- Jan 4, 2010
They should totally replace our rehab clinics with this. I'm sure we'd have much less screwed up celebrities if we really went all the way with it.
Agreed. Celebrities act all offended as it is when the paparazzi take pictures of them shopping in their PJs, so imagine the (more genuine) shame they would feel at having pictures taken when they're sweaty, muddy, hair all ratty, and no make-up to go along with the strain faces of having to work out past anything they got from personal trainers. That should help them think twice before breaking laws everyone should follow, then bully their way out because they're famous.OtherSideofSky said:They should totally replace our rehab clinics with this. I'm sure we'd have much less screwed up celebrities if we really went all the way with it.
For some I suppose. Hard to believe that some people even start it up though.milkkart said:
Or in this case more a DI's boot kicking them in the right direction.Druyn said:Yeah, I dont see the big deal. Not with the training, Im sure the camp is hard considering its a boot camp, and I sure as hell wouldnt want to do it, but I mean the concept. Really, happens all the time over here, and sometimes if the parents cant or wont do it, the kids need a push in th eright direction.AK47Marine said:Shit it's just getting sent to military school, happens all the time in the states
South Korea requires mandatory military service any way, so this will just give them a leg up when they head to real boot camp.
Edit: That said this almost seems like an excuse to avoid parenting, a parent should be able to instill discipline in their children themselves. If they really are heading off on the wrong track (joining a gang, etc) then this type of punishment and social reform would be quite valuable and more useful then Juvi
Hahaha god I wish that was true, most of it comes down to fucking with us because they got fucked with and us having the mental endurance to get past it for a lot of the stuff in boot. Meanwhile out in the real Corps (and probably the rest of the armed forces) hazing and shit just for the hell of it is sadly quite common, it doesn't really serve a point just lets some NCO get his jollies "punishing" Marines for some infraction or another. Still was considered a military exercise, one NCO even made sure any hazefests he held were logged as training hours.LANCE420 said:I don't think these are military exercises, because military exercises tend to have a relevant point.
so joining a gang and potentially commit crimes is the same as playing videogames?vansau said:kids who miss school, become addicted to video games or join gangs
FYI looks like them game addicts get an early start in their military training that they are required to have when they turn 18 anyways.Scarecrow 8 said:'To make them stronger and more responsible'
More like fuck them up for the rest of there lives.