Friday, March 28, 2014

More of the SSR's

Washington Times has given their salute to America's warriors out there on the front lines of war. It's incredibly nice to see something like this, other than people bashing on them. This post that i'm writing on isn't a long one, due to it just being a quick, "thank you." with a few complements to the military personnel in the pictures that they have. It may not seem like much, but to other people, it could mean a lot to them, just because they are being thanked for their hard work or that one of their family members or friends who are in the military. There is nothing really bad that I have to say about this post, it was just a great post and it makes a lot of military personnel happy.

Friday, March 21, 2014

Time to get creative

The desert is very hot,
I have no idea who's shooting me,
Let us nuke them all.

Is it a hateful passion?

There are many things that I love about this topic, the fact that i'll be doing basically what this topic is about, learning more about it, etc. Then there are some things that I hate. For example I hate that even though military people bust their butts for everything, there are these punk kids who think that it's cool to treat them with disrespect. There are also the people who try and make everyone believe that they were once in the military, when they were not. All of these kinds of people anger me. It's just something that I don't understand. Why do you even need to do this? This all just makes no sense to me. People do some pretty stupid stuff with their life, and this just happens to be one of those things.

Yet another SSR

This is another SSR that will be put on my blog here. My thoughts to this post are, well on the good side. When reading something about firefights, you can't help it, but from the beginning of it, your heart sinks a little bit. Just because you don't know how it's going to turn out and that possibly there is a loss of someone who is just trying to protect his country. In this blog that i'm responding to, there were casualties, sadly there was a loss of someone's life; that's not what this response is about. It's about what it's like to have responded to an attack and not have your squad mentioned, while others are, even though you are the first ones there. In my utmost opinion, I believe that they should have some recognition, but at the same time, they shouldn't. It's about being humble whether you are mentioned about something similar to this or not.