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11-08-2011 @ 3:47PM
@Phob and Zoe.First off, Phob. I did not post on here to start arguing back and forth. I simply posted to let another side of the story be heard. Yes, its my side of the story, from my perspective, but it gets the point across. And that is showing your favoritism towards this one person over the rest of your guild. I myself dont really care either way, but those of your core guild that you shit on deserve a voice. Oh and btw, i did raid with the second raid team as a standby, yet you were hardly on, so i dont expect you to know that.Now onto Zoe. So you think i have no military background aye??? Lets think... AS2, USS Iwo Jima, 06 Lebinon evac, Katrina relief, amongst numerous missions in the gulf which my secondary duty came into play, stretcher bearer. To the civilian population that is an Onboard equivilant to an EMT. So yes i have seen the blood and the gore of combat. Given i am now a disabled vet, yet im still in the reserves, 7 years total now. SO please dont assume you know me at all. Now onto PTSD by definition it is simply a severe anxiety disorder that can develop after exposure to any event that results in psychological trauma. That being said, Bootcamp mind games can be a contributing factor to some, depending on the mental capacity to handle the situation. Now i assumed that this Eddie guy was suffering from stress he recieved while in basic, yet came to find out he had to ID a friends faceless body in the weeks shortly after his release out of Basic. So i stick to my original story that this guy needs help, and for Phob as a friend you should make sure he gets it.With that being said, i will no longer post on here. It was my first and this will be my last, as i feel that i have accomplished what i set out to do. Once i saw this familiar looking story on wowinsider, and realized that it was something i was involved in and could give voice to the others who knew nothing of this being on this website.
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