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Monday, September 26, 2005

Saving Private DNA

In Estonia we have compulsory military service. Why do I mention this?
Drill instructor: Why are you in the army, Private?
Me: Three reasons, sir!
Me: One - I'm patriotic, two - I love my country, and three - they nailed me.

Yes, that's right: in a little over two weeks I'm off to the army. I'm in for 12 weeks of basic training, 6 weeks of specialty training and 17 weeks of unit training. 8 months in all.

Just so you don't freak out when the blog falls relatively silent in two weeks.

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Anonymous ilyka said...

Be safe, have fun, and don't do anything dumb like shoot your own foot off.

Blogger dr.dna said...

i'll try :P

Blogger Jens-Olaf said...

And save your first impressions, blog this, we are just curious.

Anonymous ErwinJ said...

Like it was said earlier: Have fun with it!

It can be a drag at times. But just think of the stories you'll be able to tell.

Best of luck to you.

Blogger Den Kutteklædte Hævner said...

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Blogger Den Kutteklædte Hævner said...

The army is much more fun when you're out of it :D
Trust me, I have been there.

You get to know a whole lot of different people and you get some good friends.

And once you're finished with the army, what you will look back at will be all the fun times and not all the times on guard in the mud at half past three in the night in some freakin' forrest in the middle of nowhere.

Look forward to cool stuff like: explosions :D, smuggling candy and cigarettes in your gun (I smuggled several candybars in the hollow part of the "armpart") when going on survival training, wild parties with the mates (but be careful not to party to hard, you want to be sober in the morning if you're going shootin') and all the young ladies who simply looooove a guy in uniform.


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