Sunday, April 15, 2012

Which SEAL shaved Webb's pubes????

Quote from the Mirror regarding a Review of Brandon Webb's new book.
Mr Webb also revealed the extreme hazing ritual forced on him after his colleagues discovered that he had lied to them about secretly marrying.
His hands were duct taped into a ‘lobster claw’ and his eyes were taped shut while he was force fed tequila.
He then had alligator clips attached to his nipples and was shocked using a handheld generator.
Mr Webb wrote: “You can squeeze it in rapid succession and then it lets loose a charge, only in this case the wires were hooked up with alligator clips to my nipples.
“I don’t know how many volts go through that thing but when the charge hits you, you lose all control, and that was exactly what I did.”
Mr Webb was then subjected to a final insulting ordeal which involved Tabasco being poured over his private parts and his pubic hair shaved off and glued to his face.
I just want to know which US NAVY SEAL shaved Webb's pubic hair and then glued them to his face.

The comments section is entertaining though.

Check this out....first we have one of his "ladies" chiming in to help him out....

Kathy Sato

12:38 AM on 15/4/2012
Any USN SEAL is the antithesis of a sniveler - the training in BUD/S is hard to imagine and everyone says what happens after and operationally is worse. Brandon, what kind of generator did they use, a modern or old one. The old hand cranked magnetos can produce up to 120 volts and up to 5 amps when cranked fast! That is far beyond the current which can produce ventricular fibrillation (about 120ma)! Being an old electronics experimenter, I've had some accidents with that kind of voltage and current and I must have ended up looking like Daffy Duck after getting his beak blown backwards by Elmer - and it wasn't on any sensitive parts (except for one accident I'll tell Brandon offline) and only for a moment. Ouch.
I would so love to be a fly on the wall for that offline conversation...but then we have a guy who's seeing this for what it is....

Edward Stephen Burgess

9:06 PM on 13/4/2012
Glad he made it and thanks for his contributions, BUT..... This brief article sounds a lot like sniveling.....
Edward is trying to be polite.  He says sniveling, I say Bullshit....but wait...there is more!  We finally have Webb chiming in....

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2:50 AM on 14/4/2012
No sniveling here. It's cut out of context. Read the book and then pass judgement. -Brandon
Well I haven't read the book.  I keep debating whether I really want to help his sales by buying it.  I keep coming out on the side of hell no....

Which leaves only one thing.

Brandon Webb needs to come out on his website and explain this nonsense.  Its making him and the US NAVY SEALs look bad.

Very bad.

5 comments:

  1. i am always skeptical of when people write about mis-deeds of others and say how terrible it was and they are profiting for it and not trying to change it. If he wants things changed and wants to prevent this from happening again (assuming it did happen which is still in question) he had many places he could have gone. He could have called NCIS and made a complain, called the DOD inspector generals office, he could have written letters to the chair and ranking members of the house and senate armed services committees, etc. He did, he wrote it for profit, where are his complaints? where are his depositions under oath? where are the investigations looking at hazing in the seals? now their is always grains of truth in such stories and i would be stunned if there wasnt a bit of hazing here and there but this is probably way out of anything that probably happened. If it did its wrong, but if he wants to change it, this isnt the way.

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  2. the guy is a shyster from what i can see. he's taking his service in the SEALs and trying to franchise it into some type of business opportunity.

    if he was Special Forces guy they would have shut him down aaaaloooooong time ago. if he was a Ranger same.

    something about the SEALs breeds this type of thing. even the SOCOM commander is much more in front of the cameras than i've ever seen one of those guys.

    but i'm almost happy about this. the blow back will be coming, it might not be visible but there will be blowback....SOCOM has run hard and heavy for a long time now but i can see the strings about to be pulled to yank them back.

    in the end it'll be there fault.

    they were once quiet professionals. now they're just a bunch of glory hounds. i had (once) the highest respect for these guys. not anymore. i figured it was just the mix of pmc's and socom that ruined it. not anymore. its something about the current breed.

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    1. When you say, "something about the SEALs breeds this type of thing" it's poorly thought out crap. They are still quiet professionals. There is always one in a group that exhibits the "something" that you attribute to the "new breed" but you'd have to read the book to get proper context instead of commenting in haste. Until you read the book you can't call Webb a "shyster". In future, check your grammar and spelling as well.

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    2. its obvious that it does. take a look around. take a look at Webb. oh and if the best you can do is come over here and give a critique on my grammar and spelling then your argument is as weak as you are.

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  3. i think Neptune spear, as great of a mission that was put them so much at the forefront and wanted the publicity, it seems like it will hurt them in the long run as we are seeing and they are no longer silent warriors as you rightly say.

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