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Social climber
Some Rehab in Bolivia
Mar 31, 2013 - 02:36pm PT

I was never in the Military (My Father was however... Army Air Corp, Pilot)...

But one thing I LOVE is how the "Armchair" fukers THINK they know so much...

Fuking ALWAYS cracks me up!!!...


PS... Those of us that have NEVER been in the Military should really SHUT THE FUK UP about sh!t we know NOTHING about...

JUST my personal opinion...

Don't SHOOT me with an AK47 please!!!...


Trad climber
Santa Clara, CA
Mar 31, 2013 - 02:39pm PT
Ya never understood the anger torwards are troops. Who keep us safe.and ask for nothing in return.

I'm now going on my 24 year working with the Navy and can say they are tougher, stronger, and smarter than 99% of the top climber I've climbed with.

Many, Many have died, so many that at one point, I lost most of the men I'd been training to injury, death or PTSD.

They never promote themselves, and never question why, they give their all to take out people who would kill us without remorse for just believing in equality and justice for all. They rescue those being held hostage and being tortured, raped and murdered.

They are not appreciated by the liberal media, or by the white elite who make up are self absorbed climbing community.

But they deserve our respect and gratitude, and on this spiritual day honoring a man who gave his life for a power greater than himself, perhaps we should take a moment to honor the fallen who never asked for anything and paid the ultimate sacrifice so we can live in peace.

Well said, Scott!
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