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Discussion in 'Military Vets' started by Ole Cowboy, Sep 12, 2018.
Gives new meaning to the words Special Operations.
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LOL, when I left the IT industry after selling my company I started a welding and metal fabrication shop, loved it, did it for 6 years and my old eyes finally said no more spending all day under the hood, sold that business, but miss it a lot. Built this basket as my last build.
Basket on rear of off road trailer (pre-paint):
Being a VA customer for a bit of time. Considering there's a 63yo man on my medical records and there's $hit that can done to separate his records and mine...
Mercury filled Vaccines, pill pushers, and cynical nurses.
My question to anyone having a fly's a$$ worth of trust in Veterans Affairs. Why would you EVER allow them near your Dick???
No way in hell ... antifa just thinks they're fark'n badasses.
Service connected disability? ... Ain't gonna happen
That'll put a bunch of us in the midst of a revolution, if we have to low crawl to get there.
So let me get this right.
A Navy vet can go in and get surgery to convert her into a Marine?
LMAO! HELL NO!
I've been in the VA system for 38 years. They treated my prostate cancer, they implanted my AUS. They offered penile implants.
I've got no problems with the VA.
As for the trannies. Since the draft ended the military has always excluded groups of people for various reasons. The Military shouldn't be a social experiment. They have a job to do and if there's something that would prevent you from doing that job then you shouldn't be allowed to join the military. Yet some liberal in a black robe decided that trannies have a greater need to be in the military than the military has need of people who can do the job.
What's next? Fat kids that can't walk around the block?
...and if I need/want penis reduction surgery?
I'll bet that's not offered.
Discrimination for those of us who're also different needs...what a world.
I guess the VA is all caught up on the service-related injuries that require surgery that they can offer elective ones...