I can't give you any exact quotes because it was a few months back, but it had seemed that they were more OFP(own fuckin' program) than anything. He made it out like PJ doesn't have an operational cycle that was like the SEALs. For example the SEALs 24 month cycle (18 month workup, 6 month deployment), the PJs just say hey we want to do this for training so this is what we're going to do. I also had the thought of I'm giving up on what I had originally intended to do. I figure I can still do a lot of the things I would do as a PJ, I'll just have to go through 18D. It just hit me that I need to go back to BUD/s. I don't want to look like a jackass and talk about things and not know what I'm talking about. Just after talking to the retired PJ I came to the conclusion that PJ is not where I belong. Even if the information I was given doesn't stand true anymore I still look at the 2 different missions and see that PJ more than likely wouldn't fit my personality. Found out a lot of awesome info I didn't know before looking into though. I look at the PJs with a whole new perspective now.Hey, just a question- what made you lean towards BUD/S? Just wondering what info you got from your retired PJ and what you learned about ops tempo in contrast to SEAL.