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> hey anon, wanna give your opinion?
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User avatar #194 - hokeymon
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We can see here twitter page OP. You dun goof now.
User avatar #195 to #194 - hokeymon
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#178 - capricore
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The adrenaline what comes in from the fear of your life when you be that close to death, will just make you stronger and maybe more careful.

And everyone is afraid(it's freaking common sense),facing it makes you strong and brave.

>>> pic of something i hope was never real.
User avatar #123 - mrsonicrainboom
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i think the pic is fake because he has no body armor/helmet on
User avatar #132 to #123 - Sockopolis
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The point of the ******* post is that there are strong and brave men fighting overseas. Stop being a pretentious asshole.
#91 - betars
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Here's a cute gif to relieve you from feminazi stupidity.
Here's a cute gif to relieve you from feminazi stupidity.
#328 - jazzyietheferret
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If you have no fear, then you can not be brave. The lack of fear only makes someone stupid.
User avatar #326 - CaptainWaffles
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"Find the feminist" is almost as much fun as "Spot the Vegan."
#324 - anon id: 648b5c34
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Women do not belong in the army... i'm sorry but it's true. They're just a hassle usually. They can not carry as much equipment as men because they are physically weaker, that's a fact and not just sexist ********, so who has to take on the extra gear? The men in the unit. If there was ever close quarter fighting the same rule applies about them being physically weaker, now someone else has to look after them. I would not trust a woman covering my back. Also the brotherhood of battle, it isn't sisterhood.
User avatar #422 to #324 - jzwangpk
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Well, some of those are debatable. Women actually tend to do better at carrying heavy torso loads because their anatomies are, well, better suited to it because their bodies are built to carry babies for nine months. But I won't dispute what you said about close-quarters combat, because load-bearing strength does not equal combat strength at all. To be honest, though, it really depends on what roles you put them in. Not every single woman in the military is going to take up a role with a lot of equipment, so you don't have to worry about men having to carry a **** ton of extra gear. A woman with a rifle and standard gear can manage just as well as the man next to her. Additionally, they're an asset in the field - hostile civilians tend to trust women more than men (it's a psychological thing), and women tend to be more cool-headed and better at thinking in crisis situations.

I could go on (I wrote a whole paper on this for my AP Government class) but that's just my two cents
User avatar #330 to #324 - slenderwolf
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There are a few exceptions. Have you ever seen the Israeli army? They have some of the most combat capable women in the world over there. Of course that is different than here where women have been pampered and treasured as delicate playthings for decades.
#358 to #330 - anon id: 648b5c34
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But if a man and a woman went through the same training the man would come out superior in combat just because of his natural advantage of strength.
User avatar #337 to #330 - timmywankenobi
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modern feminisim101: worthless Men need to treasure and provide for and protect women as a whole like they are porcilan dolls. Man must exalt woman hood at all times while also acknowledging that masculinity which built society is evil and wrong.
User avatar #304 - missrainbowdash
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to willingly put yourself in a situation like this is bravery.
User avatar #272 - TheFixer
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correct me if im wrong but when a man passes a kidney stone isnt that pain comparable to child birth depending on the stone size?
User avatar #274 to #272 - thechosentroll
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Yes, mainly because the human brain releases natural painkillers during birth. It does jack **** when you pass a kidney stone.
User avatar #275 to #274 - TheFixer
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yay endorphins
#253 - maguitox
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#245 - stlassassinfhc
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I guess they didnt see kates twitter name at the bottom? Oh well shes some nobody with 112 followers and posted this tweet 22 hours ago
User avatar #185 - friendlyanon
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To be brave you must first be afraid...
User avatar #184 - whycanticaps
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Idk, I bet he is scared ********
User avatar #141 - ramerez
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That guy is brave and is most likely strong, but believe me he is ******* ******** himself as anyone who just had a bullet hit right next to his head would.
#137 - guylongname
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I don't think OP understands that the wench was trying to say that true men aren't afraid to show what they truly feel, even if it does make them look vulnerable. Anyone else think everyone being just a bit too harsh on this woman, who probably didn't come up with quote herself?
#139 to #137 - tristmilt
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Yeaaaa, but this is the internet. We can only take the exact literal meaning of what she said and not look into it further for the actual intent.
User avatar #131 - Sockopolis
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This is not, how to use a comma.

This is how to use a comma, you stupid bitch.
User avatar #127 - poiklman
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What point was she trying to make? Was she expecting people to agree with her and applaud her for her great philosophies?
User avatar #39 - kooliojoe
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That's a quote from the movie The Ugly Truth
User avatar #50 to #39 - teamrocketninja
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Why do you know that?
User avatar #51 to #50 - Shramin
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Perhaps he watched the movie?
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User avatar #11 - reican
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can't afford fear, ain't got any time for that.