Muhammad Ali: Heroes Get Remembered But Legends Never Die

Muhammad Ali is dead—but the internet, Oh our precious internet, is full of life. Countering the heart-felt remembrance for Ali has been some criticism coming from places very close to and inside the military community.

 

A Veteran’s Guide to Disability Compensation

Bangalore the bureaucracy. Some help to veterans - by a veteran - who has been there, done that, and got the T-shirt.

How to: Employ a combat vet

As the military downsizes and combat operations in Iraq and Afghanistan are coming to a screeching halt, veterans are going to need jobs.

TRUTH

So here's the deal: once upon a time a rock careening through the cosmos drifted close enough to a massive, naturally occurring instance of nuclear fusion to cook up an atmosphere and spawn organic consciousness, all so we could bear witness to the magnitude of existence.

Why More Art Needs to Come From the Warrior World

You're not a libtard tree-hugger for appreciating art. 

First Person Shooter

“I hope you make peace with your pain, and never lose your flames.”

-Issues

 

How to: Get a job (as a veteran)

If your degree is in a technical or scientific field, the value of a degree is fairly apparent. We as a society don’t want people without training as engineers to be the ones designing bridges. The value in a liberal arts degree, however, is less straight forward. Like it or not, having a degree is the basic level of entry for many jobs.

Why Oh Why, Didn’t I Take the Blue Pill?

One of the most annoying interactions I have with people is in reference to PTSD and the “symptom” of “hyper vigilance.” I can’t tell you how many times people ask me if being around crowds is frightening to me. I guess I can’t fault the ignorant too much. But, it gets a little old when I’m treated like I’m some kind of paranoid creep. 

Veteran Outrage Syndrome

Inciting online riots, dragging people into your beefs/shit talking sessions, and complaining about shit from sun up to sun down in no way constitutes productivity nor is it a worthy reflection of our veteran community. Fucking stop

Guns, responsibility and America

I've been asked the question more times than I care to count. Friends, family, and especially girlfriends are always wondering "why do you carry that thing?"

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