True and Notso

Alright, wise guys.  How well do you know me?  One of these is true, and the other is notso.

  • Since I’m visually impaired, the U.S. Military wouldn’t take me.  I was born in Canada, however, giving me dual citizenship, so after high school I was able to join the Royal Canadian Airforce and fulfill my dream of working on a ground crew.
  • Since I’m visually impaired, the state of Minnesota was reluctant to give me a driver’s license.  Growing up on a farm near St. Hilaire, Minnesota, however, I drove all the time.  I’m proud to say I only hit a building once.

Which is the truth?

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7 Responses to True and Notso

  1. Joe says:

    Dual citizenship???!!! I’m wondering if the ONE you have is valid. I’m not sure if being born in Minnesota really counts.
    I’m going to have to go with the second. Although, there is some truth in the first. You are visually impaired, the Military wouldn’t accept you and Canada does exists, other than that the rest is lies all lies. HA HA

  2. David says:

    I’m with Joe, like a religion (don’t you wish I’d get off that topic?) there is truth in each statement!

  3. Sarah says:

    I say you’ve mixed your truths. You drove into a military building in Canada, the only way you knew of enlisting without going through a medical exam. As a result, you weren’t given a license to drive and the military wouldn’t accept you.

  4. tynels01 says:

    I say they’re both lies, the second being more true. Only one building??

  5. sarah says:

    you’re never going to tell us, are you?

  6. dalagest says:

    Never, Sarah. My lips are sealed. However, you might find evidence on the rear bumper of a 1972 Super Beetle rusting away in some junkyard in Northern Minnesota. Good luck!

  7. Jocelyn says:

    Totally the second one, Country Boy.

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