Chico

#1
Newsflash........Chico is now MR Chico after not achieving the required standard on his 5th attempt at his DTO kit inspection...Shame. Be warned Newbies, only the best will make it!!
 
#4
I always thought kit inspections were also a way to get rid of the crap, if they dont want you there but you havent really done much wrong they can always use the kit inspections.
 
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guestm

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#9
I can't be arsed to trawl through my 4000 previous posts but, I believe I may have mentioned to young Cheeksofjism that he stood no chance.

I am, always, right.

Ha ha ha.
 
#10
Montigny-La-Palisse said:
I can't be arsed to trawl through my 4000 previous posts but, I believe I may have mentioned to young Cheeksofjism that he stood no chance.

I am, always, right.

Ha ha ha.
I think majority of us had thought the same.
but its still a shame if he could have hacked it he may have became a better man for it

but since its chico and he is no doubt viewing this scared to comment in case of ridicule..

YOU LOSER
 
#13
So?, no-one in his class was willing to give a hand and point him in the right direction (even after five attempts) and offer advice - not even the Class Instructor (seems to say much about his powers of Instruction doesn't it) ?

Even in the mighty G Spot, they were more helpful than that !

Obviously life has changed in the Andrew since I left, and says much for comradeship and being a mate, doesn't it?

And of the comments made , it seems that all of you must have had exceptionally smart Kit lay-outs every time......... ??
 
#14
Whitemouse that could've been the case but then you could have the opposite, he was given all the help he could possibly be offered without someone doing it for him yet he either didn't accept the help or just couldn't help himself.

After 5 attempts and being told where he was going wrong by the pick ups, something wasn't being done!
 
#15
whitemouse said:
So?, no-one in his class was willing to give a hand and point him in the right direction (even after five attempts) and offer advice - not even the Class Instructor (seems to say much about his powers of Instruction doesn't it) ?

Even in the mighty G Spot, they were more helpful than that !

Obviously life has changed in the Andrew since I left, and says much for comradeship and being a mate, doesn't it?

And of the comments made , it seems that all of you must have had exceptionally smart Kit lay-outs every time......... ??
You know all that for a fact do you??? Not only did Ganges teach me how to do a kit muster it also taught me not to jump to conclusions.
 
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guestm

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#16
whitemouse said:
So?, no-one in his class was willing to give a hand and point him in the right direction (even after five attempts) and offer advice - not even the Class Instructor (seems to say much about his powers of Instruction doesn't it) ?

Even in the mighty G Spot, they were more helpful than that !

Obviously life has changed in the Andrew since I left, and says much for comradeship and being a mate, doesn't it?

And of the comments made , it seems that all of you must have had exceptionally smart Kit lay-outs every time......... ??
Thank god it has changed, you throbber. He was clearly gash, dry your eyes.

Trainees are given every chance to reach the required standard, most of the time above and beyond what is considered reasonable. To fail at that stage speaks volumes of the trainee, not the trainer.
 
#17
If he came across to his instructors and his oppos as he did to most of us on here i wouldnt be suprised if he didnt get any help.
Maybe it was his lack of personality or the inability to recieve rather than transmit now and again that failed him.
 
#18
Montigny-La-Palisse said:
whitemouse said:
So?, no-one in his class was willing to give a hand and point him in the right direction (even after five attempts) and offer advice - not even the Class Instructor (seems to say much about his powers of Instruction doesn't it) ?

Even in the mighty G Spot, they were more helpful than that !

Obviously life has changed in the Andrew since I left, and says much for comradeship and being a mate, doesn't it?

And of the comments made , it seems that all of you must have had exceptionally smart Kit lay-outs every time......... ??
Thank god it has changed, you throbber. He was clearly gash, dry your eyes.

Trainees are given every chance to reach the required standard, most of the time above and beyond what is considered reasonable. To fail at that stage speaks volumes of the trainee, not the trainer.
Boom boom boom boom....another one bites the dust.... 8O
 
#20
I guess the military lifestyle was not for him. As i dont wish anyone to fail, but for gods sake, i was not the perfect recruit at the time, but five attempts is a bit of a piss take considering everytime you fail they tell you what needs to improve, what needs to be done etc which leads me to to think that he was not taking any of the comments on board, and just carried on regardless.
 
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