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Well done! Congratulations, West!

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Congratulations

However i will not add you untill i am certain of your name.

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Congratulations Westcoast Smile

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Congratulations WestCoast..... Let's see... SAS_West or SAS_Coast.....

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Congrats.

Military life is having a plan. Then a new plan. Then another plan. Then the first plan. Then a brand new plan only to go back to the 2nd plan. 

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Welcome in the SC! You can choose something like SAS_WC too.

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I remember we used to have a member named SAS_TheW

He never told us what it stood for. I guess we will never know.

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Congratulations WC

Can i recommend Lav as a new name lol. JK

Welcome to your Cadetship, learn all you can !

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Congrats bro! Welcome to the SC Dirol

Good luck with the name selection course as well lol

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Thanks everyone!

I am very grateful of this opportunity and will make the most of it!

I spent quite a bit of time debating on my new name yesterday...and probably wouldn't have chosen it if it was just me, but Walker loved 'West' and Ranger liked it as well, so I decided to go with that!

Told some of you guys about this one already...but a negatory on WC...apparently it means toilet in Germany. Hehe, Walker and Lodige informed me of that one (and thanks to you as well Sniper lol). Plus it's not a two-lettered name that flows off the tongue like JB or something heh...

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Downloading RvS off Steam right now!

Hope to meet the rest of you guys soon!

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actually it also means toilet in english, WC stands for Water Closet

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congrats west Wink

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This thread has gone down the drain, as it were.

So I might as well conclude it with a history lesson..

Thomas Crapper (1836-1910) did exist and is credited with improving the functionality of the early flush toilet (or "water closet," as it was then called).

Sir John Harrington came up with the idea and installed an early working prototype in the palace of Queen Elizabeth I, his godmother.

The first flushing water closet was made by Alexander Cummings in 1775, sixty years before Thomas Crapper was even born.

Thomas Crapper was apprenticed to a master plumber at the age of 14. He owned his own plumbing shop in London by the time he was 25. Crapper was never knighted, so it's a mystery why storytellers consistently award him the title "Sir."

Nicknames like "The John" are due to the inventor.
"The Crapper" was a model of a toilet with modifications made by Thomas Crapper and has also become slang for a toilet.

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This thread has gone down the drain, as it were.

So I might as well conclude it with a history lesson..

Thomas Crapper (1836-1910) did exist and is credited with improving the functionality of the early flush toilet (or "water closet," as it was then called).

Sir John Harrington came up with the idea and installed an early working prototype in the palace of Queen Elizabeth I, his godmother.

The first flushing water closet was made by Alexander Cummings in 1775, sixty years before Thomas Crapper was even born.

Thomas Crapper was apprenticed to a master plumber at the age of 14. He owned his own plumbing shop in London by the time he was 25. Crapper was never knighted, so it's a mystery why storytellers consistently award him the title "Sir."

Nicknames like "The John" are due to the inventor.
"The Crapper" was a model of a toilet with modifications made by Thomas Crapper and has also become slang for a toilet.

Ooooh...this is much more interesting than the my current history class lectures hehe...more more!

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