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#31 14 years ago

You're a unappreciative little rich girl Inyri. The army should be encouraging poor kids with messed up education to join, keep them off the streets, out of trouble and poverty, give them a good job, it shouldn't have any requirements in terms of education they have had. Just because someone did crap at school and screwed it up doesn't mean that they are stupid atol.




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#32 14 years ago

But if they screwed around in school, whats to say they wont screw around in the armed forces?

I think thats the point inyri is trying to put across.

Also, I think what the officer probably ment, is that the more technical jobs will require an associates, rather than even the non-techy people having one.




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#33 14 years ago
DavetheFoBut if they screwed around in school, whats to say they wont screw around in the armed forces? I think thats the point inyri is trying to put across. Also, I think what the officer probably ment, is that the more technical jobs will require an associates, rather than even the non-techy people having one.

I said screwed it up not screw around. Screwed up as in kids who had problems at home/out of school/ on streets so they couldn't be in school/couldn't work in school/ didn't have inspiration for it. If soldiers in the U.S army have the capability to screw around then that says alot about the U.S army eh.




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#34 14 years ago
Tumerok89couldn't work in school

Everyone can work in a school if they attempt to.

If they wont work, then why would we want them serving our country?