I find you to be a cat litter munching, moronic, dead carp dickwad, who talks like an inbred teletubbie.
Your dog is a mutant leaking pickle barrel who serves a sick minded, blockheaded, drippy donkey.
Go drool on somebody else, you godforsaken wastrel bat out of hell, who inhabits the body of a mangled, abysmal, hampster eater.
You suffer from sublimated masturbatory tendencies.
You unsavory Pizza-Face.
From Time Magazine
While the headline-grabbing weapons in this war have been high-tech wonders, like unmanned drones that drop Hellfire missiles on the enemy below, troops like LeJeune are going into battle with a different kind of weapon, one so stealthy that few Americans even know of its deployment. For the first time in history, a sizable and growing number of U.S. combat troops are taking daily doses of antidepressants to calm nerves strained by repeated and lengthy tours in Iraq and Afghanistan. The medicines are intended not only to help troops keep their cool but also to enable the already strapped Army to preserve its most precious resource: soldiers on the front lines.
A Soldier visited a military doctor in Iraq, who, after a quick session, diagnosed depression. The doctor sent him back to war armed with the antidepressant Zoloft and the antianxiety drug clonazepam. “It’s not easy for soldiers to admit the problems that they’re having over there for a variety of reasons,” The Soldier says. “If they do admit it, then the only solution given is pills.”
“It’s not easy for soldiers to admit the problems that they’re having over there for a variety of reasons,” “If they do admit it, then the only solution given is pills.”
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