Also you can kick a lot harder than you can punch.
As a good friend and fellow Marine said about this story.... "After you get shot at for a few weeks you start to just not give a f*%#."
Also when you gotta go, you gotta go.
Office Depot sells computers and tablets.
It took me years of practice, and being around insufferable douchebags, such as yourself, only helped to expedite it.
Did you ever make pepper gas bombs out of MRE heaters and Tobasco sauce?
"Yep, with rock salt." would be even better.
I remember reading not too long ago that games like Call of Duty are being used to help treat servicemen with PTSD, something along the lines of it lets them relive traumatic experiences in total safety.
This study makes me think of the old saying "There are lies, damned lies, and statistics."
I really hope AMC doesn't drop the ball with "Hell on Wheels".
The description from the AMC page: “Hell on Wheels” – a contemporary western about post-Civil War America that focuses on a Confederate soldier who sets out to exact revenge on the Union soldiers who have killed his wife.
It's the Desert Marpat with his name tapes on so it is his utility uniform. And the Marine Corps is very strict on what you can do with your uniform. You will probably never see a Marine in his or her cammies eating at a restaurant off base, unless it has been changed the only things we were allowed to do in our cammies was gas up our cars, go to the bank, and go to a grocery store to pick up essentials like diapers and baby formula.