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Prescription for sex!!!

So I went to the doctors today…. Long story but I completely lost my shit on Sunday, I mean when I say I lost my shit I really did!! 809 more words

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"Greediest of All"

Homers story of the “Quarrel between Agamemnon and Achilles” and  Stanley Kubrick’s movie “Paths of Glory” reveals the traits of a selfish leader who is seen being confronted by a man who is a much greater warrior and leader than the Commander and Chief of both armies. 329 more words

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An Unhealthy Leadership

Soldiers are supposed to look up to their superiors and trust them in their decisions. But throughout history there has been an unfortunate pattern of untrustworthy leaders who abuse their power. 268 more words

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Leadership

In the leaders Homer’s epic poem, the IliadBase Details by Siegfried Sassoon, and the military movie Paths of Glory are all parasitic in their habit to misunderstand the difference between the front lines and strategic planning, and ultimately life and death. 209 more words

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Winter’s log, earthdate 201609.27

04.55 pm

I’m baaa-aack!! Actually, I’ve had a couple of very busy days – Sunday having been taken up by one of my worst ever… 2,357 more words

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Lack of Sufficient Leadership

Homer’s book, Sassoon’s “Base Details”, and Kubrick’s Paths of Glory all share a common theme which is soldiers detrimental opinions of high-ranked military leaders casting a negative light on military leadership. 279 more words

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Entry #1: Leadership

The presence of military leadership is essential to a well-structured army. However, if the man in charge is not respected by his men the structure of the unit can easily crumble and fall from beneath his feet. 271 more words

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