a close friend of mine's husband has been deployed since december of last year and will be coming home soon. he's been a real ass while he's been gone, controlling her from the computer and just being an all around dick. my friend has been nothing but faithful but he thinks she's lying about everything and is downright convinced she's cheating on him.
anyway, what bothered me today was his facebook status. he said he worked like 4121 hours this year and the avg. full time employee works 2060. then he went on about how 3740 or some odd number were spent behind a computer, so civilians in the job sector need to stop complaining and shut the hell up.
really? he works as an intelligence analyst. my husband was in infantry while over there, his deployment was 15 months not 12. he did 16 hour foot patrols, sometimes longer and sometimes went days without sleep. he raided houses and worried about stepping on iud's daily. he probably wished for an easy, air conditioned computer desk job on the fob. so do probably half the guys who do the much harder, hands on and dangerous jobs while overseas. agreed, it is hard for anyone to be over there and away from family. but he has no idea what hard is as far as job issues.
military wives.. does this bother you too? or am i the only one who was rubbed the wrong way by it?
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