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Even Coasties Think You're a Bitch

Active Military
Active Military
March 25, 2019
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If you guys are anything like us, from time to time you enjoy watching people stir the shit up a little bit. Especially with China. We know the consequences of said shit stirring could be disastrous, but just like a train wreck, we can't help but look on the carnage that could unfold as we play f*** f*** games with China. What is the latest f*** f*** game you ask? Well, in addition to the Arleigh Burke-class destroyer the USS Curtis Wilbur sailing through the Strait of Taiwan, we added a Coast Guard Legend-class cutter, the USCGC Bertholf. This just goes to show China that well, even the United States Coast Guard thinks you're a bitch.That's right ladies and gentlemen, the United States Coast Guard formerly of the Department of theTreasury (USDT), now of the Department of Homeland security, the branch that gets more jokes thrown their way than the Air Force, Marine Corps, Navy, and Army combined thinks the same way about China that the DoD branches think. China is a do-nothing basic ass bitch, DNBAB or if you want to say it, it's pronounced Dinbab. We realize that's a made-up word, but then again, all words are made up so, we're not too worried, plus it's an acronym so chill out.The two ships again sailed through the Strait of Taiwan, just like we've been doing since forever, and following the same pattern, it has pissed off China who again proved they won't do shit. Hence the dinbab designation.The United States military released a statement that read,“The ships’ transit through the Taiwan Strait demonstrates the U.S. commitment to a free and open Indo-Pacific.”This statement reiterates what they said last week about not changing their policy of sailing wherever the f*** they want as long as it's in accordance with international law.

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