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    Default Weekend Safety Brief (GDG)

    How a typical Safety Brief would go on Friday before released for the
    weekend in the Military;

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    FORM IT UP! 1st Sgt's Enroute!


    1st Sgt. >>
    Bring it in. Take a knee.

    Meach, flutterkicks - go. "aye 1st Sgt."

    There seems to be some misunderstanding about my "Open Door Policy". While
    I've got all of you here, in this rain, I'll try to clarify that policy.
    ...
    1. I don't want to talk to you, so don't use that open door to come chat.
    2. I don't care about your opinions on the news, politics, or popular
    culture, so don't use that open door to come enlighten me.
    3. I don't care about your kids, so don't come bring me pictures.
    4. I am here to enforce discipline, to see you improve as a hunter of men,
    and to cull you from the herd if you fail to advance.
    5. My door is open, but you had better have something significant to discuss
    with me, or I'll kick a field goal with your nutsack without spilling my
    coffee or caring about your feelings on the matter.

    While I'm in this happy mood, let's discuss the penis-shaped trench dug into
    the grass in front of Division. I have nothing solid that leads me to a
    culprit, but my gut is telling me that he's doing flutterkicks behind me.
    Well played, Meach. Well played. Stop grinning, you quivering pile of donkey
    vomit.

    I plan to spend this weekend the way I spend most weekends: by turning beer
    into urine. You nose-picking clowns can't seem to stay out of trouble
    though, so we need to have these little chats. Pay attention, or we'll spend
    some quality time together. I hate quality time.

    Don't do dudes.
    Don't drink and drive.
    Don't beat your wife.
    Don't let your wife beat you.
    Don't do drugs.

    If you get into a drunken brawl this weekend, win.
    If you don't win, escape, then never let me find out.
    If you fail in both of these, I'm sending you to 2nd brigade. You'll fit
    right in over there.

    Meach, recover.

    Now get the hell out of my AO you tick turds!

    Errah!


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    ROFL!

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    Wow, good job cleaning that up. I remember those safety briefs, and the ones I sat in on were WAY more vulgar.....lol

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    Quote Originally Posted by JPoston View Post
    Wow, good job cleaning that up. I remember those safety briefs, and the ones I sat in on were WAY more vulgar.....lol
    Yea I had to do a little editing LOL!

    Do 1st Sgt's take a class on these talks? Man they were always so good! lol

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    Probably the same class the DI's took. I still don't know how they say that stuff and not crack a smile. My heavy did laugh ONE time. He covered his face with his cover, and walked in the house. Came out 5 minutes later and smoked us....lol

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