Welcome Home. . Just got home trom the army to find this an my road. must admit if there's one thing America does well it's honoring their soldiers Welcome Home Just got home trom the army to find this an my road must admit if there's one thing America does well it's honoring their soldiers
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> hey anon, wanna give your opinion?
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User avatar #3 - sneleoparden
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must admit if there's one thing America does well it's honoring their soldiers
#10 to #3 - anon id: c8a336e8
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we do? I thought we basically threw them out on the street after they retire.
User avatar #36 to #10 - sneleoparden
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true, but only after they have been honored
#137 to #36 - fractalius
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'Murica
User avatar #145 to #10 - hydraetis
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That's the government. The people generally do a better job.

Honestly like 80% of the problems people have against America are really problems that they have against America's government. The people aren't that bad at all (mostly)
#18 to #3 - anon id: ce565dfd
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Appreciating, yes.

Supporting, no.
User avatar #28 to #3 - xjetaluskix
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Except after the war with Vietnam
User avatar #67 to #28 - doctorhue
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Conflict*

If it had been a war, it'd mean the USA actually lost a war.
#159 to #67 - anon id: fe2d94f1
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And if that happens freedom will die or so the eagles tell us
#43 to #3 - lastsamurai
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They might honour their soldiers well, but gloryfying a senseless decision is just ******* stupid.
#48 to #3 - cidkh
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Not veterans though
#49 to #3 - lolibear
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We do honor our soldiers and veterans. Now. We used to **** on them like they were the worst scum on earth, at least during the later half of the 20th century.
User avatar #53 to #3 - Digitalphear
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Westboro Baptist Church
User avatar #70 to #53 - friedgreenpomatoes
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Is full of ****, what's your point?

The KKK protested against them. Their opinion is permanently invalid now.
#127 to #70 - mayoroftownsville
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Yeah, any group the KKK protests should definitely be considered invalid

*******
User avatar #130 to #3 - namesboo
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yeah in Britain we give them a good strong pat on the back at remembrance day.
User avatar #94 to #3 - CapnInterwebz
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We're also pretty good at ******* them over
#128 to #3 - budddwyer
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Until the Westboro Baptist Church show up and destroy it all. **** the bastards.
Until the Westboro Baptist Church show up and destroy it all. **** the bastards.
User avatar #132 to #128 - daentraya
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Westboro only managed to strengthen the support. Really, the internet can overblow what is really just a tiny organization. If anything, they did more good than bad by being so outrageously ****** up
#1 - settled
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#81 to #1 - rabidaardvark
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#15 - doctorprofessornv
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Welcome home!
User avatar #7 - deescalation
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"Got home from the Army" Was it a long trip?
User avatar #13 to #7 - xtremehivoltage
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Hell and back is a little exhausting for some people.
#58 - Digitalphear
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Yeah being in the military is cool but damn do I miss home.
User avatar #63 to #58 - larfang
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Totally understand man, I'm currently over in Germany for another 2 more years. It's not too bad, I like it, but I miss home a lot too.
I should also add I'm not military myself, father retired over here
User avatar #156 to #63 - Digitalphear
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I know a few people over in Germany. Really wanted to go but I got stuck in North Dakota
User avatar #211 to #156 - larfang
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Oh god...please don't tell me that you're stationed in the land of frozen hell?

Minot?
#223 to #211 - Digitalphear
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Yup
#250 to #223 - larfang
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oh god I'm so sorry....   
   
So you're pretty much stuck there right? I hear most people stationed there never get out...
oh god I'm so sorry....

So you're pretty much stuck there right? I hear most people stationed there never get out...
#251 to #250 - Digitalphear
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Pretty much
#17 - muffinmolester
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I just signed up for the U.S. Army National Guard. My first drill is coming up in a few weeks, and I'll be going to Fort Benning, GA in August for Basic. This is a big moment in my life, and I'm glad that I'll be supporting my country. I have always respected and looked up to soldiers, and I'm honored that I will soon join their ranks.
God Bless America
User avatar #38 to #17 - epicmustachguy
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I got back from basic in august for the Nebraska National Guard. Pay attention to what they tell you in drill, it prepares you immensely for what is to come.
User avatar #51 to #17 - RisenLichen
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I joined the Navy a while back, going to the Great Lakes in June for Boot Camp. Can't ******* wait
#82 to #51 - anon id: eb8ee268
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Ha, me too. June 17th is when I ship off. Going into Nuke. What about you?
User avatar #194 to #82 - RisenLichen
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Advanced Electronics/Computer Field.
#74 to #51 - Enriss
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I wouldn't consider it "joining" until you actually ship out. Because up until that moment you get on the plane to RTC you can still back out with no repercussions.

But congratz man, I shipped out April 2013 and I'm at fort sam houston, tx for Corpsman Surg tech C school (finished Corps school in october). If you got any questions about boot, feel free to message me.
User avatar #196 to #74 - RisenLichen
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How much does it suck?
#222 to #196 - Enriss
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It sucks as much as you let it. As long as you understand that whatever the RDCs (recruit division commanders) say or do isn't personal, you pay attention to detail (You'll learn what that means very quickly), and understand your TRUE RTC Maxium (It doesn't end with "nor tolerate those among us who do"), you'll enjoy it.

Plus, if your an E-1 when you ship out, you automatically get E-2 if you pass your first PFA. If you're an E-2, you might not have a chance to advance as your RDCs might decide to fill all the advancable positions with E-1s. If you're an E-3 when you ship out, keep your head down and just get through it. Stay under the radar. You can't gain anything by sticking your neck out, but make sure you help your fellow recruits out.

You know how to fold? Teach that. Know how to iron? Teach that. Know how to march? Teach that. But for the love of God, if they ask you if you know how to file paperwork or know any administrative work DO NOT TELL THEM. LIE IF THEY ASK YOU. They'll make you the Yeoman for your division and those two months will be the worst thing in life. Trust me, my yeoman was in his early twenties when he was chosen. When we graduated, the ****** looked like he was almost forty.
User avatar #224 to #222 - RisenLichen
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Sounds scary. What's RTC though? Also, I think when I finish my job training I'm automatically an E-3 or E-4, I don't remember
#225 to #224 - Enriss
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Recruit Training Command. Boot camp for short. What's your rate? The shorthand, like an electricians mate is EM, Hospital Corpsman is HM, machinist mate is MM.

The only job I know of that you automatically make any petty officer rank is the nuke field.
User avatar #226 to #225 - RisenLichen
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My rate is AECF
#228 to #226 - Enriss
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Does your contract specify if you're going as an FC or an ET?
User avatar #229 to #228 - RisenLichen
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I looked up job specifics, and it turns it that they choose for me. I have no control over which strand I get placed in
#230 to #229 - Enriss
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Damn, that sucks. With my rate we at least got to pick orders depending on our GPA.

But good luck in bootcamp. It's not really that hard physically, but mentally you'll change. You won't see it, but your family will on graduation day.
User avatar #231 to #230 - RisenLichen
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The only thing I'm scared of doing are the push ups.. I can get used to the run and I can do the sit ups, but the push ups are gonna suuuuccckkk

Also, I don't my parents will be coming to graduation. It's too far and money problems
User avatar #54 to #17 - scandaldog
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i want to join the paratroopers, but that's easier said than done. i wish you luck, m8.
#111 to #17 - anon id: 6a38363c
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Hooah battle
#135 to #17 - anon id: 09783504
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Have fun fighting for the old, rich, and white.
User avatar #227 to #17 - niggastolemyname
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Don't dead.
pls
User avatar #39 to #17 - hitmanwins
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I live like 30 minutes from Benning. You're going to hate this weather.
User avatar #24 to #17 - PFCMadness
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Good luck at Ft. Benning! I was there back in '09-'10... word of advice, watch out for pot-holes when marching... one of those ******* took me out of commision, eventually leading to my discharge...probably would have stayed in if it weren't for the downsizing...
User avatar #33 to #17 - KINGOFTHESTARS
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>.>

<.<

im an ROTC cadet at Morehouse
User avatar #55 to #17 - Digitalphear
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Lol guard.

But yeah congrats and all.
#41 to #17 - spycheckingpyro
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if you don't mind. i've been active duty for the last seven years, third unit and i'm on my third deployment. i don't know if your aware of what's about to happen. so please, take my advice. basic training is going to suck. it's meant to break the civilian out of you then teach you the most fundamental parts of the military. you're not going to like it and if your drill sergeant does his job right. you will believe he's a demon in a campaign hat. keep your head up. that man is more than likely the most badass person you would meet for a while. learn what you can and don't make yourself seem lazy or worthless to your team of other scared privates. after nine weeks, you move onto training specific to your job. you will have more free time and space. it's also a test to see if you've kept your military bearing. whatever you learn there, will more than likely be outdated and you'll be retaught at your unit. sad but true. as far as being national guard: i never went that route. but i know too many people who have found difficulties finding a job or keeping one. sure, there's laws to help you. but businesses won't suffer just to be patriotic. you'll go job to job. by and large, active duty will take care of you better. i'm just a random person on the internet. i can't change your opinion. just keep that option out there to switch if times get too hard. being lower enlisted sucks. but you're taken care of. you'd be amazed how far the phrase "be at the right time, right place, and in the right uniform"will get you. no one will expect you to be the subject matter expert. but you should strive to be there. you'll hear the phrase "don't judge the army on X. X isn't the real army". the secret is that makes it the real army. expect dumb ****. it happens to everyone. everyone has their own dumb **** thrown at them. officers, senior enlisted, and lower enlisted. all have their stupid ****. keep your chin up. you'd be amazed what your fellow soldiers will do to help if you're down.
User avatar #183 to #41 - muffinmolester
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Thanks for the advice man. Sure as hell gonna need it.
#44 to #17 - fiskars
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Have fun fighting for the jews.
User avatar #30 to #17 - insaneguy
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going into the navy, basic at Great Lakes in may. should be pretty cool. good luck with the guard, man
User avatar #52 to #30 - RisenLichen
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You're going in May, I'm going in June. I'll look out for you
User avatar #61 to #52 - insaneguy
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I'll be the one with the shaved head, keep an eye out for me
User avatar #62 to #61 - RisenLichen
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I'll also have a shaved head.

But seriously, want to meet up? Sounds like fun
User avatar #65 to #62 - insaneguy
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where's your dep at? I'm in puyallup, wa. meeting someone from fj would be... interesting
User avatar #193 to #65 - RisenLichen
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New York, NY. We're kinda far lol
User avatar #195 to #193 - insaneguy
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dang. it's hard to be farther than that
User avatar #197 to #195 - RisenLichen
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oh yea. Not to mention you'll be there for one more month than me.
#79 to #62 - guidedhand
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&quot;meet up&quot;
"meet up"
User avatar #198 to #79 - RisenLichen
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you calling me a homo
User avatar #37 to #17 - ooi
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Hopefully your unit isn't as jack up as mine.
Here a a quote for joining the Army,
"There are some leaders who you'd travel to hell with, and than there are those who you wouldn't follow into a Burger King."

User avatar #42 to #17 - wrocky
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too bad the ilerminati just using you for their own personal *****
#252 to #17 - anon id: 7e28f169
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Nasty Girl... (Active duty Infantry)
User avatar #21 to #17 - herpymcderp
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Go get em, little *****
User avatar #16 - greenzeopoweranger **User deleted account**
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if i was him i would stop the car and remove all of the flags and burn them in a pile
#56 to #16 - spaceking
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No, bad troll.
No, bad troll.
#136 to #16 - whiterapevan
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Aw man, you're so edgy.   
How's life being 12?
Aw man, you're so edgy.
How's life being 12?
User avatar #40 to #16 - damping
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No you wouldn't. You are a pussy who wouldn't even leave your moms house.
User avatar #75 to #40 - milthyfoustache
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*basement
User avatar #19 to #16 - KINGOFTHESTARS
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like someone said on the earliers post.
"i disagree with what you are saying but i will give my life so that you can say it"
User avatar #31 to #19 - insaneguy
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"...Bitch"
User avatar #243 to #19 - clydeninetyseven
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"I disapprove of what you say, but I will defend to the death your right to say it." was actually said by Voltaire
User avatar #22 to #19 - herpymcderp
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My dad said that once. Oddly enough, it was regarding flag burning too.
User avatar #68 - evanxzile
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Plot twist.

He's not an American soldier.
#84 to #68 - batpachirisu
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Comment Picture
#139 to #68 - guymandude
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this made me laugh surprisingly hard.    
   
HFW &quot;****, did I take the plane to America again?&quot;
this made me laugh surprisingly hard.

HFW "****, did I take the plane to America again?"
User avatar #72 to #68 - douevensax
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Do you mean to tell me that other countries have soldiers?
#86 - tyroneisanigger
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You aren't a hero. I will not applaud you.
You didn't make any real sacrifice, I'm unsure why you joined but now, joining the military isn't bad. The U.S government provides housing, food and utilities, you are allowed to bring a console of your choice to play in free time. There really isn't any restrictions on what your allowed to bring with you. So don't try and pretend you're a hero, when you were deployed (if you were deployed) because likely in your down time you played xbox when you weren't out protecting the world from tourists. I highly doubt you've ever fired a single shot out of your government issued M4.
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#155 to #110 - tyroneisanigger
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because I don't want to be owned by Uncle Sam and have my credentials welded into a butt cheek.
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User avatar #143 to #110 - guymandude
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thats a great point, ***************. The way you tell it, the military is a pretty sweet gig - basically a ******* cakewalk. So why haven't you enlisted yet?
#104 to #86 - anon id: 00f58f26
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I remembered the movie Jarhead
User avatar #186 to #86 - nitsuan
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Being someone who has recently sworn into the army, let me tell you about how mislead you are in that comment. He didn't make any sacrifice? Something tells me you haven't been close to military families . My dad was in the air force. He spent years away from my brother and I when we were young. He sacrificed precious time as a father in his own kids early years. Maybe you disagree, but that's not a little thing. OP may not have any kids, but he's left his family and lost precious time and will only lose more so he can serve his country. Plus we don't even know what OP does or where he is coming from. For all we know he may have very well fired his weapon multiple times and even taken lives. Anyone who has killed has already sacrificed something, their humanity. Taking a life is something that doesn't happen lightly. My Uncle was army infantry and he never talks about what he has done. The most he has said is that he has fired his weapon and though he does not regret taking action, the result still weigh heavily on him. Furthermore, you complain about soldiers having all these things given to them? Ya, that's what we call a thank you. Sure, the military want's to draw with it's benefits, but I am yet to meet a good American who has complained about their taxes going into all of it. They served the country, the least I can do is help make their lives easier. Oh, and the game thing? So what? No one ever said that when you joined the military your life has to be utter ****. We allow our soldiers to entertain themselves because we don't expect them to devote every second, every breath to fighting ans serving. Human beings require entertainment; It allows for release and relaxation. Not every soldier is an amazing hero, but the fact they they choose to serve is enough to at least earn my thanks even if they don't fight on the front line. You can say that I don't agree with you, but I took an oath to make sure you will forever have the right to hold that opinion.
#214 to #186 - tyroneisanigger
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"losing precious family time" isn't a ******* sacrifice you dumb ****. They voluntarily signed the papers to be owned by the U.S government. It's their fault they don't get to spend time with their family.
You wanted to spend more time with your father as a kid? Blame your dad *******, it was his decision to sign up faggoot.
User avatar #220 to #214 - nitsuan
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Sacrifice [ sac·ri·fice ]
Giving up of something of value in return for something else

A short and sweet definition, yes? He gave up time with his family, which is priceless but you wouldn't know, so he could try to work for the greater good. That sounds like a sacrifice to me smart one, and of course he voluntarily did it because it wouldn't be a sacrifice if he was forced into it, so thanks for making such a "valid" point. I am not complaining one bit that my dad did what he did, so I wont be blaming him for anything. If typing like an angry 8 year old is all you have to offer here, then clearly I need to stop wasting my time.
User avatar #221 to #220 - Sacrifice
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Jesus, people don't half say "sacrifice" a lot.
#235 to #221 - nitsuan
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Forgive me. I will be more considerate in the future.
Forgive me. I will be more considerate in the future.
#189 to #86 - icolleengeek
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Listen up.
First of all, when you are ******* deployed you are taken away from your family and the people you care about. You are sent there for a reason, not to play x-box
Second of all, who would play x-box when they could play playstation?
My father went to war when I was a young baby, when he came back I didn't know him at all.
Du bist ein Dummkopf!
#212 to #189 - tyroneisanigger
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If you were a young baby you wouldn't have knew him, or remember him before war. You would only know what he is like after war.

Everything you just said flushed down the toilet.

User avatar #203 to #189 - nimba
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Forgot about the conscription in the USA
User avatar #190 to #86 - neokun
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First of tourists? ******* really? Second, you are literally immensely ******* stupid, soldiers spend ages away from family and dig away at their life whilst in the army, but not allowed to entertain themselves with a ******* console? The **** you do all day that your horse soars so ******* high up? Eat **** you putrid ****.
#213 to #190 - tyroneisanigger
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It's their fault their away from their family. No one forced them to sign.
Then again, none of you are old enough to be registered for the selective service (Draft for the dumb asses here). I'm registered for the draft. You kiddies will know what it's like when you're 18.
If I'm ever drafted I'll evade it by going to Canada. and be pardoned for it 10 or so years later (vietnam).
User avatar #112 to #86 - bluslenderman
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you didn't' join yourself so **** off
User avatar #141 to #86 - guymandude
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Well your idea of guys stationed on bases in the US isn't too far off, I have a feeling you would be singing a different tune if you actually SAW what life for deployed soldiers is like. Then you'd see how "unnecessary" the "great luxury" of an Xbox 360 is when the only thing that stands between you and death by a random explosion/bullet spray is a thin layer of green canvas - because the place you are forced to call home is a giant complex of what are basically tents that give you no true protection or sense of security whatsoever. I don't know about you, but constant stress and perpetual life-threatening danger tends to be a bit too much for most people - hence, the xbox 360.
#157 to #141 - tyroneisanigger
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Quit sticking up for these robots. They are owned by the U.S government and they don't deserve any of the respect they get.
User avatar #232 to #157 - guymandude
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well, if I wasn't sure that you were a troll before....

seriously, if you're going to troll, don't use the oldest and most generic statement ever used to criticize soldiers.
#148 to #86 - xathos
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He never claimed to be a hero, you piece of ****. It's a picture of how he was welcomed home. I don't know what he did, and neither do you. But if he were in the situation to defend somebody at the risk of his life, he would do it. Go die you asshole. The world would be better without people like you.
#161 to #86 - shisno
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#178 to #86 - swiggityswoner
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> "tourists"
User avatar #107 to #86 - sexyhimself
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how do you now he didn't make any "real sacrifice" he didn't tell us anything about wha he did in the army
User avatar #89 to #86 - sixty
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*you're
#91 to #89 - jackjr
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#92 to #89 - tyroneisanigger
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Nice, throughout reading my intelligent comment, all you can come up with is pointing out an obvious mistake of "your" when it should be "you're".

******* idiot.
#150 to #92 - xathos
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your comment was not in any way intelligent, you are the ******* idiot.
#153 to #150 - tyroneisanigger
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My comment wasn't in any way intelligent?
Not sure about that. I am sure that it's a lot more intelligent than the **** you are spewing into the comment section by replying. It's an opinion ass hole.
#165 to #153 - xathos
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It was not intelligent because you are making claims without evidence. You don't know what this guy did. He could have had an ear blown off because he jumped between a grenade and somebody else. Or he could have done nothing. The point is that neither you nor I know what this guy did, so you cannot make claims saying that this guy is unworthy of the praise he is receiving. The only evidence available, if it is true, is that this guy was in the military. That alone is evidence enough to show that at least he was willing to put himself in the position to risk his life, as anybody does in the military.
User avatar #204 to #165 - nimba
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If he jumped towards a grenade then he's probably a ******* idiot. No army endorses that kind of behavior.
#210 to #204 - xathos
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If he was doing it to save someone, he was not an idiot.
User avatar #32 - Crusader
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You just got home from the army, and people knew you were coming, and you still had to drive yourself?
User avatar #45 to #32 - hiyorin
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Maybe he's a simple man who likes the simple things in life?
User avatar #50 to #45 - chriscosmo
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maybe he's a small town girl, who likes living in a lonely world?
User avatar #64 to #50 - thedutchs
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Who takes the midnight train, going anywhere.
User avatar #133 to #64 - groovierpoet
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I singer in a smokey room, a smell of wine and cheap perfume
For a smile they can share the night
User avatar #134 to #133 - groovierpoet
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It goes on and on and on and on
#206 to #134 - nimba
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