The shutting down of a popular game at Summerfest called Virtual Army Experience has led the army to reconsider its techniques for recruiting youngsters. “We thought an exciting romp through an urban environment in a Humvee with guns-a-blazing would excite our nation’s youth,” said Brigadier General Joe Anderson. “Apparently, Summerfest patrons are not looking for fun, so we’ve developed a game called Virtual Army Home Experience."

 

The experience starts with a video email from the player’s wife, saying her pregnancy is going well and that she can’t wait for your return, followed by a ride in a Humvee that gets hit by a makeshift bomb and small munitions fire. 

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Tom Barrett is considering whether he needs another ass kicking in a recall election for governor, but he may believe that he's been beat up enough over his career. Barrett has yet to throw his hat into the ring, and for good reason: Governor Walker's war chest will swell to sums Barrett could only have coma-induced dreams about because of the infusion of corporate donations from abroad. With that money, any candidate running against Walker will receive the business end of a big stick, then be dragged through the mud while chained to a large, gas-guzzling SUV. Barrett already took one beating from Walker, and he might be a bit gun shy about taking another high hard one for the team.
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