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    Someone, a member here (I won't mention his name. He knows who he is.) uses a military oath in his signature. He often mentions his military service as a mantle of integrty. But he has many evasions and weaknesses of integrity outstanding here. In fact many criticisms of his integrity and evasions he evades with long winded descriptions of past military exploits and his oath as a mantle of integrity. Clearly he uses his oath for purposes of evasion.
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    Quote Originally Posted by astrotech View Post
    Someone, a member here (I won't mention his name. He knows who he is.) uses a military oath in his signature. He often mentions his military service as a mantle of integrty. But he has many evasions and weaknesses of integrity outstanding here. In fact many criticisms of his integrity and evasions he evades with long winded descriptions of past military exploits and his oath as a mantle of integrity. Clearly he uses his oath for purposes of evasion.
    I evade nothing, and will spell it out right here, astrotech: You're on ignore because you're an asshole. What the hell is your major malfunction? Get a clue. Fix yourself. Get a life. Grow a brain. Move on.

    Is that clear enough for you?

    Back on ignore.
    Last edited by mugaliens; 02-10-2015 at 01:29 AM.
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    Quote Originally Posted by mugaliens View Post
    I evade nothing, and will spell it out right here, astrotech: You're on ignore because you're an asshole.
    You are on despise because your behavior is despicable.

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    What the hell is your major malfunction?
    Ooooo doesn't that sound military. Straight out of full metal jeacket. You got no authority. Certainly not the authority of integrity. And I ain't no recruit.

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    Get a clue. Fix yourself. Get a life. Grow a brain. Move on.
    Integrity has a price. You got bills to pay...Boy. PAY UP!!!

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    Is that clear enough for you?

    Back on ignore.
    You wouldn't dare.
    Last edited by astrotech; 02-10-2015 at 10:25 PM.
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    Quote Originally Posted by astrotech View Post
    Ooooo doesn't that sound military. Straight out of full metal jeacket.
    The spelling is "jacket," and the movie Full Metal Jacket borrowed it from the military.

    I ain't no recruit.
    That's for dang sure.
    My oath of office never expires. "God, who gave us life, gave us liberty. Can the liberties of a nation be secure when we have removed a conviction that these liberties are the gift of God?" - Thomas Jefferson. "I have far too long suffered fools. No longer will I tolerate the insufferable. Enjoy the vacuum." - Mugs

    PS: I scrambled my password, so no, I will not be responding. Get a clue.

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    By the way mugsie, Your use of your oath in your sig is a constant reminder of your lack of integrity. Every body here knows you started using it as your sig when the lack of integrity of your behavior was exposed with many facts proving you are a liar. Your only response to the facts was and still is to ignore them and trumpet your military exploits as a mantle of integrity and to put up your oath as your sig.

    Good of you to keep reminding people of your lack of integrity with your sig. For you newbies who weren't here when all that went down, that's what his sig really means.

    PS
    I aint no recruit

    Quote Originally Posted by mugaliens View Post

    That's for dang sure.
    If my civilian career was in the military I'd be a major or colonel. By the time I was 35 I had already run two large machine shops. One in a large ship repair company the other built the largest equipment for the largest and most advanced military and civilian air and spacecraft built in the last 30 years. In fact I see commercials showing my personal handiwork virtually every day, science programs on TV with it several times a year, and in the movie "Star Trek The Voyage Home" it was a significant plot element. The "plastic panels"* being polished in the back ground when Dr Macoy and Mr Scott traded for "transparent aluminium".


    *PVHO pressurized vehicle human ocupancy used in large aquariums, the Atlantis resort, and tourist submersables.

    As to my present accomplishments. I won't even describe them because that would be personally identifying. But you probably have some in your computer right now.

    Just to say that these accomplishments don't come from lack of integrity, unreliability, lies and self delusion. In fact those jobs demand that I not only rat myself out when I make a mistake but I have to catch the mistakes of others or planes crash, aquariums fail, people die or worse someone else catches it and embarrases ME.
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    Quote Originally Posted by astrotech View Post
    By the way mugsie, Your use of your oath in your sig is a ...
    ...welcome reminder of my 20+ years of honorable service to my country.

    As for the rest of your drivel, are you one of those blithering idiots who delights in bashing members of our Armed Forces?

    If my civilian career was in the military I'd be a major or colonel.
    You certainly would never have been accepted into the Air Force Academy, and I seriously doubt you would have lasted more than a week in either ROTC or Officer Training School, either.

    By the time I was 35 I...
    It's not your lack of brains, astrotech. You're certainly smart enough. It's your lack character and integrity, the way you waltz around, spitting on everything and everyone about whom you haven't the slightest clue. None of the entrance pathways to the U.S. Armed Forces tolerate that crap for more than the first couple of days.

    Who knows? Those in charge might have been able to drum it out of you. If you had held onto your current attitude, however, you would not have lasted a week.
    Last edited by mugaliens; 02-13-2015 at 05:33 PM.
    My oath of office never expires. "God, who gave us life, gave us liberty. Can the liberties of a nation be secure when we have removed a conviction that these liberties are the gift of God?" - Thomas Jefferson. "I have far too long suffered fools. No longer will I tolerate the insufferable. Enjoy the vacuum." - Mugs

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    Quote Originally Posted by mugaliens View Post
    As for the rest of your drivel, are you one of those blithering idiots who delights in bashing members of our Armed Forces?
    No, I'm one of those cultured eletists who bash jerks like you who use military service as a pass for their unreliability and lack of integrity for the rest of their lives.
    Quote Originally Posted by mugaliens View Post
    You certainly would never have been accepted into the Air Force Academy, and I seriously doubt you would have lasted more than a week in either ROTC or Officer Training School, either.
    Your fabrications of what might have been are irrelevent as well as unreliable. What is is that I have the discipline and integrity to have completed two college degrees followed by 15 and 10 years practice respectively and am involved in a self taught third career.
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    It's not your lack of brains, astrotech. You're certainly smart enough. It's your lack character and integrity,
    Lying claim considering you never post any proof of me lying but you ignore the proof that you lie.
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    the way you waltz around, spitting on everything and everyone about whom you haven't the slightest clue.
    I spit on you because of your unreliability and lack of integrity. That you hide behind claimed values you do not have isn't me spitting on those values. It is your degenerate cloaking of your lies behind them that spits on those values.
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    None of the entrance pathways to the U.S. Armed Forces tolerate that crap for more than the first couple of days.

    Who knows? Those in charge might have been able to drum it out of you. If you had held onto your current attitude, however, you would not have lasted a week.
    If you believe that tell your last living superior officer that someone says "you have bills to pay". Just that, nothing else. Don't color it up first. And don't lie. Tell me the first thing he says after that and we'll move this discussion on based on what he says. Don't lie, I'll know.
    Lies have the stench of death and defeat.

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    The only purpose anyone can ascertain with respect to your presence on the forum is to hurl unwarranted insults at others in some misguided, pathetic attempt to get a rise out of them.

    You're about as effective as a schoolyard bully whimpering about a skinned knee.

    Why are you still here, again?
    My oath of office never expires. "God, who gave us life, gave us liberty. Can the liberties of a nation be secure when we have removed a conviction that these liberties are the gift of God?" - Thomas Jefferson. "I have far too long suffered fools. No longer will I tolerate the insufferable. Enjoy the vacuum." - Mugs

    PS: I scrambled my password, so no, I will not be responding. Get a clue.

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    Quote Originally Posted by mugaliens View Post

    Why are you still here, again?
    For no other reason but to annoy you personally. I had a banner weekend of annoying right wing nut god hates fags bunches. Gave out hundreds whistles to the crowds. The sound was unique and it shut them down even though they had police support. Have to share that one on the interwebs. I'm sure you'll be hearing more of those whistles, in person.
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    You really must be some sort of demented fringe lunatic.

    Oh, yeah. I'm retired military too. I swore a similar Oath to this other gentleman; except that mine was for enlisted personnel. And as far as I'm concerned, my Oath has no expiration date. I would gladly stand up for duty should they call, if they would only call.
    I'm proud of what I have accomplished, but I feel no need to brag about it. You could've done the same, had you but the Courage.

    And, no, I'm not a right-winger either.

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