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16 Mar 2011, 3:40 pm

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I just did that in the September of 2009, a year and a half ago. I fashion myself after this guy:

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What I had on, yesterday:

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That's amazing! How did you manage to find the same jacket and shirt? Are they from a vintage store? It's a great look.


Is that a cravat? You look great. Whereabouts would i get my purple suit from?



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16 Mar 2011, 4:04 pm

CockneyRebel, you look great! :)



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16 Mar 2011, 6:13 pm

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I like colours! :jester:


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16 Mar 2011, 7:50 pm

jamieboy wrote:
Janissy wrote:
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I just did that in the September of 2009, a year and a half ago. I fashion myself after this guy:

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What I had on, yesterday:

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That's amazing! How did you manage to find the same jacket and shirt? Are they from a vintage store? It's a great look.


Is that a cravat? You look great. Whereabouts would i get my purple suit from?


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16 Mar 2011, 7:52 pm

Thank you for the compliment. You guys look great as well! :D


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16 Mar 2011, 8:08 pm

MONKEY wrote:
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I like colours! :jester:


That's awesome, I wish I'd spent more than 5 seconds making mine now.


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16 Mar 2011, 8:17 pm

I think I should be this

[youtube]http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=4spotCIgohk[/youtube]


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16 Mar 2011, 8:18 pm

A mix between this Image and this Image


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16 Mar 2011, 8:37 pm

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hot!




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After Ranger school I'll be one step closer...
Do you mean Ranger, as in an actual Ranger from the US Army? Or is it a differant Ranger that I am thinking of? 8)


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16 Mar 2011, 9:30 pm

Metalwolf wrote:
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hot!




*sigh*


After Ranger school I'll be one step closer...
Do you mean Ranger, as in an actual Ranger from the US Army? Or is it a differant Ranger that I am thinking of? 8)



The US Army variant. Rangers lead the way, HOOAH!


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16 Mar 2011, 9:40 pm

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I think I should be this

[youtube]http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=4spotCIgohk[/youtube]


no, no, this is a BETTER spencer shay

[youtube]http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=CZrUbvw7V0E&feature=related[/youtube]


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16 Mar 2011, 9:43 pm

Ikonovich wrote:
Metalwolf wrote:
Ikonovich wrote:
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hot!




*sigh*


After Ranger school I'll be one step closer...
Do you mean Ranger, as in an actual Ranger from the US Army? Or is it a differant Ranger that I am thinking of? 8)



The US Army variant. Rangers lead the way, HOOAH!
U.S. Army? That's awesome! And looking at your profile, I see you have the 'Diagnosed Aspergers' listed. I thought Asperger's was one of the 'banned conditions' to be in the Army?

(I was in the Army too, but that was before I was diagnosed with Aspergers. I want to go back in, but I was always worried they wouldn't accept me back in because of the diagnosis.)


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16 Mar 2011, 9:46 pm

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16 Mar 2011, 9:49 pm

Metalwolf wrote:
U.S. Army? That's awesome! And looking at your profile, I see you have the 'Diagnosed Aspergers' listed. I thought Asperger's was one of the 'banned conditions' to be in the Army?

(I was in the Army too, but that was before I was diagnosed with Aspergers. I want to go back in, but I was always worried they wouldn't accept me back in because of the diagnosis.)



First of all, it isn't allowed, but I was lucky to have a psychiatrist who was disinclined to keep a record of it, to my advantage. It hasn't affected my military career at all, except to make me be seen as eccentric by a lot of my battle buddies (Not a rare thing in the Infantry).


If you want to get back in with a recorded diagnosis, you have two choices: Lie, which I don't recommend but they'll never find out if you don't have to get a security clearance, or talk to a recruiter about it and see if you can get a waiver, which almost certainly won't be a problem if you have never taken meds for it.


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16 Mar 2011, 9:55 pm

Ikonovich wrote:
Metalwolf wrote:
U.S. Army? That's awesome! And looking at your profile, I see you have the 'Diagnosed Aspergers' listed. I thought Asperger's was one of the 'banned conditions' to be in the Army?

(I was in the Army too, but that was before I was diagnosed with Aspergers. I want to go back in, but I was always worried they wouldn't accept me back in because of the diagnosis.)



First of all, it isn't allowed, but I was lucky to have a psychiatrist who was disinclined to keep a record of it, to my advantage. It hasn't affected my military career at all, except to make me be seen as eccentric by a lot of my battle buddies (Not a rare thing in the Infantry).


If you want to get back in with a recorded diagnosis, you have two choices: Lie, which I don't recommend but they'll never find out if you don't have to get a security clearance, or talk to a recruiter about it and see if you can get a waiver, which almost certainly won't be a problem if you have never taken meds for it.
I think I'll go the waiver route, as I haven't needed to take meds for it, and just in case I ever have to get a security clearance. 8)


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