Commissar D ~ the EviL - Immortalized in Song?

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Post by Prit » Thu Mar 18, 2004 2:18 pm

...or as a friend of mine swears he was asked by a patient:

'Hey, Doc, I heard about these digital prostate examinations - can you refer me for one? It's got to be better than a finger up the ****!'

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Post by Locke » Thu Mar 18, 2004 2:21 pm

Shadow wrote:Fraulein Locke!

Giving aid and comfort (and, oh yah! – sugar!) to the enemies of the Reich (communistic Commissar tank drivers fit the bill perfectly) is a very serious offence, punishable by “no spring break” and “no ski trips to Austria” ………….and we might even confiscate your rabbit!

:D - :wink:
Comrade Shadow!

I can only say that I'm always glad to help my Comrades, especially the Commissar.
Tod sekla bridka bodo jekla in ti mi bos krvava tekla,
kri nasa te pojila bo, sovrazna te kalila bo!
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Post by Fridolin » Thu Mar 18, 2004 4:16 pm

I keep trying to wipe it off my computer screen with a kleenex!
Hey!!!!!! I succeeded in wiping it off! Do you know what lies underneath? A scarlet Hetzer (not a Stug) with a five pointed red star painted on the mantlet and some cyrillic text on the side armoured plates!!!

Any ideas about how the Hetzer was captured and why the Commissar wants to hide it?
What we do in Life echoes in Eternity.

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no pudieron andar otro camino,
no supieron morir de otra manera.

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Post by Commissar D, the Evil » Thu Mar 18, 2004 5:08 pm

Heh Heh Heh!! You guys are nutz. Except for Locke, who I like!!

But Commissar Fridolineev, surely your computer has made an error, there cannot be a Hetzer hidden under my avatar--look again, I'm sure it's a T-34/85 chasing a Hetzer!!!!

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~D, the EviL
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Post by Tom Houlihan » Thu Mar 18, 2004 5:27 pm

Commissar D, the Evil wrote:--look again, I'm sure it's a T-34/85 chasing a Hetzer!!!!
Or, more likely, a T-34/85 hiding UNDER the Hetzer!!! :D :!:
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Post by Shadow » Thu Mar 18, 2004 5:34 pm

Commissar D, the Evil wrote:Heh Heh Heh!! You guys are nutz.
.........said the pot to the kettle! :D :wink: :D :wink:

Hey Prit!

Doctor: "Well Mr. Jones, it's time for your prostate exam"

75 Year Old Mr. Jones: "Ok doc, but I'll be wanting you to insert TWO fingers, instead of the usual ONE"!

Doctor: "Two fingers, Mr. Jones? How come?"

75 Year Old Mr. Jones: "Well doc, at my age I know I'll probably want a second opion....and this will be faster than waiting for another appointment!"
:D

Commissar D - the only thing, rumour has it, that you ever chased in the war.........were the ladies! Was that Mrs. Hertzer you were chasing with your "long barreled" T-34/85? :wink:
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Post by Tom Houlihan » Thu Mar 18, 2004 6:01 pm

According to battlefield intelligence, if a long barreled T-34 was chasing Mrs. Hetzer, then it wasn't D~! The reports about him describe more of a T-34/76! :wink:
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Post by Shadow » Thu Mar 18, 2004 6:25 pm

Tom wrote:According to battlefield intelligence, if a long barreled T-34 was chasing Mrs. Hetzer, then it wasn't D~! The reports about him describe more of a T-34/76! :wink:
:D
Ouch!
Low Blow!
:D
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Post by Commissar D, the Evil » Thu Mar 18, 2004 6:25 pm

Oh now that's low.

I happen to know that the entire StuG crew has an L/24 disguised as an L/48. And Tom, the rumor is that your Puma isn't a Puma, but a lesser model 234 with a 20mm auto-cannon (i.e., it goes off by itself!!!)

Besides, when it comes to BIG calibre guns, we Soviets can't be beat!!!

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Post by Skarn » Thu Mar 18, 2004 6:38 pm

Even the "Jagdtiger" 12,8cm gun or the "Königstiger" 8,8cm KwK43 L71 ? ;-)

Just kidding, but I will defend to death my Shadowy friend ! ;-)

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Post by Tom Houlihan » Thu Mar 18, 2004 6:55 pm

Commissar D, the Evil wrote:Besides, when it comes to BIG calibre guns, we Soviets can't be beat!!!
Well, mayhap that explains the overabundance of large caliber guns on tanks and artillery pieces in the Russian Army!!!

OVERCOMPENSATION!!!

And I'll have you know, my main tube is the size that it's supposed to be, and it's been worked over by the best, er, Ordnance workers in the Reich! It goes off only when the trigger is squeezed, and not any sooner!!

Pervert!
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Post by Shadow » Thu Mar 18, 2004 8:05 pm

Skarn wrote: Just kidding, but I will defend to death my Shadowy friend ! ;-)
Loic
Hallo Mein Kamerad Skarn! :D

Danke! :D

Vit all this talk of da big gunnen - my poor camel-wurst sausage was beggining to shrivel! :shock:

But good to see members of communistic and United Soviet Annex are fighting amongst themselves, instead of picking on poor old uncle Adolf and his beloved Dr. Shado.Wurst of de Camel-Wurst Factory! :D

As old time Feldgrauian, are you familiar with the historically incorrect "Forum Hero Tales" that so idolize that monster Commissar D and his feeble sidekicks, with their silly little tanks and StuGs?
Signed: "The Shadow"

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Post by Commissar D, the Evil » Thu Mar 18, 2004 8:09 pm

:D :D :D :D :D :D

Commissar D clutches at the keyboard, but is suddenly overcome by a fit of good taste. Putting his hands together, he restrains himself from commenting about German artillery so worn by the fighting on the Ostfront that their gun barrels droop, or foreign slave laborers filling shells with sand instead of explosives in the factory. Sweat drips from his noble brow, yet he restrains himself and finds some comfort in the sound of Soviet 203mm cannon firing in the distance.......

Best Regards,
~D, Still EviL
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Post by Tom Houlihan » Thu Mar 18, 2004 8:12 pm

Commissar D, the Evil wrote:...some comfort in the sound of Soviet 203mm cannon firing in the distance.......
Yeah, somebody else's gun!!!
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Post by Commissar D, the Evil » Thu Mar 18, 2004 8:13 pm

Uh, that's why they call us Socialists!!!

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~D
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