SlantDuffy joined on Jun 29th, 2011, since that has made 262 posts that are still accessible today, 5 of which are threads. Helping shape the community, SlantDuffy has given 320 upvotes, and was last online on Mar 9th, 2014.
NOOOOOOOOOOOOOOO YOU'VE BETRAYED MY TRUST FOR THE LAST TIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIME
@chou Grandparents tend to do feed anything that moves. Such nice people.
I don't think the amount of dirt you have in that 2 liter bottle is enough to sustain a fruiting watermelon plant...
I don't believe anything reported by television-based media, as their main goal is to get viewers, not to report the truth. They report what they believe will be "interesting." If "Soldiers Kill Civilians" is "interesting," then by God they will have a report, whether or not Soldiers are actually killing civilians.
Sometimes, the media doesn't always report what is "trending." Sometimes, they shamelessly report lies to support an agenda or a cause, usually content that promotes the same views of their sponsors.
This issue (along with gun control, the War on Terror, the bills being passed during media frenzy, religion, and the Federal Reserve) is a big fucking deal. Yes it is. Those who ignore this issue choose to be sheep. Those who are aware of the issue are different from the ignorant only in the sense that they are now aware of being sheep . Those who want to do something about the issue are terrorists. Welcome to 21st century America where you are either a sheep or a terrorist.
^It's a quote from the book. Two soldiers are heaving bloated, sun scorched enemy corpses into the back of a military truck. One of them stops and leans back with his brows raised as though he is visited by a sudden revelation: "Death sucks."
The draft was a bad idea. It's sure does create a large military force in a short amount of time, but in the end all you really have are a bunch of mentally unprepared, scared, young, angry teenagers with guns fighting in the bush against their will. Mentally unprepared, scared, young, angry teenagers with guns fighting in the bush against their will tend to make some unwise decisions that they regret for the rest of their lives. That's what I got out of The Things They Carried. It makes sense to me.
Having a sense of humor prevents you from cracking under fear, stress, and grisly sightings. Quite morbid, but that's what I am currently getting out of Guns Up. It makes sense to me.
Read this last time I was on duty:
It's a really well written book. About the author's experience in Vietnam. Very powerful anti-draft message. Death sucks.
Currently reading this:
So far, I like it. About a machine gunner in Vietnam. Not very anti-draft/anti-war. So far, it emphasizes a lot on fear and then suddenly losing fear/regard for your own life in the midst of shooting a bunch of slant-eyed gooks with an M60.
Your smile looks forced. Almost as if it would kill you to smile naturally.
(I'm kinda the same way)
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@Cenica I promised DC that I'd make a joke about wolfangle, but then I changed my mind at the last minute.