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Jun 15th 2011 1:40AM I had a ford taurus I nicknamed the "Antichrist", I swear that car was possessed.
Mar 21st 2010 10:15PM I am a vet from desert storm and when I returned I found it easy to land a job with my vet experience. Now days it is a different story, I think my being a vet hinders me. There are many reasons, but mainly I think the corporate enviroment has changed to the point that employers don't want vets because they don't know how to deal with someone who has impecable work ethic, but at same time will not allow themselves to be walked on by all the dishonest, greedy, money grubbing jerks in business today. Most of these employers think vets ideas to improve thier businesses are bad ideas for no other reason than it wasn't their idea. It is hard to be honest, hard working and have integrity when working amongst people with zero concept of the fact that a team cannot thrive without trust and honor. Vets are the best team players, but only when trust and honor are involved, and those traits are rare in the business world today, but not in the military. Employers won't hire a person that will not lie or cheat to put money in their pockets.