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tlr online
01-03-05, 01:03
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Have a great March. http://www.tombraiderforums.com/images/smilies/smile.gif

Joseph
01-03-05, 01:22
Thanks tlr! Wanna join? :D

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[ 01. March 2005, 01:38: Message edited by: joseph ]

tlr online
01-03-05, 01:27
Perhaps some other time. http://www.tombraiderforums.com/images/smilies/smile.gif

TopCat.TopBeing
01-03-05, 04:46
Spring! http://www.tombraiderforums.com/images/smilies/wave.gif

croft28
01-03-05, 05:44
FINALLY!......Summer ends in Australia!, the horrible humidity ends http://www.tombraiderforums.com/images/smilies/smile.gif

Did everyone know that Easter is in March this year.

Neteru
01-03-05, 10:21
Well, Happy March tlr. http://www.tombraiderforums.com/images/smilies/wave.gif

[EDIT] I've only just got your picture Joseph... Marching :rolleyes: god I'm slow this morning :D http://www.tombraiderforums.com/images/smilies/wave.gif

[ 01. March 2005, 10:22: Message edited by: Neteru ]

Bokkie
01-03-05, 11:09
Still snow in Serbia, currently -11C.

But, what the heck. Long live Spring :D

SpArKy
01-03-05, 11:35
Orr thanks. I carnt wait till June, 3 years of college finished. Then i will be marching to Uni hopefully to get a better life, lmao.

Plus i carnt wait for the summer and good old Britis h summer and our famous pub culture in the beer gardens all day and night :D lmao http://www.tombraiderforums.com/images/smilies/jumper.gif

Nicky
01-03-05, 12:03
Happy 1st March from rainy and cloudy Athens http://www.tombraiderforums.com/images/smilies/wave.gif

Draco
01-03-05, 12:12
Rainy and cloudy here in Vegas too.

But to hell with sunshine hehe.

SpArKy
01-03-05, 12:16
Nicky is it true in your country the men have to serve a minimum of 3 years in the army, or something along those lines. As a friend of mine comes from Greece and he was brought here when he was first born and lived here all his life, now he has recieved a letter saying he has to return to serve in the Army. I think it was Greece he said.

[ 01. March 2005, 12:17: Message edited by: SpArKy ]

Nicky
01-03-05, 13:07
Sparky http://www.tombraiderforums.com/images/smilies/wave.gif No, it's not true. The obligatory military service in Greece lasts 12 months. It may be reduced even more in some special cases (ie, if the guy comes from a family with many children, if there is no father in the family so the son is considered the 'head' of the family... etc).

SpArKy
01-03-05, 13:50
Oh right, glad i dont live there. Some people just arnt born for the army, thats a fact. I mean look at Bill Gates, lmao.

knienie
01-03-05, 14:02
Great march to you guys too...
*grabs "no"board and joins Josephs line...
Just a little while, than this horrable frosty wintern(It's snowing here for weeks now... It's not much but it's very slippery..*thanks busline*) and I can grab my summer clothes ... http://www.tombraiderforums.com/images/smilies/clown.gif

[ 01. March 2005, 14:05: Message edited by: little angel ]

SpArKy
01-03-05, 14:17
Sorry Nicky i miss read your post, the word 'Obligatory' ha ha. Anyway if thats true is he lying saying he has to go back then?

Nicky
01-03-05, 14:55
Originally posted by SpArKy:
Anyway if thats true is he lying saying he has to go back then? Not sure what you mean, Sparky :confused: The military service is obligatory in Greece for all males above 18 years of age. If someone doesn't serve, then he is punished - unless he has a very serious reason for not being able to serve, of course. If your friend is registered as a greek citizen, he will be obliged to do his military service as soon as he comes to Greece.

Mark Garcia
01-03-05, 15:45
Happy March! YAY, today just started the "mascletą". :D

SpArKy
01-03-05, 17:54
Sorry i am confusing myself now, right!

So they have to join for atleast a year and serve for there country, my friend was born in Greece yes. So yes it seems he will have to go back for a year.

To be honest i would of thought because he has lived here for his whole life. Then that would of been a good enough reason why he shouldnt have to go.

Henhead
01-03-05, 22:31
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ELEN
01-03-05, 22:54
Happy 1st March http://www.tombraiderforums.com/images/smilies/wave.gif

Sparky, your friend was born in Greece, but does he actually have a Greek nationality? It doesn't matter if he was born here. What counts is if your friend is a Greek citizen (even if he lives in England or another country). As far as I know (because both my father and brother serve the army), if your friend has a Greek natonality, as soon as he comes to Greece, the authorities will "catch" him and ask him to go to the army. Believe me, he'll have to have a strong excuse for not going to the army.

Originally posted by croft28:

Did everyone know that Easter is in March this year. 1st May for Orthodox Christians. For Catholic, Easter is one week before http://www.tombraiderforums.com/images/smilies/smile.gif

[ 01. March 2005, 22:57: Message edited by: ELEN ]

SpArKy
01-03-05, 23:21
Well thats the thing ELEN, he is going he has to otherwise he will get arrested. They sent him a letter to his address telling him. I am not 100% on details but thats what i have gathered.