Stupid Rate R Age Law.. 73 replies

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#1 14 years ago

I made this up.. i know it's cheesy but.. hey. --- Standard Military Dress Uniforms - $240 Marine Corps Officers' Sabre - $539 Movie ticket - $9 Bottled Water at Regal Cinemas - $5.45 Being able to die for your country.. but not being able to watch a rated R movie - Priceless ---

Here is the story. The movie theater I went tonight after a honest hards day of work would not admit me and a friend to see Saw II. I find it funny how I can die for my country but I can't watch a rated R movie in a big dark room.

It's total bull crap.

Share your thoughts.




Artie Bucco

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#2 14 years ago
KnippschildI made this up.. i know it's cheesy but.. hey. --- Standard Military Dress Uniforms - $240 Marine Corps Officers' Sabre - $539 Movie ticket - $9 Bottled Water at Regal Cinemas - $5.45 Being able to die for your country.. but not being able to watch a rated R movie - Priceless --- Here is the story. The movie theater I went tonight after a honest hards day of work would not admit me and a friend to see Saw II. I find it funny how I can die for my country but I can't watch a rated R movie in a big dark room. It's total bull crap. Share your thoughts.

16? are you lying about your age? or are you using your little brothers account or something?




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#3 14 years ago

You should only be able to join the army when you are adult, and you should only be able to see certain movies when you ar adult.

All these complaints about "being able to die for your country but not bing able to drink/see R rated matrial/..." and still no party has changed the law yet? I would have expected atleast one party to propose changing around certain age rstriction. :clueless:




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#4 14 years ago
Artie Bucco16? are you lying about your age? or are you using your little brothers account or something?

No.. I am in the reserves.

Rob.. it is total BS though.

by the way-- Marine Corps ;)




Artie Bucco

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#5 14 years ago

Großadmiral DönitzYou should only be able to join the army when you are adult, and you should only be able to see certain movies when you ar adult.

All these complaints about "being able to die for your country but not bing able to drink/see R rated matrial/..." and still no party has changed the law yet? I would have expected atleast one party to propose changing around certain age rstriction. :clueless:

one can enlist at 17 with parental consent. so something ain't right.




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#6 14 years ago

Not to worry Jon hunny,, come with me I will get you in to see all the rated R movies you want.. And I shall have my way with you lol.. J/K,, but yer right, fight and die for your country but not see a R movie lol,, makes no sence... HUGS




Artie Bucco

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#7 14 years ago

By federal law (10 U.S.C., 510), the minimum age for enlistment in the United States Military is 17 (with parental consent) and the maximum age is 35. again i hope your lying about your age




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#8 14 years ago

To me, i would think that you could get in to an "R" rated movie....;)

But yeah, they should let you in one at 16, if you are in the reserves, you might end up seeing that kind of stuff anyway.

The thing that is worse is how you can be in the active military, vote, smoke, and do almost whatever you want, but you can't drink alcohol. :vikki:




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#9 14 years ago

If you have a parent you can watch rated R movies... :uhm:




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#10 14 years ago

We had my uncle's brother.. but he wasn't going in with us because he had to take his daughter home (who was like 8.. he couldn't exactly expose an 8 year old to a movie like Saw II)

oh and I have connections for the USMC-R.. very high up.. I just can't get into the active duty until I graduate..