Master Sergeant U.S. Army Retired

There are times when you do not accept an apology and there are times you do. Now this is my opinion but here is a situation where hell no you do not accept the apology. This is an actual event, but there are other times this has happened as well.

I am at a conference for the Army. I am standing with some of my friends, some are higher rank, some are lower. I am an E-8 (Master Sergeant). I am in uniform. Class B with shirt, no tie and the cardigan sweater that buttons down the front. The sweater is unbuttoned and I am indoors at the time. As I am standing there talking with my friends and coworkers a person comes up to our group and tells me I need to button the sweater. I ignore him for the most part. He comes over again and says louder…

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