Motivational Pic Thread v2.0 - - New Rules - See Post #1

Decoy

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I have broken over twenty bones and have scars from surgeries and accidents. Lost count of how many stitches. Still have wire in my jaw from a motorcycle crash nearly fifty years ago. My left index finger is so badly mangle I cannot pick my nose with it. I don't find blood and gore motivating. Sorry about boring you with my body injuries,
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What no titties????
:):)
 
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packratt

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Different rank structures down here but I do remember being reprimanded by a Wing Commander and a Squadron Leader, my right arm was broken and in a sling, they told me I should have used my left hand to salute, I pointed out that I was carrying a Browning 9 mm in my left hand as I was escorting their pay packets. This was back in the days when we got paid with real money.
Buddies father was a Command Chief Master Sargent, one morning he saluted a young Lieutenant (not sure if 2nd or 1st) left him hanging on the salute. It did not go well for the LT after the conversation my buddies father had with the base commander when he brought him his morning cup of coffee.
 
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Soulezoo

Hide Sommelier and Connoisseur of fine spirits
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Here and there
Buddies father was a Command Chief Master Sargent, one morning he saluted a young Lieutenant (not sure if 2nd or 1st) left him hanging on the salute. It did not go well for the LT after the conversation my buddies father had with the base commander when he brought him his morning cup of coffee.
When I was in tech school at Sheppard, a group of 6 or 7 of us would wait on the far side of the quad waiting for an officer to cross and then we would stagger our way across from him forcing the officer to keep saluting each of us individually. He looked like a windshield wiper...?
 

Mr.Kirk

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When I was in tech school at Sheppard, a group of 6 or 7 of us would wait on the far side of the quad waiting for an officer to cross and then we would stagger our way across from him forcing the officer to keep saluting each of us individually. He looked like a windshield wiper...?
I failed to ID a 12 year old looking Lt there and was put to saluting rabbits for however long it took a grownup to arrive and send me on my way. It was a good investment, as I ended up working on Marine bases later and their officers were much more creative.
Years later, I got my ass chewed up and down for not standing for a Colonel in a hospital. My explanation “ I can’t see you sir” “well, you Can hear me”.
 
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