Its a kickass show. I have a friend who is about to leave for Inoc for pjs, he has been training for years, and absolutely loves the show.
Im surprised they dont talk about how tough the training is. PJ indoctrination (think navy seal BUDS) has the highest washout rate of any school in the military, usually over 90%. And thats just the first part of the training. The training pipeline is over 2 years long. crazy
Alcohol, Tobacco and Firearms should be a convenience store, not a government agency.
oh. my. god. i want now any idea of when you will release? like months, years, jib life? -the.cheat
"i down shift beside hybrids so that they can hear me killing the environment."-whattheshit
Cry me a river and build a bridge over it so you can get to the forest of Go fuck yourself-Theron
crazy kick ass show. I talk to PJ's all the time on my base, and they are some of the most down to earth guys you will ever meet in your life. You would think that them knowing how badass they are they would be so cocky and arrogant but that is not the case. Coolest guys you could meet, and I would want nobody else fighting on my side.
And speaking of the training, and why they don't talk about the training, Discovery put out surviving the cut so we all have had the chance to know about their training. This series is to express the hardships they go through every damn day physically and even more so mentally. It sucks being in Afghanistan, away from your family, having rockets shot at you. Shit takes a toll on your head, and this series is doing a damn fine job and explaining that.