Basic Weapons For Kids

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  1. BeyondTherapy

    BeyondTherapy Well-Known Member

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    Basic Weapons For Kids

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    From Mike Partlow to ***********@**********.org

    Hello,

    I am Staff Sgt. Mike Partlow and I am on a six month leave. I have nothing to do back in the states, and watching your kids sounds like fun. I love kids. I have plenty of activities for them and assure you they will always be kept busy. Let me know if you are interested and we can discuss pay.

    Thanks,

    SSG Partlow

    From Donna ******** to Me

    Mr. Partlow,

    Thanks for responding! I am interested. Do you have any previous experience with kids? What kind of activities would you do? I am looking for something fun and eductational, and some sports for the boys.

    -Donna

    From Mike Partlow to Donna **********

    Donna,

    I have lots of experience with kids from my time in the Middle East. I can teach my expertise to your kids through fun games and activities. I can teach them basic weapons training, close quarters combat, explosive ordinance disposal, and hand-to-hand combat. They will have a blast! I will provide the firearms but I would prefer if you pay for the ammunition. I can make the activities fun and educational. Kids really seem to enjoy basic weapons training when you put it in terms they can understand, for example, I used to teach the Middle Eastern kids how to accurately fire an M203 by a modified version of "pin the tail on the donkey." Instead of a tail, it was a 40mm grenade, and instead of "pinning" it, they fired it from a safe distance. I assure you that safety is my number one concern with the kids, but also, them having fun is my top priority.

    SSG Partlow

    From Donna ******** to Me

    Is this a joke? You realize these kids are mostly 7 years old, right?

    From Mike Partlow to Donna **********

    Donna,

    It is never too early to teach your children these basic life skills. I am aware that they are young and will adjust my program accordingly. We will be mostly using the 5.56mm M16A2, which is a great weapon for children. It is gas operated, so the recoil is minimal, making it a perfect gun for children to use. So what were you thinking as far as pay goes? I don't mean to cut to the chase, but I really need a job.
    SSG Partlow

    From Donna ******** to Me

    This is absurd. I really hope you aren't serious.

    I am not interested. Thanks.

    From Mike Partlow to Donna **********

    Donna,

    I am sorry that you are not interested. You may regret this if your child is ever put in a close quarters combat situation, and doesn't even know how to pop a magazine in his rifle.

    If you change your mind and decide you want your kids to grow up to be men, not pussies, let me know.

    SSG Partlow
     
  2. law_88

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    I would have hired him sounds great!