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  1. 2 points
  2. I asked a friend of mine, who happens to be an Orthopedic Surgeon, about running. His advice is don't do it and has made a very, very good living replacing knees and hips of ex-runners.
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  3. What the hell... I say we give the guy a shot! We've had so many Generals being outright imposters actually pretending to be leaders lately that this guy probably couldn't do much worse!!! "Wait... why would I want you to get a Masters degree if your job is to fly an airplane? Hey guys, why are we kicking out pilots or sending them to meaningless staff jobs when we spent millions of dollars training them and we have a pilot shortage?!?" This guy might actually fix stuff!!!
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  4. Buckets of self-importance found here. Leadership advice from Lts, and a "good idea" of starting an FTAC for officers. Pure brilliance.
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  5. I'm was a Lt at a base which at the time had very few Lts. As the base we were at had no CGOC, I figured that the three other Lts and myself start a chapter and we'd somehow come up with an officially sanctioned drinking club. I mean, if we were the only Lts around, the flying captain types were cool and incredibly disinterested (in a good way) with the project, it seemed like a win all around. What we naive Lts failed to reckon with was that there were captains in other organizations--comm being the most noteworthy--who weren't as disinterested. Our idea had percolated up through some
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  6. Fuck me sideways....they wrote a 22 (that's right, 22) page CONOP (yes, they actualy put CONOP on the cover page) on playing CRUD!! For their punishement, I am going to throat punch the first shoe I can find on Monday! Cheers, Cap-10
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  7. When I moved to my current base a neighbor welcomed us to the neighborhood and then proceeded to tell me about CGOC and when they met. I told him thanks, but no thanks I wouldn't be going. He then asked why, and since he was a nice guy and I didn't want to be an asshole, I just simply told him I work 12+ hour days, do not get any kind of a lunch break and with what little free time I have when not TDY/deployed I'm spending it with family. His mind was absolutely blown that I didn't get any kind of a break and he just couldn't understand why I couldn't make it to the club at 1200 for the lun
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  8. heh, he would never! It's his favorite chair! His name's actually Sputnik; biggie is my junk/spam account that I've had forever. But anyway... That sucks. I guess I'll just make sure the paperwork is as legit as possible and hope no one has a problem!
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  9. If your belief system is so weak you can't stand someone talking about theirs, it's probably time to abandon your belief system. I'm pretty much an atheist, but I have the ability to sit quietly and bow my head respectfully when the chaplain starts his invocation. I also have the ability to listen to really religious superiors make references to God in their briefings without getting bent out of shape. We take this stuff WAY to seriously. Unless your boss is giving you a worse rating for not going to the same church, or sending people who don't agree with his religion to terrible assign
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  10. What ever happened to our friendly neighborhood "Congressman" who vowed to get to the bottom of this? It's been over a year and not a peep from him. Did "they" get to him too?
    1 point


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