Government types and their hangers-on gratuitously use a lot of acronyms and other silly words common to their environment. Their jargon is infected with the use of vice as a substitute for vice versa.
I grew up with him. Plus being in the military as well. There’s a brotherhood. He knows I’m joking. But yea. If he wasn’t a lifelong friend. I’d probably be afraid of him lol.
Anyone in the Army can go to Ranger school. And get the tab. He’s 75th. So when you see actual Ranger stuff that’s them.
Heard a story from his brother (awkward positioned phone video caught some of it) in a rougher side of Dallas. This kid was talking **** to Scott. Lifted his shirt to reveal a handgun. Scott egged him on to pull it. Eventually he did. Scott instantly ripped it out of the guys hand. Dropped the magazine and racked the round out. Laughed and handed the pistol back. I wish to god I was there to see it.
Drive a bus load of high school females to their soccer match sometime. I'm almost certain that EVERY THIRD WORD, that comes out of them is 'like'. I sit up there, running the bus down the road, and invariably start counting how many times they can utter that word in a single spoken sentence..two?...three?
"It's, like, when my mom, like, goes shopping...she, like, never buys any, like, frosted flakes"
A curated vest, I hope.
No fast fashion vests allowed.
One made by a guy with sleeve tattoos and an Edwardian beard, in some gentrified part of a previously heavy industrial town, who also makes hickory shafted scythes from bicycle parts.