Posted 01 June 2012 - 13:20
I'm really happy to read that more individuals with past injuries have an opportunity to get their dreams and goals.
-WATCH FOR THE PATTERNS, WATCH FOR THE WIRES-
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Guinness (For Strength). Jameson (For Courage). Lex (For The Effort).
- Cap't Carrol 'Lex' LeFon, USN, 1960-2012
Fair seas and Headwinds over the deck, my Friend.
Commit to memory Checklist Items:
#1 ...Whiskey for my men, beer for my horses...
#2 No smoking 8 hours before the flight or drinking within 25 feet of the aircraft.
#3 If it can't be fixed with a hammer, it must be an electrical problem. Bend to fit, dent to match.
#4 I don't care about being right, as long as I prove you wrong.
#5 If you can't have a really good laugh, at least provide an entertaining cry.
#6 What the large print giveth, the fine print taketh away.
#7 Anyone who flies lower than me is a moron, anyone who flies higher is a maniac, any one who flies the same altitude is a threat.
#8 A boy makes his girl jealous of other women. A Gentleman makes other women jealous of a lady.
#9 The other vehicle is my crumple zone.
#10 One of the goals in my life is to be as good a person as my dog already thinks I am.
#11 America has a long history of dealing with those who stomp on rights. There’s the soap box, letter box, ballot box, jury box and the cartridge box for dealing with these sorts.
#12 Passion is what you do when it’s convenient, commitment is what you do when it is inconvenient.
#13 Never argue with an idiot; they bring you down to their level and beat you with their experience.
#14 It is customary caveman tradition to curse inanimate objects after making a mistake that causes injury to self.
#15 History doesn’t always repeat, but it usually rhymes. Tree. Politician. Rope. Some assembly required.
#16 Always plan for the mission as if you are the wetware that others are trying to liquidate somewhere between Destruction Bay and Explosionville.
#17 A goal too easily achieved is often a disappointment.
"I will not turn my clock back. I will be living one hour in the future. I greet you, The People of the Past. Your ways are quaint."
And sometimes, it just has to be said:
"I rode the short bus and I don't remember seeing you on my bus. But you should have been on it."
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