Remember when being in the military could be seen as an indication of something good? Maturity, perhaps, or maybe even honesty?
Me, too, but I just found out that the kid who slammed into my Monte Carlo (a soldier in the Army) lied his ass off to his insurance about what happened. He told them that he wasn't speeding, and that he didn't run a red light. He said that I had ran the red light in front of him.
That kid was so damn apologetic and respectful after he hit me, and now he's gone and pulled this crap. So his insurance isn't going to pay for any of the damage to my car. My dad's car.
If this kid is any indication of what military people are like these days, then I'm really glad my own military days are long behind me.