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#252 Jan 31 2012 at 6:48 PM Rating: Excellent
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How about 15 versus 5? Is 15 "a lot" compared to 5?
If you want to pull random numbers out of your **** to dig deeper into that hole you're in, be my guest. It doesn't actually change anything, but I guess if it makes your diminished ego feel a little better, you go right ahead. Trying to change variables after the fact to better favor your arguments isn't anything new, anyway.

Maybe you should borrow Alma's flashcards? You both seem to have the same linguistic failings.
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Well, he's right. Just not in the way he thinks.

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How much is "a lot"?
More than 22 versus 350.


How about 15 versus 5? Is 15 "a lot" compared to 5?

I used the phrase in response to a statement about how frequently I posted about Romney during the race compared to how often I did after he dropped out. I guess if you want to intentionally compare that to some other random number, proclaim it "not a lot" and claim victory, I can't stop you. I think that's pretty moronic though.


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#254Almalieque, Posted: Feb 04 2012 at 6:50 AM, Rating: Sub-Default, (Expand Post) Why thank you.. I figured using the 8 hour plane wait and 3 a.m. wake ups due to jet lag as the perfect times to kill time on here.
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#256Almalieque, Posted: Feb 05 2012 at 11:33 PM, Rating: Sub-Default, (Expand Post) Still looking for that regulation? I'll wait.
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#258Almalieque, Posted: Feb 06 2012 at 2:49 AM, Rating: Sub-Default, (Expand Post) Student (Idiggory): Hey Mr. Smith, here is my thesis.
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This isn't school and if it was, you'd be relegated to the Anime forum with the rest of the tards.
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#260 Feb 06 2012 at 7:16 AM Rating: Excellent
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Alma is the teacher??

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#261 Feb 06 2012 at 7:54 AM Rating: Excellent
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He doesn't even understand the situation, is asking the wrong questions, and was told where the answer to the right questions he should have asked are. Text book denial and avoidance. Smiley: laugh
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#262 Feb 06 2012 at 10:34 AM Rating: Default
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This isn't school and if it was, you'd be relegated to the Anime forum with the rest of the tards.


Because we all go to school so we can NOT use ANY of the stuff we learned in life. I guess you missed the memo, but the purpose of learning in school, was to have information for life. Kind of the reason why I stated "Scholastic Journals".. If you don't know, researchers post their work in the forms of papers, which (sigh/gasp) have sources!

That doesn't even pass the common sense test... "Hey, look what I discovered, but I wont tell you where I got it from, you have to find it yourself, but trust me.. it's legit. If you can't find it, then you're not looking hard enough!!"

If so,, then how about this.. "I found the answer. It stated the exact opposite. Now go find it to prove me wrong! I'm not going to tell you where.. Something to do with NCO of the year boards"

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He doesn't even understand the situation, is asking the wrong questions, and was told where the answer to the right questions he should have asked are. Text book denial and avoidance. Smiley: laugh


You're in denial. You made a statement that you would keep the same base pay until it catches up. I asked you to provide the regulation that states so. You mentioned something about Warrant Officers. Not only does that have nothing to do with OCS/ROTC (the topic at hand), that has nothing to do with finance.

It's very easy. Show me the regulation that supports that claim. If you can go back and quote me from threads ago, clearly you can reference an Army Regulation that you got your claim from.
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#263 Feb 06 2012 at 10:39 AM Rating: Excellent
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Because we all go to school so we can NOT use ANY of the stuff we learned in life.
You did, that's for sure.
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#264 Feb 06 2012 at 10:40 AM Rating: Excellent
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Post 176, 178, 180, 182, 239, and 256.
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#265 Feb 07 2012 at 6:04 AM Rating: Default
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Post 176, 178, 180, 182, 239, and 256.


None of which specifies an actual AR that states your claim. There you go again. You will spend a ton of time researching and referencing posts (only to keep the argument on in a circle) as opposed to just citing the regulation. Mainly, because that regulation doesn't exist.

What is the regulation? I can ctrl+f the reg to find your statement. When I find your statement within the reg, I will apologize and admit to my error.
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Why are you talking about accounts receiveable because that's what AR means, right?
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#267 Feb 07 2012 at 8:46 AM Rating: Excellent
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Why are you talking about accounts receiveable because that's what AR means, right?
He's asking for the regulation I told him about a while ago, but has decided to hide for whatever reason. I figure he's focusing on pretending I didn't because he needs to focus on something other than how sad it is that he's posting on forums while on vacation.

Edited, Feb 7th 2012 9:46am by lolgaxe
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#268Almalieque, Posted: Feb 07 2012 at 8:50 AM, Rating: Sub-Default, (Expand Post) Realizing that some people might not know what "AR" means, I purposely used "regulations" for the audience. To answer your question, no. It means "Army Regulation".
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Maybe it's different in the Army (seriously doubt it though), we have this little concept called "Trust but Verify" in the Air Force. Whether it's an airman giving information to a NCO or an NCO doing the same for an officer, we use this concept. Certainly, Gaxe gave you the information you require. Him being an NCO, you should accept that information at face value. However, as a good officer would do, you would then look this up yourself. Why? For the simple fact that if YOU pass this information on to someone else (maybe one of your troops) and it does turn out to be wrong, YOU are the one that looks like an ass.

Crying "Well someone else told me, an NCO at that so it's their fault" makes you look like a bigger ass.

The reverse is also true. If I told my airmen to go clean the sh*tter and wax the Flight Chief's office floor, I would be damned if I didn't check up on them once in a while. It's not that I don't trust them to do the job. On the off chance they didn't do what I asked or did it poorly for whatever reason, I can correct the issue or (better even) be able to tell the Flight Chief with 100% accuracy that the job was done to our standards.

The same happens when we work on a jet. Certainly said airman is qualified to perform said task, but it takes 2 people to make the correction in the aircraft forms. Airman performs maintenance; supervisor (read NCO here) ensures it was done correctly. Jet flies on schedule, pilot lives another day.

See, that's how it works in the military. That concept can be and should be applied in every situation you would find yourself in.

Otherwise, you look like an ass.
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#270 Feb 09 2012 at 10:57 AM Rating: Excellent
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The best part is that Gaxe gave him a cite. XD
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#271 Feb 10 2012 at 10:06 PM Rating: Default
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Klausneck wrote:
Certainly, Gaxe gave you the information you require


I asked him for the reg. He did not provide me with any regulation.

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However, as a good officer would do, you would then look this up yourself. Why? For the simple fact that if YOU pass this information on to someone else (maybe one of your troops) and it does turn out to be wrong, YOU are the one that looks like an ass.


I did look it up and I provided the pay chart. He is claiming that he has something that counters my evidence, so I'm asking him to provide his evidence. I've done my part by doing the research. I WAS WRONG. I ADMITTED that I WAS WRONG. After realizing my ERROR, I found the RIGHT answer, which is not the answer that LolGAXE has provided. It is now his turn to support his claim. That's how life works.

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Crying "Well someone else told me, an NCO at that so it's their fault" makes you look like a bigger ass.


No one said that. I'm pretty sure that I've admitted to my error several times now.

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#272 Feb 10 2012 at 10:17 PM Rating: Excellent
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After realizing my ERROR, I found the RIGHT answer, which is not the answer that LolGAXE has provided.
Really? The answer wasn't that you won't ever get a paycut for changing from NCO to officer like I said and provided you with the means to find the information and in fact it was like you and "all the NCOs who joined the Dark Side" said that there would be a paycut? Do tell.

Or just keep jumping up and down and crying. I'm amused either way. Smiley: popcorn
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#273 Feb 11 2012 at 9:05 AM Rating: Default
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After realizing my ERROR, I found the RIGHT answer, which is not the answer that LolGAXE has provided.
Really? The answer wasn't that you won't ever get a paycut for changing from NCO to officer like I said and provided you with the means to find the information and in fact it was like you and "all the NCOs who joined the Dark Side" said that there would be a paycut? Do tell.

Or just keep jumping up and down and crying. I'm amused either way. Smiley: popcorn


You said that you will maintain your old pay until your pay as a officer catches up. I countered to say that will never happen because your new pay as an officer WILL ALWAYS be more. So there will never a situation where you maintain your current pay until it catches up.

So, I'm asking you to provide the AR that states that you will maintain your current pay until it "catches up" with your new supposed pay.

Your response should be less than 10 characters. I'll even give you the first 2 characters for you "AR". I understand that given the fact that you made it up, it might be hard to actually provide it.
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#274 Feb 11 2012 at 10:25 AM Rating: Excellent
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Ahh, so your problem is you don't even understand the conversation. That's sadder than I had thought.

Though not any less funny watching you cry about it.
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#275 Feb 11 2012 at 10:40 AM Rating: Excellent
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#276 Feb 11 2012 at 10:42 AM Rating: Excellent
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It's like asking what the capital of Montana is and then crying about why it doesn't equal two. Smiley: laugh
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#277Almalieque, Posted: Feb 11 2012 at 3:13 PM, Rating: Sub-Default, (Expand Post) A better example is you stating "From New York, you can travel east across the Pacific to England".
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ITT: We've discovered ZAM needs an Alma-English Translator function.
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ITT: We've discovered ZAM needs an Alma-English Translator function.


ITT: We really, really don't. I definitely don't need greater insight into how his mind works.
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#280Almalieque, Posted: Feb 11 2012 at 5:41 PM, Rating: Sub-Default, (Expand Post) Let me help you out...
#281 Feb 11 2012 at 7:38 PM Rating: Excellent
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ITT: We've discovered ZAM needs an Alma-English Translator function.


Let me help you out...

http://www.rong-chang.com/

You're not a native speaker? That explains a lot.

My sister is an ESL teacher.
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#282 Feb 13 2012 at 8:15 AM Rating: Excellent
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ITT: We've discovered ZAM needs an Alma-English Translator function.
He thinks that throwing spaghetti against a wall and hoping something sticks is a good method of debate, so I doubt there is enough C++ knowledge in the universe to program something of that magnitude.
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#283Almalieque, Posted: Feb 13 2012 at 12:07 PM, Rating: Sub-Default, (Expand Post) Nope.. pretty simple. I'm asking you to provide the regulation that supports your claim. So, where is this AR again? Still looking for it? That elusive bastard!!!
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Excuse me, but I'm talking about you, not to you. Adults are speaking.

You can join in when you leave your fantasy land.

Edited, Feb 13th 2012 1:09pm by lolgaxe
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#285Almalieque, Posted: Feb 13 2012 at 1:08 PM, Rating: Sub-Default, (Expand Post) Ok...
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#287Almalieque, Posted: Feb 13 2012 at 1:21 PM, Rating: Sub-Default, (Expand Post) Wait.... so are you now asking me to go BACK to fantasy land?!?! Will you provide the regulation in Fantasy Land?
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#289 Feb 13 2012 at 1:24 PM Rating: Default
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Well, I'm trying to RUN to reality... the reality that there isn't a regulation that supports your claim...Unless you can provide one...

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At least have the decency to write "+1".

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Edited, Feb 13th 2012 2:39pm by Eske
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#292 Feb 13 2012 at 1:39 PM Rating: Default
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What do you prefer? I prefer a regulation supporting your claim...You know, the one that you made up?
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This thread is getting repetitive.
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At least have the decency to write "+1".

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Edited, Feb 13th 2012 2:39pm by Eske


Locking the thread is his attempt to avoid answering the question..

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Read above
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Wait? Am I being trolled?Smiley: eek
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Variance to break the minutia.

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Locking the thread is his attempt to avoid answering the question.
Smiley: lol Best one yet. Encore please.
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