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Drool wrote:Just how much stone working do the Masons do? How often does Rotary International switch meeting locations between member homes?
Oktobermensch wrote:I think its the same as having "Marines".
clippedwolf wrote:The desert in "Desert Rangers" is part of their history and origins, I think they would be proud to keep it.
You know, typing that I couldn't help but think that the front line rangers might have a derogatory name for everyone who sits back at HQ: "Dessert Rangers".
I raise the point about _Desert_ Rangers because it's as innocuous as having a US Navy Shipyard in the middle of the Mojave. Or Alpine troops having their HQ in Kansas.
Drool wrote:Also, I don't personally see them expanding enough that the majority of their territory is non-desert. Of course, I wouldn't have expected them to move into California, either. Perhaps there's something that needs to be dealt with, and setting up a new center is more akin to setting up a FOB as opposed to attempting to conquer southern California.
Drool wrote:Texas is weird.
CaptainPatch wrote:Why was the word "Desert" connected to the name "Rangers" in the first place? I thought it was obvious that the intent was to describe "where we work and live". And to differentiate themselves from the US Army Rangers to which they, quite frankly, they had a stronger connection. That is to say, "We are NOT the US Army (anymore)."
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