Clayton Thomas Smith Secret Service bloater

The Walter Mitty Hunters Club.

We was alerted to Clayton Smith a few months ago after his antics on the Brad Pitt film Fury raised quite a few eyebrows amongst both cast and crew members including the main players of the film set, including the Director. We call them Bloaters, the Irish call them Bubblers and the yanks, Posers.

Clayton Smith was telling anyone who would listen about his war stories of special forces heroics and claiming to be a fully qualified Drill Sgt instructor in order to secure an advantage on the film set of Fury.
So we teamed up with our brothers from Stolen Valor to get his official records checked out and find out the myth that is Clayton Thomas Smith.

First the Drill Sergeant Claim

A spot in Drill Sergeant School. It’s one of the highest honors the U.S. Army can bestow a Non-Commissioned Officer (NCO). Only the most qualified…

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5 Warnings For Dating A Generation Y Military Man

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Unfortunate Google employee forced to wander alone on eerie abandoned island for Street View photos

Creepiest task for Google employee….

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Google Street View seems to have its priorities all out of whack. While only just getting around to snapping the more remote areas of mainland Japan and having yet to cover the majority of Canada, Google sent out one intrepid employee to explore the completely abandoned Japanese island of Gunkanjima.

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Meet the little Commie who ripped up Lee Rigby flowers in #Sheffield #edl

Disgusting behaviour

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Not Forgotten

Maybe one day I’ll get the time to write my own personal blog haha! until then I’ll keep the name 🙂

Tiggs x

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