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Marine Creates Poll to Decide on Re-enlistment

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Active Military
March 7, 2018
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This is why people think Marines are dumb. We have a Marine who created an online poll to decide if he should re-enlist or not. Whether he abides by the decision the internet made, is yet to be seen, but as a Marine, he should honor his word, no matter how dumb it was to begin with. The poll which can be found here, allows users to vote more than once, more than twice, more than three times. The fact is you can vote as many times as you'd like. So in true Marine Corps fashion, we voted at least thirty or forty times. We kind of lost track and we're Marines soooo...we're not always the best with numbers. Some voted as much as one hundred times. Never give a bored Marine the opportunity to mess with a fellow Marine, it'll only end poorly.The intrepid young Marine stated that if he got 50,000 votes on one of the options, he would choose that option. Well, dummy, Marine Corps veterans from around this great nation responded with the age-old saying "Play stupid games, win stupid prizes" and it looks like Marvens Louis will be re-enlisting. Being in the Marine Corps isn't the worst thing in the world. It's kind of like dual citizenship for your emotions. On one hand, you're a Marine and that's pretty badass. On the other hand, its the Marine Corps and "We don't promise you a rose garden."Marvens, we wish you the best of luck and when your next contract is up, if we were you, we'd keep our decision to ourselves and not blast it over the internet. But that's just us. We hope you enjoy your next four years and wish you all the success that someone who decides to leave this kind of decision up to the internet can have. Semper Fidelis Devil Dog! We hope you learned your lesson about the internets today. (We voted like 8 more times while writing this)

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