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No wonder she never made it past TSgt. It took her over 10 years just to compile all the good roll call gouge.

In all seriousness though, this is a bad one. Mostly because she's taking shit that was legitimately no bueno (actually being raped), and combining it with shit that she shouldn't have been worried about (if the doofer book offends you, don't fucking read it!). Also, why did she make it a point to complain about all the shit that wasn't actually forced on her like opening shit on shared drives that she didn't want to read or porn hidden in the vault, but not bother to tell anybody about the sexual assault?

That would require her to be rational and logical, which is hard to expect out of the opposite sex. (que Masshole)

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That would require her to be rational and logical, which is hard to expect out of the opposite sex. (que Masshole)

Yeah. According to this document she didn't tell anybody about the sexual assault for fear of retaliation, but told everybody in the chain about some porn that was hiding in the shitters.

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I wonder that myself. In the few squadrons I've been in, the only possible way a 1CO could find something is if they went looking through desk drawers or went into the dude's shitter. Either is wrong, so it should at the minimum cancel out. I find it very hard to believe someone just left a songbook sitting on the ops desk. This "superstar" went looking for anything to discredit others and build her case.

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This "superstar" went looking for anything to discredit others and build her case.

She had help, maybe? "Insider" to deliver the goods?

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Oh for ######'s sake, she included a goddamned Ammo coin (and a fairly tame one at that) in her little list of evil naughty things?

Man, her head would explode if she saw my Ammo Road coin.

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She had help, maybe? "Insider" to deliver the goods?

Someone willing to hold a grudge for 17 years would certainly be willing to rifle through a few desk drawers and/or the squadron bar.

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Someone willing to hold a grudge for 17 years would certainly be willing to rifle through a few desk drawers and/or the squadron bar.

You're probably right. I wish I could say I hope big AF sees through this bullshit and deals with the big stuff and doesn't crush all the little stuff, but I can't say that...because I don't have that hope. Like Rainman said, who would have thought it'd be some 1CO that brought it all down.

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Someone willing to hold a grudge for 17 years would certainly be willing to rifle through a few desk drawers and/or the squadron bar.

...and "personal" folders on the shared drive

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This doesn't end well...

You got that right. From the outside looking in it looks absolutely horrible.

The apre po Aliens quotes abound...

Van Leuwin: Thank you, that will be all.

Ripley: God damn it, that's not all! Because if one of those things gets down here then that will be all! Then all this - this bullshit that you think is so important, you can just kiss all that goodbye!

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Hicks: We're all in strung out shape, but stay frosty, and alert. We can't afford to let one of those bastards in here.

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Hudson: Hey Vasquez, have you ever been mistaken for a man?

Vasquez: No. Have you?

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Hudson: Hey, maybe you haven't been keeping up on current events, but we just got our asses kicked, pal!

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Hudson: That's it man, game over man, game over! What the fuck are we gonna do now? What are we gonna do?

Burke: Maybe we could build a fire, sing a couple of songs, huh? Why don't we try that?

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Ripley: Hudson! This little girl survived longer than that with no weapons and no training.

Hudson: Why don't you put her in charge?

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Hudson: Oh dear Lord Jesus, this ain't happening, man... This can't be happening, man! This isn't happening!

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Bishop: In nineteen minutes, this area's gonna be a cloud of vapor the size of Nebraska.

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Hudson: [reading a motion detector] I got signals. I got readings, in front and behind.

Frost: Where, man? I don't see shit.

Hicks: He's right. There's nothin' back here.

Hudson: Look, I'm telling ya, there's somethin' movin' and it ain't us! Tracker's off scale, man. They're all around us, man. Jesus!

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Ripley: Well, I don't care how, but we better think of something. We better think of a way.

Hudson: Think of what? We're fucked!

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Hudson: [Knowing that the Aliens are close, Hicks and Vasquez are welding the door shut] Movement. Signal's clean. Range, 20 meters.

Ripley: They've found a way in, something we've missed.

Hicks: We didn't miss anything.

Hudson: 17 meters.

Ripley: [Checking the tracker] Something under the floor, not in the plans, I don't know.

Hudson: 15 meters.

Newt: Ripley.

Hicks: Definitely inside the barricades.

Newt: Let's go.

Hudson: 12 meters.

Ripley: That's right outside the door. Hicks, Vasquez get back.

Hudson: Man, this is a big fuckin' signal.

Hicks: How are we doing Vasquez, talk to me?

Vasquez: Almost there.

[They welded the door shut, and stepped back away from the door]

Vasquez: There right on us.

Hicks: [Waiting for the Aliens] Remember, short controlled bursts.

Hudson: 9 meters. 7. 6.

Ripley: That can't be; that's inside the room.

Hudson: It's reading right man, look!

Hicks: Then you're not reading *it* right.

Hudson: 5 meters, man. 4. What the hell?

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Maybe I was napping during the Wing Commander's briefing today, but it almost sounded like a MAF, staff complete, IDE complete pilot was going to be our new squadron mayor?

Culture change, Go!

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Maybe I was napping during the Wing Commander's briefing today, but it almost sounded like a MAF, staff complete, IDE complete pilot was going to be our new squadron mayor?

Culture change, Go!

Whew...at least it's not a NAV!

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I should countersue for an extreme lack of sense of humor. I'm pretty sure talking about sucking out a wad I shot into a corpse is not a literal thing.

I would not be surprised to see things as small as "so to speak" being banned. I would say that it would have to be closed door but isn't that basically where she saw all this stuff anyway?

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Maybe I was napping during the Wing Commander's briefing today, but it almost sounded like a MAF, staff complete, IDE complete pilot was going to be our new squadron mayor?

Culture change, Go!

Yes, let's bust out the acoustic guitar and tambourine during roll call, sing the air force song (all verses) drink warm milk and eat cookies. We can give examples of how our squadron mates exemplified the core values over the past week, do a reading or two from the Airmans Manual, and maybe one from 36-2903 or 11-217 for good measure, then adjourn a little early to do some mentoring with your supervisor and practice bullet writing.

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Yes, let's bust out the acoustic guitar and tambourine during roll call, sing the air force song (all verses) drink warm milk and eat cookies. We can give examples of how our squadron mates exemplified the core values over the past week, do a reading or two from the Airmans Manual, and maybe one from 36-2903 or 11-217 for good measure, then adjourn a little early to do some mentoring with your supervisor and practice bullet writing.

I'm literally cringing...

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Yes, let's bust out the acoustic guitar and tambourine during roll call, sing the air force song (all verses) drink warm milk and eat cookies. We can give examples of how our squadron mates exemplified the core values over the past week, do a reading or two from the Airmans Manual, and maybe one from 36-2903 or 11-217 for good measure, then adjourn a little early to do some mentoring with your supervisor and practice bullet writing.

Schwartz bless us, everyone...

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I believe things are about to get ugly... in the very near future.

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I should countersue for an extreme lack of sense of humor. I'm pretty sure talking about sucking out a wad I shot into a corpse is not a literal thing.

I would not be surprised to see things as small as "so to speak" being banned. I would say that it would have to be closed door but isn't that basically where she saw all this stuff anyway?

How she "stumbled upon" items on classified networks still baffles me. She went looking, plain and simple.

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