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Re: Our Na'vi Tribe (discussion & pre-planning)
« Reply #80 on: January 12, 2010, 02:36:43 pm »
s*** Coyote  u were out in iraq my dad went out and so did his m8 and in my dads m8s regiment they sustained 80% casualties and 6 fatalities my dad was really lucky though he got mortared a few times and blown up a couple but he survied all of them he said that it was a total hell hole cause no one knew what the hell they were supposed ot be doin





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Re: Our Na'vi Tribe (discussion & pre-planning)
« Reply #81 on: January 12, 2010, 02:39:56 pm »
I've known a lot of close friends who went over there.  Not a fun place to be.
Haven't heard from a few of them.  I don't really want to think about that, you know?


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Re: Our Na'vi Tribe (discussion & pre-planning)
« Reply #82 on: January 12, 2010, 02:43:22 pm »
In response to the M/F ratio, I'm a female.

In terms of what I can bring... not really much...

I can cook, fish, am decent with children...

I can maintain fires (can't start them for my life though)

As for allergies... I'm practically allergic to everything in the outside world T.T but I could get over it since most of it's mild. Not allergic to anything food-wise, just a moderate sensitivity to most things dairy.

But I have little to no experience in living outdoors (very conservative parents who work full time + only child = indoor life :/). I bet I could adapt in enough time and experience. I'm not in the best physical condition, and I'm nearsighted... I'm sure all of this can be overcome though.

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Re: Our Na'vi Tribe (discussion & pre-planning)
« Reply #83 on: January 12, 2010, 02:46:48 pm »
It was crazy; we did neighborhood patrols in Baghdad and ran munitions convoys through the Sunni Triangle in 2004-2005. I put a picture of me there in the Real-Life Pictures thread, on page 8. I had six guys in my squad and I am glad to say I got all of them home, whole in mind and spirit as well as in body. We had the fewest casualties (wounded and KIA) of any unit in the 1st Cavalry (that's who I belonged to at the time).

Make no mistake about-- the ability to keep a sense of humor, and keep your head together, in extreme stress is an undervalued skill. Especially if others are depending on you. People get bored and frustrated and lash out, get into arguments, stuff like that, to express their stress. It's normal, but I had to harness & channel that & get the guys to do other things to burn it off. I think that was worth more than any other mission I might have accomplished over there. Having all my guys walk off the plane at the end was more than any medal or whatever.


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Oh, starting fires? I can do that pretty well.

Damn, now I want to go camping. But I'm in Idaho. In January. Damn.
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Re: Our Na'vi Tribe (discussion & pre-planning)
« Reply #84 on: January 12, 2010, 02:50:26 pm »
swizaw were pretty much alike except i used to spend hours on my own outside





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Re: Our Na'vi Tribe (discussion & pre-planning)
« Reply #85 on: January 12, 2010, 02:52:08 pm »
iv got a couple of older m8s who have lost limbs and i bet they have exactly the same sense of humour as u. a soldiers humour takes allot of getting used to. iv lost a couple of m8s as well





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Re: Our Na'vi Tribe (discussion & pre-planning)
« Reply #86 on: January 12, 2010, 02:54:21 pm »
Twonyu Ikranä I enjoy going outside by myself, it's just I'm not familiar with being out in the wilderness. I'm very fond of walking around barefoot inside and out, and the other day there was some snow left over in my backyard and I went and stood in the snow and wiggled my toes in it and stuff with no fear of my parents telling me to stop haha :] There's a park near me with lots of tall trees, it's just complicated in that the trees are so tall there's no hope of climbing them (the low branches are all removed as soon as they sprout).

On the island idea for the future, I looked into Brazil (my first thought process: near equator --> Brazil --> *searches islands near Brazil* --> http://www.privateislandsonline.com/geraldo-island-brazil.htm )

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Re: Our Na'vi Tribe (discussion & pre-planning)
« Reply #87 on: January 12, 2010, 02:55:07 pm »
Irayo, ma tsmuke.

For the record, I'm near-sighted as well.  What comes from staring at a screen most of my life.  I have two or three pairs of glasses though, and I'll acquire at least one more before we settle.  I'm wearing contacts atm, and I sometimes forget about them, lol.

Do I need to put ay'eveng caregivers on the list?  Input, thanks.

Also, guys, check the list.  Make sure I have everything right.  If you want/need something changed, just ask.

Coyote: Glad to hear it!  It's always good to hear of our troops getting back safely. :]
I had an ex-bf who skipped out on going.  I wanted to shoot him.  Honestly.  He was such a--
K, going to stop.  Before I say something that will get me in trouble.

Also, a good sense of humour is essential in any high-stress job.  Even as an EMT, I'm learning how to joke about it.


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Re: Our Na'vi Tribe (discussion & pre-planning)
« Reply #88 on: January 12, 2010, 02:56:52 pm »
Twonyu Ikranä I enjoy going outside by myself, it's just I'm not familiar with being out in the wilderness. I'm very fond of walking around barefoot inside and out, and the other day there was some snow left over in my backyard and I went and stood in the snow and wiggled my toes in it and stuff with no fear of my parents telling me to stop haha :] There's a park near me with lots of tall trees, it's just complicated in that the trees are so tall there's no hope of climbing them (the low branches are all removed as soon as they sprout).

On the island idea for the future, I looked into Brazil (my first thought process: near equator --> Brazil --> *searches islands near Brazil* --> http://www.privateislandsonline.com/geraldo-island-brazil.htm )

Actually, not a bad price.  Only 1.7 USD. about.


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Re: Our Na'vi Tribe (discussion & pre-planning)
« Reply #89 on: January 12, 2010, 02:58:09 pm »
Twonyu Ikranä I enjoy going outside by myself, it's just I'm not familiar with being out in the wilderness. I'm very fond of walking around barefoot inside and out, and the other day there was some snow left over in my backyard and I went and stood in the snow and wiggled my toes in it and stuff with no fear of my parents telling me to stop haha :] There's a park near me with lots of tall trees, it's just complicated in that the trees are so tall there's no hope of climbing them (the low branches are all removed as soon as they sprout).

On the island idea for the future, I looked into Brazil (my first thought process: near equator --> Brazil --> *searches islands near Brazil* --> http://www.privateislandsonline.com/geraldo-island-brazil.htm )

Actually, not a bad price.  Only 1.7 USD. about.


at the current exchange rate, more like 1.45 USD :]

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Re: Our Na'vi Tribe (discussion & pre-planning)
« Reply #90 on: January 12, 2010, 02:58:34 pm »
I've been looking into laser eye surgery, even before Avatar. (Yeah, I'm nearsighted too)

And as for talents, I think I'd be a good teacher (if/when kids happen) and I'm good with my hands (construction), as well as throwing knifes and axes.

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Re: Our Na'vi Tribe (discussion & pre-planning)
« Reply #91 on: January 12, 2010, 02:59:48 pm »
By the way, folks, what good is a tribe without some musicians? Song, dance, and storytelling will be a lot of our entertainment in this sort of lifestyle.

Bring guitars, drums, what have you. If you bring a banjo, that's cool, I'm good with that, but we will be keeping an eye on you.

So, Unil Txep, remember the "Polyphemus Sunrise" in the RP section? We need to think of blue beer recipes. We could make a pub, maybe call it the Taproot and experiment with distilling some of Eywa's finest "spirits".  ;D

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Re: Our Na'vi Tribe (discussion & pre-planning)
« Reply #92 on: January 12, 2010, 03:00:11 pm »
swizaw sorry i shouldnt have judged u XD





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Re: Our Na'vi Tribe (discussion & pre-planning)
« Reply #93 on: January 12, 2010, 03:02:24 pm »
By the way, folks, what good is a tribe without some musicians? Song, dance, and storytelling will be a lot of our entertainment in this sort of lifestyle.

Bring guitars, drums, what have you. If you bring a banjo, that's cool, I'm good with that, but we will be keeping an eye on you.

So, Unil Txep, remember the "Polyphemus Sunrise" in the RP section? We need to think of blue beer recipes. We could make a pub, maybe call it the Taproot and experiment with distilling some of Eywa's finest "spirits".  ;D



I actually play guitar, flute, and am on my way to being able to play the ocarina well :] I think that I can also sing half-decent too haha

swizaw sorry i shouldnt have judged u XD

no problem! I didn't see that as being judged, I saw it as an observation :] all is good!

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Re: Our Na'vi Tribe (discussion & pre-planning)
« Reply #94 on: January 12, 2010, 03:03:23 pm »
By the way, folks, what good is a tribe without some musicians? Song, dance, and storytelling will be a lot of our entertainment in this sort of lifestyle.

Bring guitars, drums, what have you. If you bring a banjo, that's cool, I'm good with that, but we will be keeping an eye on you.

So, Unil Txep, remember the "Polyphemus Sunrise" in the RP section? We need to think of blue beer recipes. We could make a pub, maybe call it the Taproot and experiment with distilling some of Eywa's finest "spirits".  ;D



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Re: Our Na'vi Tribe (discussion & pre-planning)
« Reply #95 on: January 12, 2010, 03:13:27 pm »
did ithey do that ????





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Re: Our Na'vi Tribe (discussion & pre-planning)
« Reply #96 on: January 12, 2010, 03:20:21 pm »
did ithey do that ????

Yup. Which is one reason the end of the world isn't gonna happen.
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Re: Our Na'vi Tribe (discussion & pre-planning)
« Reply #97 on: January 12, 2010, 03:24:03 pm »
arghhhhhhhhhhhh the end of the world





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Re: Our Na'vi Tribe (discussion & pre-planning)
« Reply #98 on: January 12, 2010, 03:26:21 pm »
arghhhhhhhhhhhh the end of the world

but that's bad! don't let the world end. on a side note, if the world ends on intended day, I will be cheated out of my 18th birthday as the day after would be it...

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Re: Our Na'vi Tribe (discussion & pre-planning)
« Reply #99 on: January 12, 2010, 03:28:37 pm »
i would be just 19 if the world ends on the right day





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