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  1. #1
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    Several Government Jobs, Fort Bragg, NC

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    That place is a dump,worked out there a few weeks ago nastiest military base I have ever been on.

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    Quote Originally Posted by captinsano View Post
    That place is a dump,worked out there a few weeks ago nastiest military base I have ever been on.
    I spent 4 years there- didn't think it was that bad.

    Fayetteville was a hole....

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    Quote Originally Posted by neophytes serendipity View Post
    I spent 4 years there- didn't think it was that bad.

    Fayetteville was a hole....
    You mean FayetteNAM?
    Silent Service........ Death From Below!

    Somewhere in Kansas, a town found a village idiot!

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    Thats the place.

    When I was there, very few stores (electronics, cars, etc) had prices posted in complete numbers- just in monthly payments.

    Prices at food stores sure seemed to creep up on the GI pay cycles...

    I thought Al Khobar appreciated American money more than Fayetteville... you *knew* you were being screwed, but at least they were nice about it, unlike in NC on US soil.

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    Fayetteville is just like any other town- there's good and bad. It's what you make of it. Fayetteville is actually a pretty good town to live in. I'm originally from Boston-could tell you about the bad parts you don't want to be caught in after dark. I could also tell you about all the historic sites you should visit. What the visitors to any town see is usually very limited in what that particular city or town has to offer. I'll bet everyone slamming Fayetteville never got past Rick's Lounge,Bragg Boulevard,or any of the other places soldiers or contractors frequent. I'm sure that if I visited your town I could find plenty of things that suck about where you live. That being said I just want to state that I don't work for the chamber of commerce or the local visitor's bureau.

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    Yes, Fayetteville is nicer further away from the base.

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    Cco.2/325 and late Recon 2/325. what about yourself? I apologize for the hijacking.

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    525MI / 319 Airborne.... can't remember company right now.

    Yes, I know MI is an oxymoron


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    Sorry if you thought I was slammin Fayetteville.
    I have lived in Goldsboro and the outerbanks a good portion of my life.... I was only repeating what I have heard.... Heck even out here we have out problems and I am sure as do other supposed nice places.
    BTW... Thanks for serving guys!

    US Submarines...... BTDT!
    Silent Service........ Death From Below!

    Somewhere in Kansas, a town found a village idiot!

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