San Francisco, Servicemen Find Common Ground

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DisassociatedDave
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San Francisco, Servicemen Find Common Ground

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SAN FRANCISCO (Disassociated Press) July 28, 2008 – The City of San Francisco and United States Military service people, recently at odds because the passage of a ballot initiative in the fall of 2005 that encouraged local education officials to keep military recruiters off of high school and college campuses, seem to be finding a happy point of agreement because of another ballot initiative slated for this fall...

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Clint
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San Francisco, Servicemen Find Common Ground

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When I was in Alaska in the mid 80s there was a joke going around. It went something like this:

Question: If a Texas oil man and a Oklahoma oil man jump off the 20th story of a building, which one will hit the ground first?

Answer: "Who cares"

There is danger in having someone tainted by living in San Francisco in the military anyway.
Schooling results in matriculation. Education is a process that changes the learner.
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BTS
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San Francisco, Servicemen Find Common Ground

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DisassociatedDave;936920 wrote: SAN FRANCISCO (Disassociated Press) July 28, 2008 – The City of San Francisco and United States Military service people, recently at odds because the passage of a ballot initiative in the fall of 2005 that encouraged local education officials to keep military recruiters off of high school and college campuses, seem to be finding a happy point of agreement because of another ballot initiative slated for this fall...



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Is there a reason why DisassociatedDave hasn't been banned yet? Basically every single one of his posts have been spam trying to drive us to his pathetic and incredibly un-funny "satire" website?
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