Clowncopter Or Clown Skills?

You know… it just makes sense.

We need to get the military on some analysis concerning the benefits of helicopters made from clown car material V.S. enriching the soldiers with clown skills.

I know that a portion of you guys are military… run this one up the ladder for me. ;)


5 responses to “Clowncopter Or Clown Skills?”

  1. Won’t me…21+ years in…the military is already overflowing with clowns yet we still reach the same load capacity as before…

  2. Having served 4 years as a rifleman in the USMC I can vouch that Marines already have this skill. The saying goes: Q: How many grunts can you fit in a 5 ton? A: One more.

  3. Ole'wolf Avatar

    With regards to the first two comments… come on guys. I was just an Air Force geek for 20+ and from the sardine trips in UH1s, UH53s, UH60s, C123s, C130s, C141s and a coriple of “C”s and “H”s they don’t make anymore that I made, we that is any and all of the services, can teach clowns a thing or two. This issue is NOT how many you pack in… its “do you REALLY want to do that to them where they’re going” and “how much crap are they humping in when they go?” Now, coming out of a sh–hole is a whole ‘nuther story… BTW, by way of curiculum vitae, half my “I love me wall” stuff is signed by Army grunts… what can I say, I like Air Force housing, Arrrrmy Training and field duties!

  4. I thought it was pretty darn funny!

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