Since we are
The guy in France scares me...one because of his youth, and two because our two countries weren't sharing information when it was plainly out there. As for the shooter in Afghanistan, he will lawyer up and in the end it will be shown that he did what he did because he had done what he had done for so long and been treated like shit and put back into duty when he was clearly mentally unfit. Dude's whole life was coming unglued and when he asked for some relief he got a fourth tour. Tell me somebody ain't talking to somebody else..seriously.
My dear friend's husband just returned from Germany following discharge from the army which included a tour in Iraq. They took off on a family vacation and narrowly missed being in a wreck on a busy city interstate. C said that he was so freaked out that he couldn't drive anymore after that and was just totally losing it. PTSD, untreated, will spread into a soldier's life and eat away at relationships and potential to heal and return to civilian life. Then there's the stress of trying to find a job in this lovely economy. For what it's worth, I blame Dubya.
I'm home and settled and not going out again because I've got the Neon, which shakes like a mofo ,so that BG will have a way home from work. Any questions? Leave them at the beep cuz I'm on a mission to have at least half a day off from the fun filled reality that is my life.
Peace and love ^j^