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Old 08-18-2009, 03:52 AM   #51
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Re: How Tough are You?

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This morning i ate my bacon raw and popped 5 eggs in my mouth and chewed. They werent hard boiled. I need the fiber and dont have time for that cooking crap.
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Old 08-18-2009, 07:01 AM   #52
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When I was in the Navy, my best friend was a guy who had been a damage controllman in an aircraft carrier on Yankee Station off the coast of North Vietnam. In addition to having to fight a humongous fire of historic proportions, he and his shipmates were movie-deprived.
Was he on the Forrestal? Every Navy recruit is required to watch the documentary on the USS Forrestal fire during the Damage Control phase of Bootcamp.

As for PTSD, I worked as a clerk at a VA Readjustment Counseling Center in San Bernardino, Ca. I had just gotten off of Active Duty and was going to college and drilling with the Active Reserves. It was a VA Work-Study program where they paid you minimum wage (tax-free though!) for answering phones and filing away records. Anyways, a lot of these guys were WWII, Korean War and Vietnam vets that were seriously sick. Sometimes I would sit in on some of their group sessions and listen to them talk about horrific experiences. A lot of them would break down and cry and then I'd start crying too because I felt bad for them. Some of them were Great-Grandfathers! I was on the fence about PTSD until I worked at that place.

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Old 08-18-2009, 09:26 AM   #53
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I'm tough enough to do pretty much whatever I need to do, but nothing extraordinary, I think.
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