Just remember your not doing anything for me. Your not defending me. Your not protecting my country. Your not helping anyone. Your being a tool for the capitalist system and a mechanism in the machine of post imperialism. If that's what floats your boat I say go for it.
Good comment Scott Free.
But that may sink his boat, oh well each to his own..............
He's young - he's still immortal.
It's impossible to explain danger to someone who's frontal lobes aren't firing on all cylinders yet. That's why the army recruits kids - I think it's criminal exploitation, but whatever... when in Rome.
Exploitation in the worst form, when they come back missing limbs or dead...................
Kid wants to join the forces, he wants to join the forces. I'm not sure pawing through the earth hoping for the best with improvised explosive devices would be a choice I'd make - but to each their own. Some folks wouldn't care for endless flying time over an ice-cube infested ocean looking for submarines either. And ... some folks just like to talk....
I haven't seen one of them lumbering over Pictou county for decades, I was always ammazed that they could get off the ground. But jeezus the fly overs were impressive. What were they like to work in?
You must be kidding here, why anyone would join a military which has lost its identity.
FROM PEACE KEEPERS, TO SECOND ON THE SH!T LIST
What are you looking for/ GOOD PAY?, SERVING YOUR COUNTRY ON A STUPID CAUSE?, OR ARE YOU LOOKING TO GET INJURED BY LOOSING A LEG OR AN ARM AND COME HOME FORGOTTEN BY A GOVERNMENT WHO WAS MORE INTERESTED IN KISSING AMERICAN ARSS THAN LOOKING AFTER YOUR WELL BEING AFTER YOUR SERVICE IS DONE???????????????????????????????
Man do your self a favour and keep your arms and legs, you need them more than you need the stupid Conservatives…………………………..If you die in combat weasal Harper will try to negociate with your family on whom will pay the most on your burial, as we have seen in past such cases.............the waesels were giving families of dead solders 1/4 of the cost.......
The Argus was quite an airplane. When I joined the RCAF, the Argus was brand new.and at the time there was nothing to match it. What was special was not only it's great radar and sensing equipment, but that it could stay in the air for an awfully long time. I think it's endurance was something like 28 hours
I see that "Scott Free" is a fan of Paiget and his idea of intellectual development.