posted on Mar, 23 2004 @ 06:47 AM
Good point. We shall grant him the 48 hour time period.
NavSpecWar wannabe. Be advised that starting in 10 minutes from the time of this post you will have a 48 hour time period, in which you will be
authorized to remove your custom line without further action being taken. In the event that you do not comply, and refuse to remove your custom line,
personnel overseas will be notified, who will in turn obtain your name and will post it on the Wall of Shame.
If you think it is impossible to obtain your name, think again. You want to be the best? Well, the best is what you found, only you aren't it. We
have the best technology available, and unlimited access to databases normally unavailable to civilians not "affiliated". \\\
This is your warning. I will check back on your profile in 48 hours, and if your "Navy SEAL" is not gone, you will be scarred for life. You cannot
change what is on the Wall of Shame. Once a name is posted, it stays. The only way you can get your name off of it is to become a SEAL, which will
never happen, simply because of the fact that you were on the W of S beforehand.
If you really want to be a SEAL, and have any kind of career in the Navy, take heed to my advice...