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Chevy82  
#601 Posted : Sunday, September 03, 2017 2:18:59 PM(UTC)
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Originally Posted by: Kaliino Go to Quoted Post
Originally Posted by: Chevy82 Go to Quoted Post
If Kaliino deleted his posts that were argumentative and full of quotes so people wouldn't be burdened by them, why has he left no posts that are helpful? What Kaliino has done is create a facade pretending people are overwhelmingly in support of him via PM, whereas no one has come forth and thanked his posts or supported him. They don't exist. It is fiction.

This philanthropic version of Kaliino where he is trying to help others also does not exist. For someone who wishes to help others, as previously stated he has gone through great lengths to delete his whiny, crybaby tirades. Why not start a thread with ALL the info you have? One master post? Because you either do not have information we already don't have, or you are holding onto this information for your little "circle of trust" of make-believers who think there is actually an "us vs them" in this thread.

Kaoline - For someone who claims to be combat deployed and experienced in HUMINT, you have zero ability to communication with humans and understand anything to do with communicating with others. You have offered no help to anyone, you are disrespectful, and you legitimately believe the lies that you say. You are malicious, you are a board killer, and you try to pretend that someone has affronted you. You are not a victim of this forum. Rather, you are a spoiled and toxic man child who has preyed on the hopes that others will fade away so you can continue to crawl back and suckle on others for attention.

As an officer and former NCO in the Army, I can safely say that you do not possess the wherewithal or character to be in a position of such magnitude. It is people like you that have truly resulted in the failure of missions, dissolution of teams, and the death of Americans. You were rejected from remaining in the military, you were sidelined with DIA, you were pulled over while drinking and for littering, probably smoking more than a cigarette, and you sent nasty, uncontrolled hate mail to the CPC, you answered the phone like someone who has zero communicative etiquette (which you have displayed here), you then proceeded to lash out at others on this forum saying their service "doesn't count", and that fellow veterans are "stolen valor". I have never claimed anything that isn't fact on my behalf, no have others in this forum. Despite what you think about me, I have served my country, I have worked on order in an intelligence center, and I am very proud of my service.

Kaliino, I have been in the business of leading men for quite a number of years, and have hired and fired quite a few as a Fortune 300 manager. I sincerely apologize to you that you have got this far in life believing you are as entitled as you are. The operational tempo for reserve units to deploy simply isn't there. Thats out of my control. DIA did not hire me for my reserve experience, they hired me because I am probably several years younger than you with several more years-worth of maturity and ability to communicate with others - the crux of this organization and its mission.

Kaliino - You were rejected from an entry level intelligence position on the basis that you do not have the mental capacity or social abilities to interact with others, and DIA has learned this and rejected you. Withdrew your application? A silly cover story. Not likely. These are probably the same ground you were either rejected reenlistment from or "decided" to get out of the Army (if you ever served), because you cannot communicate or interact with others, and have a deficit of mental fortitude. Book knowledge of intelligence is free for study on JKO. Tradecraft can be taught. No one needs that experience to thrive at DIA. From childhood, however, we are taught social interaction and communicative skills. You missed this portion, or you failed at it highly. Unfortunately, a likely demographic leg up probably precluded your need to actually ever accomplish anything on your own merit or ability to work with teams. Because of this, you are no longer a part of this nations military, or the hiring pool.

Because you are no longer a cleared candidate for consideration with this organization, and because no one on this thread or forum has stated they value your input, I suggest you do indeed ***** off to your greener pastures as Auspex stated.

I like the part about "drinking while driving".

The subtle racism wasn't that bad either.

"Unfortunately, a likely demographic leg up..."

You have made your fellow Trump supporters proud.


What racism? The demographic refers to your espousing your status as a "combat veteran" every five seconds and claiming you are the missing link to all DIA's problems.

Tells a lot about you that you pulled the race card out of that.
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#602 Posted : Sunday, September 03, 2017 2:57:07 PM(UTC)
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Kaliino, are you related to Ben Rhodes by any chance?
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#603 Posted : Sunday, September 03, 2017 3:08:39 PM(UTC)
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Um, hey, you guys?

You know how Google recommends search phrases based on the first word or first few words of what you type in the google search box or browser bar?

Try typing in Kaliino.

See what happens.

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Spoiler alert, it pops up one single suggestion: a Russian phrase - калийное удобрение - kaliynoye udobreniye, potash fertilizer. Potash is produced by basically scorching the earth. It's biomass combustion byproduct. Kaliino is pronounced the same as kaliynoye, but doesn't give away the meaning of the name as obviously.

Hilariously, I think Kaliino may actually be a Russian troll. Or a troll who knows Russian. Hahahaha!

It's like the opposite of an online honeypot, it's an online *****pot!

But thanks for the easter egg, dude. I should have noticed it earlier.

Edited by user Sunday, September 03, 2017 3:38:38 PM(UTC)  | Reason: Not specified

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someoldguy  
#604 Posted : Sunday, September 03, 2017 3:39:28 PM(UTC)
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blin! da ty chto!
DISCLAIMER: You read it on an open internet forum :)
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auspex  
#605 Posted : Sunday, September 03, 2017 5:45:49 PM(UTC)
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Originally Posted by: someoldguy Go to Quoted Post
blin! da ty chto!


Too late, dude. We already know you're definitely not a demoralize/destabilize troll. And also when I google your username it doesn't inscrutably provide a Russian phrase in the recommendation dropdown that is unconnected to search results, which is super interesting because recommendations aren't policed by Google's ML defenses the same way it does against SEOs and other means of influencing google results.

I mean overall, it's just kind of an interesting and weird outcome. I've demo'd it to some people who find it interesting, but I doubt they'll tell me anything about where their own curiosity takes them.
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#606 Posted : Tuesday, September 05, 2017 4:26:47 AM(UTC)
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Good morning all,

I hope you all had a good holiday, now the real work begins. I hope you all are safe first and foremost. Secondly, im praying for some movement for e veryone involved and thats waiting for there next step in the process. Third, football is upon us so count your blessings lol! Im sending positive vibes to everyone and Ill check back later on this week to see how everyone is progressing...Take care
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#607 Posted : Tuesday, September 05, 2017 8:31:27 AM(UTC)
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Question: What are possible reasons (DIA centric) that will delay a FJO after bidding and selection?

Insight is appreciated.

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auspex  
#608 Posted : Tuesday, September 05, 2017 8:46:18 AM(UTC)
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Originally Posted by: Jayne Hero of Canton Go to Quoted Post
Question: What are possible reasons (DIA centric) that will delay a FJO after bidding and selection?

Insight is appreciated.


Multiple. This happened to someoldguy and it was because his billet is interesting.

Could be waiting on the change of the fiscal year, could be your position is determined but they're still deciding where your billet will be, etc.

No telling for sure but it's probably nothing to worry about, just Yet More Waiting.
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#609 Posted : Tuesday, September 05, 2017 10:42:04 AM(UTC)
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Anyone know anything about first offers being COCOMs? I put down DC/ Capitol Region as my first choice but it sounds like I may be being bid on by a COCOM. I don't reallllly want to move all the way there for my first assignment especially so long term, but I'm afraid if I were to turn it down it would either hurt my chances in the hiring pool or I'd have to keep waiting another couple months for another offer.

Any insights into how easy they make it to move/whether it's worth it to take it because it helps your career a lot?
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#610 Posted : Tuesday, September 05, 2017 10:49:39 AM(UTC)
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@hopefulhire-----Your inbox is full big dawg....
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#611 Posted : Tuesday, September 05, 2017 10:56:44 AM(UTC)
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@hopefulhire-----Your inbox is full big dawg....


cleared now
auspex  
#612 Posted : Wednesday, September 06, 2017 4:19:05 PM(UTC)
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Originally Posted by: auspex Go to Quoted Post
Um, hey, you guys?

You know how Google recommends search phrases based on the first word or first few words of what you type in the google search box or browser bar?

Try typing in Kaliino.

See what happens.

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Spoiler alert, it pops up one single suggestion: a Russian phrase - калийное удобрение - kaliynoye udobreniye, potash fertilizer. Potash is produced by basically scorching the earth. It's biomass combustion byproduct. Kaliino is pronounced the same as kaliynoye, but doesn't give away the meaning of the name as obviously.

Hilariously, I think Kaliino may actually be a Russian troll. Or a troll who knows Russian. Hahahaha!

It's like the opposite of an online honeypot, it's an online *****pot!

But thanks for the easter egg, dude. I should have noticed it earlier.


In related news: http://money.cnn.com/201...2016-election/index.html

Troll farms, haha. When your economy is so depressed that your biggest export is "being a dick."
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Kaliino  
#613 Posted : Wednesday, September 06, 2017 11:32:39 PM(UTC)
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Alright. I can't watch this any longer. Here's what you need to know...

Once you're on the "cleared list", there are FOUR types of people who matter...

1) The Hiring Pool Team (the people who email you)

2) The Hiring Managers (the people who bid on you)

3) The Career Development Officers (the people who "approve" your bid)

4) The Human Resources Specialists (the people who present your FJO)

This is an example of the "bidding process", used by the Defense Intelligence Agency...

One day, in the near future... a Mission Management (MM) billet becomes available, in Florida. At this time, Bob, the Florida Hiring Manager, looks at the "cleared list" and see's 50 cleared MM candidates. Bob puts in a request to the HR Specialists, to send him the resumes of 10 MM candidates. Bob looks over the 10 resumes, and see's rebels8. Bob reads rebels8's resume and likes it. Bob continues to read through the other nine resumes. He likes four more and puts them with rebels8's resume. So now... Bob is staring at his desk and see's five resumes, from five MM candidates, that he likes. Bob now has the option to bid on his favorite of the five candidates OR call the phone numbers listed on these resumes, in order to help him decide which candidate to bid on. Hiring Managers are NOT required to call a candidate, before placing a bid on them. Regardless, Bob decides that rebels8 has the most "chutzpah" (you're welcome, auspex). Bob now places a bid onto rebels8's file. Hiring Managers are able to bid on candidates during the "hiring cycle" (Wednesday through Monday).

On Tuesday, the Hiring Pool Team will collect all of the cleared candidates who received a bid, and transfer them to a Career Development Officer (CDO). Since rebels8 holds a CJO for the MM Career Field, his file will be sent to Frank, a MM CDO. Frank walks into his office and see's 10 files on his desk. Let's say tekjoe123 is one of the 10 files. Frank picks up the first file... and it's rebels8. Rebels8 only received a bid from a Florida Hiring Manager. Since rebels8 only received ONE bid, during the previous hiring cycle... Frank AUTOMATICALLY approves the bid. Now Frank picks up another file... and it's tekjoe123. Unlike rebels8, tekjoe123 received TWO bids, during the previous hiring cycle. One bid was from a Colorado Hiring Manager and the other bid was from a South Korea Hiring Manager. It is now Frank's job to decide which bid to DECLINE and which bid to APPROVE. South Korea is only a few months from being destroyed, so it is considered "mission critical". Frank now DECLINES the Colorado bid and APPROVES the South Korea bid. Frank will now send the approved bids, for all of the MM candidates, to the HR Specialists. X amount of time passes (7-10 days on average) and a HR Specialist calls each of the candidates with approved bids (rebels8, tekjoe123, etc.). The HR Specialist greets each candidate and tells them about their FJO, which will include: job title, pay-grade, and location. If the candidate ACCEPTS the FJO... the HR Specialist will work with them to schedule a Touchstone (orientation) date. Once the Touchstone date is scheduled, the HR Specialist hangs up the phone... and the candidate proceeds to get blindingly drunk.

I no longer have the desire nor the time to argue, debate, or discuss the DIA's pre-employment process any further.

"I would rather you just said 'thank you' and went on your way." - Jack Nicholson, A Few Good Men (1992)
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#614 Posted : Thursday, September 07, 2017 10:41:48 AM(UTC)
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Originally Posted by: auspex Go to Quoted Post
Um, hey, you guys?

You know how Google recommends search phrases based on the first word or first few words of what you type in the google search box or browser bar?

Try typing in Kaliino.

See what happens.

--
Spoiler alert, it pops up one single suggestion: a Russian phrase - калийное удобрение - kaliynoye udobreniye, potash fertilizer. Potash is produced by basically scorching the earth. It's biomass combustion byproduct. Kaliino is pronounced the same as kaliynoye, but doesn't give away the meaning of the name as obviously.

Hilariously, I think Kaliino may actually be a Russian troll. Or a troll who knows Russian. Hahahaha!

It's like the opposite of an online honeypot, it's an online *****pot!

But thanks for the easter egg, dude. I should have noticed it earlier.

As a Russian troll... I can confirm that "Kaliino" is not pronounced the same as "калийное".
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#615 Posted : Thursday, September 07, 2017 11:30:25 AM(UTC)
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True, no vowel ascension on the last e. If they were pronounced identically, there would at least be a quasi-reasonable surface explanation for the correlation in the dropdown (transliteration). But there's not. It's cute. Leave more clues! This is fun.
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