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its really wierd that a lot of these soldiers have a lot of links to hot girls in the sidebars of their blogs

During my 4-year stint in the US Navy, I hardly had enough time to surf the Web. And I wasn't even serving in a theatre of war.

About once every two weeks, I would find the time to fire up Procomm Plus and login to my shell account to check mail.

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