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Old 05-23-2009, 09:01 PM
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Ok...so when I said I was 95% sure that there was coffee....I was 100% WRONG. I talked to my soldier, and he said that several DS's didn't allow the guys to have coffee b/c it dehydrates you. So, good luck weening yourself off of it in time! And sorry for the false sense of hope!

I can ask my guy what the guys drank instead for the caffeine! I'll let you know when I can!
****, you're kidding me! dang, i don't drink pop or anything, pretty much just coffee, water, milk, gatorade, and beer, lol. i can probably wean myself off it though, i hope
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Old 05-23-2009, 11:27 PM
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Can't think of anytimein basic where you have any leisure for coffee.

Meals generally are "get in sit down, eat up, get out and train affairs."

You also will not get a personal drill sgt.

There will be a mob of them giving you good, if not fatherly advice.
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