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our heroes come home! hahahahahah

Discussion in 'Channel Zero' started by Mr. Mang, Mar 27, 2002.

  1. Mr. Mang

    Mr. Mang Elite Member

    Joined: Feb 27, 2002 Messages: 2,901 Likes Received: 1
    i just saw on the news about some navy guys that came home from afghanistan (or around there somewhere). everyone is throwing up their 'hero' banners. that's pretty wack. there is nothing heroic about sitting on a huge, state of the art aircraft carrier (or jet) miles out at sea against an 'army' that doesn't even have a ship of its own.

    sad. but whatever fuels the propaganda machine...
  2. --zeSto--

    --zeSto-- Guest

    ah.. the 'HERO' title.
    such an odd word.

    The navy sailor who are coming home now,
    have completed their tours, and simply did their jobs.
    Is it heroic to do your job? I say no.

    Also, the navy has always taken heat for being soft.
    Not as soft as the airforce mind you, but their real duty
    is to deliver the marines and other troops to the war zone.

    now here's a point of view that get me in much heat...
    If you die doing your job (unless its Mcdonalds) does that make you a hero?
    The firemen and police men that ran into the WTC died doing their job.
    Would they have entered the buildings if they knew they were coming down?
    Well those who would have, those ARE true heros.