Thursday, November 11, 2010

Life Lessons from the A-Team

Because that last post was a little heavier than I am comfortable with, I feel the need to put something else here also. 

I wrote this about a year and a half ago and it still makes me chuckle.

Life Lessons from The A-Team

1. If you need something bad enough, it's ok to lie about paying for it because, in the end, mercenaries have incredibly large hearts.

2. There is no vehicle more sound and trustworthy than a van.

3. Angry, large, aviophobic body builders are highly gullible and easy to smuggle aboard airplanes.

4. Grooming is everything. A nice suit, great hair, and a confident smile opens lots of doors.

5. It's a great idea to know a crazy person but a better idea to store him some place safe until you really need him.

6. Crazy people are reliable pilots.

7. Cigar smoking elderly white men make great leaders despite what recent history would have you believe.

8. A good disguise is hard to come by.

9. Complicated military life histories can easily be explained in 22 seconds. It's helpful if the person doing the explaining has a wicked cool baritone voice.

10. Of the 3 things needed to maybe getting help, "and if you can find them" appears to be the easiest.

11. A token female in the group is always a good idea but keep in mind they can easily be replaced with little to no explanation.
12. Firearm accuracy is just not that important.

13. Elaborate and complicated plans best come together in a montage.

14. Fools deserve and will receive Pity.

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