Originally Posted by HoustonScott
Oh, I did 29 years on active duty in the US military and retired an Officer. Oh, second I was Officer in Charge of a recruiting office that covered half of California, and that would not make it, you must have gotten the certified copy of the birth certificate to come into the Marines.
Hmm, an officer and OIC of a recruiting station.... Makes perfect sense.... I think that explains a lot
(Just kidding about the officer thing; just a little joke we enlisted had about officers when I was in....)
Originally Posted by jeremyc74
That ABSOLUTLY is a state birth certificate. If you can't read what it says at right at the top of it, then YOU'RE hopeless.
As a matter of fact, I can't believe I'm even having a debate like this with someone who can't even figure out the difference between the word "your" and "you're", and in YOU ARE. Did you write like that when you were an officer in charge of a recruiting office? And exactly what rank were you when you retired? It's hard for me to believe that someone with your level of writing skills was actually an officer in the Armed Forces.
I got into the Marine Corps with a certificate just like that, and I also got a passport with one.
Get a grip man, your entire argument is based on complete and utter BS, and it's obvious for anyone to see.
I have to agree with you on this one.... I can't believe people are still stuck on this.