First off I'm not saying that I'm some wise man cause I'm not but I've got something to say about this town and waste.
Like many in the town of killeen, I'm a young soldier and I've gone to Iraq for good reason that I can't even think of.
I risked my ass for money that wasn't worth the weight in my own personal suffering.
Did I come back only to see others over-drafted bank accounts.
I wonder whether or not any other GIs realized the worth of the money they've spent.
I'm talking about the four wheeled deployments that they strut down the streets of killeen.
Were they thinking about the custom colored paint job scheme as bullets flew by just shy of them.
My hope for my fellow uniformed individual that the repo-man never comes by to take away their ride.
Call me cheap but I know the worth of money in which I risked my life.
I hope you enjoy showing off your rims in the parking lot while your tanks on E and I drive by.
I love the picture on a nice 1080 hp flat screen TV.
If you ever need a new television I know where to steal one
I'm thinking about getting one myself but I've been waiting a few months for you can always expect a bargain from a soldier back from sand box who never made certain that they could afford it in the first place.
Killeen can be such a big garage sale of greed and shame.
People don't know the worth of their own money unless they've put the hours in
The Army makes an uncanny exception to this old golden rule.
You never have anything to spend while in Iraq
For some of us young ones the paychecks collect and collect.
When you finally got the chance to spend the money it almost feels as though you won the lottery
Its more money then most people have all at once.
My heart goes out to those who lose it all to the simple expensive materialistic desires of the idea of where they see themselves in the future.
As if the tour is over and the job is done
Now they can begin a new life full of Perceived success and total fulfillment.
I am what they call a soldier of killeen and for what its worth I realize that the compensation I've received is not nearly worth my own life.
So, soldiers out their make good of your money and save a little. Be aware that the money you've got was at one point what you earned while you tried to survive.