Tiger King Memes Are Awesome

A zoo owner spirals out of control amid a cast of eccentric characters in this true murder-for-hire story from the underworld of big cat breeding. The series was great and killing it on Netflix. but the memes that come from this series are awesome check them out below.

Randy Orton kicked out of Marines

This is a articleis to show the military isn’t for everyone. Randy Orton has done some awesome things through out his career and supports the military and our Veterans.

WWE.com says: Third-generation WWE Superstar Randy Orton is one of the most accomplished competitors in modern WWE history. The youngest World Heavyweight Champion in WWE history, Orton accomplished more before he was 25 than most Superstars do in their entire careers.

Before Orton followed in the footsteps of his father “Cowboy” Bob Orton and his grandfather, Bob Orton Sr., however, The Viper enlisted in the U.S. Marine Corps. Orton did not adapt well to military life and left the service a year later. It did not take him long to find his calling and surpass the legacies of both his father and grandfather in becoming WWE’s Apex Predator.

In 2012, TMZ/fanbuzz reported that Orton was a leading candidate in the Marine 3: Homefront movie, but this was received immediately with backlash due to his military background.

A representative from WWE told TMZ, “WWE demonstrated poor judgment in signing Randy Orton for the 3rd installment of the film.” The rep added regarding his Marine: Homefront removal, “Despite Randy’s popularity, his dishonorable discharge from the USMC made it inappropriate for him to be cast in this film.” Before this, he was also scheduled to star in The Marine 2, but could not due to injury.

After his short stint in the military, Orton decided to continue the legacy of his father and grandfather, becoming a professional wrestler in 2000 and debuting for the Mid-Missouri Wrestling Association-Southern Illinois Conference Wrestling promotion in St. Louis.

In 2001, Orton began competing for WWE’s then-developmental promotion, Ohio Valley Wrestling. With his professional wrestling pedigree as a third-generation competitor, it did not take long for Orton to be moved up to the main roster and made his official debut as a WWE Superstar in 2002, initially on WWE SmackDown, but then the WWE Raw months later.

During Orton’s run in the Marines, he went AWOL twice, and disobeyed orders from a commanding officer, and subsequently received a bad conduct discharge for doing so. After serving 38 days in a military prison, Orton was finally sent home.

Ways you can help Veterans and first responders for free

Today, it’s impossible to deny the prevalence of social media platforms such as Facebook, Twitter, Instagram, LinkedIn, and blogs. Social media has proven to be so powerful that many businesses and non-profit organizations have implemented it in their communications and marketing strategies.

Having a strong online presence is especially important for non-profit organizations, whose causes rely heavily (sometimes entirely) on their supporters. Since many non-profits already have to deal with tight budgets and limited staff, social media isn’t always high on their priority lists. However, while effective social media requires constant time and effort, the attention that your cause can garner along with the connections you can make with your audience are a worthwhile tradeoff.

Here are ways you can donate for free

  1. Invite all of your friends on socail Media, The more Friends you invite to our page the bigger our audience grows. in return we can invite more people to our events and meet more like minded people and help more veterans and First Responders.
  2. Share our post or blog post on social media,
  3. visit out website and check out some of the adds all proceeds go to veterans and first responders,
  4. donating used gear. if you have any outdoor you would like to get rid of we can use it for our trips or refurbish and give to disabled Veterans and first responders,

The Quarantine Song

While everybody is stuck inside going crazy getting cabin fever some people are making the best of the pandemic. Mat best is still making funny videos via facetime maintaining social distancing. Check out the video below and tell us what you think.

The Archangel Project Events

Events coming up for the Archangel Project.

11/30/2019 The Archangel Project Tailgate. we will be tailgating 6 hours before the game. We will have food games and football on our flat screen tv and free food.

03/28/2020 the Archangel project surf perch fishing tournament. Last year was our learning curve but we had a great time and all the proceeds went to help Veterans and first responder’s. We will have prizes for winners and drinks and food will be provided.

June-August Detroit lake fishing days out on the lake fishing and swimming, food and drinks will be provided

July TBD the annual Archangel Project BBQ, Food, prizes and a way for our sponsors and veterans to meet. Also a great way for veterans and first responders to meet like minded people.

August TBD Deep sea fishing trip. After the fishing trip food will be provided.

July TBD will have dates 90 days out, Whitewater rafting Camping Trip,

Veteran and First Responder Tailgating

09/05/2020 – North Dakota State
09/12/2020 – Ohio State
09/19/2020 – Hawaii

A combat Veteran

Youtube star Drew Hernandez served as a active duty Army MP from 2006 to 2011, which also included tours in Iraq and Afghanistan. While working as a private contractor in Iraq during 2015.

The thing I admire about Drew is he knew he really liked what he was doing and went for it. He turned his hobby into a career and took it even farther than anyone imagined.

His videos are funny and have a lot of truth behind them on a veterans perspective. check out this video.

Who doesn’t love Mat Best

Black Rifle coffee says-Mat Best joined the Army at the age of 17 and deployed five times to Iraq and Afghanistan with the 2nd Ranger Battalion, 75th Ranger Regiment. After leaving military service, Mat deployed to a variety of overseas locations as a contractor during his five years with the CIA. Mat graduated with a Bachelors Degree in Liberal Arts, and began creating satirical videos and building brands like Article 15 Clothing, Leadslingers Spirits, the Drinkin’ Bros Podcast, and Black Rifle Coffee Company. Mat is the Vice President for BRCC. 

Mat Best recently released a book, Thank You For My Service, where he was named the Best Selling Author from New York Times, USA Today, Publishers Weekly, and Wall Street Journal. 

The Archangel Project salutes Mat Best because he shows other veteran through hard work you can achieve anything.

Music of Marine tyler Jay

I came across this Marine musician a couple years ago. I love this song because if you have ever served at camp Pendleton you know what he is talking about. I thought this would be awesome to share. The best part he is in country while performing.

PTSD and Relationships

This is just my opinion but before you get into a relationship really evaluate what you want in life. Because if you don’t you could be in a world of fucking hurt.

You need to be straight forward with your partner that your depression ptsd and anxiety might ruin the relationship.

There’s going to be times where it will be thrown in your face that you need help. Sometimes it’s bullshit because your partner is just saying something to hurt you.

If your jealous at all do not get in a relationship the ptsd just amplifies the jealousy’s. Seek counseling before you do.

The best piece of advice I can give you is if things get heated with your partner or loved ones just walk away call a friend don’t let things get worse and get help.

VET TV controversial?

I had a chance to watch HBO’S (Vice’s) documentary on Donny O’Malley’s Veteran TV network. Donny started the company with $150,000 of his life savings, and 150,000 from his parents. Vice TV remarks that Vet TV is controversial and filled with dark humor and calls it objectional comedy. Donny says he just wanted show the reality of how frontline soldiers act in the field, its not like in the movies with their feel good propaganda pieces. At one point the reporter from vice says “Donnie is pretty offensive at times especially if your not the audience he is aiming for, and your probably not, if you are a civilian this content probably isn’t for you”.

At one point the reporter says I have done other military stories and have had family members that have served and because of the type of humor she debated even doing this story at all. I was just curious about everyone else’s thought’s on Vet TV and how vice handled it. Here is the documentary below