army is lowering standards in order to meet recruitment goals:

Discussion in 'Politics & Religion' started by loza, Feb 1, 2006.

  1. loza

    loza Guest

    Today we had a visiting drill sergeant to offer freedom to all who wish to serve in Iraq. I opted out saying "why should I get shot when I can trade in jail and live in safety and comfort due to taxpayers (you) contributions?"
    This is what I am reading about this.....
    "We need your concerted effort to reverse the negative trend," reads the internal Army memo, which was directed to senior commanders. "By reducing attrition 1% we can save up to 3,000 initial term soldiers. That's 3,000 more soldiers in our formations."

    http://www.getalifesoon.com/weblog/item/army-lowers-standard
     
  2. What does this have to do with trading?
     
  3. loza

    loza Guest

    What is more risky - trading or fighting in iraq?
     
  4. I think it's more risky to drop the soap in the shower! :)


    What are you in for, anyway?
     
  5. loza

    loza Guest

    sedition and political speech against multinational corporations
     
  6. maxpi

    maxpi

    While you were stoned, right? You should be able to use the "I couldn't find my twinkies" defense.
     
  7. Pekelo

    Pekelo

    Out of curiosity, what is the exchange rate for prisontime vs. time in the Army? 1:1? Or do you have to serve more in the army than what is your prisontime?
     
  8. Whimsy

    Whimsy Guest

    I don't understand. The quote above is from a thread you started. It doesn't seem to agree with your "sedition and political speech against multinational corporations" statement in this thread.
     
  9. CONR

    CONR

    You are an asshole scumbag. After you blow Bubba do you ever think about how f*#ing lazy you are. I hate animals like you, sucking taxpayers dry because you don't care about anybody but yourself!
     
  10. loza

    loza Guest

    If you lost again in trading friend try to channel your aggression and energy to the right direction and kill yourself.
     
    #10     Feb 4, 2006