Soldier

Filmed at Arlington National Cemetery in Arlington, VA:

So disrespectful.  A lot of people just don’t “get it” because they are so far removed from death in war.  For most, I imagine visiting there is just another meaningless stop on the list before they head to the Cheesecake Factory.  I’ve never been to war, so I don’t know what it’s like either… but I definitely can comprehend the gravity of the commitment and sacrifice every soldier makes.

Thoughts?

Hat tip: Al

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Wow.. this is what I call love:

I guess that’s what 8 months without seeing him will do.  Almost makes me wish I had a dog.  Once they learn to poop in toilets and wipe their asses i’ll be the first one in line.

The same guy from the video taught his dog to play Osama (dead)!  Epic.

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Pistons? Microcomputers? You bet:

According to the video 1 out of 5 single amputee soldiers return to duty.   That’s amazing. I hope it’s out of a dedication to their job though, and not because “someone’s gotta pay the bills” because the disability money is not enough to live off.

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Talk about adapting:

Unfortunaly no none ever sources their pics, so I have no idea where this is from.  I assume it is some sort of wounded warrior program.

The gun appears to be a HK G3A3.

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This is the type of serious business that gets discussed on the internet.

You be the judge:

I’m leaning more towards saying it was intended to be just his brother or good friend.  The lack of other people represented besides the two of them, and the long waists-touching embrace could suggest otherwise though.

Regardless of the homo/hetro-ness of the commercial, its good to see Budweiser supports the troops.

What do your gaydars read? Let me know in the comments.

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Nothing like rocking out to Motley Crue while on the clock.

Do your thing soldier.

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