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Old 04-16-2005, 13:01   #1 (permalink)
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kids you like violence??

http://www.pointblank-dm.com/archive...05/cover.shtml

In an effort to increase its ranks for coming wars, the U.S. military
is recruiting - and paying - children as young as 14 years old for
future combat duty.

Carla Bloomer agrees with Tom that poor children have few options, but
rankles at the suggestion that selling military service to a child is
an answer to the problem. And she didn't even know this was an issue
until she learned a recruiter had talked to her 14-year-old son and
convinced him to sign up.

"He's not smart enough to make a decision like that at this point in
his life," she says. "That recruiter came in and played to his
teenager's sense of invincibility and know-it-all attitude and
convinced him this was the best thing for him to do. In the end, I had
to give in and let him sign up."

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Old 04-16-2005, 14:01   #2 (permalink)
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"Page cannot be found".... haven't you embarassed yourself enough??



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Old 04-16-2005, 15:03   #3 (permalink)
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What a total crock o'............

On Sat, 16 Apr 2005 19:17:16 GMT, omarsimms25793@hotmail.com wrote:

>http://www.pointblank-dm.com/archive...05/cover.shtml
>
>In an effort to increase its ranks for coming wars, the U.S. military
>is recruiting - and paying - children as young as 14 years old for
>future combat duty.
>
>Carla Bloomer agrees with Tom that poor children have few options, but
>rankles at the suggestion that selling military service to a child is
>an answer to the problem. And she didn't even know this was an issue
>until she learned a recruiter had talked to her 14-year-old son and
>convinced him to sign up.
>
>"He's not smart enough to make a decision like that at this point in
>his life," she says. "That recruiter came in and played to his
>teenager's sense of invincibility and know-it-all attitude and
>convinced him this was the best thing for him to do. In the end, I had
>to give in and let him sign up."
>
>hurc ast


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Old 04-16-2005, 16:01   #4 (permalink)
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Fourteen year olds cannot enter into a contract with the government,
or with anyone else. Get a life and spew your ridiculous garbage
somewhere else.


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Old 04-16-2005, 16:01   #5 (permalink)
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> http://www.pointblank-dm.com/archive...05/cover.shtml
>
> In an effort to increase its ranks for coming wars, the U.S. military
> is recruiting - and paying - children as young as 14 years old for
> future combat duty.



I don't know what's more pathetic . . . the fact that someone took the time to
write up this complete load of crap or that someone -- anyone -- believes it.



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Old 04-16-2005, 19:01   #6 (permalink)
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On Sat, 16 Apr 2005 17:40:49 -0500, "Max C. Webster III"
<maxx2112@aol.com.mil.gov> wrote something wonderfully witty:

>> http://www.pointblank-dm.com/archive...05/cover.shtml
>>
>> In an effort to increase its ranks for coming wars, the U.S. military
>> is recruiting - and paying - children as young as 14 years old for
>> future combat duty.

>
>
>I don't know what's more pathetic . . . the fact that someone took the time to
>write up this complete load of crap or that someone -- anyone -- believes it.
>

No shit, but there is an idiot born every minute of everyday. Hell
the Military isn't even going to talk to a non-HS graduate anymore,
let alone a 14 year old.

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Old 04-17-2005, 09:01   #7 (permalink)
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Dead link. Go get a diaper change and leave this group alone.


On Sat, 16 Apr 2005 19:17:16 GMT, omarsimms25793@hotmail.com wrote:

>http://www.pointblank-dm.com/archive...05/cover.shtml
>
>In an effort to increase its ranks for coming wars, the U.S. military
>is recruiting - and paying - children as young as 14 years old for
>future combat duty.
>
>Carla Bloomer agrees with Tom that poor children have few options, but
>rankles at the suggestion that selling military service to a child is
>an answer to the problem. And she didn't even know this was an issue
>until she learned a recruiter had talked to her 14-year-old son and
>convinced him to sign up.
>
>"He's not smart enough to make a decision like that at this point in
>his life," she says. "That recruiter came in and played to his
>teenager's sense of invincibility and know-it-all attitude and
>convinced him this was the best thing for him to do. In the end, I had
>to give in and let him sign up."
>
>hurc ast


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