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Robert Southey, Life of Nelson, 1813
The pain which is felt when we are first transplanted from our native soil - when the living branch is cut from the parent tree - is one of the most poignant which we have to endure through life. There are after-griefs which wound more deeply, which leave behind them scars never to be effaced, which bruise the spirit, and sometimes break the heart: but never, never do we feel so keenly the want of love, the necessity of being loved, and the sense of utter desertion, as when we first leave the haven of home, and are, as it were, pushed off upon the stream of life.
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F/A-18E and F/A-18F Super Hornets stack up in preparation for launch from the flight deck. by Official U.S. Navy Page
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ATLANTIC OCEAN (March 24, 2020) F/A-18E and F/A-18F Super Hornets assigned to Carrier Air Wing (CVW) 8 stack up in preparation for launch from the flight deck of the aircraft carrier USS Gerald R. Ford (CVN 78) during flight operations, March 24, 2020. Gerald R. Ford is underway in the Atlantic Ocean conducting carrier qualifications. (U.S. Navy photo by Mass Communication Specialist 1st Class Gary A. Prill/Released)200324-N-RB564-0041

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Children wave goodbye as USS North Carolina (SSN 777) deploys from Pearl Harbor. by Official U.S. Navy Page
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PEARL HARBOR (March 25, 2020) Children wave goodbye as the Virginia-class fast-attack submarine USS North Carolina (SSN 777) departs Joint Base Pearl Harbor-Hickam for a scheduled deployment. The submarine is 377-feet long, displaces 7,800 tons, is equipped to carry torpedoes and tomahawk missiles, and possesses the capacity to insert special operations forces into a multitude of environments and battlefield scenarios. (U.S. Navy photo by Chief Mass Communication Specialist Amanda R. Gray/Released) 200325-N-UD469-0009

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Repost from @direct_action_apparel - National Medal Of Honor Day 🇺🇸 Creds to @themarinerapper 🔥 awesome!!! #directaction #directactionapparel #military #marines #army #airforce #navy #medalofhonorday #medalofhonor #themarinerapper #guns #sniper #follow #veteranowned #viral #viralvideos #supportourtroops #staydangerous (at Texas)

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I’ve been considering doing something different after this semester. My university, like all the others, have completely switched to an online structure, and I’m not compatible with that teaching style. I’ve heard that the virus is expected to make a comeback late fall/early winter, and I would rather avoid being stuck in this situation next semester. Unfortunately, I have loans that kick in if I’m not in school full-time. I already took a break last spring, so im just not sure what to do to avoid the crippling depression I’ve been facing during this quarantine.

I’m just so stressed and depressed, I dont know what to do with my life to make me happy. I can’t see my support group, i have no job and no money, I can’t go to the art studio and make art when all my art classes have moved online (whatever the fuck that means), and I don’t have any motivation to keep up with the borderline abusive, extra workload that these fucking professors have dumped on us.

I know if I don’t do something about this, I’m going to end up cutting for the first time in three years, or feeling suicidal again.

I’m an anti-imperialist leftist, and as much as I hate hate hate what the US military does abroad and domestically, I’ve been looking into the short term benefits of possibly joining the navy. It would at the very least give me the structure that I wont be seeing in any school for the next year while capitalism fails miserably to get a handle on the current pandemic. I know I need a change, and I feel pushed into a corner, with the military being one of the very few ways out that doesnt involve having loanshark company’s come after me for student loans, or working at mcdonalds for the rest of my life.

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5 hours of work for this fluffy dude. Worth it.

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