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    saw this and i thought it was funny .......

    http://break.com/index/humvee_drivin...i_traffic.html


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    Re: Humvee Driving In Iraqi Traffic

    That's hilarious. I only wish I could drive like that here.
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      No swapping insurance info for them.
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        Was that the hummer horn? That is girly, need to put a air horn on those things. Really funny though that people just get bumped then move. In the US if i tried that id have someone following me trying to knock me off the road.
        that sounds like a good idea trooper.
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          Re: Humvee Driving In Iraqi Traffic

          When I was over there my job was the first guntruck driver. We had a LOUD police siren that was ALWAYS on when we were driving through a big city. The regular humvee horns are really wimpy...that is why I went online and bought me a Dixie horn:) The Iraqis LOVED it, but the base commander made us take it off:(

          What I dont understand is why they even bumped into the cars in the first place. All the Iraqis know when we come through, they better part like the Red Sea. If not, a .50 cal tracer is going right over their hood...or flares. Another thing we did was if the vehicle seemed "non-threatening" we would have OLD cartons of milk that my gunner would throw at the vehicles. Having 3 week old milk that has been sitting in the Iraqi heat hit the back of their call really caught their attention.

          Please dont let CNN know about this;)
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            Originally posted by Dirtboy View Post
            awesomeness
            You guys are awesome.

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              Re: Humvee Driving In Iraqi Traffic

              The Iraqi's really must love this. >.>
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              • #8
                Re: Humvee Driving In Iraqi Traffic

                I'd say the best part is the pedestrian at the end, and the guys comment on it: "This guy, just pickin' his nose. Not a F-ing care in the world." classic, just classic.
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                • #9
                  Re: Humvee Driving In Iraqi Traffic

                  Wow Dirtboy. I always thought you were a cool guy, but now it is official that you totally rock. My hat goes off to you for your time in the sandbox.
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                  • #10
                    Re: Humvee Driving In Iraqi Traffic

                    Originally posted by Dirtboy View Post
                    When I was over there my job was the first guntruck driver. We had a LOUD police siren that was ALWAYS on when we were driving through a big city. The regular humvee horns are really wimpy...that is why I went online and bought me a Dixie horn:) The Iraqis LOVED it, but the base commander made us take it off:(

                    What I dont understand is why they even bumped into the cars in the first place. All the Iraqis know when we come through, they better part like the Red Sea. If not, a .50 cal tracer is going right over their hood...or flares. Another thing we did was if the vehicle seemed "non-threatening" we would have OLD cartons of milk that my gunner would throw at the vehicles. Having 3 week old milk that has been sitting in the Iraqi heat hit the back of their call really caught their attention.

                    Please dont let CNN know about this;)
                    You must spread some reputation around before giving it to Dirtboy again.


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                      Re: Humvee Driving In Iraqi Traffic

                      Seems like this would make a great Video Game!!! LOL!

                      Call it Dirtboy's Humvee Adventures!!!



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