Modern Military & Medieval Knighthood  

LoyaltyandHonor 35M/31F
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7/5/2005 9:40 am

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Modern Military & Medieval Knighthood

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wyvernrose 38F
3895 posts
7/8/2005 12:35 am

lol very true raptor. mystic doesn't believe in bare hand to hand combat, he insists on going armed!

WyvernRose


wyvernrose 38F
3895 posts
7/6/2005 9:03 pm

<<<<is thinking she should drop a hint to her bro about the insolent mystic......

WyvernRose


wyvernrose 38F
3895 posts
7/6/2005 9:00 pm

agree entirely funsailor

WyvernRose


LoyaltyandHonor 35M/31F
1241 posts
7/6/2005 2:45 pm

Look at history.

History shows without a doubt that all of the most famous warriors in the land were not actually military men.

Most of them became leaders first of the military through diplomacy and then became known for military might.

They fought dutring war, and did not run around during times of peace pretending to me a man in which they were not.


rm_indophilist 36M

7/6/2005 12:50 pm

oops. I mean't variance(as in the sd squared), not variation.


rm_indophilist 36M

7/6/2005 6:48 am

I don't get it.
How have "doctors, psychologists, and scientists . . . proven [that] the truly most honorable and passionate men in the world are the shy and quiet ones[?]" Please, name some of the studies. Did all of these studies have the same operational definitions for passionate and honorable? How are such intangibles as honorable and passionate measured? Were any of these controlled studies, quasi-experiments, longitudinal studies, or were they all surveys? Were projective tests such as the TAT or Rorschachs(sp?) used? Personality inventories--the MMPI or Dr. Leary's 16 dichotomy circumplex? Please, describe the standard distribution and give me the group
mean(s), variation/standard deviation(s), z-scores, and/or margin of error(s) for at least one of these studies.
You have me really confused on this one.


LoyaltyandHonor 35M/31F
1241 posts
7/6/2005 5:41 am

They don't even have the honor of a sword, they hide behind weapons of mass destruction. Then they complain when someone uses those very weapons against them.

The USA has used chemical weapons as well. Now they cry when another country uses them against us.


LoyaltyandHonor 35M/31F
1241 posts
7/6/2005 5:38 am

They are cowards...

I have met a lot of them and 6 of my relative are married to marines.

19 of my relatives were in the military. 6 of which fought in WW2.


wyvernrose 38F
3895 posts
7/5/2005 6:10 pm

You have no idea what goes on within the heads of active serviceman....

I suggest you keep your inaccurate musings to yourself on this one....

until you have actually been under fire, you have no idea, they have been and they know how they have responded.
their coping mechanisms of how to deal with what they experience is their own and has no relevance to their performance on the job. many of them simply have learnt to appreciate their own time more, and make the most of it, for the long days of hard slog aren't easy.

Until you even have a real job you have no idea....Military boys don't just work regular hours.....when they are at work it is days sometimes weeks before they can again really have their own time....

WyvernRose


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