Matchmaking still taking forever


Maybe, really I don’t care one way or the other… I am just trying to hand you an olive branch…


Let her be a LITTLE grumpy, that’s normal with that age :exclamation:



When I enlisted in Navy I was studying Law. I did 4 years of Advocacy and then I dedicated myself to Archeology. So everything I studied was while I was in Navy. They respected me a lot for that. My work was always administration. I came to have a position of trust.


You would of been a clerk in the US navy probably a LS. LS is Logistic Support it’s a type of S rating.
I was an MS Mess Management Specialist also a S rating. Supply by the way is S, anything that deals with people falls into the supply rates.


Yes, but Advocacy obviously was not my vocation or I would have finished my degree. finally bit me the duck of Ancient Egypt.


I wanted to get into Archaeology or maybe paleontology (i collect fossils), but I decided to become an architect. I didn’t want to teach.


Casey Ryback? :eyes:


This is a Carcharodontosaurus tooth. It is from the Late Cretaceous period; about 85 million years ago. It is my favorite fossili in my collection.

better pic my cam sucks at small things.


I investigate, don´t teach. I’m a Documentalist. Although sometimes I made some conferences. The last one was a video-conference for the University of Lima and I was very nervous because I had never done a video-conference …


I used to do field work when I lived in Montana but not so much here in Virginia.


I got out my macro cam it’s made to take pics of small things and added a quarter so you can get a grasp on the size this would of been in the mid of the right side of the jaw. It is kind of a rare fossil they ranged through Egypt .


Do you know where it comes from?


It is from the Bahariya Formation / Oasis in Egypt. is a great site too haha.


In the area of El-Fayum is where you can find the oldest paleontological records.


I always wanted to visit Wadi Al-Hitan.
The oceanic fossils there are incredible.


I read it is interesting :slight_smile:


*boat army where you just chill on a big boat and get paid


I was never in a boat more than when I did the practices in exams for promotion. My work was always administrative.


Boot, A, and C school took almost a year, I was a plank owner on the Ronald Reagan CVN 76 I did 3 years on her. I went in at 18 got out right before I turned 23.

Plank owner means I was part of her first crew.


What I regret is that I retired without having made the trip to Antarctica…

We had a joke with that. When someone behaved badly we said “I’m going to send you to count penguins to Antarctica” … but I would have loved to go count penguins to Antarctica!