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10-26-10, 08:46 PM #46
10-26-10, 08:52 PM #47
'1310 and Bob...that's something I always wanted to do as well. Even considered going for a History/Teaching degree come the spring semester at my local CC....only to discover that my so called "GI Bill benefits" stopped when I left the reserves. And there ain't no way this dude can afford college. So much for that 'grand' plan LOL.
10-26-10, 09:17 PM #48
LOL. Yep. I am really uncomfortable using "USAF retired". Much prefer "USMC, Retired". After all, that's where I spent most of my life LOL
10-26-10, 09:24 PM #49
HAHAHAHAHAHAHAHA. I don't have the faintest idea either. Best most zoomies don't.
But I catch the same sorta crap from all my AD retired SNCO buddies too. Bastids.
10-26-10, 10:08 PM #50
10-29-10, 08:17 AM #51
Hello all, I'm an electrician for a South Florida water purveyor. Took advantage of training and education while serving and am putting it to use in the civillian sector.
10-29-10, 08:34 AM #52
Must be nice to get respected that way in your class room. I teach some of the math and physics classes at local colleges and I am lucky if they are present and if so not texting all through class. I was told NEVER again to collect and depot their phones in the sh!tcan to be collected after class. Guess I overstepped my bounds (again!) LOL.
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10-29-10, 09:21 AM #53
10-29-10, 10:41 AM #54
12 years in the Marine corps, 29 years federal service. Retired from DHS after 41 years federal service in 2006.
10-29-10, 01:11 PM #55
10-29-10, 03:08 PM #56
Manage a large warehouse of a well known business, here in Nashville area.....
10-29-10, 03:25 PM #57
10-29-10, 03:51 PM #58
Nope, other side, MOS1310.....big metro area, Davidson County.....out near The Hermitage but not quite as far.
10-29-10, 05:36 PM #59
I am just sitting here with my mouth wide open. My grandson told his Dad he had spent the day practicing first aid on live pigs. I told his dad that he was his leg pulled. This morning I checked it out on the "net." It looks like it is true. Does anyone know anything about this?
Being a country boy and used to hog killings, I don't think the things we did were related to first aid.
10-29-10, 07:05 PM #60
Bob correct on the pig deal asked a friend of mine who son is in Med school it seems the pig is the closest thing to a human as far as the insides go. Now an't that a crock. Who would have guessed that one.
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