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    Quote Originally Posted by kyratshooter View Post
    Do we have a sub-forum training people how to kill that I have not found yet?
    Yep, it's where the mods move all the Hong pics of old to. If I remember correctly, we had to stop posting them because a search engine got mad we were killing their users......
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    Did someone mention the pic? 'Cause I think I have it around here somewhere.

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    Green anaconda, green anaconda....
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    I can't relate.
    The only time I ever thought of joining any army was when I left school, simply cause I didn't know what else to do at the time..
    Thankfully my dad talked me out of that, and I joined college and got an education.
    Saying effectively good bye to your own life for 5 years, esp if you have a wife is not a wise Idea, esp with the FFL.
    Generally in the past people joined them for the benefits of past records been ex-sponged and Citizenship,so having that on a resume' wouldn't bode well as people will always be dubious if you where running away from a crime related past... so yeah I wouldn't do it, unless you really had nothing to loose.
    Your in Berlin, I am sure out there in Europe there many well experienced outdoors-man and survival buffs, I rather try find a a bushcraft or Wilderness survival group or school and learn the skills through them.
    That all been said, If you do want to learn wilderness survival
    I can help online to get you started.
    As for martial arts, I have no need of it.. did many years of It. and I live in Johannesburg which is gansta as hell.

    About the only thing i can relate too is your height cause i am 192cm, but weigh 100kg.
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    If you need someone to watch your wife for you let me know. I'm sorta harmless. Kinda. In a not too weird sort of way.

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    I went through USCG bootcamp in Feb of 87. I vaguely remember someone saying something about a wife to our company commander during some kind of evolution. As best as memory serves, "you f'ng c*mstain you werent issued a wife in your m*****f****** seabag. Moral of the story, you want the wife or to serve? 95% probability you're divorced before you complete 1yr of service. I don't care what you do but thought I should pass that info on. In my 6yrs of service, I witnessed it to be spot on accurate.

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    I had a wife when I went to boot camp.

    Had the same wife while I went to Officers Basic too.

    Had the same wife while training and while I was deployed.

    The divorce came when I caught her down on her knees praying for another war a year after I got home!
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    Got married with 15 years of service. Retired just over 20 years. Still married - coming up on 27 years. If it's right, it's right. If it's not, the time in the service or lack thereof will not change that.
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