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Old 11-13-2014, 01:05 AM
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From the Army times, a statistician whose number crunching was relied on to determine battlefield first aid treatment and equipment resigned.

Why?

The civilian with a top secret clearance did not have her claimed PHd.
Nor her Masters
Nor an Associates..
So she was just throwing out numbers?

my numbers for her?

Ten to fifteen with good behavior!
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Old 11-13-2014, 08:00 AM
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At least the crime of perjury was committed by her and she should be charged IMO.
We are letting to many get away with not having the credentials as with this person.
We also are letting elected officials get away with not living up to their oath of office, starting with the president and going down.
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From the Army times, a statistician whose number crunching was relied on to determine battlefield first aid treatment and equipment resigned.

Why?

The civilian with a top secret clearance did not have her claimed PHd.
Nor her Masters
Nor an Associates..
So she was just throwing out numbers?

my numbers for her?

Ten to fifteen with good behavior!
Ummm, while you're at it, y'might look also at the folks who hired her, who gave her a "Top Secret" clearance, and who used her output to determine THEIR input .... they need to be slapped with a few "numbers", too. They were hired, and are being paid, to DO A JOB.
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Old 11-13-2014, 06:15 PM
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Here's something y'all didn't know...

It's just too funny to keep to myself....

The other night I was checking up on my elderly neighbors, too many cars in the driveway I was alarmed thinking the worst..

One of thier visitors was none other than himself!

Yep McFly sitting there eating ice cream and cake with a big smile

He looked like the Cheshire cat..

He informed me he was the proud owner of
A FREAKIN FIRE TRUCK!
No poop!
A Fire Truck!?

"Ok buddy most people apply to civil service, go to an Academy and learn the trade
But you? You just go and buy a ladder truck!?"

"Yep"

So today as I was out and about and there's McFly at a job site with his work truck Lifting a frontage sign.
"Hey, wouldn't that be easier with a fire truck!?"
His partner was laughing, "at least I know what to get him for Christmas"
I couldn't resist
"What? A longer fire hose?"
He almost dropped the sign...
Infantry 101: take the easy target first....
So people,
feel free to pile on!

I'm looking for a plastic kids fire helmet...
This is gonna be like a never ending present!
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This one you have to read for yourself
http://www.breitbart.com/Big-Governm...t-Want-to-Work
Really?!
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Heck, yeah, that's encouraging .....
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I wuz slack jawed...even when I was thirteen I worked two paper routes, one in the morning before school, the afternoon paper after school...working construction at 16.
Sheesh.... Guess they never wanted a 1963 split window corvette... How else Ya gonna buy one?
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I wuz slack jawed...even when I was thirteen I worked two paper routes, one in the morning before school, the afternoon paper after school...working construction at 16.
Sheesh.... Guess they never wanted a 1963 split window corvette... How else Ya gonna buy one?
Yeah, same here. Breathtaking. And we wonder why we have so many "homeless" people .... I've worked all my life, so has my wife, and some years we had enough trouble keeping ourselves and the kids in a tar-paper shack, but we kept working. Never worked up to that '63 split-window, although I've always said, "Every red-blooded American male oughta have a Corvette at least once in his life", but I simply can't imagine not even trying .....
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"If you're walking around disgruntled and mean all day you're not making the world a better place"
http://militari.ly/1qKlCM3
Who woulda thunk it...an MP? <<<Really?>>>

And BTW RR
never got that '63 split window or any other 'Vette..
But I had me some Mustang and Camaro Convertibles...
And I put some sweat into buying them too.
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"If you're walking around disgruntled and mean all day you're not making the world a better place"
http://militari.ly/1qKlCM3
Who woulda thunk it...an MP? <<<Really?>>>

And BTW RR
never got that '63 split window or any other 'Vette..
But I had me some Mustang and Camaro Convertibles...
And I put some sweat into buying them too.
I think the Vette and an airplane are the only two things on my lifetime bucket list that I never wound up with, but there have been so many other things (boats, motorcycles, several different convertibles) that I sure could never complain. Having my first wife be my last (and my best friend), and having two kids who have made me very proud make all the sweat well worth it, and make it a life well lived. And best of all, wasn't it Sinatra who sang, "I did it my way"?
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