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Cuz I had some injected during a sortie with the Tal Darim this afternoon and it was SUCH A RUSH! I've never been so alive and energetic! I could run faster; I could jump higher; I had this clarity of vision I've never had before, and damned if I couldn't pull the trigger faster!
...but fifteen seconds later I came down, and I felt as if a full quarter of my life had been expended. The medivacs fixed me up, but I just had to get more... Nothing can compare to that rush!
I've burned through my standard issue and wasted a month's salary bribing the munitions officer for more... The medics don't know what is going on with me, but I'm wasting most of their supplies as they keep me going after each hit.. I think I have a problem! Help me!
They say the battlefield life expectancy is 5-10 minutes after leaving the barracks. Anything after that is a bonus.
Mengsk keeps promising to implement the "Medic for Every Marine" initiative, but I think it's all hot air at this point. In fact, he's implemented cost-cutting measures: he fired all of the medics and retro-fitted dropships with healing laser thingies. I mean, what the hell, man?!
Well, do you know why they did that? Because there were to many Stalkers on the ground. XD
Edited by CrymsonRaven on 2/18/2013 2:31 PM PST
"What I mean by free healthcare is that we don't need to pay if we say, break our arms. It is payed for us through taxes. Also, have fun with your illegal immigrants. Ah, the fun of being bordered by only the States, and the fact that we have the most liberal border in the world. Your economy drops, us closer to the border do a ton of shopping down there."
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