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Old 03-12-2021, 09:02 AM   #2451
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iirc, there was some stuff that got deleted out of that mess. seems to me that you could've given your military id number, and it'd still not be good enough!

my favorite part is how vehemently he seems to have convinced himself that there were no wars outside of afghanistan. beyond of course the thinking that he can randomly demand whatever public perks he wants for choosing a specific career opportunity.
There are several things in his comments that convince me that the closest he ever got to Afghanistan was a level in a video game.
The emphasis on MOC (Military Occupation Classification) is odd right from the start since these are very vague and non specific as to what the jobs really are so generally are not used when discussing jobs among other members. I really doubt that beyond some high level clerks there is anybody that has memorized the 100 or so MOCs to a point they are relevant to anybody. When I gave the actual name of my classification he was totally baffled and even combined the two separate positions into "MSE Op Officer" of which of course there is no such thing. His use of the mission numbers instead of saying where he was and when he was there totally reeks of Wikipedia. I showed the thread to my brother in law (with 36 years service) who was the top admin NCO for both those missions and he just laughed. When in one of his PMs I asked for any documented proof to support his claims he just went silent. All in all if he did indeed serve in combat (or even at all) his statements don't line up.
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Old 03-12-2021, 01:46 PM   #2452
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yeah! ...being eaten by two flying pigs.
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Old 03-12-2021, 01:53 PM   #2453
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There were definitely imprints of 8 legs!! In the container.
OK, your flour was safe. Most all stored grain insects have 6 legs and they will eat a lot of grain. The spider was most likely just lost and trying to get out.

FYI - "For every cup of cornmeal, the FDA allows an average of one or more whole insects, two or more rodent hairs and 50 or more insect fragments, or one or more fragments of rodent dung."

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Old 03-12-2021, 01:59 PM   #2454
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yeah! ...being eaten by two flying pigs.
OK, you and @Sapphireho need to stand down from this analysis. You two need to go back for more shock treatments before you can advance -
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Old 03-12-2021, 02:35 PM   #2455
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OK, your flour was safe. Most all stored grain insects have 6 legs and they will eat a lot of grain. The spider was most likely just lost and trying to get out.

FYI - "For every cup of cornmeal, the FDA allows an average of one or more whole insects, two or more rodent hairs and 50 or more insect fragments, or one or more fragments of rodent dung."

Meh, I just tossed it. I got bitten by a spider a couple years back and it actually turned into a real infection that began spreading down my arm till I finally went to the doctor about it. lol.

I'm very careful now with anything involving those critters.
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Old 03-12-2021, 04:34 PM   #2456
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Meh, I just tossed it. I got bitten by a spider a couple years back and it actually turned into a real infection that began spreading down my arm till I finally went to the doctor about it. lol.

I'm very careful now with anything involving those critters.
Yep, I share your dislike for spiders.

Back on the farm, when I was a kid, one of our jobs was to "open up" corn fields in the fall. Open up meant to hand shuck the corn in the first two rows around each field so the tractor pulled corn picker could get in.

Yes, it was hot, and we were shirtless, as we ventured into the heavily infested with garden spiders corn fields. Now the webs would stretch between the corn rows and the spiders were usually smack dab in the center, about face high and since they were black and orange they blended right in the the dried out corn plants.

Nothing worse that hit one of those webs and not know where the spider was -
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Old 03-12-2021, 05:12 PM   #2457
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OK, your flour was safe. Most all stored grain insects have 6 legs and they will eat a lot of grain. The spider was most likely just lost and trying to get out.

FYI - "For every cup of cornmeal, the FDA allows an average of one or more whole insects, two or more rodent hairs and 50 or more insect fragments, or one or more fragments of rodent dung."

He was eating the 6 legs.
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Old 03-12-2021, 05:13 PM   #2458
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OK, you and @Sapphireho need to stand down from this analysis. You two need to go back for more shock treatments before you can advance -
Did you quit smoking yet?
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Old 03-12-2021, 05:42 PM   #2459
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No!

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Let's find out...



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No!

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i can definitely say shock treatments might have exacerbated my issues. definitely haven't solved anything.

i talk to myself more now, and forget where i was going halfway there.
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i can definitely say shock treatments might have exacerbated my issues. definitely haven't solved anything.

i talk to myself more now, and forget where i was going halfway there.
Hell, I do that now and I haven't been shocked -
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Couldn't hurt.
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Couldn't hurt.
Maybe I'll get one of these and see how it works -
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