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Pentagon Allows Women To Serve On Front Lines

Defense Secretary Leon Panetta announced today the removal of a 1994 Pentagon rule that banned women from officially serving on the front lines. What do you think?

  • “Oh, man. I can’t wait to see the look on an insurgent’s face when a soldier removes their helmet to reveal long, flowing blonde hair.”

    Thomas Dockstader
  • “In fairness, women were kinda shit back in 1994.”

    Rocky LaPoint
    Hand Loom Weaver
  • “Would it have killed them to let us enjoy the whole gay thing a little longer?”

    Xavier Pennington
    Sole Blacker