The people looking to hate, and justify thier own inactivity are the worst> Most have no clue. Quoting: PaatRiot101 475554
Nobody's justifying their own inactivity. Even if I was still in my 20's I would have nothing to do with this war for oil, err, I mean war on terror. I have absolutely nothing to justify to you or anybody.
"Sometimes, when people, especially very young people, are exposed to these terrors they develop psychological barriers that help them cope." WTF, are you serious? LMAO! I don't know what school you went to Dr. Phil, but when I was in the 6th grade, I didn't stand around talking about "something horrible" for show and tell. There is no valid psychological point you bring up here. These idiots don't look very shell shocked or war torn. They're just bored, plain as the look on their faces.
Ok, so let's put "more analysis" towards this situation: here we have two douchebags that are so afraid to give away their position that they're standing on top of a ravine, in broad daylight, where the world can see them, throwing what may or may not be a dead puppy over. So much for not giving away their position. Good job Lance Cpl. David Motari, you idiot! And so much for the argument that tries to justify what this coward did with the whole position crap.
Second of all, I, like many people that saw this video, believe the dog was dead already, and that the audio of it yelping sounds extremely fake. There is no doppler effect as the puppy's body flies further away and down the ravine, and was probably dubbed in later on this douchebag's laptop before he posted it on youtube. Also it appears the video was shot on a cell phone or a really cheap digital camera, yet the audio is pretty clear even as the puppy is out of sight. Youtube compresses video into flash format, but that doesn't explain the degradation of picture quality we see in the clip. So I think the descrepency between the video and audio quality of the dog yelping make it an obvious edit job. But at the same time it doesn't look like a stuffed animal. I mean what does this guy do, carry around stuffed animal puppies in his backpack? Is that standard Marine Corps issue? It looks like its a real dog, but was already dead before they started video recording it. So that begs the question: how did this thing die in the first place? Did these coward excuses for Marines find it that way, or did they kill it before hand?
Either way, they obvously have WAY too much time on their hands, and aren't that busy enough "defending our freedom" to be "psychologically tortured by the hell that is war". LMAO, I swear, some of you people crack me up with your attempts at psychology.