They Take Pens Seriously in the Army

they Take Pens Seriously in the Army
  1. Roger Parent says:
    Methinks there's a flaw in your logic.
    Methinks there's a flaw in your logic.
  2. Erica Goulet Newcomb says:
    Boo.
    Boo.
  3. Samuel Urias says:
    Flawless
    Flawless
  4. Timothy Strang via Facebook says:
    I find fault in the logic chain....im skinny so i skipped to that step...but i do not think im ugly, therefore this chart is false. Thou i have never lost my pen......
    I find fault in the logic chain....im skinny so i skipped to that step...but i do not think im ugly, therefore this chart is false. Thou i have never lost my pen......
  5. Drew Teter says:
    I'm with you through steps one and two. All of the rest have serious holes.
    I'm with you through steps one and two. All of the rest have serious holes.
  6. Joe La Francesca says:
    not convinced
    not convinced
  7. Jessica Jansen says:
    Wait... I lost my pen... Am I a ghost!
    Wait... I lost my pen... Am I a ghost!
  8. Piraten Zidz says:
    True story
    True story
  9. Nour Ayman Zohry says:
    Flaw: I don't study either way.
    Flaw: I don't study either way.
  10. TN Thibodeaux says:
    remember children, skinny = ugly bwahahhaaa.
    remember children, skinny = ugly bwahahhaaa.
  11. Trent Thomas Franklin Sr. says:
    As a soldier in the U.S. Army I carry at least 3 pens at all times. :|
    As a soldier in the U.S. Army I carry at least 3 pens at all times. :|
  12. Bradford Lindley says:
    does that mean that if you keep your pen, then you get to live forever? or is it still dependent on the ink. It is the same kind of logical fallacy.
    does that mean that if you keep your pen, then you get to live forever? or is it still dependent on the ink. It is the same kind of logical fallacy.
  13. Bodo Rieger says:
    ooooooooor, I get a new one...
    ooooooooor, I get a new one...
  14. Adam Marketis says:
    The no diploma = no work is flawed, it works on the assumption that there will be work available, which isn't always the case.
    The no diploma = no work is flawed, it works on the assumption that there will be work available, which isn't always the case.