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Posted by Yagami (602 posts) -

Second time writing this... Fucking image inserter wouldn't work and crashed everything. - I may update this with a longer version more in size with the first one I wrote but now I just lost enthusiasm so i'll just write a small one.

Have you no honor?! Well, what is honor? Honor is defined in several ways. Mostly, as high respect.

You have honored your family. - How? How does one person honor an entire family? What if the rest of the family are assholes?

Medal of Honor. - The Medal of Honor is the highest military decoration awarded by the United States government. It is bestowed by the President, in the name of Congress, upon members of the United States Armed Forces who distinguish themselves through conspicuous gallantry and intrepidity at the risk of his or her life above and beyond the call of duty while engaged in an action against an enemy of the United States.

The medal given to reckless soldiers who goes out and guns down people in other countries for the sake of their own countrys "security". - How this medal is supposed to give respect I do not know, mainly because for what I can understand going by the pre-requisite is that it deserves no respect at all whatsoever. ...Oh, wait.. patriotism. Heh.. funny. Fucking idiots.

To stand in honor of... - Mostly at church, burials, or at stadiums before play, or in schools. - For some reason, wearing a HAT is a bad thing because apparently wearing a HAT is offensive to national anthems, churches and schools. I don't see how. How does removing ones fucking hat equal respect? Why not remove ALL clothes?

Honor - Honesty. Honesty is to be honorable? Then don't be. if you were honest all of the time you'd be in trouble. Why? Curiosity. - Imagine you get curious about trying to drink, but you're underage. You come home and smell a bit. Your parents asks you if you have drinked any alcoholic beverages...

1. No, some guy accidently spilled some over me.

2. Yes. I was curious.

Here, you may want to tell the truth depending on how well you know your parents.

- Almost same scenario. You get curious about testing weed and a cop approaches, he doesn't see you use nor have weed, but he asks what you are doing.

1. Enjoying the sunset.

2. Preparing weed for yourself. - This gets you in jail for illegal drug posession.

Tell the truth and you are an idiot. Honest, but an idiot.

Honor has lost the power it once had on me. People used to say.. "Yagami you have no fucking honor." - "Yes I DO!" i'd reply. Now, when I realize what honor actually is, (When I was younger, like 12 or so, i'd think honor was something important, it isn't.) the answer is mostly "No". I have no honor and honor should not be automatic, depending on what definition of "honor", the answer may vary, but mostly "No".

Honor - Respect. It may very well only mean respect because that is what it is mostly referred to mean - to show high respect. Respect should NEVER be automatic, it should be EARNED and depending upon the person's performance and actions. - Same with military personell, and law enforcement. I do NOT respect their profession. Their job is to get people in jail, and to tell you how to live your life, but do I respect them as human beings..? Maybe, do they deserve it?

Edit: I just have to add this: "It has been an honor meeting you." - How? How is it an honor to meet another person? Why the automatic respect? How is meeting one person an honor? What makes the one person a honor to meet? It can be someone you look-up to, but does that make that person deserving of more respect than you? - I guess it is a matter of how one sees it. If I knew that the person I met had done something good that I personally respect, i'd probably say so. But if a person met me and said that it was an honor to meet me, i'd simply say that I am just a human just like the other person, and I deserve no extra respect for being myself.

"People found it offensive when I wore my hat in school, then they gave me the graduation hat and man was I offended." - Unknown

#1 Posted by Yagami (602 posts) -

Second time writing this... Fucking image inserter wouldn't work and crashed everything. - I may update this with a longer version more in size with the first one I wrote but now I just lost enthusiasm so i'll just write a small one.

Have you no honor?! Well, what is honor? Honor is defined in several ways. Mostly, as high respect.

You have honored your family. - How? How does one person honor an entire family? What if the rest of the family are assholes?

Medal of Honor. - The Medal of Honor is the highest military decoration awarded by the United States government. It is bestowed by the President, in the name of Congress, upon members of the United States Armed Forces who distinguish themselves through conspicuous gallantry and intrepidity at the risk of his or her life above and beyond the call of duty while engaged in an action against an enemy of the United States.

The medal given to reckless soldiers who goes out and guns down people in other countries for the sake of their own countrys "security". - How this medal is supposed to give respect I do not know, mainly because for what I can understand going by the pre-requisite is that it deserves no respect at all whatsoever. ...Oh, wait.. patriotism. Heh.. funny. Fucking idiots.

To stand in honor of... - Mostly at church, burials, or at stadiums before play, or in schools. - For some reason, wearing a HAT is a bad thing because apparently wearing a HAT is offensive to national anthems, churches and schools. I don't see how. How does removing ones fucking hat equal respect? Why not remove ALL clothes?

Honor - Honesty. Honesty is to be honorable? Then don't be. if you were honest all of the time you'd be in trouble. Why? Curiosity. - Imagine you get curious about trying to drink, but you're underage. You come home and smell a bit. Your parents asks you if you have drinked any alcoholic beverages...

1. No, some guy accidently spilled some over me.

2. Yes. I was curious.

Here, you may want to tell the truth depending on how well you know your parents.

- Almost same scenario. You get curious about testing weed and a cop approaches, he doesn't see you use nor have weed, but he asks what you are doing.

1. Enjoying the sunset.

2. Preparing weed for yourself. - This gets you in jail for illegal drug posession.

Tell the truth and you are an idiot. Honest, but an idiot.

Honor has lost the power it once had on me. People used to say.. "Yagami you have no fucking honor." - "Yes I DO!" i'd reply. Now, when I realize what honor actually is, (When I was younger, like 12 or so, i'd think honor was something important, it isn't.) the answer is mostly "No". I have no honor and honor should not be automatic, depending on what definition of "honor", the answer may vary, but mostly "No".

Honor - Respect. It may very well only mean respect because that is what it is mostly referred to mean - to show high respect. Respect should NEVER be automatic, it should be EARNED and depending upon the person's performance and actions. - Same with military personell, and law enforcement. I do NOT respect their profession. Their job is to get people in jail, and to tell you how to live your life, but do I respect them as human beings..? Maybe, do they deserve it?

Edit: I just have to add this: "It has been an honor meeting you." - How? How is it an honor to meet another person? Why the automatic respect? How is meeting one person an honor? What makes the one person a honor to meet? It can be someone you look-up to, but does that make that person deserving of more respect than you? - I guess it is a matter of how one sees it. If I knew that the person I met had done something good that I personally respect, i'd probably say so. But if a person met me and said that it was an honor to meet me, i'd simply say that I am just a human just like the other person, and I deserve no extra respect for being myself.

"People found it offensive when I wore my hat in school, then they gave me the graduation hat and man was I offended." - Unknown

#2 Posted by laserbolts (5353 posts) -

I honor no one.

#3 Posted by Cloudenvy (5891 posts) -

@laserbolts said:

I honor no one.

I disrespect you.

#4 Posted by chocomuffling (31 posts) -

@Yagami:

#5 Posted by baconbits33 (1156 posts) -

@Yagami said:

Medal of Honor. - The medal given to reckless soldiers who goes out and guns down people in other countries for the sake of their own countrys "security".

Okay... Now I'm all for the freedom of speech, and voicing ones opinion but in response to this: Fuck you.

#6 Posted by natetodamax (19217 posts) -

The Medal of Honor isn't just given to reckless people who gun down others for their country. People have gotten it simply for saving the lives of those around them.

#7 Posted by Yagami (602 posts) -

@baconbits33 said:

@Yagami said:

Medal of Honor. - The medal given to reckless soldiers who goes out and guns down people in other countries for the sake of their own countrys "security".

Okay... Now I'm all for the freedom of speech, and voicing ones opinion but in response to this: Fuck you.

I am so sorry that it offended you. I'll correct it at once.

#8 Posted by PeasantAbuse (5138 posts) -

lol

#9 Posted by EuanDewar (5094 posts) -

Swag

#10 Posted by Yagami (602 posts) -

Next blog will concern Faith. The art of belief about what is true without any evidence at all whatsoever. It will be highly offensive to the Christians and Muslims, and also most likely the Jews of this forum. - Look forward to it. :3

#11 Posted by biospank (660 posts) -
@baconbits33: So let me get this straight you said "fuck you" to a person who actually told the truth? Well at least you are honest. But then again have you lost someone in a war? Because instead of taking that hate to him, take the hate on the companys that makes killing soldiers in war fun. 
 
I can see the teens and general americans thinking war is fun and games, and a soldier is a action hero but in reality it is more grim then that with something called PTSD and shellshock. But with the new training in the marines they say the stats for that should be less then normal because people who gets ptsd or shellshock don't have the warrior gen as they call it. they are born killers while normal folk are not.
#12 Edited by JasonR86 (9763 posts) -

@Yagami:

Here are some soldiers that earned the medal of honor.

Staff Sergeant Leroy A. Petry

Staff Sergeant Leroy A. Petry distinguished himself by acts of gallantry and intrepidity at the risk of his life above and beyond the call of duty in action with an armed enemy in the vicinity of Paktya Province, Afghanistan, on May 26, 2008. As a Weapons Squad Leader with D Company, 2nd Battalion, 75th Ranger Regiment, Staff Sergeant Petry moved to clear the courtyard of a house that potentially contained high-value combatants. While crossing the courtyard, Staff Sergeant Petry and another Ranger were engaged and wounded by automatic weapons fire from enemy fighters. Still under enemy fire, and wounded in both legs, Staff Sergeant Petry led the other Ranger to cover. He then reported the situation and engaged the enemy with a hand grenade, providing suppression as another Ranger moved to his position. The enemy quickly responded by maneuvering closer and throwing grenades. The first grenade explosion knocked his two fellow Rangers to the ground and wounded both with shrapnel. A second grenade then landed only a few feet away from them. Instantly realizing the danger, Staff Sergeant Petry, unhesitatingly and with complete disregard for his safety, deliberately and selflessly moved forward, picked up the grenade, and in an effort to clear the immediate threat, threw the grenade away from his fellow Rangers. As he was releasing the grenade it detonated, amputating his right hand at the wrist and further injuring him with multiple shrapnel wounds. Although picking up and throwing the live grenade grievously wounded Staff Sergeant Petry, his gallant act undeniably saved his fellow Rangers from being severely wounded or killed. Despite the severity of his wounds, Staff Sergeant Petry continued to maintain the presence of mind to place a tourniquet on his right wrist before communicating the situation by radio in order to coordinate support for himself and his fellow wounded Rangers. Staff Sergeant Petry's extraordinary heroism and devotion to duty are in keeping with the highest traditions of military service, and reflect great credit upon himself, 75th Ranger Regiment, and the United States Army.

Specialist Salvatore A. Giunta

...distinguished himself conspicuously by gallantry and intrepidity at the risk of his life above and beyond the call of duty in action with an armed enemy in the Korengal Valley, Afghanistan, on October 25, 2007. While conducting a patrol as team leader with Company B, 2d Battalion (Airborne), 503d Infantry Regiment, Specialist Giunta and his team were navigating through harsh terrain when they were ambushed by a well-armed and well-coordinated insurgent force. While under heavy enemy fire, Specialist Giunta immediately sprinted towards cover and engaged the enemy. Seeing that his squad leader had fallen and believing that he had been injured, Specialist Giunta exposed himself to withering enemy fire and raced towards his squad leader, helped him to cover, and administered medical aid. While administering first aid, enemy fire struck Specialist Giunta's body armor and his secondary weapon. Without regard to the ongoing fire, Specialist Giunta engaged the enemy before prepping and throwing grenades, using the explosions for cover in order to conceal his position. Attempting to reach additional wounded fellow soldiers who were separated from the squad, Specialist Giunta and his team encountered a barrage of enemy fire that forced them to the ground. The team continued forward and upon reaching the wounded soldiers, Specialist Giunta realized that another soldier was still separated from the element. Specialist Giunta then advanced forward on his own initiative. As he crested the top of a hill, he observed two insurgents carrying away an American soldier. He immediately engaged the enemy, killing one and wounding the other. Upon reaching the wounded soldier, he began to provide medical aid, as his squad caught up and provided security. Specialist Giunta's unwavering courage, selflessness, and decisive leadership while under extreme enemy fire were integral to his platoon's ability to defeat an enemy ambush and recover a fellow American soldier from the enemy. Specialist Salvatore A. Giunta's extraordinary heroism and selflessness above and beyond the call of duty are in keeping with the highest traditions of military service and reflect great credit upon himself, Company B, 2d Battalion (Airborne), 503d Infantry Regiment, and the United States Army.

Petty Officer Michael A. Monsoor

For conspicuous gallantry and intrepidity at the risk of his life above and beyond the call of duty as automatic weapons gunner for Naval Special Warfare Task Group Arabian Peninsula, in support of Operation IRAQI FREEDOM on 29 September 2006. As a member of a combined SEAL and Iraqi Army Sniper Overwatch Element, tasked with providing early warning and stand-off protection from a rooftop in an insurgent held sector of Ar Ramadi, Iraq, Petty Officer Monsoor distinguished himself by his exceptional bravery in the face of grave danger. In the early morning, insurgents prepared to execute a coordinated attack by reconnoitering the area around the element's position. Element snipers thwarted the enemy's initial attempt by eliminating two insurgents. The enemy continued to assault the element, engaging them with a rocket-propelled grenade and small arms fire. As enemy activity increased, Petty Officer Monsoor took position with his machine gun between two teammates on an outcropping of the roof. While the SEALs vigilantly watched for enemy activity, an insurgent threw a hand grenade from an unseen location, which bounced off Petty Officer Monsoor's chest and landed in front of him. Although only he could have escaped the blast, Petty Officer Monsoor chose instead to protect his teammates. Instantly and without regard for his own safety, he threw himself onto the grenade to absorb the force of the explosion with his body, saving the lives of his two teammates. By his undaunted courage, fighting spirit, and unwavering devotion to duty in the face of certain death, Petty Officer Monsoor gallantly gave his life for his country, thereby reflecting great credit upon himself and upholding the highest traditions of the United States Naval Service.

Source: http://www.cmohs.org/recent-recipients.php

Show some respect. You have no idea the sacrifice that is involved with being in the military. If you did, you wouldn't have spoken of the medal of honor so flippantly.

#13 Posted by BraveToaster (12588 posts) -

@biospank said:

@baconbits33: So let me get this straight you said "fuck you" to a person who actually told the truth? Well at least you are honest. But then again have you lost someone in a war? Because instead of taking that hate to him, take the hate on the companys that makes killing soldiers in war fun. I can see the teens and general americans thinking war is fun and games, and a soldier is a action hero but in reality it is more grim then that with something called PTSD and shellshock. But with the new training in the marines they say the stats for that should be less then normal because people who gets ptsd or shellshock don't have the warrior gen as they call it. they are born killers while normal folk are not.

Less then normal or less than normal?

#14 Posted by PeasantAbuse (5138 posts) -

@biospank said:

@baconbits33: So let me get this straight you said "fuck you" to a person who actually told the truth? Well at least you are honest. But then again have you lost someone in a war? Because instead of taking that hate to him, take the hate on the companys that makes killing soldiers in war fun. I can see the teens and general americans thinking war is fun and games, and a soldier is a action hero but in reality it is more grim then that with something called PTSD and shellshock. But with the new training in the marines they say the stats for that should be less then normal because people who gets ptsd or shellshock don't have the warrior gen as they call it. they are born killers while normal folk are not.

Lol, Yagami has a friend.

#15 Posted by Aetheldod (3682 posts) -

The fact that many people use the word "honor" just for simple custom and not actual respect , doesnt mean ther word is useles or meaningless , but heck dude you want people saying all the time "fuck you it was a waste of time meating you " etc. there wouldnt be too many people alive as of now :/ because of all the fights that would ensue (altho it can be debated that less people around would be good). And yes being a police officer or military shouldn´t grant instant "honor/respect" , or any profession for that matter.

#16 Edited by PufferFiz (1384 posts) -

can you like take these somewhere else? please?

#17 Posted by baconbits33 (1156 posts) -

@Yagami said:

@baconbits33 said:

@Yagami said:

Medal of Honor. - The medal given to reckless soldiers who goes out and guns down people in other countries for the sake of their own countrys "security".

Okay... Now I'm all for the freedom of speech, and voicing ones opinion but in response to this: Fuck you.

I am so sorry that it offended you. I'll correct it at once.

Okay I get the fact that you're some fucking kid who has suddenly realized that you have the internet to show your opinions and you're ideas. All of which were probably repressed in High School, which is why you feel the need to demonize anyone who has a differing opinion, and "Fight tradition!", and it also is probably because either your home or community held the views that you so strongly detest, so you probably aspired to be to the likes of Che.

But dude I'm gonna tell you, I'm 18, I've traveled all of the world all on my own, I've seen and done things that will haunt me for the rest of my life, but I've also seen and done things that have helped me realize why life is such a beautiful thing. I can promise you I've done more with my life already than you'll probably do with yours within 30 years. However, that doesn't belittle you in any way, you still are a human being that has opinions and views that deserve to be heard, but you also need to realize: YOU DON'T KNOW SHIT ABOUT THIS WORLD CAUSE YOU'RE NOT EVEN 20 YEARS OLD. Seriously, I don't know shit either, I'm just as daft as you are, but this shouldn't be a reviled thing, it should be a celebrated thing.

I recently enlisted in the Army as a 68W Healthcare specialist, or as you know it; Combat Medic. I didn't enlist to go "kill Arabs" or "Be all I can be!". I enlisted to pay for college, and because my entire family has done it, to include my mother and father who is soon to retire from the Army. I also joined because I've lost friends, and I choose to join because I miss them and I know once we all talked about joining the Army, and of course, yes, to serve my country. Now that doesn't mean that anyone who doesn't join is a bad person, if anything they are braver than I am because they are willing to go out and face the hardship of the civilian life, something that I have trouble getting used to. Now I'm gonna teach you something you will learn later in life, those men and women that have fought and died for this country and achieved that medal that you hold such disdain towards, and better human beings than you will ever be. Not because they were given a medal or joined the military, but because at least they had respect for something, unlike you. I support freedom of speech, and voicing ones opinion even if it may differ from the zeitgeist, however you're opinions are nothing but filth and hatred, and fit the likes of warmongers, or to an even greater extent; disrespectful 5 year olds.

Seriously, I want you to know that I don't serve for people like you, if you're so inclined to spit on the memories of the fallen, and my friends and family without ever even meeting them or understanding them. Then you aren't worth one drop of blood from anyone, anywhere.

#18 Posted by OmegaChosen (646 posts) -

I made this a few months ago for some other thread on another forum. Weird how it fits.

#19 Posted by BraveToaster (12588 posts) -

@OmegaChosen said:

I made this a few months ago for some other thread on another forum. Weird how it fits.

Followed.

#20 Posted by UncleClassy (405 posts) -

Ah, to be young and an angsty teenager who thinks he has the world figured out.

#21 Posted by biospank (660 posts) -
@Axxol: they are not spesific about that actually. They say if they train the marines to have the instinct of a killer or murderer, that will actually mean that they don't have too much of a regret for killing someone in a war. 
Because normally when you are in a warzone you will either stop up and have massiv panic and anxiety attacks because of the noize and conditions you are in, so you can put it they are feeling that they are maybe getting killed.  But that is shellshock. But ptsd comes later from the feeling that you where in danger with a little mix of mild hallucinations. 
#22 Posted by BraveToaster (12588 posts) -

@biospank said:

@Axxol: they are not spesific about that actually. They say if they train the marines to have the instinct of a killer or murderer, that will actually mean that they don't have too much of a regret for killing someone in a war. Because normally when you are in a warzone you will either stop up and have massiv panic and anxiety attacks because of the noize and conditions you are in, so you can put it they are feeling that they are maybe getting killed. But that is shellshock. But ptsd comes later from the feeling that you where in danger with a little mix of mild hallucinations.

They who?

#23 Posted by Freshbandito (689 posts) -

one thing this bizarre looking little kid's rambling hate topics have done is made me realise that the internet isn't full of people like him, in every one of these there are responses from people who have truly inspiring counter-arguments that show that there's level headed, good people with the best intentions out there. These people, just by raising their voices and giving such damning counter-points to the topic creators' insane pubescent angst riddled rhetoric, prove him wrong and make me glad that he's in the minority.

There are people who deserve respect, people who give more than I could in the name of honour. Hopefully the topic creator will understand and believe in something greater than the self one day, until then I'm that bit prouder of the community here after reading some of the responses here.

P.S. There's a U in Honour! respect the Queen's English dammit!

#24 Posted by mylifeforAiur (3489 posts) -

Jeez, these ramblings of yours are becoming less and less tolerable and comprehensible. I can't wait for the next one!

#25 Posted by sanchopanza (247 posts) -

@Freshbandito said:

one thing this bizarre looking little kid's rambling hate topics have done is made me realise that the internet isn't full of people like him, in every one of these there are responses from people who have truly inspiring counter-arguments that show that there's level headed, good people with the best intentions out there. These people, just by raising their voices and giving such damning counter-points to the topic creators' insane pubescent angst riddled rhetoric, prove him wrong and make me glad that he's in the minority.

There are people who deserve respect, people who give more than I could in the name of honour. Hopefully the topic creator will understand and believe in something greater than the self one day, until then I'm that bit prouder of the community here after reading some of the responses here.

P.S. There's a U in Honour! respect the Queen's English dammit!

Indeed, sadly though this insane guy completely ignores any valid counter-arguments or comes back with something retarded like:

'you so wrong, I is right/you are a meanie :3 :D :s / /( . )( . )\ \'

so I don't think anyone is getting through.

#26 Edited by Vonocourt (2160 posts) -

Wait, so you provided examples to demonstrate how it's not smart to be honest all the time...when both of them are involve you breaking the law in the first place. Not very well thought out there bud. Not even going to touch your attempt to defame the medal of honor.

Also, care to provide a source for you Unknown quote. Google search only brings up two links, both of them this topic.

#27 Posted by laserbolts (5353 posts) -
@Cloudenvy

@laserbolts said:

I honor no one.

I disrespect you.

I disrespect everyone.
#28 Posted by Cloudenvy (5891 posts) -

@laserbolts said:

@Cloudenvy

@laserbolts said:

I honor no one.

I disrespect you.

I disrespect everyone.

Including yourself?

#29 Posted by Beforet (2931 posts) -

Forget honor and respect, this world's about love maaaaaan!

#30 Posted by FireBurger (1479 posts) -

Can we please stop having pathetically ignorant, uneducated, naive blogs from this guy, already?

#31 Posted by biospank (660 posts) -
@Axxol: In a bbc documenetry the us marine core(not sure how its spelled) they stated, actually what I said to make killing an instinct so the marines can get back to the world more easily. So that shellshock will not be so commen in a warzone. And ptsd will not be commen after when they come home.  
#32 Posted by Azteck (7449 posts) -
@Yagami said:
penis
That's highly offensive, guy!
#33 Edited by EdIsCool (1122 posts) -

I really can't stand the default "thank you for your service" that polite society demands we say when we meet anyone in the military. Also the respect shown to the military is disgusting. When you boil it down as the late great Bill Hicks said (50 today) "Arnt you all just hired killers? We'll call you when we need you to bomb a nation of little brown people." if you can prove to me that you didnt shoot unarmed civilians, or even unarmed enemy combatants, or collect the skulls of Taliban,rape the enemies women, or operate/tolerate Abu Ghraib or other atrocities such as My Lai. Then I won't call you a cunt(to your face).I don't, by default, thank you for your service, I don't,by default, respect it. When you remove the ban on killing, expecting people to behave well in other ways is unrealistic.

#34 Posted by punpun (232 posts) -

uuuuugghhhghhghgh

#35 Posted by huntad (1958 posts) -

@JasonR86: Ugh, thank you for displaying these. Some people have no clue. Although I don't personally advocate the idea of a military force, or encourage anyone to join the military I don't stop them nor do I look at them with any more or less respect. However, I think those that do things like this are heroes whether or not they are in the military (selfless acts).

#36 Posted by Vinny_Says (5721 posts) -

@Yagami said:

Next blog will concern Faith. The art of belief about what is true without any evidence at all whatsoever. It will be highly offensive to the Christians and Muslims, and also most likely the Jews of this forum. - Look forward to it. :3

Hey or how about you talk about something remotely related to video games on this here video game website. It's not mandatory but it would be nice to know what games you like.

You know conscription is still mandatory in a lot of places, you're not nescesarily a patriot or a "reckless soldier" because you are in the army.

#37 Posted by AyKay_47 (293 posts) -

Words are cool. My favorite is cunt. It rhymes with punt, bunt, and runt. Isn't it funny how wildly different people's reactions can be when all you change is one phoneme, or letter? People are funny. What makes a minimal pair with bigger?

Some words are nothing but a way to fuck with the feeble-minded. Those words aren't very cool.

#38 Posted by Fattony12000 (7596 posts) -

HONOUR

RESPECT

BROTHER

#39 Posted by ki11tank (682 posts) -

DEERRRRRRRPPPPPPPP

#40 Posted by Patman99 (1620 posts) -

@laserbolts said:

@Cloudenvy

@laserbolts said:

I honor no one.

I disrespect you.

I disrespect everyone.

I honour and respect you guys for voicing your opinions....

I used to get all pissed at this OP's threads but now, all I do is sit back and have a joke with the rest of the honourless people that have probably come to the same realisation.

#41 Posted by Dany (7887 posts) -

Do you like video games?

#42 Posted by VanTesla (246 posts) -

@OmegaChosen said:

I made this a few months ago for some other thread on another forum. Weird how it fits.

Nice

#43 Posted by TooWalrus (13255 posts) -

@OmegaChosen: Oh hey- you were my 400th follower!

...which is weird, because I SWEAR I used to have over 400. Who unfollowed me!? I'm not mad, just disappointed. Dicks. Just kidding, I don't care. Oh, is this thread still going? Rad.

#44 Posted by MikeGosot (3227 posts) -
@YagamiFirst of all, your disrespect for the Army and for Law Enforcers is intriguing, to say the least. Correct me if i'm wrong, but they're both tools used for security and protection of the ideals of a country. The Army represents THE BRUTE FORCE of a country... Not every country is goddam Costa Rica. Sometimes, to protect you ideals, you need guns. GUNS THAT KILL. Besides, you talk much about killing for a country, but what about those who died for an ideal? And how could you not respect Law Enforcers? They keep the society on the line. If the city you live in doesn't look like Arkham City, you should thank these guys because they have the power to regulate a city, and they're doing a good job. I understand that both of these organizations doesn't work exactly like i said, and they do have their flaws, but to have NO respect for them is something that i can't quite grasp.
Second of all, the way you see the Medal Of Honor is just plain wrong. They've acted like humans, they've showed respect, and sacrificed their own security for other human beings. They are heroes, not because they're "going to kill Arabs", but because they were proud to use their lifes to protect others. 
And third, i use "It's an honor to meet you" when i admired the person before i knew her in person. 
Also, you should whatch Elite Troop. It's a Brazilian movie about a real organization that needs to go VERY, VERY far to ensure that their mission is accomplished. 
Sorry for my english and for this giant post, but i felt that i needed to reply to you; 
 
@UncleClassy said: 

Ah, to be young and an angsty teenager who thinks he has the world figured out.

C'mon, that's awesome. It's a curse, and it may be very annoying, but it's awesome. I just hope i'm not like this when i turn 18.
#45 Posted by laserbolts (5353 posts) -
@Cloudenvy Myself more than anyone.
#46 Posted by Freshbandito (689 posts) -

@EdIsCool said:

I really can't stand the default "thank you for your service" that polite society demands we say when we meet anyone in the military. Also the respect shown to the military is disgusting. When you boil it down as the late great Bill Hicks said (50 today) "Arnt you all just hired killers? We'll call you when we need you to bomb a nation of little brown people." if you can prove to me that you didnt shoot unarmed civilians, or even unarmed enemy combatants, or collect the skulls of Taliban,rape the enemies women, or operate/tolerate Abu Ghraib or other atrocities such as My Lai. Then I won't call you a cunt(to your face).I don't, by default, thank you for your service, I don't,by default, respect it. When you remove the ban on killing, expecting people to behave well in other ways is unrealistic.

You tell them! forming your own opinions is for saps, people should just take other people's opinions as their own and quote directly instead of forming their own argument/point. Bill Hicks would be proud of you! you're not a sheep.

Bill Hicks was always forcibly offensive, he sought to make the audience feel uncomfortable, to challenge their views, I think you're misaproppriating his view points.

Goatboy is glad you slavishly repeat his words! *wheeeesnort*

#47 Edited by mlarrabee (3031 posts) -

Actually, the Medal of Honor is bestowed upon servicemen and women who knowingly and willingly risk their lives for their fellow human beings, "above and beyond" that of their comrades. There are many cases of the medal being awarded to medics for their medical services to enemy combatants while under fire.

Take a look at the - woefully incomplete - Wikipedia page of Medal of Honor recipients; there are more cases of servicemen protecting each other at their own risk than that of killing the enemy.

The traditions of removing your hat and of standing at attention predate you by millennia. To follow them is good. To question them is better. To belittle them is unbelievably pretentious.

And as for your opinion of honesty, if your honesty would cause you to be constantly "in trouble," maybe you deserve it. I am able to tell the truth because I am neither an idiot nor a coward. I rarely do things that would cause me to be ashamed if others knew, and when I do such things I'm adult enough to not hide behind lies.

#48 Posted by Mirado (1050 posts) -

The only two words that are rapidly losing respect are "Blog Post".

#49 Posted by RollingZeppelin (2078 posts) -

OP seems like an unpleasant person, but that's typical of all his fellow young douchey emos. In 5 years he'll look back on the way he is now and shake his head.

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#50 Posted by logicfracture (158 posts) -

@PeasantAbuse said:

@biospank said:

@baconbits33: So let me get this straight you said "fuck you" to a person who actually told the truth? Well at least you are honest. But then again have you lost someone in a war? Because instead of taking that hate to him, take the hate on the companys that makes killing soldiers in war fun. I can see the teens and general americans thinking war is fun and games, and a soldier is a action hero but in reality it is more grim then that with something called PTSD and shellshock. But with the new training in the marines they say the stats for that should be less then normal because people who gets ptsd or shellshock don't have the warrior gen as they call it. they are born killers while normal folk are not.

Lol, Yagami has a friend.

Or an alt.