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What do you mean by mad dogging? All I'm able to surmise from this post is that you went a round or two with a civilian in a bar parking lot for looking at you wrong...I don't really see how that is calling out a coward.
the good ol' mean mugging... as in dirty looks.
best to punch em in the snot-box and take their lunch (beer) money.
That's one way to deal with it. Me unless they were a total ass I would let it roll off my back. Then again I enlisted right after VietNam so I had plenty of those looks, even when I was flying overseas in uniform.
Figured they had no clue.
Good morning gents. I first want to recognize all of the sacrifices that the Service Members of the United States & their families are making . . . God Bless the U.S. Military.
I was with some of my fellow service members this evening; giving thanks and celebrating this great holiday. We were @ a local watering hole, all of the townsfolk were in attendance. One individual was paying particular attention to the group of fine Americans I was with. Myself and my friends (2 Soldiers,2 civilians, a Marine, & an Army husband) took note of the aggression that was being displayed towards us. We discussed the "mad dog" looks we were receiving & decided the appropriate action was to question the individual who was mad-dogging us. The "young man" I approached [that was mad-dogging us] became extremely defensive & apprehensive upon questioning. It became apparent that he had no clue what service was. I asked what unit he was with . . . after a few seconds he said "the 125th". I knew he was lying, we took it outside & it ended abruptly.
I cannot express my anger towards this puke. Please, call out these f***1ing cowards when possible.
What's "mad dogging"???? If that is staring, is that supposed to be aggressive? I'm confused!