Haley Moss was just 3 years old when she was diagnosed with autism. As a toddler, Moss could do 100-piece jigsaw puzzles and read, but she did not speak. After realizing she was gifted but non-verbal, Moss' parents took her to the doctor, where they found out she was on the autism spectrum.
By the age of 4, the girl from South Florida began speaking and quickly went from special education classes to what mainstream classrooms. She always had her sights set on proving her ability was far greater than her disability.
Not really. All it takes is one injury for all your dreams to come crashing down. Happens all the time to athletes, but it's not limited to them.
Congratulations! Now fuck off.
Faggot quit looking for reasons to justify being a shut in.
Calm down loser
Get pumped "winner"
I really hope you get some serious injuries and then you'll understand what I'm saying is reality. When I went to boot camp, one of my squad mates fucked up his knees, and got kicked out on medical discharge. Can't finish boot camp, can't become a Marine. There are no waivers, you either can hack it or you can't. I made it, but it sucked the entire time, and I was counting down the days nearly from the start. My platoon was close to 80-90 heads when we started. We were around 60 at graduation. The rest either got kicked out for some reason, or pushed back because they didn't qualify on the rifle range or for PFT. This was in the early 90's, and allegedly they have gotten softer since then. Full Metal Jacket (the movie) is pretty tame compared to how it really was for us.
Not the replied post but sorry for your injuries, thank you for your service bro. I mean it. However I am glad I talked my little bro into going Army. Seems to me like Marines never come back the same.