Jeremie Sturdefant?
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agreed

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#21 Feb 20, 2013
I still think he's sexy
Military service

Madison, WI

#22 Feb 20, 2013
You think you can say I "obviously have no respect for ANYONE" by my 2 comments here? LOL. Yes, I'm the idiot.

I know not all members are like this, but some are, and even if they aren't, civilians (politicians, teachers, etc.) drive it into our skulls that we need to thank each and every soldier and sailor (regardless of what they do). But what does a job in the military entail?

Near-guaranteed employment where you collect a salary (sometimes quite decent) on top of every need being provided.
Great long-term benefits, including health care, paid college tuition, low-interest business loans.
Earn up to thousands of dollars to join or re-enlist.
You get to travel the world, and get paid to do it.
Depending on your rank, your job requires little personal decisions (risk) and is mostly following orders.
Aside from combat soldiers, you are usually performing an administrative or labor job that is similar to something you could be doing at home.
Job never goes away in a recession.
Cannot be fired unless you do something absolutely heinous.
War-zone outposts aside, your place of employment is located in some of the most secure, safest buildings on the planet. I'm probably more likely to be killed in my office.
You have a great resume when you wish to enter the private sector, which is full of high-paying white- and blue-collar jobs for vets.
And don't forget, you chose to do this. You weren't forced to.
Some sacrifice, huh? Feel free to correct me on any of these.

I still have nothing but respect for our fighting forces, as a willingness to put your life on the line and sacrifice your future is something special and admirable. But for the guy that just spent the last year "fighting for your freedoms" in an office in Atlanta or on base in Italy, I respect you just as much (but no more) than my bus driver or the guy at the sandwich shop.
haha

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#23 Feb 20, 2013
Military service wrote:
You think you can say I "obviously have no respect for ANYONE" by my 2 comments here? LOL. Yes, I'm the idiot.

I know not all members are like this, but some are, and even if they aren't, civilians (politicians, teachers, etc.) drive it into our skulls that we need to thank each and every soldier and sailor (regardless of what they do). But what does a job in the military entail?

Near-guaranteed employment where you collect a salary (sometimes quite decent) on top of every need being provided.
Great long-term benefits, including health care, paid college tuition, low-interest business loans.
Earn up to thousands of dollars to join or re-enlist.
You get to travel the world, and get paid to do it.
Depending on your rank, your job requires little personal decisions (risk) and is mostly following orders.
Aside from combat soldiers, you are usually performing an administrative or labor job that is similar to something you could be doing at home.
Job never goes away in a recession.
Cannot be fired unless you do something absolutely heinous.
War-zone outposts aside, your place of employment is located in some of the most secure, safest buildings on the planet. I'm probably more likely to be killed in my office.
You have a great resume when you wish to enter the private sector, which is full of high-paying white- and blue-collar jobs for vets.
And don't forget, you chose to do this. You weren't forced to.
Some sacrifice, huh? Feel free to correct me on any of these.

I still have nothing but respect for our fighting forces, as a willingness to put your life on the line and sacrifice your future is something special and admirable. But for the guy that just spent the last year "fighting for your freedoms" in an office in Atlanta or on base in Italy, I respect you just as much (but no more) than my bus driver or the guy at the sandwich shop.
Face it you think he's hot
im in

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#24 Feb 20, 2013
haha wrote:
<quoted text>Face it you think he's hot
Is he SINGLE?
dummmmy

Rogersville, MO

#25 Feb 20, 2013
for one thing he is married and too what do you have against him in the military? If you want his number ask one of his friends or maybe it is on facebook.
Military service

Madison, WI

#26 Feb 22, 2013
I don't even know the kid, nor would I want his number. And "TWO",(dummy, very appropriate name) not "too", which is another word for "also" would be the word you're looking for.....how do you figure I have something against the military? Apparently you have reading comprehension issues.

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