By anonymous - 14/08/2011 01:17 - United States
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As a matter of fact, lake sharks are a huge problem. Over 70 people die each year in Canada from lake shark attacks. My uncle Dick Harry happened to be one of those 70 people in 2004. God bless his soul. He was out fishing one day on one of Vancouver's beautiful lakes on July 27, 2004. That was the day he didn't come home. His life was claimed by a lake shark. The only evidence was a single tooth from the monstrous fifty foot shark. Rest in Peace uncle Dick Oversized Harry. You will never be forgotten.
113 - Your logic is aggravating me. Fear doesn't rely on the gender of a person, nor does the ability to accept a challenge, even when they're scared. That's called confidence, and that depends on a person's personality, not their gender. Men are usually found in combat units and special forces because their physical build is superior to that of a woman, not because they're known to "overcome their fears" more often.
116 - Of course I know what are the Seals are, a great number of family were/are enlisted. All I'm saying is that you can't say that boys shouldn't be scared of things. If you're going to use the military as an example, they train you to become powerful mentally. You think that Army recruits are the same guys you see months later? No, those guys are just like you or me, and would be scared as shit if they were thrown onto the battlefield right away. They're trained not to have those fears, regardless of what gender they are. Condition a person enough, no matter who they are, and they'll be able to overcome their fears, whether they be male or female.
Just throw him in