Posted on Jun 28, 2016
CPT Jack Durish
3.08K
12
3
4
4
0
6ac8185f
I've drifted away from many other blogs because of the acrimony, insults, and demagoguery that dominated discussions there. It happens on RP but infrequently. Generally, I learn a lot here and have make friends though distant. However, I found one response that has actually impressed me beyond all others and felt that a "Vote up" was not sufficient recognition.

https://www.rallypoint.com/shared-links/why-don-t-feminists-fight-for-muslim-women?urlhash=1669890
Posted in these groups: 2dcac4a3 RallyPoint
Edited >1 y ago
Avatar feed
Responses: 1
Sgt Tom Cunnally
4
4
0
Edited >1 y ago
"Why did you leave the military?'.....that one hit me like a ton of bricks & thought about that question for several days. And could not give a good reason
(4)
Comment
(0)
CPT Jack Durish
CPT Jack Durish
>1 y
Are you saying that you acted on a decision without making it? That's called acting on impulse. I bought a new car once on impulse. Didn't turn out too badly. I married my first wife, the bride from hell, on impulse. You can well-imagine how that turned out. So, how did your impulse serve you?
(2)
Reply
(0)
Sgt Tom Cunnally
Sgt Tom Cunnally
>1 y
CPT Jack Durish - It was a long time ago & changed my mind about OCS & I think that just about ended my military career. I wanted to stay in the USMCR & thought I was about to be promoted to SSgt because my ticket was punched but my name was not on the list so I requested a discharge. And military pay in the '60s was an issue.
(2)
Reply
(0)
Avatar small

Join nearly 2 million former and current members of the US military, just like you.

close