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(Mirror.co.uk)   How unruly are the students at a school in Blackpool, England? They've had to call in the Marines. "The military team are working to improve health and wellbeing, as well as attendance and punctuality"   ( mirror.co.uk) divider line
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2014-03-29 09:13:19 AM  
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2014-03-29 11:12:37 AM  
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Yeah, but these are British Marines, it's not the same culture as American Marines.  Don't get me wrong, the Brits are not bad guys, but if you watch documentaries on their training, their leaders come across as councilors, while the American ones go the sociopath route.  Of course that could just be for the benefit of the BBC audiences.
2014-03-29 10:59:54 AM  
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They need my old drill sergeant, he was a very good motivator.  My senior drill sergeant was a great motivator, too.  On the first day of basic, he told us we would be the honor company of the training cycle or he would kill us.  We soon learned he meant it, and we were the honor company.  Maybe today's snowflakes need a little more discipline, instead of constant hand holding, both in school and at home.

/Strict discipline didn't hurt me a bit, even though at 63, I still have that twitch I picked up in high school.
2014-03-29 09:15:20 AM  
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Ya call this a post, maggot????
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