Unapologetic insolence from an aging subversive

Unapologetic insolence from an aging subversive

Saturday, 22 May 2010

Next Chapter - Jellybeans in the Jungle

2 comments:

cav said...

I never did get to the Horseshoe.

Us blokes were crawling through the jungle on elbows and knees with bayonets in our mouths.......

I want to offer a comment on teachers. We had a couple, and they were treated funny by the ARA. I think they were challenged by their intellect.

Some lacked common sense, a common trait for someone who has a brain, so I could never get over what they were doing in Infantry.

Why the Army put Nasho teachers into Infantry is one of life's great puzzles.

What a waste.

1735099 said...

Cav
It probably did them the world of good. I don't think it did me any harm, even though I didn't think so at the time. After all, I could operate a Bell and Howell 16mm movie projector.....method in their madness?

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