I shouldn't expect you guys to understand what I meant when I said de-militarized conscious.
Your attitudes are prime examples of that phrase. .
I suppose the book isn't the 'complete' truth. I didn't say enough bad things about the military for new recruits to really comprehend what the experience is like. I should add a few chapters about the suicides I seen, the chaplain who was having gay sex with his male assistant, and the MP's who were cooking meth in empty barracks.
Contradictions like this are exactly why I didn't re-up my contract. I used to sell packs of cigarettes for 25$ each during field training and it wasn't a problem or issue at all. God forbid I sell a 30,000 word ebook for 9.95$ though.