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Wow now we no killing in real life is funner than games, good message for the kids.



chocoloco said:
Wow now we no killing in real life is funner than games, good message for the kids.

Hunting is a lot funner then any videogame I have ever played

Though I know that isn't what you meant



chocoloco said:
Wow now we no know killing evil dudes out to kill other people in real life is more fun funner than games, good message for the kids.

Fixed!!!

 

Very impressive shot, and yes, a true hero since he likely saved the lives of many men in his caravan. 



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Don't forget your helmet there, Master Chief!

ironman said:
chocoloco said:
Wow now we no know killing evil dudes out to kill other people in real life is more fun funner than games, good message for the kids.

Fixed!!!

 

Very impressive shot, and yes, a true hero since he likely saved the lives of many men in his caravan. 

Thanx Proffesor! U need a red pen!

 

 



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chocoloco said:
ironman said:
chocoloco said:
Wow now we no know killing evil dudes out to kill other people in real life is more fun funner than games, good message for the kids.

Fixed!!!

 

Very impressive shot, and yes, a true hero since he likely saved the lives of many men in his caravan. 

Thanx Proffesor! U need a red pen!

 

 

lol, no prob! Te enterwebz has no red pen...but for you I edit my post with red hex code!



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Been wanting to try a Double Down soooo much. They look amazingly tasty. I'm salivating as we speak.

OT: Anyone in the military is indeed a hero. They're all willingly risking their lives to protect us. You don't need to break a record or kill someone (or even break a record while killing someone) to be a hero.



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c03n3nj0 said:
highwaystar101 said:

Very good record breaking shot.

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However, on a personal note. I've never understood the term "hero" being automatically applied to all people who are in the military.

I mean, take the man in this story for example. To take out two people who were attacking your troops under heavy machine gun fire, yes that warrants hero status. This person went above and beyond the call of duty and that warrants the hero stature.

But I don't get the "support our troops, they are all heroes" mindset. To be a hero you really have to go above and beyond the call of duty I believe.

To be a hero is something you have to earn it with bravery and a lot of hard work, not something you are automatically given.

But wouldn't it be required to have bravery and do hard work to join the armed forces?

Unless there's a draft, it's all voluntary. (In the U.S at least)

Well, I guess you could argue it that way. But I think having bravery and earning something with bravery are two different things. I can have bravery to join up, but I have to use it to be called a hero (you know, literally saving another soldier under heavy fir)



bimmylee said:
Been wanting to try a Double Down soooo much. They look amazingly tasty. I'm salivating as we speak.

OT: Anyone in the military is indeed a hero. They're all willingly risking their lives to protect us. You don't need to break a record or kill someone (or even break a record while killing someone) to be a hero.

I disagree with that in some regard. I respect any man who takes up arms for what he believes in. The thing is though some people just go above and beyond what is asked of them. They do something amazing on the battlefield and they should be remembered for such, they are in many ways an even greater hero than the rest(who still deserve respect).



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