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Enrollment Medical / Re: Past Mental Health issues [Merged]
« Last post by Grace2001 on Today at 01:56:41 »
Can I join the army even though I have spent time in a mental health institution? I have never been on medication and I have no firm diagnosis... is time in a mental health facility an automatic disqualifier?

Thanks
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Global Politics / Re: The US Presidency 2019
« Last post by Remius on Today at 01:19:17 »
You seem confused as to my stance. I'm far from upset. I'm just realistic. My answer to the original question was not meant as research. I stated that. jm appeared to have desperate need for an answer, so I provided one. I really wasn't interested in answering nor was I interested in spending time researching for someone else. They got an answer. Doesn't matter whether you like it or agree with it, it's pedigree or it's subject matter. Like I said, it is what it is. Simply, anyone asking the initial question, is just as capable of doing their own 15 second search. When you're too lazy to search yourself, don't ask someone to do it for you. If you do, don't be a putz and question the answers you get back. Go ahead and disagree, but go figure it out for yourself. If the question is only worth a penny, I don't spend a dollar answering it.  Caveat emptor, that the buyer alone is responsible for assessing the quality of a purchase before buying. You get what you pay for. You don't hand a bucket of paint to a stranger off the internet, ask them to paint your house for nothing, then complain about the result.

In the long run, no one is entitled to demand an answer from anyone here. If you get one, it's because someone decided to answer you. Not because they have to.

This board has an Ignore List function. It was installed and the parameters set by the owner of this private site. If a member wishes to utilize it, that is their decision. They are under no obligation to even acknowledge the people on their list. So if you don't get an answer, to a question you asked, perhaps no is really interested or you're on someone's list.

Pretty simple huh? Hope that helps explain it all for a final time and the thread can move on.

Cheers

Fair enough and point taken.  I won’t derail any longer.
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Godspeed Dragoon.
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Global Politics / Re: The US Presidency 2019
« Last post by Fishbone Jones on Today at 00:05:36 »
You may find this site/chart of interest for some insight into the respective quality and bias of quite a variety of outlets. They’ve been tweaking and revising this for a few years now.

https://www.adfontesmedia.com

Tanks Bri. I'll definitely check it out.
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Global Politics / Re: The US Presidency 2019
« Last post by mariomike on Yesterday at 23:41:23 »
Saw this in today's news,

Politico

Trump says he told Sarah Sanders 'not to bother' with press briefings.
https://www.politico.com/story/2019/01/22/trump-press-briefings-1117946
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The Canadian Military / Re: Reservists Job Protection Superthread
« Last post by mariomike on Yesterday at 23:34:31 »
Mariomike, I do believe it is all in the interpretation of the word, and I am waiting to see the CFLC's interpretation.

That's what it sounds like. Good luck.
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The Canadian Military / Re: Reservists Job Protection Superthread
« Last post by RDJP on Yesterday at 23:32:07 »
Mariomike, I do believe it is all in the interpretation of the word, and I am waiting to see the CFLC's interpretation.

NinerSix - pm incoming.  ;)
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The Canadian Military / Re: Reservists Job Protection Superthread
« Last post by mariomike on Yesterday at 23:18:17 »
Thanks for the replies, and mariomike - that clears it up.  I wasn't quite sure.

Far as I was aware, like Lunchmeat stated, any and all training is "annual training", and hopefully that is what the CFLC will confirm as well.

Thanks again.  ;D

Hopefully, HR and CFLC will go by LunchMeat's interpretation of "annual". :dunno:

adjective: annual

1. occurring once every year.
"the sponsored walk became an annual event"

synonyms: yearly, once-a-year, every twelve months
"an annual report"

•calculated over or covering a period of a year.
"an annual rate of increase"

synonyms: yearlong, lasting a year, twelve-month
"an annual subscription"

noun

1. a book or magazine that is published once a year under the same title but with different contents.
"a Christmas annual"

https://www.google.com/search?source=hp&ei=vdpHXMD5AoHLjwSEy4DwDQ&q=annual&btnK=Google+Search&oq=annual&gs_l=psy-ab.3..0i67l10.1669.3184..3810...0.0..0.390.1090.3j3j0j1......0....1..gws-wiz.....0..35i39j0i131j0j0i131i67.qHaHde3V1f8
 

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Thoughts and Prayers / Re: Colonel Roger T. Cotton - 1965-2019
« Last post by AbdullahD on Yesterday at 23:16:10 »
May he rest in peace

Abdullah
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Global Politics / Re: The US Presidency 2019
« Last post by Jarnhamar on Yesterday at 23:15:22 »
Quote from: Brihard
They’ve been tweaking and revising this for a few years now.

https://www.adfontesmedia.com

It looks like they've overlooked updating CNN's position for the last few years   ;D
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