I totally know why
I know who you are.
Luzi. I videochatted
with you a couple of
times in the infj tiny
chat room. That's
why I recognize you.
I'm pretty sure I was
just "b" in there. Unless
I had moved on to
Martia by that time.
Lol, that sounds like fun
It actually looks like you put a decent amount of effort into the construction of your costume.
I always come up with these really cool costume ideas for Halloween and such, but I never follow through, or like you, I'll procrastinate, and then it'll be like half done.(So I usually end up just making up something completely different at the last minute)
I'm in Australia... from what I know, there's no age limit here, well, unless you're a senior citizen maybe. I just want to do exactly what I want at all times, with no commitment to anyone or anything, whilst being handsomely remunerated financially - is that too much to ask?! Good luck with your career man.
Well I applaud you for going ahead with it, certainly has my respect, because if it's anything like here you've got to make a certain commitment of x years. It's still something I might do down the track.
Well I thought about it a long time myself, went very close to joining, hence my interest. I don't think I could cope with the bureaucracy and the "we" culture though. In saying that, the edgy and intense way of military life is very very appealing.
That IS an interesting thought. Perhaps the 9th cheveron is a "Special Code" chevron, used in accessing special interest or secret locations, or connecting to other types of hardware that use the Stargate network. Supergates, and the like? (Not that there's any practical application for that other than the time they destroyed the Ori ship with the resulting wormhole vortex, but leaving open the possibility of other types of Stargate hardware LIKE a Supergate.)
Which gave me another thought... Perhaps it's used to connect to space gates that don't HAVE a particular planet, and just represent locations of interest found in deep space, possibly between the galaxies?
But, anyway, thanks for the warm welcome, it means a lot to me.