It is nothing wrong with having fun, but we all should do so safely.

@cream97 (29166)
United States
September 24, 2010 5:18pm CST
I know a guy that is coming back to the states next month. He said that when he comes back to his hometown, he was going to hit up the club with a bottle of Rozak. Right now he is in the military. He is stationed in Kuwait as a Contractor. I think that he should be careful when he comes back home. It is nothing wrong with having a great time, but he should do so safely. Do you think that it is kind of risky for him to come back home to the states and go out to the club? It is so many other places that he can go to. I just hope that he will be extra careful. Crime can spring out anywhere that a person may go to. I just think that he should watch his back, that's all.
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@celticeagle (120447)
• Boise, Idaho
27 Sep 10
I think he has been doing a risky job in a less than good environment and he deserves to do what ever he wants to do. Within limits of course. You know the phrase: " anything within moderation". The should be the rule here. I think he should do what he wants and what he has been dreaming of doing and then pray he doesn't get himself in any kind of trouble.
• Philippines
25 Sep 10
Military is describe as strong and brave.. maybe the only problem here is in what place is he taking his good time. And just encase he meets a gunfight i don't think there's any reason for him to escape that, he is a military and their duty is to protect one's humanity from harm and besides he experienced more than what is happening in the street. He is just a person who also needs what everybody needs. I believe he also need to have his happy time being outside the camp. Maybe all you going to do is advice him to choose the place where he visits and be simple so that he will be away from trouble.
• Philippines
25 Sep 10
What is Rozak by the way? well anyway there are certainly ways to enjoy without getting into trouble. Visiting family and friends would be good and catching up on lost time. Unwind and go to the beaches. Take a vacation somewhere you dreamed of going to.
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@flowerhorn (1011)
• Malaysia
25 Sep 10
Mine, mine. Is it so dangerous to go to a club? Is it so many people get killed there? Have you seen bad things happen there? As you said, crime can spring out anywhere. So it doesn't matter where he go. If he is fated or destined to be harmed or get into trouble, he will no matter where he is. I think since he is in the military, he will be a tough guy. He will be able to handle the trouble that befall him. No need to worry for him. Is he someone close to you?
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• Philippines
24 Sep 10
It always pays to be safe. It'd benefit yourself in the long run anyway so why take risks that'll only result to nonsense.
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• Philippines
24 Sep 10
It always pays to be safe. It'd benefit yourself in the long run anyway so why take risks that'll only result to nonsense.
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• Philippines
24 Sep 10
It always pays to be safe. It'd benefit yourself in the long run anyway so why take risks that'll only result to nonsense.
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• Philippines
24 Sep 10
It always pays to be safe. It'd benefit yourself in the long run anyway so why take risks that'll only result to nonsense.
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@IsisGreen (555)
24 Sep 10
The guy's in the military. Would you start a fight with him?
@cream97 (29166)
• United States
24 Sep 10
Hi. IsisGreen. No. I would not start a fight with him. I have no beef with him whatsoever. He is an associate of mines. I just think that he should be careful when going to any clubs just as soon as he gets out of Kuwait, that's all. I don't know of anyone that means him any harm. I just think that he should be careful.
24 Sep 10
Sorry, I was being flippant and rhetorical. I didn't mean "would you (cream97) start a fight with him" but rather, given that he's probably fairly tough because of his military training, would anyone be sensible to make trouble? Out of interest, why do you think he might be in particular danger? More so than anybody else going out for an evening on the town?
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@cream97 (29166)
• United States
24 Sep 10
I don't be around him at all. I do know that he enjoys partying, smoking and drinking. He seems like a cool person to hang out with. But that is just from only looking at his pictures on Facebook. I don't know why I feel like he may be in any danger. I just feel like he should be careful. If something was to happen at the club that he goes to, then my conscience was right all along. I guess I would rather see him have fun safely than to take a risk with his life. That is why I feel this way. I don't have any kinds of premonitions or anything in that nature about him. I just want to see him safe and not harmed at all. I have heard too many bad things about clubs and I just don't want to see him hurt or killed because of going to one. No one never knows what can happen at a party of a club. It is always wise for a person to think smartly about having a good time while drinking and partying.