Red Coat Yoga
- LOL I'm happy to see someone has a great sence of humor.
> --- In WarOf1812@yahoogroups.com, "Gord_1812" <gord_1812@y...>wrote:
> > Show me how to do the drill we need to be safe and I'll be therehas
> > every time. Show me how to march on colors or how to stand at a
> > church parade and I'll be off on a ice run. Unless there is a
> unsafe way to stand. :)
> Actually there is. Many a novice in marching band or the military
> collapsed in the ranks from locking their knees while standing atYep learned it the hard way in Cadets.
> Someone might want to hold a safety class on this. And you know
> sooner or later, the NPS will write strict regulations on it and
> require anyone who stands at attention on their site to go through
> their certification course. You'll have to walk around for at least
> minutes between standing at attention and do several yoga positionsHey guys Deb is only joking!!! Out down the pens!
> just to make sure that you are completely limber before standing at
> attention again.
- In a message dated 30/08/2003 9:32:39 PM, kevin.windsor@... writes:
> If some guy hasn't drilled in years I don't want him standing anywhere nearAh, well then. Historic accuracy be damned. What ya think them 16 year old
officers would a been a-doing? Dance class? (Well, yes, actually...)
What ya think Sergeants are for?
A Major, and damn proud of it!
And...bow, 2, 3 ...and turn 2,3... and shift 2, 3... and take hands 2,3...
THE Thin Red Line
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