Ooooooh. Yea. My family is military so I know what you mean. (not like being in it, but watching from the outside).I was ruined by the military. I found out how eff'd up the world is.
Damn. I plan on going into the marines as soon as I wrap up a ton of real life issues.
Ooooooh. Yea. My family is military so I know what you mean. (not like being in it, but watching from the outside).
They wanted me to join too but I was like 'nope'. Dad was an alcoholic with PTSD from being a peacekeeper and graduates my age (2010) were running down the malls in their green T-shirts and camo pants saying "I can't wait to shoot some fucking paki's". Then you've got the new recruits talking about suicide and people having lockdowns because one of them decided to try and shoot up the place.
It might not have the pay, but I'd rather slog it on minimum wage than to fall into the things they've been ruined by... or risk getting shot by my own teammate.
I know. Mom's doin' payroll and teaching and stuff, but I can't actually get there everyday since I don't own a car.I can't say you shouldn't do it. You just have to keep your head on straight. Have you considered the new Space Force?
Oh, the pay is not that great, but there are plenty of jobs that will keep you behind a desk if you don't want to be gung-ho.
Some people just can't handle it. Hindsight being 20/20, I could have handled things better than I did. But the damage is done, and all I can do is live the best life that I can. The edgy life.
I know. Mom's doin' payroll and teaching and stuff, but I can't actually get there everyday since I don't own a car.
Well, if it means anything, you're at least dealing with bigger and harder problems than the edgy highschool emos.
And handling it better. Probably easy to say since I don't know you very well, but you are at least remaining social, you're working and still have a sense of humor, which is most than some would be willing to do.
You gat dis~!