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Congratulations to Sgt. smartguy!!!


Posted on February 14th, by raymond padilla in Housekeeping. 14 comments

Sgt Slaughter Congratulations to Sgt. smartguy!!!

Please join me in congratulating¬†RPadholic smartguy¬†for becoming a…let me see if I have this right…sergeant for being a senior tax manager for a law enforcement agency. In WWE terms, I believe this makes him a cross between Sgt. Slaughter and Irwin R. Schyster. I’m also certain this makes him one of the few RPadholics that’s allowed to carry a gun (legally). Now it’s time to start scripting a new RPad.TV¬†original series featuring smartguy harassing people that haven’t filed their taxes.





  • http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=oHg5SJYRHA0 N8R

    I was thinking of Sgt. Rock, Sgt. York, Sgt. Pepper, and of course, Sgt. Slaughter.

    But honestly, congrats dude, that's awesome.

    Nick Fury is a Sgt. Too, right? So was BA Baracus and R. Lee Ermey in Full Metal Jacket. I can see him standing over a number cruncher who forgot to carry a one saying "What is your major malfunction, numbnuts! From now on, your name is Pyle!".

    • http://rpad.tv raymond padilla

      Fury was introduced as a sergeant, but was later a colonel.

      • http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=oHg5SJYRHA0 N8R

        Yeah… But give Smartguy time.

    • Sandrock

      R. Lee Ermey is a retired Marine Corp. Gunnery Sargent.

  • BigBlak

    Congrats bro!

    Lets get this script rolling…

    The catch phrase should be along the lines of " I'm here to make you file/collect your taxes, I can easily exchange that for your life." Or " Uncle Sam is the least of your worries…(gunshot)."

    • http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=oHg5SJYRHA0 N8R

      I was thinking "I pity the fool who confuses profits for cash flow!".

  • lceman

    Wow, dude! Are you an IRS special agent? Because if you are, that would totally make my wife jealous. She wanted to be one back when she was in school because she likes the fact of being an accountant with a gun.

    Congratulations and good luck with the drug dealers/money launderers/mail fraudsters/wire fraudsters.

    We'll be looking for you on the upcoming episodes of American Greed.

    -M

    • Smartguy

      Haha no I took this job in order to gain better insight of the commercial dealings in my parish. This will allow me to network and in theory market myself to commercial clients in my own practice in the future. I need a niche outside of estates/trusts to work for myself I believe.

    • http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=oHg5SJYRHA0 N8R

      Screw American Greed, I wanna see Law & Order: CPA.

    • bsukenyan

      If she wants (wanted) to do that then the FBI always sounds like the way to go. I know a guy who works in accounting for the FBI, carries a gun and used to work in the J. Edgar Hoover building before he decided to transfer to Chicago. He was also one of the guys who went through all of Enron's accounting and tax documents, etc. when they were being investigated. In addition to working in accounting there he also had to (like it's hard to force someone to go train for cool spy stuff) go through firearms training and FBI's basic training for field officers.

  • Smartguy

    Thanks all. Oddly enough on my first day of "training" I received a phonecall from a substantial telecommunications company I have been trying to work at for nearly 2 years. I accepted their interview and will maybe only keep my rank/title for the remainder of the week haha.

    I feel whorish.

  • http://www.gameseyeview.com/ nightshade386

    Congrats Smartguy!!

    Side note: I live in Arizona. I'm pretty sure that I'm one 50% correct math quiz from being allowed to conceal and carry.

    • lceman

      From Arizona's conceal and carry math quiz. You must answer at least one question correctly:

      1. "If you have two holsters and are carrying a .454 Casull, a S&W Model 41, and an AR-15, which one do you leave behind?"

      a. the .454 Casull
      b. the S&W 41
      c. the AR-15
      d. NONE! I can "McGyver" a back holster for the AR-15

      2. Are there any bullets left in the gun?
      There was one shot at Mr. Body in the Study; two for the chandelier; two at the Lounge door and one for the singing telegram.
      That's not six.
      One plus two plus two plus one.
      Uh-uh, there was only one shot that got the chandelier. That's one plus two plus *one* plus one.
      Even if you were right, that would be one plus one plus two plus one, not one plus *two* plus one plus one.

      a. Yes
      b. No
      c. If there are, can I use it to shoot Tim Curry?

      -M

  • Sandrock

    Congratz on the position and the possible position.