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Post by Old Grunt » Thu May 07, 2009 12:29 am



Since Fitzpatrick has thrown himself into this matter, I thought I would post the facts about his own background as best as I could discern themFitzpatrick was charged with 20 counts under the UCMJ and court martialed on one of them, which resulted in a letter of reprimand that de-facto ended his career. He rode his time out in the Navy and was forced to retire after being passed over for promotion three times (as is the military policy). NAVY OFFICER FIGHTS EXILE FROM SEAREPRIMAND THAT KILLED CAREER WAS VENDETTA, HE SAYSBy Ed Offley P-I Military ReporterThursday, April 21, 1994Section: News, Page: A8Navy Lt  Cmdr Walter Fitzpatrick surveys the ruin of a once-promising career with dogged optimism and even a touch of defiance``I'm not a quitter," says Fitzpatrick, a beefy man with prematurely gray hair and two steel pins in his right shoulder from a helicopter crash in the Persian Gulf in 1987An officer identified by his superiors as an excellent performer destined for senior rank throughout most of his 20-year career, Fitzpatrick today is a sailor exiled from the sea, working in a small Bremerton Navy office to resurrect his professional life in a case that fellow officers and a congressman say may represent justice wrongly doneFitzpatrick is struggling to clear his name of a court-martial conviction that left a career-destroying letter of reprimand in his personnel recordNavy records state that Fitzpatrick failed to properly supervise the spending of his ship's ``morale, welfare and recreation" money - nongovernmental money raised for the crew's use through proceeds from the ship's retail store - and while he did not personally gain from the money, his decisions violated Navy policiesThe money is usually used by the crew to pay for items such as TV and audio equipment, recreational supplies and other nonmilitary gearFitzpatrick's five-year legal nightmare began with a shipmate's tragedy, the 1988 murder of a Navy officer in Greece who was the brother of Fitzpatrick's commanding officer.  At the time, Fitzpatrick was the executive officer of the supply ship USS Mars, second in command to Capt. Mike Nordeen.On June 28, 1988, Fitzpatrick woke Nordeen to tell him that his brother, Capt. William Nordeen, had been murdered by terrorists in Athens.The next day, the ship's crew voted to use the recreation money to send a delegation of crewmen and their wives to the slain officer's funeral at Arlington National Cemetery. The $10,400 expenditure became the centerpiece of a naval investigation that resulted in a 1990 court-martial conviction against Fitzpatrick on one count of financial negligence.Fitzpatrick's ship's headquarters says spending the money to send the sailors and their wives to the funeral was improper.[/break1]seattlepi.com/archives/1994/9404220093.asp]http://www.seattlepi.com/archives/1994/9404220093.aspOf course, Fitzpatrick claims he was railroaded and tried to contest the adverse action against him, but to no avail. After leaving the Navy, Fitzpatrick has devoted a lot of time to attacking military justice, the UCMJ, and JAG corps in general and has a couple of websites devoted to this (that you can find easily enough through google).A case of this: A retired Navy officer who says he was unjustly convicted at court-martial for a crime he did not commit has been watching Meester's case closely since it began early in 2003.Walter Francis Fitzpatrick III, lieutenant commander retired, of Bremerton, Wash., says Meester's case is one of hundreds of military cases that prove how the UCMJ legal process often allows political or personal motivations of superiors to corrupt the military justice system.Fitzpatrick was convicted at court-martial in April 1990 of stealing $10,600 that members of the USS Mars voted to requisition from morale, welfare and recreation (MWR) money to send six sailors and four female escorts to attend a funeral at Arlington National Cemetery for a Navy attaché who was assassinated in a car bombing in Greece in June 1988.The attaché was the brother of the USS Mars' commanding officer. Fitzpatrick was the ship's executive officer. His wife was one of the four female escorts who attended the funeral in Washington, D.C., using the morale, welfare and recreation money to cover expenses. Fitzpatrick denies using the money for personal gain and said no evidence supported the charge that he did so.Just as in Meester's case, the convening authority overruled an Article 32 hearing officer's recommendation that Fitzpatrick not be sent to court-martial because of insufficient evidence. The presiding commander even picked Fitzpatrick's defense attorney as well as the officers who would hear the case. He was convicted and forced to resign from the Navy.Meester faces a general court-martial, which requires a minimum of five higher ranking superiors to sit on the court-martial panel. Because Meester is a cadet — or officer in training — Weida is required to pick at least five superior officers to sit on the panel, Fitzpatrick said.[/break1]naplesnews.com/news/2004/jun/08/ndn_marco_cadet_s_trial_delayed_until_today]http://www.naplesnews.com/news/2004/jun ... _todayLest you think Fitzpatrick is a partisan looney, he also accused "W." of being a criminal for allowing the Haditha Marines to be brought up on charges.Fitzpatrick can be heard talking about his recent actions on this web-show. I have listened to most but not the whole thing and have yet to hear him talk about his situation.[/break1]blogtalkradio.com/stations/PatriotsHeartNetwork/PatriotsHeartNetwork/2009/05/04/The-Chalice-Show]http://www.blogtalkradio.com/stations/P ... alice-Show



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Post by mimi » Thu May 07, 2009 12:39 am



I've been to his jaghunter site. And, he and "kit" at that other site seem to be pretty tight. He is one angry guy.



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Post by Old Grunt » Thu May 07, 2009 12:54 am



I've been to his jaghunter site. And, he and "kit" at that other site seem to be pretty tight. He is one angry guy.I think that sums it up. He's pissed off that he got shafted (whether rightly or wrongly), and is determined to de-rail the military justice system. This is a guy that had a promising career, Naval Academy, executive officer of a ship, and screwed it up.



And he did screw it up. I don't see how he could ever justify using MWR funds for anything that didn't directly end up in the hands of the soldiers/sailors. It's even more absurd that it was $10 grand and his wife was the benefit of part of it. I could admit that he showed poor judgement, (maybe not intentional criminality), but officers are expected to pay for that stuff themselves, not take money out of the sailor's Morale, Welfare, and Recreation funds for it. That's probably why the Navy refused to listen to his appeals.



Ironically, on the interview, Fitzpatrick admits that he has no idea what has happened to Easterling. I suspect that nothing will happen to Easterling. Most likely his poor judgement will reflect on his efficiency reports and he will not be promoted and his career will be over too (as opposed to UCMJ porceedings).



Fitzpatrick wants to be charged under the UCMJ. However, that would require him to be recalled and charged. If Easterling, who is on AD, wasn't charged under the UCMJ than Fitzpatrick is engaged in wishful thinking.



Nothing is going to happen to him. He essentially wrote an angry letter to the editor on a USNA letterhead.



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Post by pitbullsigh » Thu May 07, 2009 4:32 am



thanks for this OGi googled for awhile the other day but just kept getting hits to his jaghunter site and my head started to hurtlolyep.letter of reprimand.kiss of death.I still say he's a shitbag.



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Post by Epectitus » Thu May 07, 2009 9:32 am



thanks for this OG

i googled for awhile the other day but just kept getting hits to his jaghunter site and my head started to hurt

lol



yep.letter of reprimand.kiss of death.

I still say he's a shitbag.Okay.... I'm a West Point grad myself, which officially qualifies me to say bad thing about Navy grads.



The guy is frankly not well. Whether he was driven to mental illness by the disappointment of his truncated career, or whether the truncated career is a result of his descent into mental illness... the signs are obvious.



Just read the "open letter." For god sakes... who in their right mind writes an open letter to the president and misspells the word "criminal" in the subject line? The letter is a rant... a poorly thought out, poorly organized, linguistically challenged rant. And the facts that he used Naval Academy letterhead (i.e. the stationary Midshipmen use to write letters home to their high school sweethearts) and then notes his class year with his signature (something grads normally do only when writing to other grads) plunges into the depths of pathos.



He is actually of a type... and I even have at least one classmate of my own that shares his mental pathology; a guy who was riffed as a Major (equivalent to Fitzgerald's rank) for even less reason than Walt. And his response was a full bore retreat into guns and religion. I recently had to remove his wife as a friend on Facebook because he was using her account to post hateful right-wing blather on my wall.



The officer corps can be very unforgiving for an error in judgment of this sort, and rightfully so. If you are an artillery lieutenant and you shell the observation post rather than the impact area just once, your career is over. If you get pulled over for DUI outside the base in Germany just once, your career is over. If you tie one on at the Officer's Club, stand up on a table and try to lead your peers in a rousing rendition of the the obscene version of Allouette just once, your career is over.



And this should come as a surprise to no one, especially a service academy grad. The disciplinary systems at the "trade schools" are designed to teach this lesson over and over and over. At West Point, the classic and most common reason for a disciplinary action was "Gross Lack of Judgment." It was a hammer used even when the "lack of judgment" was hardly "gross."



Remember what these guys do and how important their judgment is. My first job as a 21-year-old 2nd Lieutenant included custodial responsibility for nuclear warheads in a foreign country. We are not messing around.



Most officers understand and move on when their careers have been killed by an error in judgment. A handful descend into bitterness and anger. A tinier handful still allow that bitterness and anger to consume the rest of their lives. That last group is mentally ill.



Walt Fitzgerald should be an object of pity and understanding. A bad decision has killed his career, and his inability to cope with it has destroyed his life.



Now, if you forgive me, I'm heading out to the University Club tonight with a West Point classmate who, after you get a few drinks in him, usually can be talked into standing up on a table and leading us all in a rousing rendition of the the obscene version of Allouette.


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Post by Terrib » Thu May 07, 2009 10:16 am



This guy seems to be the birthers new hero, Ed Hale and others was in conference with this guy, and comes on radio lastnight after conference with a historial announcement ( Ed's words ) about taking down Obama and Berg and will tell all evidence next wed night



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Post by Butterfly Bilderberg » Thu May 07, 2009 10:20 am



This guy seems to be the birthers new hero, Ed Hale and others was in conference with this guy, and comes on radio lastnight after conference and nothing but bull from Ed about taking down Obama and Berg Good. the more wackos on that Ship of Fools, the better. Their credibility wanes each time someone like Walt and Orly and Pidgeon hops aboard.


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Post by Old Grunt » Thu May 07, 2009 10:36 am



Good. the more wackos on that Ship of Fools, the better. Their credibility wanes each time someone like Walt and Orly and Pidgeon hops aboard.They don't let Walter on ships anymore. He has to stand on the shore and wave his handkerchief.



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thanks for this OGi googled for awhile the other day but just kept getting hits to his jaghunter site and my head started to hurtlolyep.letter of reprimand.kiss of death.I still say he's a shitbag.Okay.... I'm a West Point grad myself, which officially qualifies me to say bad thing about Navy grads.The guy is frankly not well. Whether he was driven to mental illness by the disappointment of his truncated career, or whether the truncated career is a result of his descent into mental illness... the signs are obvious.Just read the "open letter." For god sakes... who in their right mind writes an open letter to the president and misspells the word "criminal" in the subject line? The letter is a rant... a poorly thought out, poorly organized, linguistically challenged rant. And the facts that he used Naval Academy letterhead (i.e. the stationary Midshipmen use to write letters home to their high school sweethearts) and then notes his class year with his signature (something grads normally do only when writing to other grads) plunges into the depths of pathos.Yeah, he's got a serious axe to grind, I'll repeat what I wrote in another forum:If you have a couple of hours, listen to the interview and you'll hear how deluded he is. He's begging for the military to arrest him for insubordination. He deems the fact that he hasn't been arrested as proof that Obama is a "userper". He doesn't get that no one is going to do anything to him, because no one cares about him.In this regard, he is no different than Childers or any of the other crazy retired goofs that have been every bit as bombastic as Fitzpatrick.I don't get why Fitzpatrick thinks he's an exception. The one who is in danger here is Easterling, and if nothing happens to him, than nothing is going to happen to Fitzpatrick (at least legally).It's like he's dying to revive a career that has been dead for over 20 years over this matter.



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Good. the more wackos on that Ship of Fools, the better. Their credibility wanes each time someone like Walt and Orly and Pidgeon hops aboard.They don't let Walter on ships anymore. He has to stand on the shore and wave his handkerchief.Now that made my snort Mountain dew through my nose! Ouch!!!Thanks!I take exception to any commissioned officer encouraging soldiers and sailors to do something that is contrary to good order and dicipline.If you listen to Fitzpatrick's interview, that is exactly what he is doing.



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This is the cognitive dissonance that fuels Fitzpatrick and his flunkies. ( From: [/break1]riseupforamerica.com/]http://www.riseupforamerica.com/ a site run by one of Fitzpatrick's conspirators). By the way, this was posted under the byline of "For the first time in our History a sitting POTUS has been officially charged with TREASON !!!" Of course, Obama hasn't been officially charged with jack, but when you live off of twisted logic, the facts don't have to add up. Anyways. Commander Walter Fitzpatrick is asking us all to get this Criminal Complaint, along with your own, to every Judge we can find. He put his Life, his fortune and his Sacred Honor on the line for us and now is the time for all of us to do the same.His Criminal Complaint has only two outcomes.., They Court Martial him (means a court case which they don't want) or arrest Barry Soetoro aka Barack Hussein Obama for Treason. No other outcomes are available as long as we press it. He has NOT been arrested and they have NOT responded, thereby admitting the charges are in FACT TRUE!!!What are YOU going to do about this. I've taken it to a local Judge and DA this week and implore you to do the same. I'll be filing it with more officials this coming week as well, starting on Monday 5/11/09.There are actually three outcomes; he is simply ignored because he has standing. This is what is happening to him right now. Of course, Fitz and his boys take that as evidence that Obama is guilty of Treason. Of course, it didn't bode well when the federal prosecutor informed him that, a nasty letter from a citizen doesn't equate to an actual charge or indictment.At 10:27 am EST on 5/5/09 I spoke with James R. Dedrick and asked him where the Criminal Complaint was at this moment.His response: " It's nowhere, this office only recognizes Criminal Complaints issued by a Federal Judge".Now isn't this Intriguing, a day and a half after this complaint was filed, Commander Fitzpatrick was visited by the Secret Service. It obviously went somewhere...Fitzpatrick was evaluated by the secret service to see if he posed a threat to the President's life. That's what they do.



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Fitzpatrick himself apparently realizes that he might quite meet the legal bar for treason. Thus, the need for more twisted logic to make sqaure pegs fit in round holes:TREASON n - the offense of attempting to overthrow the government of one's country or of assisting its enemies in war.THE CONSTITUTION's ARTICLE III SECTION 3TREASON against the United States, shall consist only in levying War against them, or in adhering to their Enemies, giving them Aid and Comfort. No Person shall be convicted of Treason unless on the Testimony of two Witnesses to the same overt Act, or on Confession in open Court.A QuestionIn regard to the matter of treason, is there a difference between treason against the United States as defined under Article III, Section 3, Clause 1, and treason against the Constitution, as in violation of the oath of office?My ResponseMr. Obama is a foreign born domestic enemy. Mr. Obama gives aid and comfort to enemies of the United States.Mr. Obama adheres to enemies of the United States[/break1]blogspot.com/]http://jaghunters.blogspot.com/Have fun proving your last three sentences Fitz. It seems a little premature to make a "criminal complaint" without establishing that Obama is foreign born, gives aid and comfort o enemies and adheres to enemies, but, again, facts aren't your friend.



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Fitzpatrick himself apparently realizes that he might quite meet the legal bar for treason. Thus, the need for more twisted logic to make sqaure pegs fit in round holes:....My ResponseMr. Obama is a foreign born domestic enemy. Mr. Obama gives aid and comfort to enemies of the United States.Mr. Obama adheres to enemies of the United States[/break1]blogspot.com/]http://jaghunters.blogspot.com/Have fun proving your last three sentences Fitz. It seems a little premature to make a "criminal complaint" without establishing that Obama is foreign born, gives aid and comfort o enemies and adheres to enemies, but, again, facts aren't your friend.Doesn't one have to be a citizen of a country in order to be charged with committing treason against it? One could be charged with being a spy, but that is not committing treason. Or one could be an enemy warrior, but that is not treason. So doesn't Fitzpatrick's first claim make his other two claims irrelevant? Or is Fitzpatrick admitting that Obama is a citizen of the U.S.?


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Fitzpatrick himself apparently realizes that he might quite meet the legal bar for treason. Thus, the need for more twisted logic to make sqaure pegs fit in round holes:....My ResponseMr. Obama is a foreign born domestic enemy. Mr. Obama gives aid and comfort to enemies of the United States.Mr. Obama adheres to enemies of the United States[/break1]blogspot.com/]http://jaghunters.blogspot.com/Have fun proving your last three sentences Fitz. It seems a little premature to make a "criminal complaint" without establishing that Obama is foreign born, gives aid and comfort o enemies and adheres to enemies, but, again, facts aren't your friend.Doesn't one have to be a citizen of a country in order to be charged with committing treason against it? One could be charged with being a spy, but that is not committing treason. Or one could be an enemy warrior, but that is not treason. So doesn't Fitzpatrick's first claim make his other two claims irrelevant? Or is Fitzpatrick admitting that Obama is a citizen of the U.S.?It's a good point and another example of the cognitive dissonance you have to accept to be a birther.



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Post by mimi » Fri May 29, 2009 1:14 pm



I found the blogtalk thingy with Walt Fitzpatrick yelling at Phil Berg last night. On a regular webpage, so it shouldn't screw up your computer.



When you listen to him, you understand why he was visited by Secret Service.



Let the audio load for a minute or whatever. Then cue up to about the 59:00 mark. That's the only part of the show I listened to. He talks for 5 or 6 minutes and then they cut him off.



He is one scary guy.



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I found the blogtalk thingy with Walt Fitzpatrick yelling at Phil Berg last night. On a regular webpage, so it shouldn't screw up your computer.



When you listen to him, you understand why he was visited by Secret Service.



Let the audio load for a minute or whatever. Then cue up to about the 59:00 mark. That's the only part of the show I listened to. He talks for 5 or 6 minutes and then they cut him off.



He is one scary guy.



[/break1]tsrn.us/blog/]http://www.tsrn.us/blog/Thanks for reviving my thread, Mimi!



I think Fitzpatrick is unstable. It's obvious that he has a huge grudge on his shoulder towards military justice. I can't say, based on my studying of the facts that he has that right. You just don't appropriate MWR funds for the personal use of yourself or family. That is the soldiers/sailor's money.



I suspect that he wouldn't have been allowed to retire honorably if not for the "Annapolis Protection Society", but I could be wrong about that.



*I couldn't find the show though.



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Post by Old Grunt » Tue Jun 16, 2009 8:25 pm



Well, now the Canadian version of the Free Republic has picked up the saga of my favorite court-martialed officer, Walter Fitzpatrick:[/break1]com/index.php/article/11853]http://canadafreepress.com/index.php/article/11853I left them a snarky message. I doubt it will make moderation.



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[/break1]com/index.php/article/12058]Walter Francis Fitzpatrick IIIWalt: FOX News Channel Correspondent Shepard Smith has named himself a witness in the Obama TREASON trial. Correspondent Smith is advised to exercise his constitutional protections against self-incrimination inasmuch as Mr. Smith won’t be going to Washington. Instead Mr. Smith goes to prison for his complicity in Obama’s TREASON rendering Smith as criminally accountable.

A legitimate president and commander in chief is the leader of the Western world. As commander in chief he is the CEO of America’s largest employer (the U.S. military and its infrastructure), the world’s largest law firm (the JAG Corps), and the most powerful and fierce military force history has ever known.

And for all of that I’m supposed to take the word of Shep Smith that Obama legitimately holds office?

In an earlier question you asked me who are the power brokers behind Obama. I answered in general. Here, allow me to be more focused and specific.

Shepard Smith is one of those responsible, one of those behind the curtain pulling the levers, one of the outlaw assistants in Obama’s criminal adventures.

There exists an opportunity in the Obama TREASON trial to use Shepard Smith as the vehicle that exposes major media as a leading actor in crimes against the Constitution.

Laconically: Mr. Smith committed TREASON by saying what he did. 

Now the task remains to incite the people to the Constitution to see to it that members of the press such as Mr. Smith are held to account for their actions.



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[/break1]com/index.php/article/12058]Walter Francis Fitzpatrick III

Walt: FOX News Channel Correspondent Shepard Smith has named himself a witness in the Obama TREASON trial.If this gets out to the point that Shepard plans to discuss this a bit on his program, perhaps with a juicy interview of Walter Fitzpatrick III (seditionist), then what would need to happen to make this a very positive event? Simple mocking with no interview? An in-depth investigation of Fitzgerald and his unsavory past, along with the pseudo-charges? Something in-between?


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nbc » Thu Jun 18, 2009 10:38 am



Walter Francis Fitzpatrick III



Walt: FOX News Channel Correspondent Shepard Smith has named himself a witness in the Obama TREASON trial. Correspondent Smith is advised to exercise his constitutional protections against self-incrimination inasmuch as Mr. Smith won’t be going to Washington. Instead Mr. Smith goes to prison for his complicity in Obama’s TREASON rendering Smith as criminally accountable.

A legitimate president and commander in chief is the leader of the Western world. As commander in chief he is the CEO of America’s largest employer (the U.S. military and its infrastructure), the world’s largest law firm (the JAG Corps), and the most powerful and fierce military force history has ever known.

And for all of that I’m supposed to take the word of Shep Smith that Obama legitimately holds office?

In an earlier question you asked me who are the power brokers behind Obama. I answered in general. Here, allow me to be more focused and specific.

Shepard Smith is one of those responsible, one of those behind the curtain pulling the levers, one of the outlaw assistants in Obama’s criminal adventures.

There exists an opportunity in the Obama TREASON trial to use Shepard Smith as the vehicle that exposes major media as a leading actor in crimes against the Constitution.

Laconically: Mr. Smith committed TREASON by saying what he did. 

Now the task remains to incite the people to the Constitution to see to it that members of the press such as Mr. Smith are held to account for their actions.And the rest of you should be quaking in your boots, you're all guilty too. Praise the lord "Hallylooooya" that a few of us aren't under U.S. jurisdiction .Though when Wally is successful and the "Usurper" is deposed and Wally is reinstated and becomes Chief of Staff of the military who knows what could happen.



Can you hear the pigs wings flapping?



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And the rest of you should be quaking in your boots, you're all guilty too. Praise the lord "Hallylooooya" that a few of us aren't under U.S. jurisdiction .Though when Wally is successful and the "Usurper" is deposed and Wally is reinstated and becomes Chief of Staff of the military who knows what could happen.Can you hear the pigs wings flapping?I wouldn't get too smug there, Aussie. When Walt takes control of the US military, he's gonna invade the Down Under to steal your bereavement funds.


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And the rest of you should be quaking in your boots, you're all guilty too. Praise the lord "Hallylooooya" that a few of us aren't under U.S. jurisdiction .Though when Wally is successful and the "Usurper" is deposed and Wally is reinstated and becomes Chief of Staff of the military who knows what could happen.Can you hear the pigs wings flapping?I wouldn't get too smug there, Aussie. When Walt takes control of the US military, he's gonna invade the Down Under to steal your bereavement funds.Well here's my bereavement fund... what's he gunna do with this?http://www.southern-highlands-accommoda ... 20mob3.jpg



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Post by rajah » Thu Jun 18, 2009 4:23 am



Well flutterby you had better come over and well all get together (maybe at the Woy Woy RSL CLub) and spend it on a Grand Jury.By the way we dont drink pints we drink schooners. I' ll have an old thanks Oz.



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Well here's my bereavement fund... what's he gunna do with this?http://www.southern-highlands-accommoda ... .jpgHere's one I took last year in Queensland, all up close and personal like - don't think Wally would like to run into one of these fellers if it was in a bad mood, 'cause I reckon those claws could do some damage:



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