So in other words, people have to work, or work harder, to live in the suburbs and beyond. · 17 minutes ago
Could be a thread ender!
Are you posting photos on the beta site or will we get to see them?
A Navy PT favorite is to get the new tech to go get a coccygeal splint from ortho where he/she is directed to another department, and on it goes.
Jason: You've, unfortunately, hit the nail on the head.
Brent: my dad takes a steady diet of Coke or Ginger Ale, hamburgers and ice cream. It's helps him endure not-so-assisted living.
?So shouldn't it be CNS. · 0 minutes ago
It was once, so I've heard, certified uniform navy twill.
I'll take being dumped in the Mojave (that's the California part) w/o water.
A caregiver to resident ratio of 1:4 or better (1:6 overnight). Leona Helmsley in charge of housekeeping. No iceberg lettuce.
CNT: Certified Navy Twill.
Why haven't the progressives thought to re-distribute the poor?
The King Prawn
Actually, since band members are generally older and more established than your normal military recruit they are probably not living in the barracks. That means thousands a year tax free for housing allowance...tax free money. · 2 hours ago
I loved my housing allowance. . .
Devereaux: Thanks for posting this. Us Marinesalways like Marine stories, whether they are real or just sea stories. And isn't it funny how often they turn out to be real.
At the risk of being immodest, jarheads are just kool. · 0 minutes ago
And good pieces o' gear, too (can you tell I once wore CNT?).
Witness to it veracity from a former USMC sniper (sent him the graphic):
About that incident: We we living there in P.V. Our neighbor/friend,
Stan, is a friend of that commercial pilot who monitored the exchange
between the ground and the FA-18. Stan was having lunch with his friend in Prescott when told the story. When Stan related the story to me, I almost peed my pants; well, trousers anyway . . . only women and sailors wear pants. ;)Thanks for the OooRAH!
What George said.
You guys are still scaring me.
Gotta love the grammar on Jason's version
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