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What''s the best branch of the military to go into so they''ll pay for my college?

A:  All the branches offer the same benefits for after you leave service. These are administered by the Veterans Administration, not the military. You will really need to spend three years in the service to get the full Post 9/11 GI Bill benefit. And a lot of people join just for the benefits. Some end up staying for a career despite their original reason for joining. No branch or job in the military will prepare you to be a forensic anthropologist. But the benefits you receive will set you up for college. On the safety issue it is more to do with job than branch. You say, obviously not the Marines, but how much danger does a Marine cook or admin clerk see? No need to be rude especially to those who are just trolling. And sorry, DL I just don''t think I''m being an ***...

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What is the most ''combat'' job a woman can get in the air force?

A:  Security Forces- Air Force MP''s, you do base law enforcement, overseas you will do convoy''s , train foreign police, sometimes go on patrol. Aerial Gunner- believe it or not, this is a job open to women, you will either man the guns on a Helicopter, or you will load the guns on an AC-130. SERE Instructor- this is not a combat job, but its a tough job, training is very very hard, you will train people to survive in the wilderness, how to evade capture, how to resist, etc. and then theres being a fighter pilot, but you need to be an officer. I''d say fighter pilot too. But women can do SERE, which is a special forces branch. It''s the only special forces branch that allows women. You might see some combat over there. But if your all about combat, and that''s what...

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What''s the best (and most polite) way of telling everyone to suck a fat one?

A:  In light of my numerous violations from yesterday. This would be my answer ''Suck a 8//////////////D '' i believe the most polite way would be something like, ''Excuse me...Everyone, everyone. Could you all gather around here please? Oh, thank you very much. I apologize for taking up some of your precious time today, and appreciate you all getting together so quickly. Now could you all suck a fat throbbing cock, please? Ok, buh-bye. Thanks then, thanks.'' something like that. if you were a guy, i''d say photocopying your testicles on the company photocopier and putting a copy in everyone''s inbox would be nice, but alas, not such luck. maybe a picture of ACE''s weiner? ''Its like a penis, only smaller'' I''m taking tomorrow off too, but for the official record I have absolutely NO...

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What is the most important thing to you in marriage?

A:  For me, the most important thing in my marriage is knowing that my hubby has got my back no matter what. He doesn''t have to agree with me, most times he doesn''t, but as long as I know he''s there to watch my back then I have no worries. TRUST, Being Faithful, LOVE, and Talking. Always have time for the other person. Take a few minutes each day for the other person. If they come home from work from a hard day and have had a bad day. Let them VENT for say an hour But then they Have to give you the Same hour to listen to them. AND BE WILLING TO FORGIVE AND FORGET. My husband and I have been together 29 years. And NO they have NOT been perfect years. He has forced me to do things in 29 years I hate him for But I am sure I have done things he never approved of either. You must remember NONE...

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For people that have dated after divorce- has your divorced status limited the people you can date?

A:  Well just depends on if you are open to people who have been divorced as well cause that should open up alot of oppurtinities. The right person isn''t going to care about your past relationships only about your future together. Who knows maybe there is someone out there just like you who got divorced and is now looking for a meaningful relationship. It''s kinda like someone with kids some people don''t want the baggage. Just know that there is someone for everyone and you''ll soon find out that there is people out there who is on the same page as you. Just make sure to get over your divorce before trying to find someone new. There is some stigma attached to divorce...but usually only among very young people. (or highly religious) By and large, it usually will not affect dating at all. If...

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Ladies, what is the most romantic thing a man has ever said to you?

A:  You stay here and rest, I''ll go get your tampons for you. I''ll pick up dinner too while I''m out. Yes, I believed him. He actually did it! I believe actions speak louder than words. When dating my husband, he told me that we were going to take a ride. Little did I know that he had a picnic in the trunk of his car, a ride along the coast and a chance for me to see the ocean from one of the most beautiful spots In San Diego. The view was beautiful and the moment breathtaking... sometimes, it is the simple things that you remember which are romantic memories that last a life time. Let me put it in your butt for you. And I believed him. And he followed through. Twice daily for months. And no it is not what you are thinking. When I was pregnant I needed blood thinner shots in my butt twice a...

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Can I sue the county for defamation of character?

A:  Only if you can prove that someone did this to you with malice. Otherwise, no case. Government arms have immunity from this kind of thing unless there is an individual person you can prove was out to get you and the county was implicit in this charade. Eye witnesses are good enough evidence to suggest there was a good enough case to charge you. What happened next is on you. So, using the advice above, the only way you''d have a case at this juncture is if the police officer told the witness which photo to pick. ''the only evidence is from a lineup''. That makes it eye witness testimony, pretty much the best possible in a case such as this. Given that you were even INCLUDED In the lineup I''d assume you are, as they say ''known to police''? That would also explain such a relatively high...

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What''s the best way to shop for a refinance loan?

A:  First off, I want to say good question and good for you with doing some research first. You need to start with what it is that you want to accomplish. What is your main concern? IS it lower payment, lower interest rate only, shorter payoff, less interest, etc? Once you know that then you start shopping for a lender. I would recommend staying away from online shops like lendingtree.com. Just understand with online places you give out your information and then it is sold to several lenders to bid or compete for your business. This can result in several credit pulls, damaging your credit in the process and of course you will not be dealing with some one locally to answer your questions. I recommend finding a local lender so you can meet face to face, it is harder to rip somone off that you...

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Whats the youngest you can be to adopt a child?

A:  25 or older? really? good. you should spend some time being an adult before making adult decisions, but thats just my opinion. Usually it''s 25. If you''re 23 or 24, enjoy being young & free just a little longer. Go on vacation, enjoy being with your wife as a couple. (I''m assuming you''re a guy because of your name, & probably married if you''re thinking about adoption.) 25 will come before you know it. Most judges won''t look at someone under the age of 23 unless you are adopting a relative or your best friend''s baby. Legally, however, you can adopt at 21 although there are exemptions in most states for 18-21 when adopting either a family member or close friend''s baby. Here it is 21 yrs of age. Unfortunately most agencies want the parents to be 25 and older. I pray that everything...

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What is the time limit to sue for personal injury on the job?

A:  2 years from the date of injury, but you can''t sue your employer...if your claim is against your employer, you have to go through worker''s compensation....