Understandable. I have a bunch of relatives who served, and they all tried to talk me out of it at some point or another. Both my grandfather's served multiple tours in Vietnam, and a bunch of family who served in the in the British Armed Forces. Both of my parents moved all over the country during their childhoods and I'm not really trying to do that. I think my family's had about all the military it can handle for a few decades.
Thanks Spartan, sounds like Oakland California.
Ha, well some parts of Atlanta have more in common with Somalia than they do the US. Some parts of Atlanta are really nice (mainly north and north west Atlanta). I along with most other Georgians know what the really bad parts are, and avoid them. People not from around here can get turned around and wind up on the wrong side of town in a heart beat. Also, outsiders in general aren't careful enough even in "safe" parts of Atlanta like most Georgians are. I think that's why so many out of state students are robbed at GT, but I never was.
Well you are better man than I. I think I enjoy the the benefits of civilian life a lil too much. I love military topics in general, but I couldn't see myself joining. My goal is to eventually work for an aerospace company like my grandfather did at Aerojet. I'd be nice working for a company that I know is at least contributing something to our defense to make up for me being a lazy @ss.
Cool. Where did you post it?
That's a longgg time. I'm not that patient, that's why I'm a civilian. haha. I have a bunch of friends in the military who used to smoke. That's one thing they say they can't wait to do when their contract is up.
Ever get that 6.8SPC complete?
Haha thanks. Had me a fat blunt and a hash cookie earlier. I'm feelin' ****ing stupendous.
Oh God. My fingers were hovering over the keyboard....so close. LOL!
sorry for the Delay lol you a maiden fan eh
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