPC Tango play her soccer game. Pengie being an expert soccer player was allowed to do a little coaching.



Then I had to shift gears to Pengie Combat Medic as SPC Tango got stomped on by other team player. I wanted to run and kick other girl but CPT Tango said no. So I had CPT Tango and Mrs. Tango get SPC Tango into a position where I could examin SPC Tangos injury. I am glad to say SPC Tango is doing good a little sore but she was a trooper and walked it off and got right back in there and went after it.





Then I went right back to coaching. It was a good game and they tied the game 1-1. I was happy when MRS. Tango said our team was in first place for the league.
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Old 10-03-2010, 01:07 AM   #33
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Then we made a quick pit stop for PVT Tango to get ready for football. Then we headed off to that. The team before us got started late so it was a long game and I had to take a little nap at half time. But before the game I gave the team a good peptalk. Unfortunately they no listen to Pengie and they lost their game. They played a good game other team just played better today. Oh well they all had fun and Pengie almost had to go into Combat Medic mode for that game as well. Them boy get hurt a lot for having all them pads.





Then we had to drop off Shelby Tango at home because for some reason restaurant say Pengie ok but Shelby NO. Mrs. Tango was so very nice as I watched her purse she picked me up a big plate of SUSHI.. Pengie no had SUSHI before sure I eat raw fish but this stuff has other stuff that make fish much better tasting. Pengie loves Sushi want to eat it every day.



CPT Tango then wanted me to try something a little different. So he hooked me up with a plate of sweet and sour chicken and Lo main. That was good stuff too but gave pengie gas. HEHEHEHEHE I let a few off and they all blamed Shelby Tango not Pengie.....

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Oh I forgot, CPT Tango was busy working on my movie I went and helped Mrs. Tango decorate the front of the house.



Tomorrow CPT Tango and Mrs. Tango say they have to paint curb. Not sure why I am hoping they will take Pengie some place fun.
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Pengie!! Well done Coach! Great job and awesome reporting.

The Tango's have been very gracious & excellent hosts, which is not the first time I have suspected such treatment would be in store for ANY visiting FTF Member.
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Excellent job Tango, I'm sure Pengi is having a great time and sharing his vast wealth of knowledge with all FTF members. All I can say is to watch that little rascal with a sharp eye as I found he is quite fond of his beer or should I say my beer.
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Tango it looks like Pengie is having a blast. You guys are showing him a fun time. I knew he would have fun there now maybe he isn't so sad he had to leave meeeeeeee lol!!!!
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looks to be another successful mission for Pengie, congrats and thanks for the update.

Wonder where his next orders will take him?
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Me thinks the promotion order is a little suspect. Wouldn't true orders have SERGEANT spelled correctly??
Clearly you are not in the military.(You give us to much credit) Do you know how many members of the military think it's "Soilder". No I'm being serious, there are a ridiculous number of army troops who think they are soilders and not soldiers.

As a much smarter higher ranking person once told me. It's not like he spelled "nuclear", "unclear".
Ok maybe that's only funny to someone filling out hazmat docs, but I tell you it was damn funny.
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Hey what do you expect they made the Private write the dang orders.
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