Re: I can be paranoid.
@Psyx: Did your blood just start boiling too much to continue reading?
I failed at alluding that the first part was sarcasm, I should of stated that better when I mentioned I understood there was limitations to such contests. Now, when you state that I "don't want them learning anything useful", you apparently missed the part where I expressed I don't see a problem with it being that someone has to know it, and do it.
Where and when in time did I state I was fine with teenagers getting shot in the face?
"There is nothing that makes a teenager more likely to go rogue than anyone else."
There is one thing, lack of real world experience. When anyone, not just teenagers, just read and write all day at any job, one can loose interest in the reasons that they are there. When you have become warn in, conditioned, even just older, you understand that is just the way it is. However, many younger minds are much more ambitious and willing to seek new venues. They just haven't had the real experiences yet to fully understand what they are told, and more importantly, what they swear by. But again, someone has to know it, someone has to do it, so why not give them a chance. I'm stating that with honesty.
Now, surprisingly (extremely to me), you didn't call me out for the part of my post I was hesitant to even state...their body mass. It is not always the case that more muscle can sustain more damage, not always. In the end, I personally believe it goes from being honor, to just sheer will. I have been told that under extreme conditions, no words can be remember to be spoken and only images remain.
As far as your homage to the oil business, good job.