I have a question, dudes.
If I were to sign on for reserves, would I be stuck for that entire guard and never do any other service? I certainly would not be able to do service for any other branch at that point. What kind of pay does that bring? American mercenary service would be appreciated, similar to Frenchies Foerign Legion without the citizenship; a dollar a bullet per head and one more when your dead. Return back home with that enigma. Think of the kills as commission pay.
As reserves I am free to live anywhere in America though close to whatever tragic military base gets bombed. I wonder how they allow you to choose where it is you will guard. Do they only need a written mailing address?
Absolute bullshit, my most recent aquentance at Army recruiting tells me no Airborne reserves. As if I'll believe America doesn't need more parachutes dropping death in the next few months.
You can do all the studying, meditating, practice, and LARPing you want but it doesn't mean a goddamn thing until you put your ass on the line. The reasons are irrelevant. That's all I've got to say, faggots. ;P
How many tears are shed in Hell by true men who truly kill?? None.Wish more pics were like this one on the internet.
[spoiler]A good art. Many qualities to just one still.
I've been meaning to find this one photo on teh(would honestly think I type or is it subconcious, perhaps an error; have I forgotten you, or is it another error) internnet for some time, though I just can't remember it. I believe the setting was Dante's circle of Wrath, with Dante yet again on a boat sailing over the blood and viscera. The thing I found striking was that there were men and women upon that boat. One woman was being pulled by multiple men, One man grabbing her arm while he himself is concealed behind many others attacking eachthemselves, and the prominent man in the beforeground pulling her by the hair. There is one demon lashing the woman in prominence. I can not see any beauty behind the woman being grabbed.
I will have to find the book I discovered the photo back at the library if this black and whit sketch, oh for it really fucking was, will tell me who created it. I know of a Gustave French man from around 1830 who drew much of The Divine Comedy. If I could peraps know it, this will all be unnecessary.[/spoiler]