Armies...

Discussion in 'America Attacks!' started by dee, May 28, 2004.

  1. dee

    dee Member

    ...nothing but a large group of trained murderers, no matter what way you look at it. Some people are just born to kill, we are just human. Personally, I think I was born to chill.
     
  2. weaselpop

    weaselpop Member

    I agree. I was also born to chill. I've never been in a fight. Even when a girl went mental and slapped me i didn't do anything back. Instead i laughed. Come to think of it, i should do that, laughing has gotten me into trouble on several occasions...
     
  3. weaselpop

    weaselpop Member

    *shouldn't do that.
     
  4. Megara

    Megara Banned

    careful laughing when you get slapped or your other cheek gets it too :p
     
  5. dee

    dee Member

    Chill has to be the best option. War or sit around getting stoned, hmmm hard decision. Millions choose war, I understand the adrenaline of it all but it's a bit too much madness for my liking. Make love not war, surely everyone has heard that saying, don't they understand? Love or war, hmmm another hard decision. Earth is challenged, I wonder if we will blow it up before it finishes us off for good in wait for a new population. I wonder if they'll do a more peaceful job than our history dictates. Now I'm thinking too much, this weed is good. It definetely increases my ability to talk shit, is anyone actually still reading? Peace.
     
  6. weaselpop

    weaselpop Member

    lol. It didn't hurt, and i didn't get another slap. I have to admit, i kind of deserved it; i was being a little insensitive, but in the end she was more in the wrong than me.

    What i was refering to was when a time a very muscular girl was giving my friend grief, and then went onto my other friend who was defending her. We were all sitting together. The words coming out of the girls mouth were just so ridiculous; though she was larger than us she was a couple of years below us, and i just couldn't help laughing. When she asked me what was so funny i just kept laughing. The pips went so i was saved, but i came across her on my way back to class on day, and she started giving me grief. I ignored her cause she wasn't funny any more, just boring, and she followed me. Then she shewed up some peanuts and spat it onto me. This was going too far, so i turned around and started walking to where her head of year would be, not saying anything. After a little she asked me what i was doing and i told her. You should've heard her turn. She BEGGED me. She was on the edge of tears. Oh the power... She begged me not to tell her head of year (she was always in troubel so this was a bad thing for her), but i said too late. You know, for some reason she didn't bother me or my friends again.

    This is quite a good story for this thread. War vs. chillin' on a miniature scale. :D
     
  7. dee

    dee Member

    they scare me
     
  8. Sera Michele

    Sera Michele Senior Member

    I prefer to chill too.

    Live and let live, that's how I feel.
     
  9. Mui

    Mui Senior Member

    im chillen so good rite now
     
  10. dee

    dee Member

    Yeah chillin is cool and I enjoy it! The longest I ever chilled for was about 2 days and then I just got bored. Some people seem to have it down to a fine art though.
     
  11. Sera Michele

    Sera Michele Senior Member

    [​IMG]Ah yes, thats the life!
     
  12. dee

    dee Member

    haha yeah you can't get much more chilled than that. All they need is a bong and some fine erb to smoke.
     
  13. NightOwl1331

    NightOwl1331 Hip Forums Supporter HipForums Supporter

    Its scarey to see what the military does to people. I knew this guy back in high school who was pretty hip and very chill. He joined the navy to get college tuition and well...the war broke out...and he ended up in Iraq. I saw him a few months ago and he is a completely different person. He's cold and hateful. He told me about the "mental training" he got and it sounded like psychological torture to me.
     
  14. LickHERish

    LickHERish Senior Member

    Indoctrination is the hallmark of military service. After all, it's necessary to ensure that our youth are reduced to useful mindless unquestioning drones before sending them off to fight and die to increase the profits of the elite few!
     

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