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#31 - anon (09/22/2016) [-]
Youkoso Hitori Bocchi, from OP's anime.
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#103 - Why were you in DEP for soo long? I gotta admit you really se…  [+] (1 reply) 08/26/2016 on can u feel the feel tonight? 0
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#104 - cheated (08/28/2016) [-]
That's crazy, it makes me wonder if you were recruited out of the area I've been going to, since each branch is usually right next to the others

I guess I've been in the DEP for so long for a mixture of reasons. I actually dropped out of high school my senior year because I was short on credits and didn't want to be stuck there any longer. I didn't realize it was such a big deal. But my recruiter ended up calling my old high school and got me set up in this program that would allow me to still get my HS diploma. Well the program was online and very poorly managed, the teachers didn't really give a shit about grading anything, and you couldn't move onto the next part until they did. Eventually I got an email that pretty much said "By the way, you're turning 21 soon, so we're kicking you out of the program. Whoops, I guess we should have told you this sooner, but we forgot!" That was over a year, essentially wasted on nothing. After that was when my mom was first diagnosed with cancer, so everything was kinda on hold for a while. And then I got my GED around a week ago, which is also the time she was diagnosed with stomach cancer, but I have to wait out on the college credits a bit longer because classes already started and I can't get in until next semester.

TLDR: I've been in the DEP for so long due to massive amounts of bullshit. I'm working on it though.
#100 - Sorry to hear about your mother. But I hope your situation ge…  [+] (4 replies) 08/25/2016 on can u feel the feel tonight? 0
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#101 - cheated (08/25/2016) [-]
Thanks.

I know it will be hard, obviously there's only so much you can experience as a civilian and I'm not claiming to know it all or anything like that, but I have been drilled and yelled at by Marine Corps drill instructors at various events, I've been on multiple 8 mile hikes where we carried 70 pound packs, two all-hands pool functions, and I've been a part of work outs that they have at the recruiting offices on Thursdays for most of the last two years that I mentioned. Again, I'm not trying to tell you I'm some Marine Corps civilian badass, the point I'm trying to make is all of the time I've been involved as a civilian has given me lots of insight and made me stronger and faster as well. Because the actual point of the DEP is to prepare you for boot camp, and I've been digging into this shit for years.

I went to MEPS in early 2015 and signed a contract with the MOS I wanted, but since I was in the DEP for longer than a year I was auto-discharged, which just means I'll need to go to MEPS again when I have everything ready. I'm going for an infantry contract. I do hear a lot about corrupt recruiters but mine has been pretty honest so far. He told me everything I would expect for infantry and tried to talk me out of it a bit in the beginning, but that's what I want to do. Everyone tells me I'm going to regret my decision and it's going to be difficult but I truly believe it's what I want to do and even if it sucks I'll be stronger for having pushed through. And even if it was a shitty decision, at least it'll be my decision.

But I feel like maybe I'm starting to babble on. I usually don't talk so much about this shit because people start getting pissy after a while when they notice a civilian getting all motto talking about the military and shit. Hopefully I haven't passed that line.

Have you been moving around a lot since you enlisted?
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#103 - DOCoSPADEo (08/26/2016) [-]
Why were you in DEP for soo long? I gotta admit you really seem to know your shit. I'm certain that you'll do great in the marines since you're adamant about the MOS that you want and you've already gone through some of the physical and mental training (what with the yelling and all). I hope you're not too sentimental of a person, the time away from home with erode friendships quicker than you think. But you'll make new great friends. I met my best friend in the navy and we've been roommates for 2 years now.

I haven't moved much at all since I joined the navy, but my MOS (or Rate as we call it) constitutes a long training phase. And I broke my wrist a couple years ago so that put my training on hold for 8 months. I DEPped out of Omaha, went to Illinois for 2 months of bootcamp, then went to Charleston for training. And I've been here since. But I completed my training finally and I'm going to Groton, CT in a month.

You got a skype or something bro?
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#104 - cheated (08/28/2016) [-]
That's crazy, it makes me wonder if you were recruited out of the area I've been going to, since each branch is usually right next to the others

I guess I've been in the DEP for so long for a mixture of reasons. I actually dropped out of high school my senior year because I was short on credits and didn't want to be stuck there any longer. I didn't realize it was such a big deal. But my recruiter ended up calling my old high school and got me set up in this program that would allow me to still get my HS diploma. Well the program was online and very poorly managed, the teachers didn't really give a shit about grading anything, and you couldn't move onto the next part until they did. Eventually I got an email that pretty much said "By the way, you're turning 21 soon, so we're kicking you out of the program. Whoops, I guess we should have told you this sooner, but we forgot!" That was over a year, essentially wasted on nothing. After that was when my mom was first diagnosed with cancer, so everything was kinda on hold for a while. And then I got my GED around a week ago, which is also the time she was diagnosed with stomach cancer, but I have to wait out on the college credits a bit longer because classes already started and I can't get in until next semester.

TLDR: I've been in the DEP for so long due to massive amounts of bullshit. I'm working on it though.
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#102 - cheated (08/25/2016) [-]
Fucking hell, that wall of text
#98 - Well... no... But also I don't live in Omaha anymore.…  [+] (6 replies) 08/24/2016 on can u feel the feel tonight? 0
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#99 - cheated (08/24/2016) [-]
Nice, man. I've been involved with the Marine Corps for the better part of two years as a civilian. The reason I haven't shipped to boot camp yet is because of my mom's cancer (previously breast cancer and now more recently stomach) and the surgeries and whatnot that have followed as a result. I also have some other things to take care of but (hopefully) everything should be settled within 4-6 months.

How's the Navy treating you? I'd toss a few gay sailor jokes around but I feel I haven't earned the right as I'm not yet military myself.

I don't really use this account anymore so when I logged in for the first time in a while just today, I was just looking through some of my old comments and that's why I replied to you.
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#100 - DOCoSPADEo (08/25/2016) [-]
Sorry to hear about your mother. But I hope your situation gets resolved soon. The military is a great opprotunity. Be aware it will be very very hard. I've been in for almost 3 years now. I have been training since bootcamp. I'm just now reporting to my forst permanent dury station in a month. (Groton, CT)

I enlisted as a nuclear engineer, life sucks but the career potential is amazing. I'm sure you're getting info as you work with the Marine Corps, but definitely don't sign a contract unless you know what job you're getting. Don't EVER let your recruiter drive the enlistment process, they get paid to lie. Take charge of your recruitment process and make sure you know what you're getting into
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#101 - cheated (08/25/2016) [-]
Thanks.

I know it will be hard, obviously there's only so much you can experience as a civilian and I'm not claiming to know it all or anything like that, but I have been drilled and yelled at by Marine Corps drill instructors at various events, I've been on multiple 8 mile hikes where we carried 70 pound packs, two all-hands pool functions, and I've been a part of work outs that they have at the recruiting offices on Thursdays for most of the last two years that I mentioned. Again, I'm not trying to tell you I'm some Marine Corps civilian badass, the point I'm trying to make is all of the time I've been involved as a civilian has given me lots of insight and made me stronger and faster as well. Because the actual point of the DEP is to prepare you for boot camp, and I've been digging into this shit for years.

I went to MEPS in early 2015 and signed a contract with the MOS I wanted, but since I was in the DEP for longer than a year I was auto-discharged, which just means I'll need to go to MEPS again when I have everything ready. I'm going for an infantry contract. I do hear a lot about corrupt recruiters but mine has been pretty honest so far. He told me everything I would expect for infantry and tried to talk me out of it a bit in the beginning, but that's what I want to do. Everyone tells me I'm going to regret my decision and it's going to be difficult but I truly believe it's what I want to do and even if it sucks I'll be stronger for having pushed through. And even if it was a shitty decision, at least it'll be my decision.

But I feel like maybe I'm starting to babble on. I usually don't talk so much about this shit because people start getting pissy after a while when they notice a civilian getting all motto talking about the military and shit. Hopefully I haven't passed that line.

Have you been moving around a lot since you enlisted?
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#103 - DOCoSPADEo (08/26/2016) [-]
Why were you in DEP for soo long? I gotta admit you really seem to know your shit. I'm certain that you'll do great in the marines since you're adamant about the MOS that you want and you've already gone through some of the physical and mental training (what with the yelling and all). I hope you're not too sentimental of a person, the time away from home with erode friendships quicker than you think. But you'll make new great friends. I met my best friend in the navy and we've been roommates for 2 years now.

I haven't moved much at all since I joined the navy, but my MOS (or Rate as we call it) constitutes a long training phase. And I broke my wrist a couple years ago so that put my training on hold for 8 months. I DEPped out of Omaha, went to Illinois for 2 months of bootcamp, then went to Charleston for training. And I've been here since. But I completed my training finally and I'm going to Groton, CT in a month.

You got a skype or something bro?
User avatar
#104 - cheated (08/28/2016) [-]
That's crazy, it makes me wonder if you were recruited out of the area I've been going to, since each branch is usually right next to the others

I guess I've been in the DEP for so long for a mixture of reasons. I actually dropped out of high school my senior year because I was short on credits and didn't want to be stuck there any longer. I didn't realize it was such a big deal. But my recruiter ended up calling my old high school and got me set up in this program that would allow me to still get my HS diploma. Well the program was online and very poorly managed, the teachers didn't really give a shit about grading anything, and you couldn't move onto the next part until they did. Eventually I got an email that pretty much said "By the way, you're turning 21 soon, so we're kicking you out of the program. Whoops, I guess we should have told you this sooner, but we forgot!" That was over a year, essentially wasted on nothing. After that was when my mom was first diagnosed with cancer, so everything was kinda on hold for a while. And then I got my GED around a week ago, which is also the time she was diagnosed with stomach cancer, but I have to wait out on the college credits a bit longer because classes already started and I can't get in until next semester.

TLDR: I've been in the DEP for so long due to massive amounts of bullshit. I'm working on it though.
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#102 - cheated (08/25/2016) [-]
Fucking hell, that wall of text
#96 - Dude. That comment is 3 years old. ******* creepy bro  [+] (8 replies) 08/24/2016 on can u feel the feel tonight? 0
#97 - cheated (08/24/2016) [-]
W-wait...

You mean you don't fucking remember me?

What the fuck? Haven't you been getting the flowers?
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#98 - DOCoSPADEo (08/24/2016) [-]
Well... no...

But also I don't live in Omaha anymore. Joined the Navy a couple of years ago. In South Carolina now. Probably why I haven't gotten the flowers
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#99 - cheated (08/24/2016) [-]
Nice, man. I've been involved with the Marine Corps for the better part of two years as a civilian. The reason I haven't shipped to boot camp yet is because of my mom's cancer (previously breast cancer and now more recently stomach) and the surgeries and whatnot that have followed as a result. I also have some other things to take care of but (hopefully) everything should be settled within 4-6 months.

How's the Navy treating you? I'd toss a few gay sailor jokes around but I feel I haven't earned the right as I'm not yet military myself.

I don't really use this account anymore so when I logged in for the first time in a while just today, I was just looking through some of my old comments and that's why I replied to you.
User avatar
#100 - DOCoSPADEo (08/25/2016) [-]
Sorry to hear about your mother. But I hope your situation gets resolved soon. The military is a great opprotunity. Be aware it will be very very hard. I've been in for almost 3 years now. I have been training since bootcamp. I'm just now reporting to my forst permanent dury station in a month. (Groton, CT)

I enlisted as a nuclear engineer, life sucks but the career potential is amazing. I'm sure you're getting info as you work with the Marine Corps, but definitely don't sign a contract unless you know what job you're getting. Don't EVER let your recruiter drive the enlistment process, they get paid to lie. Take charge of your recruitment process and make sure you know what you're getting into
User avatar
#101 - cheated (08/25/2016) [-]
Thanks.

I know it will be hard, obviously there's only so much you can experience as a civilian and I'm not claiming to know it all or anything like that, but I have been drilled and yelled at by Marine Corps drill instructors at various events, I've been on multiple 8 mile hikes where we carried 70 pound packs, two all-hands pool functions, and I've been a part of work outs that they have at the recruiting offices on Thursdays for most of the last two years that I mentioned. Again, I'm not trying to tell you I'm some Marine Corps civilian badass, the point I'm trying to make is all of the time I've been involved as a civilian has given me lots of insight and made me stronger and faster as well. Because the actual point of the DEP is to prepare you for boot camp, and I've been digging into this shit for years.

I went to MEPS in early 2015 and signed a contract with the MOS I wanted, but since I was in the DEP for longer than a year I was auto-discharged, which just means I'll need to go to MEPS again when I have everything ready. I'm going for an infantry contract. I do hear a lot about corrupt recruiters but mine has been pretty honest so far. He told me everything I would expect for infantry and tried to talk me out of it a bit in the beginning, but that's what I want to do. Everyone tells me I'm going to regret my decision and it's going to be difficult but I truly believe it's what I want to do and even if it sucks I'll be stronger for having pushed through. And even if it was a shitty decision, at least it'll be my decision.

But I feel like maybe I'm starting to babble on. I usually don't talk so much about this shit because people start getting pissy after a while when they notice a civilian getting all motto talking about the military and shit. Hopefully I haven't passed that line.

Have you been moving around a lot since you enlisted?
User avatar
#103 - DOCoSPADEo (08/26/2016) [-]
Why were you in DEP for soo long? I gotta admit you really seem to know your shit. I'm certain that you'll do great in the marines since you're adamant about the MOS that you want and you've already gone through some of the physical and mental training (what with the yelling and all). I hope you're not too sentimental of a person, the time away from home with erode friendships quicker than you think. But you'll make new great friends. I met my best friend in the navy and we've been roommates for 2 years now.

I haven't moved much at all since I joined the navy, but my MOS (or Rate as we call it) constitutes a long training phase. And I broke my wrist a couple years ago so that put my training on hold for 8 months. I DEPped out of Omaha, went to Illinois for 2 months of bootcamp, then went to Charleston for training. And I've been here since. But I completed my training finally and I'm going to Groton, CT in a month.

You got a skype or something bro?
User avatar
#104 - cheated (08/28/2016) [-]
That's crazy, it makes me wonder if you were recruited out of the area I've been going to, since each branch is usually right next to the others

I guess I've been in the DEP for so long for a mixture of reasons. I actually dropped out of high school my senior year because I was short on credits and didn't want to be stuck there any longer. I didn't realize it was such a big deal. But my recruiter ended up calling my old high school and got me set up in this program that would allow me to still get my HS diploma. Well the program was online and very poorly managed, the teachers didn't really give a shit about grading anything, and you couldn't move onto the next part until they did. Eventually I got an email that pretty much said "By the way, you're turning 21 soon, so we're kicking you out of the program. Whoops, I guess we should have told you this sooner, but we forgot!" That was over a year, essentially wasted on nothing. After that was when my mom was first diagnosed with cancer, so everything was kinda on hold for a while. And then I got my GED around a week ago, which is also the time she was diagnosed with stomach cancer, but I have to wait out on the college credits a bit longer because classes already started and I can't get in until next semester.

TLDR: I've been in the DEP for so long due to massive amounts of bullshit. I'm working on it though.
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#102 - cheated (08/25/2016) [-]
Fucking hell, that wall of text
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#33 - subterraneankazuya (08/12/2016) [-]
She looks beautiful. Far from what you would call ugly. Don't know why she's getting so much crap for her looks.
#31 - anon (08/12/2016) [-]
when the guy said ugly i excepted fj oc maker level ugly, i think she is just around average fucking landwhales pushing the bottom limits
#42 - lvlonemeepo (08/12/2016) [-]
Holy shit, "I expected fj oc maker level ugly" Will you leave any fucking survivors?
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she ugly
#32 - hxhmaniac (08/12/2016) [-]
why you giving me thumbs soradono
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#34 - SoraDono (08/12/2016) [-]
Because I don't care who posts what, if it's on point, it's on point.
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#35 - hxhmaniac (08/12/2016) [-]
what kind of fucked up flag is that

it's like you took my flag and changed the colours
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#37 - SoraDono (08/12/2016) [-]
I ain't the one who made it, go blame the founders of my country. Also the Greeks for not letting us use the traditional one for this area of the Balkans.