During World War II the Army Corps of Engineers needed to hide the Lockheed Burbank Aircraft Plant to protect it from a possible Japanese air attack. They covered it with camouflage netting to make it look like a rural subdivision from the air.
This is the type of serious business that gets discussed on the internet.
You be the judge:
I’m leaning more towards saying it was intended to be just his brother or good friend. The lack of other people represented besides the two of them, and the long waists-touching embrace could suggest otherwise though.
Regardless of the homo/hetro-ness of the commercial, its good to see Budweiser supports the troops.
What do your gaydars read? Let me know in the comments.
“I’m big, I’m mean. I’m going to destroy the competition.” This Air Force sniper has reason to be cocky–he’s good. Not only is he a certified military, civilian and SWAT sniper, he’s an instructor in all of them as well. George Reinas was the sniper team leader as well as the coach of last year’s winning sniper team at the AF Rodeo Competition. An obsessive weight lifter, he regularly benches 400-plus pounds and curls 200 pounds, barely breaking a sweat. A self-described Jersey Shore guy, he’s not afraid to tell it like it is.
172 of you voted on facebook, and George was the victor by a landslide with 144 votes. Ashley Spurlin was a distant second at 23 votes, followed by Brian, Chris, and Joe.
I’d feel bad giving this award someone that didn’t deserve it, but right up until the credits rolled on the final episode, George proved to all of us that he was the only logical choice.
Stay tuned for another Top Douchebag when they announce the cast of Season 3!