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Discussion in 'The Mainboard' started by tmbrules, Jan 9, 2019.
She's not Indian she's Native American, Mr. Columbus
dynamite drop-in after 2 years away
Guy is a complete sociopath
this exchange lol
That's rules lmbo
Well, I thought I did qualify when I applied, it was only logical that I try, and then got denied due to my DD 214 separation code. Haven’t used the pass they sent me soooooo don’t know what to tell you.
You don't need to say anything. We know what you are
Petition to change OP's name to aiolirules, because any meltdown this severe has to have something to do with the garlickiest of mayo.
What is your DD214 separation code? The only way that would deny you is if you received a less than honorable discharge.
I loved this place when it aligned with my ideals but now that it doesn't it's gone downhill. I don't like it and let me cry about it to you, but all these cucks that don't agree with my views need a safe space!
Then maybe I got denied for the wrong reasons and they sent me the pass correctly.
It’s actually the opposite for me. This board has really gone down hill now that it’s aligned with my ideals.
a.) You had a less than honorable discharge
b.) Didn't realize another veteran was watching you embarrass all of us in this thread
c.) Don't want to admit you had a less than honorable discharge, since that is literally the ONLY reason your separation code would deny you from any benefit.
This is rules’s melty thread. You gotta find someplace else, Comcast.
Thread is getting good again
I thoroughly enjoyed this thread. Thanks to all involved.
and fuck you rules you little bitch
Or you could be an absolute dumb shit and realize you’re wrong and see that there are more than just 2 separation codes....
Frank Rizzo from Chicago lol.
also the worst part of this thread is all the people referring to "Rule #1" in a sincere manner.
I kind of think earnestly referring to Rule 1 is a violation of Rule 1
You either received an Honorable Discharge, or you did something which disqualified you from it.
Anything not an Honorable Discharge is less than honorable. There are many codes, but they are all less than honorable.
as someone who has personally won fifteen (15) medal of honors, i am disgusted by comcast's stolen valor all in the name of a ski pass
I was a honorable medical discharge, even stayed past my EAS date. Get your facts correct.
the idea of someone sincerely referencing that "rule" as a 30-something year old is ridiculous. but not quite as ridiculous as how little self awareness it takes to not realize that whining and crying for hours on end about getting banned from a single thread on a message board puts you in violation of that exact "rule"
Not to be that guy but you’re talking about character of service. Separation codes are a separate box.
That is still an Honorable Discharge. It would literally say "Honorable" in Block 14.
Separation codes and their meanings aren't released to the general public. You can find them from before the prohibition went into effect, but a company can't use them to disqualify someone with an Honorable discharge from any benefits.
I don't think it's deliberate.
And that I did not know when I applied. They asked for a separation code and I gave it to them. No stolen valor.
Rule 1 is kind of embarrassing if we're being honest.
To not be a bitch? I can see why this would be a struggle for you.
That's true too. It's something a bunch of people in their early 20s would come up with
I can see why you'd like something so simplistic and hardo at the same time.
I can't wait to get my honorable discharge from the Space Force personally.
Rule 1 is our 2nd amendment blackeye.
I'm even more confused at this point.
They didn't require any proof you were a veteran? They just asked you? And for your specific separation code, and not if the discharge was honorable? Then they disqualified you for the discount based upon a code they are not supposed to know? And, even if they knew the code, why would they disqualify you for the discount if you were separated medically and not for improper conduct?
I sent them a copy of my DD214. Apparently the VA and Marines are two different entities in regards to medical discharges. I don’t know more specifics than that.
I often discharge in a less than honorable way, if you catch my drift
Thank you for your service, soldier
Based on my latest 23&me I'm 0.1% East Asian or native American. I am now offended by the use of the term ''indian" on behalf of my ancestor.
Billions of (potential) lives paid the ultimate sacrifice
your thanks is meaningless without a discount ski pass
Yes we’ve all had sex with user edmonddantes’ mom
I think we have to look back to the original understanding of Rule #1 — as intended by the framers in 2009. Rule #1 isn’t a living and breathing rule.
have you changed anyone's behavior by making this same complaint dozens of times over the years?
It's actually in block 24, fwiw. At least on mine, from 1993.
Oops. Typo. My bad.
you're a fucking tool. Fyi
Coming from you, that’s certainly more of a compliment than an insult.
that doesn't even make sense