Discussion in 'General Chat' started by Bergdorf Goodwill, Feb 7, 2007.
Appendicitis felt nothing like a stomach virus.
Either way, no bueno. Get better.
I've had a stressful last few weeks in grad school and apparently a good chunk of my hair decided to fall out. I was a little thin to begin with, but in the last few weeks its got to the point where I am considering a buzz cut. I would just shave it all off but I have a hunch that I would look like skeletor.
ANDDD Matt Schaub getting injured. FML.
But on the upside, you'll be a Master of the Universe...
snow and lots of it
i went to the student health cause i have lower right quadrant abdominal pain, and they were like 'it's probably just a stomach virus, but if the pain gets severe got to an emergency room'. feeling a little better tho.
Very close. Losing him is going to be rough.
that is very sad piob. i hope things turn around. reading this stopped me in tracks from posting the inane shit i was about to post, about which i was pissed off.
18th birthday today and my gf can't stay over so im not getting laid
^What is this "stay over" thing you speak of?
I saw this on another message board a few days ago (Veterans Day): "A veteran is someone who, at one point in his/her life, wrote a blank check made payable to "The United States of America," for an amount of "up to and including my life."
Here is the short version of my opinion of this:
It is a crock of shit. Most veterans were never in any danger during their military careers. It is completely unnecessary to dramatize or exaggerate military service, but in this modern PC environment many folks want to do so. Let's not pretend that every veteran is some sort of hero. It is sad that to voice this opinion would result in your being shouted down in so many circles in the US.
Now if this gets your panties in a wad because you think I have no right to have this opinion, then fuck you. I am a former Marine Corps officer and a Naval Aviator. Over a six year period of active duty in the Marine Corps I never witnessed an act of heroism. Not one. What I did see was a large number of people doing their assigned jobs in a professional manner. That's the reality of the US military. You are a part of a big team. You do your assigned tasks to the best of your abilities.
So, happy Veterans Day to all you vets out there. Thanks for your service.
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Hear hear. Calling everyone who serves a hero dilutes the meaning of the word and makes it less meaningful for the truly heroic.
She's aged like milk and I've aged like a fine wine.
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