Terminal Lance #71 “Deployment Goggles”
October 7, 2010
It is an unfortunate reality that us Marines live in. The less we’re around females, the hotter every female becomes. As a result, those of us that had the misfortune of visiting POG-centric bases such as al Asad found ourselves somehow surrounded by attractive females on a daily basis. How could this be? Are there really that many hot female Marines?
Well, there could be I suppose, but it is when you return home that you realize the average nature of most females within the Marine Corps. This strip isn’t designed to be sexist, as I’m not claiming the majority of male Marines are anything special to look at either, and in fact I’m sure “Deployment Goggles” actually go both ways.
In site news, I am sold out of the “Knife Hand” prints. They sold pretty quick, to which I was certainly delighted. Not as delightful, however, is the fact that PayPal has been having some internal problems. For those of you that ordered the prints, I assure you that all of them have been shipped as of today–however PayPal’s shipping section is currently not working for me. Thus, I haven’t been able to send shipment notifications to you fine individuals.
In other noteworthy news, I am changing my major from illustration to a dual major: Illustration and Animation. It’s twice the work, but I may as well get all I can out of the GI Bill! Speaking of GI Bills and such, I know it is a very complicated subject and many service-members have a lot of questions about it. I would like for Terminal Lance to be a haven not only for good Marines, but for those of you who have also made the journey to the other side. If you have questions about the GI Bill or other VA benefits, feel free to browse the forum and possibly ask your question there. If I can’t directly answer it, there are many veterans just as qualified as myself posting as well. Check out the GI Bill thread here.
Another issue I’d like to address: I occasionally post photos submitted from the Facebook fan page. Please note, however, that I am not responsible for any trouble you may find yourself in–should some SNCO of the butthurt tribe decide to get upset at the internet that day. I will advise you, do not post anything that could get you in trouble. It should be common sense, but you’d be surprised.
With that I bid you all a good weekend, stay safe and have fun.