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Datbayoubengal
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Port City
Member since Sep 2009
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re: Commitment

I don't know what made you go to the military, but you should never make a big life changing decision because "it's the right thing to do". You should only do it if it is something that you truly want to do.

The only time you should do something because it's the right thing to do, is if you are backed into a corner.

Case in point a marriage commitment. If you are cheated on and want to get out of your marriage is that wrong? Is it wrong to want to escape if you are getting abused? What about the children, don't want to leave them without a father cause that would be worse than getting daily beatings. I wonder if women in abusive relationships think like you do because staying with these psychos now make perfect sense after hearing your righteous rambling.
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The Boat
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I'll cut this guy a break for this weird thread. All Nam vets look like epic beard man in my imagination so I don't want him to find me and PTSD kill me in my sleep.


Pietra
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Member since May 2007
752 posts

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All Nam vets look like epic beard man in my imagination so I don't want him to find me and PTSD kill me in my sleep.

This is a very poor and tasteless attempt at humor.

Everywhere you see people calling the current military “heroes”, and unless this is applied to a specific action, it is grossly overused and degrading of the true meaning of “hero”.

When we came home from Nam, it was a vastly different kind of homecoming – it was one not deserved and certainly not one that would not be tolerated today.


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