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#27 Jan 16 2012 at 7:21 PM Rating: Good
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#29 Jan 16 2012 at 9:28 PM Rating: Excellent
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gbaji wrote:
While I've honestly heard only small tidbits about this, I'd assume he means they should be punished appropriately based on military law, but should not be punished inappropriately or more harshly because of the public attention on this particular incident.
Eh, it goes without saying that they're going to be punished much more harshly now than they would have if they didn't post it on the internet. If they'd have just done it, they'd probably get a slap on the wrist and maybe, maybe a ceremonial reduction in rank (IE: no reduction in pay, no counseling paperwork) at worst. Maybe even a thousand word essay they'd have to read to the entire company. Making it as public as they did, there's no choice but to punish them for their behavior. Like I said, their careers are over at the minimum.
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#31 Jan 17 2012 at 6:26 AM Rating: Excellent
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At least we know all the effort the military put into training them to dehumanize the enemy is working.
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Perry recalled how World War II era US general George Patton famously urinated in the Rhine river during his troops' march into **** Germany.
NPO, The Friends of the Rhine, would be all over his **** if he tried that today.



Because there's no difference between ******* in a river and ******* on a corpse.

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I'm not sure if you're responding to me or Perry's comments. I didn't compare ******* in a river to ******* on a dead body. If I did, my thought process would probably lead me to support putting the pee where it will do the most good and/or least damage - which would be on a corpse versus in the river. However, considering that the corpses will probably be retrieved and prepared for burial, the pee could become a problem with those that may have to handle the body.

It's illegal by policy so the perps should be punished, but the act is largely symbolic.
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#33 Jan 17 2012 at 10:19 AM Rating: Good
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It's illegal by policy so the perps should be punished, but the act is largely symbolic.


Wow, you don't say?
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It's illegal by policy so the perps should be punished, but the act is largely symbolic.


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In the way that large burning crosses just scorch a bit of grass, but are some-what symbolic?
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I'm not sure if you're responding to me or Perry's comments.


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#37 Jan 18 2012 at 8:31 AM Rating: Good
Honestly, I think what these young men did was reprehensible, but a dishonorable or bad conduct discharge really ought to be enough. That stuff stays with you a long time when you are looking for employment.
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#39 Jan 19 2012 at 12:09 AM Rating: Excellent
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I don't condone that type of behavior, but at the same time, I don't have the same amount of feelings for a dead person with a dead person who attempted to kill me.


Yeah, peeing on zombies is ok. Peeing on other soldiers who you have shot isn't so much.
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I don't condone that type of behavior, but at the same time, I don't have the same amount of feelings for a dead person with a dead person who attempted to kill me.


Wouldn't it be nice to go back to old gentlemanly conflict. All line up in neat lines and take turns shooting at each other. At the end of the day you can go back and collect your dead/wounded, then line up and do it all again at dawn.

I doubt many men ****** all over their enemies then, or thought it was ok to do so because they shot a friend or shot at them. But we can thank the French for bringing the savage natives into modern warfare and thus ending conflicts of gentlemen.

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But we can thank the French for bringing the savage natives into modern warfare and thus ending conflicts of gentlemen.
I thought it was the invention of the rifle and no longer needing to be standing within 100 feet of your foe with a wildly inaccurate musket that did that.
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The British created pugilism, which is the art of fighting with your fists. The Japanese created Judo, which is the art of fighting through grappling. The French created parkour, which is the art of fighting by running away.
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Think of the fortune we could save if we could just convince more criminals to upload to youtube.
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But we can thank the French for bringing the savage natives into modern warfare and thus ending conflicts of gentlemen.
I thought it was the invention of the rifle and no longer needing to be standing within 100 feet of your foe with a wildly inaccurate musket that did that.

They still did the whole lines and columns thing after the invention of the rifle. It just meant that the British had special forces as well as redcoats. Green Jackets FTW!

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They still did the whole lines and columns thing after the invention of the rifle.
Sure, until rifles weer proven to be superior, new tactics to utilize/defend them properly and mass production to outfit armies with were achieved.


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Nilatai wrote:
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But we can thank the French for bringing the savage natives into modern warfare and thus ending conflicts of gentlemen.
I thought it was the invention of the rifle and no longer needing to be standing within 100 feet of your foe with a wildly inaccurate musket that did that.

They still did the whole lines and columns thing after the invention of the rifle.


They didn't do it for very long. Basically, they did it until everyone realized that this was stupid because rifles were so much more accurate than muskets and losing 10s of thousands of soldiers in a single battle wasn't so great after all. Instead, they started hiding behind things and using terrain. Then they dug trenches. Then other stuff happened.
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You could've just said "This" to my last post.
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