Except for the whole killing people thing.
Except for that I work on computers as a network admin.
And the fact that you willingly submit to be a tool. And these days it is the wedge, the simplest of tools that is needed and used by the corrupt shenanigans of the coporate controlled interests. Happy soldiering moron!
As true as being a tool may be, it's not in the context that you would think of. Also,
3. Calling people morons usualy reflects more on you than it does them.
1. They never said which army they were in.
2. They never said if they joined or were drafted.
1. U.S. Army
2. Joined - for some people it's one of the best options
... experience plus money for college.
Well, you can certainly relate then, with having someone control when you eat, sleep, shit, and work (mostly the latter, I'm guessing). Applies more to basic than anything else, I suppose (I haven't been in the military, so I'm merely postulating). It's a voluntary sacrifice you make for the sake of having a disciplined army...but civilians should not be forced into that kind of rigid, Spartan heirarchy of nearly absolute submission to authority, and nor should you once you're out of the armed forces.
Thanks, that's pretty much the exact point I was trying to make. It's not as bad as most people would think, but it is bad. And for all you people out there that won't grab your balls and serve your country I don't want to hear it.