Umbrella term for the special operations troops in a military, typically those with better training and equipment, and who perform higher-risk and more secretive missions.
In US context, it applies specifically to the US Army's SF group, known to the public as the Green Berets, who specialize in behind-the-lines operations such as hit-and-run tactics, intelligence gathering and moreover, gathering the support of locals to train and support militias for counter-insurgency purposes.
As a US-specific umbrella term, it also applies to the Army Rangers (of which the late football star Pat Tillman was with), the Air Forces Pararescue Jumpers (PJ's for short), the iconic Navy SEALs, and the Force Recon Marines, who for all intents and purposes do the same job as the aforementioned SEALs.
Typical Special Forces mission objectives:
- hostage rescues
- hit-and-run missions
- "painting" targets for airstrikes
- the occasional peacetime humanitarian aid (Green Berets especially)
This interesting cryptic originated in the Southern Iowa town of Ottumwa around 2004-2005 (approximately).more...
The secretive digit and letters were displayed on the t-shirts of a few dozen male students of the community's high school. Many of the local residents saw this as an indication that the combination represented a club, team, or gang's, logo.
The first editions featured a black shirt with red lettering. The group was overlooked by many and little amounted from this prelude. In the Spring of 2005, a new style was introduced by the group. The new style flaunted a blue shirt with white lettering and two new features: personalized numbering similar to a jersey and a quote across the scapula which read "BAD is the new GOOD."
This edition created a rather widespread curiosity and controversy; however, the group remained silent as to what the symbol represented. Many people created speculations, opinions, and hypotheses; however the group was determined to let the public's imagination wonder.
In the Fall of 2006 a prior member of the group (who wishes to remain anonymous) released the definition of the conundrum. According to the previous member, 6KR stands for 641Krew.
Explicitly, it designates each member of the group as a member of the "Crew" from area code 641. The members intended for this to be what females would remember as the "Crew" prowled other towns, regions, area codes, etc.
DBK refers to a secretive elite group of mainly men, and a rake, that toke it up like fucking pro's, you know you ain't a rook when you can toke like the members of DBK!
Members include: Bong Action Man, Bill the Ripper 4000, Killer Kone, Red burning Blunt, Black Bong, Lil' Toker, Rake Tokin'!
..DBK UP IN THIS BITCH!
Onlooker: Oh shit man thats DBK!
DBK(Member/s of): Took it up rook! Watch the pro's rip billy's and slay that shit!
The loluminati (etym. plural of Latin loluminatus, "Laugh-out-loud-enlightened") is an elite group of powerful comedians that seek to control the world’s supply of humor. They originally formed as a splinter group from the Bavarian “Illuminati”, an Enlightenment-era secret society founded in 1776, which was dedicated to the systematic and stealthy conquest of nations, one by one, and ultimately the entire world. The loluminati parted ways with the illuminati over the issue of the best way to ensure a harmonious enlightened society; with the later advocating political power and the former humor, absurdity, and basic silliness.
The loluminati have been particularly successful in orchestrating free speech activities throughout history, mainly aimed at ensuring that their hordes of caricaturists and other political comedians could thrive. While most loluminati activities have been generally regarded as positive by most of society, the group remains elite and secretive and occasionally supports what some describe as unseemly or even dark humor; some examples being - boy-bands, the election of George W. Bush, and soap operas.
-Man, how did that guy get famous?
-I don't know. I suspect the loluminati.
1.Short for emotional
2. A very secretive and odd group of children/teens/young adults who wish all the fake emo kids would grow up and/or jump off a cliff.
"Dude I'm sooo emo!"
"Oh really...what problems do you have?"
"My life sucks..."
"Thats not a problem...thats just you not appreciating what you have!"
"Why whats your problem"
"Just screw off..."
good traits: Determined, forceful, emotional, intuitive, powerful, passionate, exciting, and magneticmore...
bad traits: Jealous, resentful, compulsive, obsessive, secretive, and obstinate
They are the most intense, profound, and powerful of all signs in the zodiac. Even when they appear self-controlled and calm there is a seething intensity of emotional energy under the placid exterior. They are like the volcano not far under the surface of a calm sea, it may burst into eruption at any moment. But those of us who are particularly perceptive will be aware of the harnessed aggression, the immense forcefulness, magnetic intensity, and often strangely hypnotic personality under the tranquil, but watchful composure of Scorpio. In conventional social gatherings they are pleasant to be with, thoughtful in conversation, dignified, and reserved, yet affable and courteous; they sometimes possess penetrating eyes which make their shyer companions feel naked and defenseless before them.
In their everyday behavior they give the appearance of being withdrawn from the center of activity, yet those who know them will recognize the watchfulness that is part of their character. They need great self-discipline, because they are able to recognize the qualities in themselves that make them different from other humans, and to know their utterly conventional natures can be used for great good, or great evil. Their tenacity and willpower are immense, their depth of character and passionate con...
“The first Anonymous video message to Scientology and the first three themes for the protests were cooked up in a collective that has come to be known as marblecake, because of one of the names for irc channels they used. Opinions on this group vary widely. Some consider them a sinister, secretive cabal bent on controlling Anonymous. Others, including participants, portray them as simply a creative collective who brainstormed and came up with good ideas, which were then adopted at large on their own merits because they were good ideas. Critics of the marblecake group, on the other hand, accuse MC of astroturfing and using sock puppets to manufacture support for their ideas, “leaderfagging,” and otherwise being bad in a variety of ways.”
Who is marblecake?