Glancing Blow: You laugh, but had you joined the TSA in the beginning you would be a Grand Exalted Leader by now.
mayIFark: May be not Necessarily snatching parses, but the general idea of getting away with crimes for sure.
wedun: every unemployed veteran with ptsd who can't adjust to civilian life wants to punch you, subby.To punch
Indubitably: wedun: every unemployed veteran with ptsd who can't adjust to civilian life wants to punch you, subby.To punch
wildcardjack: If he stole an oil field, maybe.
Prey4reign: Newspaper begins by referring to Super Trooper as a "decorated US Army veteran." But the article ends with his awards: Army Commendation Medal, Meritorious Unit Commendation, National Defense Service Medal, Global War on Terrorism Service Medal, Army Service Ribbon, and Parachutist Badge. In other words the only decoration he's wearing is basically what one might expect for doing nothing other than complete your term of enlistment. Where is the CIB you earn by being under fire in a combat zone? Where is the combat award for heroism under fire? Where is the Purple Heart for being wounded in action? In other words, where is any evidence that the purse snatcher returned from Iraq untreated for a case of PTSD?My guess is he didn't suffer from PTSD as much as suffered from MEU -- Making Excuses Up.
MyToeHurts: No he didn't learn to steal purses from his military time in Iraq. From his time in Iraq he learned to hate hinself and life from being ordered by a criminal president to fight an illegal war. Having to face danger, pain, destruction and death on a daily basis. Just so some rich f*ck can get even richer selling over-priced, questionable contracts for subpar service so we could hope to secure a unstable country and take their oil.
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