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The emphasis of this educational reference is on words and phrases that appear in published works about war and military service; and amongst this jargon and slang, there is no pretense of objectivity or completeness, which may be readily found in official documents or government resources.
This fragmentary opus is a work in progress Vulgar, profane, and obscene dysphemisms, which have been used for every part of speech and rhetorical form, have not been Bowdlerized nor expurgated from this glossary, to the undoubted dismay of purists and the evident enrichment of our mother-tongue; so immature or hypersensitive persons should refrain from perusing this indubitably eclectic and contingently egregious compendium.
Swearing is usually either juvenile or crass, but military personnel admire talent and respect skill, so the ability to create imaginative expletives and to craft uncommon scurrility is often appreciated. BRAVO The emphasis of this educational reference is on words and phrases that appear in published works about war and military service; and amongst this jargon and slang, there is no pretense of objectivity or completeness, which may be readily found in official documents or government resources.
These narcissistic BABY BOOMERs, or simply "boomers", believe that the world began with their birth and will end with their death , and that they invented wild sex, mind-altering drugs, loud music, lewd dancing, tender words, ridiculous fashions, noble causes, and the "generation gap" Age of Aquarius, BoomsDay; cf: Children, by definition, are supposed to be protected by society because they are the inheritors of society; it is implicit that the "tree will grow as the twig is bent", and that without a future there is no past Except that children are now being recruited for combat eg: Although history is replete with instances of soldiers victimizing civilians, including children, there are no documented cases of American atrocities since the institution of the international LAWS OF WAR that have gone unpunished.
So despite evidence to the contrary, this persistent stereotype only exists in the modern era as either a fictitious trope or a sociopolitical ploy, or both eg: Probably derived from the Indian game of Parcheesi, a form of backgammon seems to have been played by Babylonians, Greeks, Egyptians, and Romans before migrating from the Middle East into Europe during the Tenth century.
Also, any support, safeguard, or reinforcement, as with reserves. Also, to withdraw from an activity, undertaking, venture, position, or the like; to reverse a policy or undo a position Also, the flow, sweep, or breaking of water, especially that water thrown backward by the motion of oars, propellers, and the like; properly called WASH or "wake".
Except for BG P. Jackson's hatbands in the Shenandoah Valley, the Confederacy did not develop a system of unit insignia; it has been asserted that the Washington Artillery at Bull Run in wore the first distinguishing unit badge in the form of red flannel strips, but the traditional red trousers and red seam stripes of the artillery branch casts doubt upon this confused claim] [nb: An Episode of the American Civil War is an honorable wound that tacitly testifies of one's fortitude] [v: Frank Baum ] Also, in the Special Forces Association, the distinction given to a person "decader" who has served ten or more years on active duty with U.
Army Special Forces teams. Also, a barren area in which soft rock strata are eroded into varied forms, some bizarre or fantastic; any rocky terrain that's been severely eroded by wind and water; this term alludes to the difficulty in traversing such rough country.
Also, peevish, querulous, or splenetic talk, as to speak negatively or pessimistically, hypercritically or faultfindingly; to carp, complain, derogate, cavil, quibble, grouse, crab, gripe, or bellyache; compare SUCK IT UP. Also, to use vulgar, obscene, scurrilous, or profane language, as to have a dirty- or foul-mouth, and also spelled "badmouth" [cf: When a gentleman is disposed to swear, it is not for any standers-by to curtail his oaths, ha?
He can swear as often: It may not sound nice to some bunch of little old ladies at an afternoon tea party, but it helps my soldiers to remember. You can't run an army without profanity; and it has to be eloquent profanity.
An army without profanity couldn't fight its way out of a piss-soaked paper bag. Patton Jr; "And when the riflemen heard their commander swear so prodigiously, their minds were filled with amazement to learn how little they knew of profanity! Also, to lend necessary aid or resources to rescue a vessel or vehicle, or to enable the survival of an enterprise or undertaking; as a means of relief, this contranym probably has naval origins.
Also, a quantity of gravel or similar broken material used to stabilize a bank, a bed, or a barrier by adding fill [v: Also, a metaphor for a crisis or critical event, as represented by the expression when Also, anything resembling a ball, from a globular finial to a round-bottomed flask. Also, informal reference to a woman's breasts eg: Contrary to popular belief, the BALL TURRET was not occupied during take-offs and landings, neither did the gunner sit upside down in this rotating TURRET during flight operations; however, the space inside the dome was too restricted for the gunner to wear a parachute, so it was kept nearby inside the airplane cabin.
The BAMs responded to this characterization by dubbing the men: Unlike the other women's auxiliaries, the Marine Corps Women's Reserve does not have a cute acronym to identify it. Before women were accepted into military service during WWII, this acronym purportedly meant "Bad Assed Marine", referring to troublemakers and malcontents.
Early experiments with electrical circuits were surpassed by line-of-sight visual codes "tachygraphy": From to , utilizing voltaic magnetism and galvanic deflection, many telegraphic systems were devised before Samuel F. Morse was credited with the "bi-signal" patent.
Although LANDLINEs were used to carry reliable and efficient signals, an experiment in attempted to transmit signal code directly through water without using underwater cable. The first woman to be certified as a telegrapher was Sarah G. The presence of the telegraph during the Crimean War brought meddling bureaucrats and incompetent supervisors into annoyingly direct and interferingly immediate contact with battlefield commanders. By , a mere thirty years after its inception, the "Victorian InterNet" could transmit a message around the world in only four minutes!
The subsequent commercial codes, using abbreviations and substitutions, were designed to save transmission time and money, rather than to protect privacy. The telephone was accidentally invented in while attempting to upgrade the duplex and quadruplex modes of telegraphy with an experimental harmonic multiplexer. In , automatic telegraphy was married to a typewriter to form the teleprinter.
The wound from a bite usually feels extremely painful, as if branded by a hot iron, and does not subside for about a day afterwards; the surrounding flesh at the site swells and dies necrosis , turning black within a few minutes, extending due to the volume and depth of venom, which highlights the puncture wound.
The distribution of this snake and its subspecies is extensive, including higher elevations and islands. War is never exclusively military, with American troops being dispatched as "social workers in uniform" in recent times, but they were previously sent forth as "global policemen" when international relations were more autonomous. Horatio Nelson at Battle of the Nile , as lyrics in a patriotic song eg: And gentlemen in England now a-bed Shall think themselves accursed they were not here, And hold their manhoods cheap whiles any speaks That fought with us upon Saint Crispin's day.
Originally a wide leather belt with loops for each additional SHELL, but has evolved into a belt of pouches containing clipped ammunition, ready for stripping into empty magazines MAG.
Also, in publishing and computer jargon, slang for the 'exclamation point'! Also, a slope or acclivity. Also, the inclination of an angled road or track; also called "cant". Also, a number of similar objects or devices arranged in a line or tier so as to be able to act together. Browning Automatic Rifle; a heavy. Also, short for barrier, as an obstacle, hindrance, or obstruction; to be behind bars, or protected by a mosquito bar [nb: Also, a horizontal band on an heraldic shield.
Also, a linen covering for the throat and breast, formerly worn by women mourners, and now only by some nuns; also spelled 'barbe'. Also, an obviously unpleasant or openly carping remark. Barbary Coast Wars Pinckney, who purportedly said "Not a penny!
Except for temporary positions eg: Also, any overwhelming quantity or volume, as of blows or complaints. Also, any tube-like passageway or throat-like enclosure, as in a Venturi tube, carburetor, or watch. Also, any unspecified large quantity. Also, any case or container that's similar in form or function to a wooden barrel ie: Firearms Glossary ] Also, part of the exterior nomenclature of artillery cannon or main gun tube, a cover for the chamber situated between the muzzle and breechblock for the attachment of the recoil system slides and recuperators; see GUN MOUNT, ARTY.
Huan Luyen Can Ban] [nb: Beginner's All-purpose Symbolic Instruction Code or an artificial language eg: Interlingua, Esperanto, and Ido. NON LA patterned in a traditional or tribal style; a neutral or unbiased reference to an oriental, also expressed as "straw hat" or "rice stick". In WWII, BASTARDs included airborne and ranger units, while in Vietnam they were cavalry and artillery units, assigned and reassigned wherever needed, usually with less support and higher casualties than "parented" units.
The military sense of this term, unlike civilian interpretations of "illegitimate", "spurious", "abhorent", or "abnormal", hearkens to its origin of "unacknowledged offspring" [nb: Also, a thin or narrow strip of lumber attached to sailcloth to keep it flat or taut. Also, a flexible strip of wood used for fairing the lines of a HULL on the floor of a mold loft during shipbuilding. Frederick the Great's mule attended many battles but learned nothing about war from them!
Just as significant campaigns are incorporated into the uniform [v: Guadalcanal on 1st Mar Div SSI] of the affected units, so inspired phrases become part of the insignia and history of affected units, creating a mark of distinction, officially known as a "special designation".
Statements made during controversy or combat eg: Also, inset land or inlet water, as a cove or bight. Also, to resist or repel, as "to hold at bay".
M bayonet M-8 bayonet M-9 bayonet a knife-like weapon attached to the muzzle of a firearm for close combat; derived from 17th century plug-bayonet invented in Bayonne France to convert single-shot muskets into pikes. The Chinese "fire lance", utilized as both a flamethrower and as a prototype shotgun, also included a fixed point for use as a pike.
An old military maxim states: Having the bayonet fixed makes our men want to close. Only the threat to close will defeat a determined enemy.
Patton Jr 29 July ; "It is the cold glitter of the attacker's eye not the point of the questing bayonet that breaks the line. Also, an outdated metonym that was formerly used to tally the strength of a given unit ie: Although three brigades typically comprise a division, separate brigades of medical, supply, maintenance, and transportation can operate autonomously under corps or theater command.
The 11th, th, th, and th Infantry Brigades and the rd Airborne Brigade operated independently in Vietnam. A brigade usually contains about 3, soldiers, but can be as large as 5, members for the heavily armored units, and is usually subdivided by battalions that are typically sized between - soldiers.
Alger, attorney and capitalist, Michigan governor and U. In a Vietnam-era "Zgram" message, ADM Elmo Zumwalt endorsed the "tradition" of shipboard beards, as were worn, in marked contrast to shorter haircuts, by sailors and soldiers on various vessels. The 'beard', which is a symbol of strength and wisdom v: Yanking or even shearing a man's beard is an extreme affront and deadly insult
When Mark Jackson is saying "Mama, there goes that man! Either way, the player in question is a real motherfucker, which lines up pretty well with how the phrase is used today.
Just wait 6 months when these are still being reposted in every tangentially related thread. I actually think he made this entire post just to put that one paragraph in. Steve Harvey also used this phrase each time he cheated on his 1st and 2nd wives and abandoned his children. Well Mark Jackson also cheated on his wife for years with a stripper, then goes to preach on street corners about the immorality of religions other than his own.
So I'm sensing a theme here. I asked God for a bike, but I know God doesn't work that way. So I stole a bike and asked for forgiveness. I remember his interview years ago where he ranted about how atheists apparently have no moral compasses and are idiots.
Hell, he brings almost every conversation about life back towards his faith and interjects his faith and atheist hate into almost everything. Just a classic case of the "I am religious, therefore I will be forgiven and can do no wrong while you have no idea how to distinguish from right or wrong" type of guy.
Nah, too much is going on in the offseason because then the players aren't distracted by having to play games. No really this is some good stuff right here. It's cool that you went and did your research and I love actually thought out OC on this sub but Personally, I found the "real motherfucker either way" line a funny and underrated joke in here.
Bro these are the quality posts that are supposed to get use through the ASB or offseason!! Now I will have to re read this in july! As well, the nickname applies appropriately because his name starts with an "H" and he killed million Jews across Europe between and I hope this helps.
This is good autism. Zuckerberg taking over the world? But OP is coming through with rainman level good autism here. WOW, I had no idea about the Hitler story or the absent fathers story. And while I always wondered what "Mama, there goes that man" meant, I just always took it as a player schooling someone and that someone crying to their mama about it.
Kinda similar, I guess. I just figured it was a kid who was watching a hero of some sort, like seeing Batman save the day and then slip off in the night. Is this supposed to be some hyperbolic troll post? First off you're eliminating all the other words from Mark's quote.
It's common slang in English to say there he goes, that's the man, here he comes, etc. That Mark made they small step to the entire quote is pretty simple and organic. Then your historical basis just zeroes in on the words "the man" which is used as a substitute and in scathing context, whereas Mark's quote is for praise. You just cherry picked a couple words and made some illogical leap, I don't know what combination of Godwin's Law and poor inductive reasoning birthed a thread like this.
You're getting downvoted but I agree. Of course people have been saying "that man" for a while, in the same way you would say "there's that guy again" or "there he goes again". Well, to be clear it's not like Mark Jackson is a World War II historian or that a mid-century British radio program or headline culturally influenced his life.
But, those are symptoms of the same meme that survived and resurfaced in Jackson's speech, or maybe dead branches of an evolutionary word virus. In the United States, 'Mama, it's that man again' became so popular that people could remix it 'That man is here' meaning 'me' or reference it in part and he understood 'It's that man again'.
That's the form it has when it gets to the U. Then, it played itself out and disappeared. It may already have been out of fashion in the US by the time a British copy editor decided it would by funny.
Since ITMA the show ran till , the association in the UK would primarily have been with it directly rather than to a decade before headline or joke two decades before. I think that's already clear in the OP and the links, but the title could make you think I'm claiming Hitler is more central to the story.
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