"I had a look on the website and you could see the route and where all the obstacles were, and it was clearly a bit crazy, so I signed up there and then," he said "I did some training runs to make sure I could actually last the distance I had to complete, and I also went to the gym to help with the obstacles along the way where you're having to carry your own weight
Being poor is fine, as long as you carry your own weight
. But not working, making babies when you can't support them, chronically "out of work" adults (as I've said, you can't drive by a Burger King without seeing a "Help Wanted" sign in the window) and a generation of teens with no work ethic worry me to no end.
"[The 82nd Airborne soldiers] have been nothing but respectful to us; as long as you walk, carry your own weight
and don't whine, you're respected."