Discussion in 'Toke N Talk' started by 6ohMax, Apr 19, 2015.
Nice plants, but they pale in comparison to your beautiful bride.
My friend Phillip Christian's brother.
Fair winds and following seas to both of you.
I met a guy in the veterans lounge at school last week who has three fuckin air medals. Over 100 combat missions... Jesus. Glad to have him there and safe now.
"America’s first black astronaut, Air Force Maj. Robert Lawrence Jr., finally got full honors Friday on the 50th anniversary of his death. Lawrence paved the way for Guy Bluford, who became the first African-American in space in 1983, Dr. Mae Jemison, the first African-American woman in space in 1992, and Charles Bolden Jr., a space shuttle commander who became NASA’s first black administrator in 2009. Next year, the International Space Station is getting its first African-American resident: NASA astronaut Jeanette Epps."
Wow, He had a doctorate in P.Chem, that is rare air there. That class kicked my ass.
Oy P-chem. Thermodemonics was bad enough, but quantum satanics was worse. Kicked my ass right back into the organics lab.
Yep, I had to take Thermo and Quantum as required classes, barely made it. Almost 40 yrs later I still have an occasional "fuck up" dream about that. LOL
i wish i would have taken my education seriously, all thru high school i just played sports, coaches took care of me.
from high school to the service....strong back weak mind, i fit right in.
after service..fire dept ...again strong back weak mind.
after fire dept....ruined back and still weak mind
Well, you did all right, retired now and all the time you want to spend on learning new stuff if you wish to. I'd say that's a win
^^^ We called those R2D2 with a boner. I wasn't a GM, but had to memorize the capabilities of it when I was giving tours to civilians. Impressive firepower.
Nothing like a finely tuned Sea Whiz to liven up a party.
That reminded me of this.......
This one got me today.....took me back
By MEREDITH TIBBETTS | STARS AND STRIPES Published: December 17, 2017
SHARPSBURG, MD — In the back corner of Antietam National Cemetery, a good 25 yards from any other plot, are six graves. They are the final resting places of African-American soldiers who fought in World War I — segregated even in death. Saturday afternoon, they were first to be honored during the cemetery's Wreaths Across America ceremony.
"|COLUMBIA, S.C. — A U.S. Marine who earned the Medal of Honor for throwing himself on a grenade says he was deeply honored by fellow students’ standing ovation at his University of South Carolina graduation ceremony. Kyle Carpenter received his bachelor’s degree in international studies on Monday, according to The State newspaper. He was recognized during the ceremony, leading to applause from the entire crowd."
https://www.marinecorpstimes.com/ne..._term=Editorial - Military - Early Bird Brief
"Elinor Otto, widely known as the last Rosie the Riveter, joined the head of Air Mobility Command on a C-17 flight over California Monday to educate and inspire the next generation of airmen. Otto, 98, who has worked on every C-17 Globemaster ever built, had never actually flown on one. She finally got that opportunity when she spent more than three hours on a Globemaster III piloted by Gen. Carlton Everhart, the head of AMC, near March Air Reserve Base in Riverside County. With them were about 30 Junior Reserve Officer Training Corps cadets who were given the opportunity to see some of the Air Force’s missions."
https://www.airforcetimes.com/news/..._term=Editorial - Military - Early Bird Brief
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