a term in the underlying ideas of kool keith which levels of heroism are inverse of deployments(real world and training), joint suffering shared with fellow comrads, length of enlistment and type of MOS that collectively mold a United States Marine into either a humble amphibous warthog or the flipside, a big mouthed, small minded, wearing your blues out on the town after discharge, falsified acts of anything other than being an empty uniform, human form of swine. Essentially, the more you train, deploy, and find yourself with the most admirable group of misfits ever devised, the GRUNTS, the less likely you'll be a hero. However, less you train, deploy and find yourself in weak POG specialties, the more likely you'll be a hero and have over a dozen bumperstickers to prove it.
Not everyone understands the hero theory, but the ones that do smile.
by kool keith nfi September 14, 2007

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a term in the underlying ideas of kool keith which levels of heroism are inverse of deployments(real world and training), joint suffering shared with fellow comrads, length of enlistment and type of MOS that collectively mold a United States Marine into either a humble amphibous warthog or the flipside, a big mouthed, small minded, wearing your blues out on the town after discharge, falsified acts of anything other than being an empty uniform, human form of swine. Essentially, the more you train, deploy, and find yourself with the most admirable group of misfits ever devised, the GRUNTS, the less likely you'll be a hero. However, less you train, deploy and find yourself in weak POG specialties, the more likely you'll be a hero and have over a dozen bumperstickers to prove it.
Not everyone understands the hero theory, but the ones that do smile.
by kool keith nfi September 14, 2007

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