Discussion in 'Education' started by dmp, Apr 12, 2005.
I was two...
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I was in the Air Force 30 years ago. Having seen how the Air Force lived in Vietnam I decided that was the way to go. Stationed at a SAC base just outside of Columbus Ohio.
Trinity was five. She was a ornery independent little cuss. Still is.
30 years ago, I was paying all the first graders a nickel each to beat my little brother up during recess.
Wait a minute. I wasn't five yet, I was still four!
Thirty years ago I was in the Army and stationed in Germany. My oldest son was 4. Now I am going to have flashbacks *sheesh*
LOL..yeah I've been back at FT. Bragg all morning!
I was still a thought in the back of my parent's minds!
There and a few other places too! Of course, I still go to a lot of those places because of my job. The treatment is a lot better for civilians (especially us old guys) than I seem to remember it being for young soldiers!
Probably cuz they know an old guy will tell em to piss up a rope in a heartbeat! :teeth:
Yeah, there is that aspect, isn't there.
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