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Selective Service letters

Discussion in 'Channel Zero' started by Dick Quickwood, Mar 23, 2005.

  1. Dick Quickwood

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    Selective Service letters

    Discussion started by Dick Quickwood - Mar 23, 2005

    i think i got one because i filled out an application for a college grant. anyone else get one? they already have my social security number, do they go after people who don't fill them out?
     
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  2. boogie hands

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    boogie hands - Replied Mar 23, 2005

    im fairly sure everyone who turns 18 gets one of these.

    on a side note i never got my confirmation letter after i sent mine in.....ive been meaning to check up on that for a few years now but it somehow keeps getting bumped off my "to do" list....
     
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    oneeightyone - Replied Mar 23, 2005

    yea, everyone gets one, you could just call in to get the confirmation, it's a little card that looks like a bank account reminder tab.

    that's basically it.
     
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    villain - Replied Mar 23, 2005

    Anybody hear about this?
     
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  5. BIGMETALCIRCUS - Replied Mar 23, 2005

    if you don't send those bad boys in, and you happen to get pulled over, that shit can show up and its just cause for arrest. i don't think you have to do it if you are an only child though.
     
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    effyoo - Replied Mar 23, 2005

    i'm a foreigner. whats a selective service letter?
     
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    You have to do it at 18 no matter how many siblings you have.
     
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    Kr430n5_666 - Replied Mar 24, 2005

    I heart kiwis forever
     
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    Yeah, kiwi's are pretty good.
     
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    8onus - Replied Mar 24, 2005

    that is some fucking bull shit.
    seriously, if there was a draft, i would go without hesitation, as a low income child in a low income neighborhood i definatly received loads of government support, not to mention they are paying for me to go college as we speak. i would owe it to go if i was called.

    but where the fuck does the administration and lawmakers get the nerve to release a child's, not an adult, a mother fucking inocent child's, information to the military. scince when did this country foresee thier soilders when they still shat themselves. fuck this. fuck bush, fuck kerry, fuck this big brother bullshit and fuck walden books..im out
     
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    The Leader - Replied Mar 24, 2005

    ^I'm sure they were able to access it before too. This just made it "legal"
     
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    8onus - Replied Mar 24, 2005

    wouldn't surprise me.

    this just the way they pased the very unconstitutional R.A.V.E act when they slipped it into AMBER Alert.

    i dont like rolling doushe bags with oversized neon pants...but what the fuck did they have to do with child violators.
     
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    The Leader - Replied Mar 24, 2005

    You basically *have* to send a letter to the army when you turn 18 to notify them you are 18 and able to serve.
     
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    SF1 - Replied Mar 24, 2005

    correctinon: Able to be DRAFTED.

    Anybody hear bout how they just changed the leagal draft age from 26 to 30-something? Now why would they go through all that trouble if they werent prepareing to start the draft back up??? :rolleyes:

    And another thing, if every 18 year old threw out their draft form what would they do about it? lock up every 18+ year old in the country? No, they wouldn't be able to and they would shit themselves and rethink what they doing and do a 180 just to appease us out of rebelion.
     
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