Bill Burr - 2 Weeks in Hell
Bill Burr 2 Weeks in Hell

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Bill Burr talks about this documentary called, "2 Weeks in Hell." Following recruits training for 2 weeks to become Green Berets. Bill Burr Podcast: Podcast Date: MMPC 5-5-2014 (44:44) Full Episodes of the Monday Morning Podcast: Full Episodes of the Thursday Afternoon Podcast: Here’s the website! I was born a freckled child in a land far away during a much simpler time. I did well in school until it counted. As a freshman in high school I had dreams of going to Notre Dame and becoming a lawyer. By the time I was sophomore I was taking shop class and was considering getting into construction. I ended up working in warehousing and unloading trucks. Other than stand up, that job was the most fun I ever had. I am now a stand up comedian. I do a couple hundred shows a year. And I enjoy the travel. I’ve done four hour-long stand-up specials: “Why Do I Do This”, “Let It Go”, “You People Are All The Same” and “I’m Sorry You Feel That Way.” I host a podcast each week called The Monday Morning Podcast. And I have an animated series on Netflix called: ‘F’ Is For Family.’ Occasionally I act in movies but only when they let me.


GBG Balistic Warri0r : The commentary of this video is hilarious. When I went thru SFAS in 2010 we had a guy come back from a land navigation exercise with practically no pants on. He claimed that thorn bushes shredded his pants when he was trying to cross a river. Another guy lost his rubber ducky (fake m4 rifle). He knew that he was pretty much screwed so he didn't look for any more points but instead spent 4 hours making a bow and arrows out of sticks and rocks. He then spent 2 hours practicing with it because he thought that it better work if he is going to claim it as his weapon. When he got back the cadre laughed at him and told him that if he could hit a tree with his arrow from like 20 ft away they wouldn't drop him. Sure enough he was able to hit the tree and they let him continue to train. Lot of great stories from SFAS and even more from the year and a half long training pipeline after.

Eric Powell : Bill Burr should narrate every documentary

A humble Fallout 76 Merchant : "Do you know where you are?", "Uhhhhh hash browns."

Santino - : I'm a former Marine. Drill instructors used to say if you can't handle the stress in a safe environment, how will you react when the bullets are flying? There's method to the madness.

David Evans : I could never lift a 1000 pound log, but I have laid a few down in the can.

Floyd Dominique : where's the feminism that say female can do all the male can do?

Elec : Eating a mushroom risotto while watching this wasn't the brightest of ideas...

John Doh : If you ever meet a Green Beret you are looking at a guy that can do things that, physically and mentally, 99.9% of the country just cannot do. I mean just the physical aspect of their training is beyond belief. But then you have to add in the fact that they can't be idiots either. They all have to learn another language, learn their new job (medic, engineer, weapon master, commo) and be tactically and technically proficient in all aspects of military tactics and strategies to go out and get dropped off in the middle of hell and teach a bunch of inexperienced natives how to become an effective guerilla force.

Alan Michael Jackson : The guy in the thumbnail looks like CGI

generalzod4life : As long as the instructors use the candidates preferred pronouns because that's the most important thing!

Nathan Hackey : Ranger School. They loved using log PT to weed out the weak. Our group of 8 dropped ours and broke the foot of the soldier up front. He still didn't want to quit...the medic made him leave.

manny bravo : I've worked with green berets and they all say the same thing it's all mental. I did a 2 week special training with 3rd group and I talked to them about it. They said they had guys who were old but made it because they know how to deal with stress. The younger guys being stronger faster didn't make it most times because their level in stress management wasn't good enough. They want to see when you're exhausted have nothing left which guy will complete the mission. Even enduring extreme amounts of pain and discomfort

Terrence Popp : I went to selection in 1991 and passed, I did the qcourse in 1992 and got my green beret. 6 men died in the selection process and hundreds were broken and many more quit.

ManCave Man : Next time i puke, I'll just puke in my pocket. Thanks for the helpful info.

Yaveh Suarez : My senile grandmas like that Hey grandma how you doing Hashbrowns

DJ Peace : Lol Do you also answer '11' when someone asks you first name😂

One 7 Decimal 2 Eight : I believe Terrence popp is a green beret. Some of his stories about training and being in the field are hilarious and terrifying. Bill should talk with him.

MemeMasterJackal _ : I'm in the Army right now. You have to keep in mind these guys are already soldiers too. Some have been in for years and all have already gone through basic and airborne school just to get there.

Loki Wolfe : "Do you know where you are?" "Uh...... Hash browns?" 🤣

4Kandlez : When someone asks me an awkward question I'm gonna say Hash Browns. That guy's a legend.

Mike Simpson : Thought I was 10 feet tall and bulletproof until I went through selection. Made it to day 3. It is every bit as difficult as it appears and then some. If youve been there you would understand that HASHBROWN is a perfectly sound answer to the question of "do you know where you are", thats how I got my nickname PANCAKE. Basic training is not meant to kill you, SFAS might kill you, notice how HASHBROWN wanted to go back? These are guys who dont know how to quit.

TheClonemate : 17 year old me thought i was gonna be SF; took the asvab...i now work in IT...

R Singh : just to show you how much mental strength is alot more important than physical.

Sebrina Dodson : I LOVE how these are editedtogether with what he's actually talking about

Black_Facade : I played Dayz for 3 years, I can easily navigate this map.

rgrndu : “My wife gives me a kiss on the cheek and then I go down there.” 😀🌮

triggerrick : June 2008, class 808, roster #227 It wasn't fun

unoitisim : RIP Ermy

Knob Jobs : Being in your early 20's helps a lot with this kinda training

Kekistani Caliphate : Not one transgender in the bunch Imagine that-

The Dankest Ron Paul : I just did BCT and Air assault in the Army. That was enough shit for me. I was positive I would not make the cut in SF. Hell no. Thought about ranger school but im just not cut out for that shit. Props for those who can.

panther105 : Not a big Bill Burr fan, but thank you for recognizing the sacrifice these young men make to be the best at their work....

Ron Fitzpatrick : Class 6-91. Most memorable experience of my life.

sportbikerdude : Wow. So many OSHA violations! 🤣🤣🤣🤣

Tyler Jackson : And then they get shot by a dude that's never worked out in his life

azazel322 : America's best can easily be found in our military (Marines, Army/National Guard, Navy, Air Force and okay Coast Guard too) ;)

Gendo3s2k : We're supposed to believe that women can do this...

John Eff : "If you're buddy is weaker than you, ROLL OVER HIM."

Harry P : ill pay to watch Bill Burr participate in that :D

Fleet JJ : Do you know where you are right now .? - uh.. hash browns.? Well damn..

Peedinkus : The physical stuff you can push through, but the land nav and stuff where you have to use your mind are what will get you kicked out if you are not on point. Btw, this is just the selection course. The rest of the Q Course is very looooooong (especially for 18D - SFMedic)

D McKenzie : God I have 4 years worth of stories from shit like this Since I first enlisted. Started off with a Ranger contract, got into the 2nd Batt in April 2014, then I went to selection for 18X SF 3 times. Sadly Never made it to the Green Berets, but I loved every second that I was in.

hisoj : now let's even imagine having women attempt any of this, and have a good long laugh.

Robert Sorenson : We did those pits at jump school. I puked in my pocket on the first jump.

Apemopo : i bet hash browns was that guy's safeword and that's just what his mind defaulted to lol

Christopher Truelove : SFAS School for Advanced Suffering

NO IDEA : 7:43 they cut the image before he could responde and skipped ahead , they probably asked him what he had for breakfast

You1TubeExaminer : Barack Obama and Al Sharpton completed this course. True patriots.

Dave Tilden : Ladies and gentleman, this is what dedication looks like. This is what love of country and sense of duty looks like. These men protect us when the wolf is at the door.