The shutting down of a popular game at Summerfest called Virtual Army Experience has led the army to reconsider its techniques for recruiting youngsters. “We thought an exciting romp through an urban environment in a Humvee with guns-a-blazing would excite our nation’s youth,” said Brigadier General Joe Anderson. “Apparently, Summerfest patrons are not looking for fun, so we’ve developed a game called Virtual Army Home Experience."

 

The experience starts with a video email from the player’s wife, saying her pregnancy is going well and that she can’t wait for your return, followed by a ride in a Humvee that gets hit by a makeshift bomb and small munitions fire. 

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My servants live in the servants' quarters near the back doors in my house. They may be from The Ukraine, but they work hard for their money and never complain. Our state's public servants want to live better than the people they serve, but they should really accept their lots in life and live in the general squalor their positions entitle them to.
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The city’s gangs are implementing new training methods, and their main inspiration will be the Al-Qaeda training camps, such as those used by Osama Bin Laden. Local gang leaders, who agreed to speak anonymously for this article, cite a number of recent foul-ups as their reason for this measure.

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