Mel Gibson’s “The Passion of the Christ” opened on Ash Wednesday, Feb. 25, 2004, immediately sparking the biggest religious-based movie controversy since … well, perhaps since Martin Scorsese’s “The Last Temptation of Christ” (1988). An all-consuming labor of love for director/co-writer Gibson (to say the least), “Passion” chronicles the last 12 hours in the life […]

Mel Gibson’s “The Passion of the Christ” opened on Ash Wednesday, Feb. 25, 2004, immediately sparking the biggest religious-based movie controversy since … well, perhaps since Martin Scorsese’s “The Last Temptation of Christ” (1988). An all-consuming labor of love for director/co-writer Gibson (to say the least), “Passion” chronicles the last 12 hours in the life […]

tillerman35:

Date: 1982-01-20
From: Wanda M. Costen
"Cdt Cooper did a very poor job at calling minutes this morning.  He also did not know his 4c knowledge.  He needs to review his medals."
Wanda, the Scourge of the Quad, again.  She had a habit of making you call the minutes while standing nose-to-nose with you.  Apparently, she thought it was calming and not in any way distracting.

When I was a yearling, I don’t think I ever took a 4C from a plebe.  I took a few as a cow and firstie, but don’t think I filled them out. It was more to strike fear in the plebe.

tillerman35:

Date: 1982-01-20

From: Wanda M. Costen

"Cdt Cooper did a very poor job at calling minutes this morning.  He also did not know his 4c knowledge.  He needs to review his medals."

Wanda, the Scourge of the Quad, again.  She had a habit of making you call the minutes while standing nose-to-nose with you.  Apparently, she thought it was calming and not in any way distracting.

When I was a yearling, I don’t think I ever took a 4C from a plebe.  I took a few as a cow and firstie, but don’t think I filled them out. It was more to strike fear in the plebe.

tillerman35:

Date: 1983-11-01
From: Stephen J. Steffes
"Mister Cooper must learn to keep things tucked away in his pocket so they can’t be seen.  Repeated correction."
Cadet Steffes takes a brief break from obsessing over the condition of my shoes to repeatedly check out my pants pockets.  Not that there’s anything wrong with that…

Epic! Stephen Steffes was one of my classmates.  Funny thing when I saw Steve he was always smiling!

tillerman35:

Date: 1983-11-01

From: Stephen J. Steffes

"Mister Cooper must learn to keep things tucked away in his pocket so they can’t be seen.  Repeated correction."

Cadet Steffes takes a brief break from obsessing over the condition of my shoes to repeatedly check out my pants pockets.  Not that there’s anything wrong with that…

Epic! Stephen Steffes was one of my classmates.  Funny thing when I saw Steve he was always smiling!