About Questions You Should Ask the Recruiter. Page 5
|July 4th, 2007||#41|
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And when you finally sign it will be with a different recruiter that is prepared to go that extra mile in getting you what you want.
If THAT **** doesnīt get him to change his tune, ask him if itīs waiverable.
Ask him to point out to you where it says you have to be 20 to get 18X..
Do not accept anything less then what you want.
You get ONE chance at this, get it on paper.
When you have signed, handshakes and friendly nods wont mean ****.
As for the running..
Did you just tell me you quit on me?
Did you just tell me that the little bump in the road were too long?
Go out NOW, get it done.
Never ever quit something you have decided to do.
I couldnīt care less about the time it takes you to negotiate that obstacle for now, times are movable via hard training.
Come back, report success.
"We are the pilgrims, Master
We shall go always a little further,
it may be beyond the last blue mountain barred with snow,
Across that angry or glimmering sea..."
|July 7th, 2007||#42|
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I havent Quit anything, could anyone suggest a good pair of running shoes or should I just go get my combat boots out of the closet?
As for the recruiter, I told him Ill sign when he can put 18X-ray in my contract, not a day sooner.
Since he is being difficult it give me more time to workout and get my run time up and my pull ups to a nice number.
Thanks for all the help guys!
"We ain't making no goddamn cornflakes here." -Col. Charlie Beckwith, founder of Delta Force
|July 9th, 2007||#43|
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Get a different recruiter. There is no law about this. My lil bro went through a couple before he found one that wasn't an oxygen thief and then I'll be damned if **** didn't start to get taken care of most rickey tick.
DO NOT RUN IN COMBAT BOOTS. What's your budget for the shoes?
"The purpose of fighting is to win. There is no possible victory in defense. The sword is more important than the shield and skill is more important than either. The final weapon is the brain. All else is supplemental." - John Steinbeck
|July 11th, 2007||#45|
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