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Nope. 06' Finny. Contracting at DHS was at a premium. Was offered more money to stay but had my plans all set. I worked in Germany for 6 months and lived and toured 6 months. Had the job lined up before I quit DHS. Came back and went private sector. Have no desire to work with idiots like you again. I can't picture you because I met so many like you that spewed the same BS...
Sure you did...now go back to McDonalds and make me an apple pie.

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...But of course. As it was on the ships. There were places I could go but most sailors couldn't. Saying nobody can do your job or get the clearance is what makes you full of **** Finny.
Gawd you are painful. Surely you realize I did not say that (whether true or not).
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McDonalds? Disgusting. No wonder you are a slothy Gubmint minion. Besides, there are Pelicans and Rennlisters in large numbers who know I speak the truth since many were at an event where it was announced I was headed to Germany.

And yea....you did say that.


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Sure you did. The unemployment sabbatical.

Contractors work where and in the capacity we determine they can work. Just because they work for an Agency does not mean that they can work in any area or in any type of work only the ones they are allowed to. Some are prohibited by law. In other areas, they simply do not have the skills. Many tasks are inherently governmental.
You know, its really funny. Every person I know of who has done this sort of thing never calls "the Agency" by its real name. Its always "the Agency" or several other names that I am not going to use here, just like Stoney did above. I know what Stoney does and he has a pretty good idea what I used to do when I was doing contract work out of the country, so we are on a level playing field here.

I smell a rat here, someone who wishes they did contract work for the govt and never got their foot in the door. If you (928) really did what you said you did, you would not talk like this... especially in an open public forum...

Where pray tell were you in Germany and doing what again?
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Really? Unlike Finny I'm the one who actually named the places I worked because there is nothing secret about them that they exist nor any need to hide an association with them. I'm years out of it.

Paderborn. Worked with a 928 owner and friend who had a shop. I wrenched on Autos and did service writing for the British Soldiers who were our clients. Like I said, I was on Sabbatical, and 928s my hobby.



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Sure you did. The unemployment sabbatical.



Contractors work where and in the capacity we determine they can work. Just because they work for an Agency does not mean that they can work in any area or in any type of work only the ones they are allowed to. Some are prohibited by law. In other areas, they simply do not have the skills. Many tasks are inherently governmental.

You know, its really funny. Every person I know of who has done this sort of thing never calls "the Agency" by its real name. Its always "the Agency" or several other names that I am not going to use here, just like Stoney did above. I know what Stoney does and he has a pretty good idea what I used to do when I was doing contract work out of the country, so we are on a level playing field here.



I smell a rat here, someone who wishes they did contract work for the govt and never got their foot in the door. If you (928) really did what you said you did, you would not talk like this... especially in an open public forum...

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Just forget it. I really don't want to discuss what I do...so just let his story stand. He has told this story here before. Even as described, it was nothing particularly impressive...so who really cares? Somehow he feels that his self-described, low-level, limited experience as a government contractor and zero military experience make him some sort of expert on the military and all federal agencies. His remarks are telling as they are superficial and do not enjoy detail nor depth. Indulge his fantasy since he only uses it to misdirect the discussion since he has nothing else to offer. He would like nothing better than to banter this way for weeks on end. Like posted by a wiser man than me on another threads...he is better off ignored.

Wow...he has been to Germany. I'm impressed.
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Im sure you dont want to talk about being a Government hack.

Interesting. On this thread im bashed as the low level contractor lying because I think there is some sort of pedestal government contractors must be put on. Funny how one can get that impression from saying you walked away from it because you were tired of working with Dickheads.

On another thread I'm accused of having "liberal guilt" by "owning two houses when so many homeless people fight just to eat".

You idiots draw the most ****ed up conclusions. Probably because you don't seem to know anything without the party telling you what it is. You all spout it like you been hypnotized to recite it.

Thanks for the laughs.

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Im sure you dont want to talk about being a Government hack.

Interesting. On this thread im bashed as the low level contractor lying because I think there is some sort of pedestal government contractors must be put on. Funny how one can get that impression from saying you walked away from it because you were tired of working with Dickheads.
First off, you have absolutely NO idea.... none what-so-ever.

Second you do not seem to understand that some of us here on the thread have "been there and done that" and have a pretty good idea what to look for. Your comments, well... they make you stick out like a sore thumb and thats not the way its done in this field. You are not being bashed because of the position you said you had, but the way you come across, and its not how someone who has really been there represents themselves. Kinda like the guys who puff their chest out and try to say they were a SEAL, then you ask them which BUD/S class they were in and they stumble...

You have a wonderful time patting yourself on the back. You might come close to convincing the drunks down at the American Legion but its not working here...

My last post on this thread...
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Ohhhhhh. So of all the things I could lie about being I chose "Government contractor" because its so what everyone wants to be. I dont hide anything because I don't need to hide it. There is absolutely no danage i could do to myself or my country by people knowing I've worked at different government agencies. Tons of people disclose that information on publicly accessable websites like Monster.

You're full of **** buddy.
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any nude pics of that Danish woman yet?
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Did a six month tour of Kopenhagen in 1999. Trust me, Danish women look the same without their clothes on as the rest of the ladies in Europe. Only difference is that they are very willing and like Americans...
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Are Croatian women hot?
Just go to Google, click on images and type in "croatian" and you can see for yourself. Other than most of the ones on the web wearing fashions that are some variation of the Croatian flag, they are pretty representative.
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Women in Croatia? Ugly as sin, do NOT ever go there.

However if you are silly enough to not listen...







And if you are silly enough to vacation in Split like I used to, you have to put up with views like this:



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Croatian women
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You figure it out...
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I approve the direction this thread has taken.

See, we can all come together and agree on stuff.
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