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TOPIC: The Last Looney Bin. ! CLOSING DOWN ! (Cheap meds)

The 99th Battalion, Looney Bin Squadron. 4 years 6 months ago #171680

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Scooby, I just made you DavyCrocket negotiator, please never check your PM's again!! :whistle: and DONT read the MOM thread :P

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Welcome home Ronnie!

Mr. OGvladimirPutinPsychocrazedChicken:
Ok, Vimmy will be our standard battle field.
The problem it is normally full for me...
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Where do you go normally captain?

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anywhere there are room for my plane...
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Mr. OGvladimirPutinPsychocrazedChicken:

We could also try to buy Gizmo. I guess he will be cheaper than Neymar... ;)
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conradogf wrote: Mr. OGvladimirPutinPsychocrazedChicken:

We could also try to buy Gizmo. I guess he will be cheaper than Neymar... ;)


Consider it done! :evil:

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Thanks for making me negotiator for davy crocket :lol: as instructed i DIDNT read the mom thread :whistle: or checked my pm box :whistle:
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Hey Loonies. Sorry, but I'm not very active, but I've been very active lol. I have deployed to Afghanistan as a Military Advisor to the UN. Good money but no weapons. WTF was I thinking?!? Anyway, I made it to Jalalabad around ten days ago after a week-long marathon via UAE and Kabul. The drive from Kabul to Jalalabad was spectacular. Snow capped mountains and steep valleys - even the occasional abandoned Soviet T-55 tank as a reminder to those who might follow.

The UN base here in Jalalabad is small but secure, nestled between the provincial governor’s compound and the regional police HQ. We are inside a converted government building. Our accommodation is very comfortable with gardens, verandas and orange trees, which makes it all very nice and green, but basically we are inside a 10m high blast wall which makes it more like a prison. We only venture out when on liaison and observation tasks (using armoured Land Cruisers). There is no shopping, sight seeing or leisure activities. We have 18 foreign UN staff here and 20 guards. A few days a week an old guy cooks for us all, and essentials are delivered, but for the most part we cook for ourselves. Veggie curry and afghan bread last night – Not bad. Our Gurkha security guards, far more capable than most, slaughtered a sheep this morning and have invited me to dinner tonight. Can't say no - it's a cultural thing.

The Afghan election is on 05 Apr, and the Taliban fighters are out in force to disrupt the process by all means possible. This base has already been attacked and, as I type, our UN base In Kabul is getting whacked. The next few weeks will be a bumpy ride, but I feel reasonably relaxed and confident, though never complacent.

Have a great weekend. Keep the squad honest and don't ever be pushed around by people who think they're important.

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Ronnie Biggs wrote: Hey Loonies. Sorry, but I'm not very active, but I've been very active lol. I have deployed to Afghanistan as a Military Advisor to the UN. Good money but no weapons. WTF was I thinking?!? Anyway, I made it to Jalalabad around ten days ago after a week-long marathon via UAE and Kabul. The drive from Kabul to Jalalabad was spectacular. Snow capped mountains and steep valleys - even the occasional abandoned Soviet T-55 tank as a reminder to those who might follow.

The UN base here in Jalalabad is small but secure, nestled between the provincial governor’s compound and the regional police HQ. We are inside a converted government building. Our accommodation is very comfortable with gardens, verandas and orange trees, which makes it all very nice and green, but basically we are inside a 10m high blast wall which makes it more like a prison. We only venture out when on liaison and observation tasks (using armoured Land Cruisers). There is no shopping, sight seeing or leisure activities. We have 18 foreign UN staff here and 20 guards. A few days a week an old guy cooks for us all, and essentials are delivered, but for the most part we cook for ourselves. Veggie curry and afghan bread last night – Not bad. Our Gurkha security guards, far more capable than most, slaughtered a sheep this morning and have invited me to dinner tonight. Can't say no - it's a cultural thing.

The Afghan election is on 05 Apr, and the Taliban fighters are out in force to disrupt the process by all means possible. This base has already been attacked and, as I type, our UN base In Kabul is getting whacked. The next few weeks will be a bumpy ride, but I feel reasonably relaxed and confident, though never complacent.

Have a great weekend. Keep the squad honest and don't ever be pushed around by people who think they're important.

Ronnie


Any chance of pictures of the snow capped mountains and abandoned soviet tank? I'm guessing that's a lot to ask but I'm a big 'picture in the head' kinda guy and gardens with orange trees wasn't what I expected!

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Ronnie Biggs wrote: Hey Loonies. Sorry, but I'm not very active, but I've been very active lol. I have deployed to Afghanistan as a Military Advisor to the UN. Good money but no weapons. WTF was I thinking?!? Anyway, I made it to Jalalabad around ten days ago after a week-long marathon via UAE and Kabul. The drive from Kabul to Jalalabad was spectacular. Snow capped mountains and steep valleys - even the occasional abandoned Soviet T-55 tank as a reminder to those who might follow.

The UN base here in Jalalabad is small but secure, nestled between the provincial governor’s compound and the regional police HQ. We are inside a converted government building. Our accommodation is very comfortable with gardens, verandas and orange trees, which makes it all very nice and green, but basically we are inside a 10m high blast wall which makes it more like a prison. We only venture out when on liaison and observation tasks (using armoured Land Cruisers). There is no shopping, sight seeing or leisure activities. We have 18 foreign UN staff here and 20 guards. A few days a week an old guy cooks for us all, and essentials are delivered, but for the most part we cook for ourselves. Veggie curry and afghan bread last night – Not bad. Our Gurkha security guards, far more capable than most, slaughtered a sheep this morning and have invited me to dinner tonight. Can't say no - it's a cultural thing.

The Afghan election is on 05 Apr, and the Taliban fighters are out in force to disrupt the process by all means possible. This base has already been attacked and, as I type, our UN base In Kabul is getting whacked. The next few weeks will be a bumpy ride, but I feel reasonably relaxed and confident, though never complacent.

Have a great weekend. Keep the squad honest and don't ever be pushed around by people who think they're important.

Ronnie


If you have Ghurkas for guards then I trust you are In great hands. I'm totally amazed that you are able to share all of that, but on the flip side, thanks for doing so. Very informative and entertaining too. Anyway, be safe and come by my place if and when you can. Drinks will be on me.
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Ronnie Biggs wrote: Hey Loonies. Sorry, but I'm not very active, but I've been very active lol. I have deployed to Afghanistan as a Military Advisor to the UN. Good money but no weapons. WTF was I thinking?!? Anyway, I made it to Jalalabad around ten days ago after a week-long marathon via UAE and Kabul. The drive from Kabul to Jalalabad was spectacular. Snow capped mountains and steep valleys - even the occasional abandoned Soviet T-55 tank as a reminder to those who might follow.

The UN base here in Jalalabad is small but secure, nestled between the provincial governor’s compound and the regional police HQ. We are inside a converted government building. Our accommodation is very comfortable with gardens, verandas and orange trees, which makes it all very nice and green, but basically we are inside a 10m high blast wall which makes it more like a prison. We only venture out when on liaison and observation tasks (using armoured Land Cruisers). There is no shopping, sight seeing or leisure activities. We have 18 foreign UN staff here and 20 guards. A few days a week an old guy cooks for us all, and essentials are delivered, but for the most part we cook for ourselves. Veggie curry and afghan bread last night – Not bad. Our Gurkha security guards, far more capable than most, slaughtered a sheep this morning and have invited me to dinner tonight. Can't say no - it's a cultural thing.

The Afghan election is on 05 Apr, and the Taliban fighters are out in force to disrupt the process by all means possible. This base has already been attacked and, as I type, our UN base In Kabul is getting whacked. The next few weeks will be a bumpy ride, but I feel reasonably relaxed and confident, though never complacent.

Have a great weekend. Keep the squad honest and don't ever be pushed around by people who think they're important.

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Any chance of pictures of the snow capped mountains and abandoned soviet tank? I'm guessing that's a lot to ask but I'm a big 'picture in the head' kinda guy and gardens with orange trees wasn't what I expected!


Pics in your email
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Ronnie Biggs wrote: Hey Loonies. Sorry, but I'm not very active, but I've been very active lol. I have deployed to Afghanistan as a Military Advisor to the UN. Good money but no weapons. WTF was I thinking?!? Anyway, I made it to Jalalabad around ten days ago after a week-long marathon via UAE and Kabul. The drive from Kabul to Jalalabad was spectacular. Snow capped mountains and steep valleys - even the occasional abandoned Soviet T-55 tank as a reminder to those who might follow.

The UN base here in Jalalabad is small but secure, nestled between the provincial governor’s compound and the regional police HQ. We are inside a converted government building. Our accommodation is very comfortable with gardens, verandas and orange trees, which makes it all very nice and green, but basically we are inside a 10m high blast wall which makes it more like a prison. We only venture out when on liaison and observation tasks (using armoured Land Cruisers). There is no shopping, sight seeing or leisure activities. We have 18 foreign UN staff here and 20 guards. A few days a week an old guy cooks for us all, and essentials are delivered, but for the most part we cook for ourselves. Veggie curry and afghan bread last night – Not bad. Our Gurkha security guards, far more capable than most, slaughtered a sheep this morning and have invited me to dinner tonight. Can't say no - it's a cultural thing.

The Afghan election is on 05 Apr, and the Taliban fighters are out in force to disrupt the process by all means possible. This base has already been attacked and, as I type, our UN base In Kabul is getting whacked. The next few weeks will be a bumpy ride, but I feel reasonably relaxed and confident, though never complacent.

Have a great weekend. Keep the squad honest and don't ever be pushed around by people who think they're important.

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If you have Ghurkas for guards then I trust you are In great hands. I'm totally amazed that you are able to share all of that, but on the flip side, thanks for doing so. Very informative and entertaining too. Anyway, be safe and come by my place if and when you can. Drinks will be on me.


Jack, don't be amazed at what I can share. This is the UN, not the flamin' CIA! You made a similar, more pointed comment when I questioned Duckwing's story. Believe me, everything I say is unclassified or already in the public domain.
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Ronnie emailed these for me to post due to technical difficulties at his end.

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1. Mountains East of Kabul, which run through Pakistan to the Hamalayas - no wonder it took so long to find Osama Bin Hidin'




2. My security escort - Really? How safe did I feel?





3. Abandned Soviet tank on the Jalalabad Road. One of yours Vladimir? Of course the Americans wouldn't make the same mistake as you lol.


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Ronnie Biggs wrote: Hey Loonies. Sorry, but I'm not very active, but I've been very active lol. I have deployed to Afghanistan as a Military Advisor to the UN. Good money but no weapons. WTF was I thinking?!? Anyway, I made it to Jalalabad around ten days ago after a week-long marathon via UAE and Kabul. The drive from Kabul to Jalalabad was spectacular. Snow capped mountains and steep valleys - even the occasional abandoned Soviet T-55 tank as a reminder to those who might follow.

The UN base here in Jalalabad is small but secure, nestled between the provincial governor’s compound and the regional police HQ. We are inside a converted government building. Our accommodation is very comfortable with gardens, verandas and orange trees, which makes it all very nice and green, but basically we are inside a 10m high blast wall which makes it more like a prison. We only venture out when on liaison and observation tasks (using armoured Land Cruisers). There is no shopping, sight seeing or leisure activities. We have 18 foreign UN staff here and 20 guards. A few days a week an old guy cooks for us all, and essentials are delivered, but for the most part we cook for ourselves. Veggie curry and afghan bread last night – Not bad. Our Gurkha security guards, far more capable than most, slaughtered a sheep this morning and have invited me to dinner tonight. Can't say no - it's a cultural thing.

The Afghan election is on 05 Apr, and the Taliban fighters are out in force to disrupt the process by all means possible. This base has already been attacked and, as I type, our UN base In Kabul is getting whacked. The next few weeks will be a bumpy ride, but I feel reasonably relaxed and confident, though never complacent.

Have a great weekend. Keep the squad honest and don't ever be pushed around by people who think they're important.

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If you have Ghurkas for guards then I trust you are In great hands. I'm totally amazed that you are able to share all of that, but on the flip side, thanks for doing so. Very informative and entertaining too. Anyway, be safe and come by my place if and when you can. Drinks will be on me.


Jack, don't be amazed at what I can share. This is the UN, not the flamin' CIA! You made a similar, more pointed comment when I questioned Duckwing's story. Believe me, everything I say is unclassified or already in the public domain.


No hidden meanings here. I'm happy that you can share your experiences as they are happening. I have no idea how tight lipped you have to be...

The no weapons part of the deal makes me cringe. I don't know if there is money that green. I thought long and hard about applying to KBR when they were in their heyday in Iraq, but I just couldn't get past not being able to shoot back. (True story) In my imagination at least, I figure kids there are given an AK in the delivery room when they are born. All I can say is be careful, and you are braver than me.
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A couple of edits there Ronnie... Sorry bout that.
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Jacklpe wrote: All I can say is be careful, and you are braver than me.


I second that!
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Looking at the 'Thank you's' on Ronnie's post, I would just like to say hello to the kind outsiders here from MOM and misfits.
Feel free to comment and sneak in any illegal contraband possible as we like naughty treats. :woohoo:


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Might have a new well known player joining us ;) in early stages of contract negotiations. :woohoo:


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Hmm.im intrigued.hope ur contract talks come to fruition.
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I've been spamming Ped by pm. He's reconsidering, so keep keep a cell vacant for him lol.
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Ronnie Biggs wrote: I've been spamming Ped by pm. He's reconsidering, so keep keep a cell vacant for him lol.


He's online maybe this is the last homecoming we're all waiting for... :whistle:
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Some folks say i belong here, why would they say that, I'm perfectly sane aren't i, I think anyhow, I'm confused now, did anyone see where I left my depends and ensure.


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[LB] CrazedPsycho wrote: Might have a new well known player joining us ;) in early stages of contract negotiations. :woohoo:



The pilot has been named as a new member at another squad this morning :ohmy: , we wish him well.
But on a happier note, I have my eyes on a new guy, he's green, he's mean and he's a European killing machine. If anyone fitting that description pops past, please say hi.

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Oh well.worth a try anyway.think i came across this green machine a good while back.if memory serves me well.

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scooby24 wrote: Oh well.worth a try anyway.think i came across this green machine a good while back.if memory serves me well.


This isn't green machine, I don't want to say out loud as the voices might start talking!?!?!
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I hear voices all the time. :woohoo: .especially if i dont take my meds :lol:
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Okay, okay...who didn't take their meds?


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Thought that was a pretty decent landing.was an emergency :lol: the jolly rodger was about to shout last orders. :whistle:
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