How many of us are ex-military?

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Post by Savage » Sun Sep 14, 2003 1:52 am

TARTANSPECIAL wrote:Does having sex with some wrens, count as having been in the military????? :twisted:
I don't think so, hun. But if you marry one of them, and stick with it, you get to be sort of a very junior level honorary soldier, sailor, or Marine. I don't mean those twits who wear their spouse's rank; feh to them. But after a number of years, you start to realize that you have given up so much freedom of speech, freedom to decide where you want to live, and even freedom to determine what sort of clothes you will wear when you go out shopping. Your children will be held to standards that no civilian child must meet. \

In re some very unfair treatment a friend of mine recieved at the BX in Oki, I started some ruckus that became a cause celebre on the rock. My protesting words were published in the Pacific Stars and Stripes and some local American papers and mags. My husband was told both to put a muzzle on his wife and congratulated on my stand.
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Post by TARTANSPECIAL » Sun Sep 14, 2003 2:06 am

I think any man foolish enough to try and put a muzzle on you, would come away missing some fingers and genitalia :twisted:
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Post by Savage » Sun Sep 14, 2003 2:16 am

Grrrrrowf!
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Post by Combat Rock » Mon Sep 15, 2003 7:09 am

I was rejected when I tried to join the marines. That's about the extent of it. I'm a pretty big birth defect - athsma (or however you spell it), tons of allergies, flat feet, pidgeon toed, etc. Not really sure exactly what put me over the edge . Actually, though, I'm kinda glad I didn't get in now. Things have worked out pretty well, with the exception of the fact that I'm now on my 7th year of school and have never had the time or money to travel out of the country....unless tiajuana counts.
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Re: How many of us are ex-military?

Post by Milspec » Sat May 14, 2011 9:59 am

greetings from the future. im in the usn in a flight squad fixing cold war era planes. join and see the world...aparently by world they mean iraq and afganistan. a year and change left. cant complain learned alot...about heavy drinking.
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Re: How many of us are ex-military?

Post by Bur » Sat May 14, 2011 4:58 pm

Well it's mandatory shit in here, I mean getting the training at least. I spend half an year between barracks and the woods.

Afaik I'm good to shoot 120mm or smaller mortar while less drunk than this.. guess this drunk too.

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Re: How many of us are ex-military?

Post by beerkegbilly » Sat May 14, 2011 7:58 pm

I was in the USMC 1998 to2002 afghan vet

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Re: How many of us are ex-military?

Post by The Limey » Sat May 14, 2011 8:09 pm

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Re: How many of us are ex-military?

Post by Mr Boozificator » Sat May 14, 2011 11:42 pm

What do you mean "ex".
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Re: How many of us are ex-military?

Post by Savage » Sun May 15, 2011 2:23 am

What the guy in the beret said. "Ex" implies a big chicken dinner. If you served honorably and then got out, you are former military. *

* Though "Once a Marine, always a Marine" is always true. Semper Fi.
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Re: How many of us are ex-military?

Post by DeeboCools » Sun May 15, 2011 9:51 am

not me. I'm a coward.
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Re: How many of us are ex-military?

Post by beerkegbilly » Sun May 15, 2011 6:00 pm

Savage Swiller wrote:What the guy in the beret said. "Ex" implies a big chicken dinner. If you served honorably and then got out, you are former military. *

* Though "Once a Marine, always a Marine" is always true. Semper Fi.
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Re: How many of us are ex-military?

Post by BBoozer » Mon May 16, 2011 7:45 am

Well, up to the early nineties, we had a compulsory military service. I did my compulsory year, became a lieutenant, and was glad my time in the military was over, being paid during that year the formidable sum of five euros a day. That could hardly pay for my drinking. But I did learn the French I was never taught at school, and I learned how to drink properly.

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Re: How many of us are ex-military?

Post by John Barleycorn » Mon May 16, 2011 1:17 pm

Glad I never got involved with that. I don't believe in risking my life for strangers.

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Re: How many of us are ex-military?

Post by peetie44 » Mon May 16, 2011 2:16 pm

John Barleycorn wrote:Glad I never got involved with that. I don't believe in risking my life for strangers.
And thus this thread should truly begin to bear fruit...
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