We have survived yet another week of the pandemic. It has been kind of a lame pandemic to be honest. Sure we had riots and looting, but no zombies! Sigh… I’m sure you have heard all this before, but it’s nice to be reminded. So here is your weekend safety brief!
1. Don’t add to the population, and don’t subtract from it.
Unless you’re trying to start a family, be safe and use protection. Don’t kill anyone who doesn’t legally need to be killed. Drunk driving and reckless speeding increases that risk. Don’t cough on old people and wash your hands.
2. Don’t put your bayonet where it doesn’t belong.
This include’s your buddies wife. I don’t care if they’re “separated” or if he’s deployed and she says he’s ok with it. No one wants to be a Jody. Additionally, if you’re married then take care of your husband/wife. Make sure you check IDs, especially in bars that don’t.
Also, consent is key ladies and gents. Nothing is more attractive than a solid “yes” before you hit the objective. Loud and clear too. It’s not worth ruining someone’s life. Many victims testified they were just too afraid to say anything, even no.
Have fun, but remember you will have more fun if you can remember what you did. You don’t want get so drunk you wake up next to your ex. Also, don’t text your toxic ex! Keep your peace.
4. Don’t text your ex!
Worth saying twice.
5. Keep each other safe
Don’t let your buddies do anything stupid. Especially, if you wouldn’t want to have to explain it to a judge or the man. Send a text to an old buddy, just to make sure they are ok.
6. Pride comes before the fall
Don’t make decisions when you’re angry. Punching a jerk in a bar may feel good in the moment, but it can cost you. Just keep your bearing and walk away. Who knows, maybe you’ll see a mugger outside the bar and introduce them to a few ninja chops.
We love you all and this community that we have. All our brothers and sisters deserve a long happy life, full of enjoyment. It’s important that we set the example, and lead the kind of lives our fallen friends would be proud of. Times get tough, but we can always ask for help.