Which is funny, but it just looks like another combat jack from where I'm standing. Atheists like this are just as obnoxious as the kind of Christians they're talking about, for the same reason that the pseudo-debates over flag-burning or gay marriage make us all look stupid, which is that you're looking at the symbol of the thing, instead of the thing itself, and thinking it's what matters: letting the enemy dictate the tempo of your movements. What's better than winning an ideological war against straw men your enemy set up on purpose? Moving beyond the level of the representation and taking hold of the thing itself:
"No seriously, Dog, have you ever analyzed a wet dream? I mean, the mind is so powerful, it can give you a dream so real that it makes your dick come. Why can't you harness that power when you're awake? Why can't you meditate yourself into thinking you're fucking a chick so hot that you actually orgasm?"
Which is all Godfather's been asking them to do, after all. Forget the girl, forget the naked photographs of the girl in unrealistic or humiliating situations, and fight for nothing real at all. "Wait, are you talking about like jerking off without using any hands?" asks Ray, because he is already a realist. "No, Dog! I'm talking about fucking any girl you want, all in your mind." Also a realist: Brad Colbert, who busily hands out humrats to the gunners and Lilley. "It's only fair! If the Iraqis can burn our supply truck," explains Ray, "We can partake in their humanitarian rations." Trombley's still obsessing on the whole handsfree Bluetooth masturbation concept, and Ray's like, "Yeah, you need one hand at last to hold the cock book." I have not heard this term "cock book" before. It seems like false advertising in this context. "Dog, I'm talking about the power of the mind! You don't need a cock book. You don't need shit!" Ray's not sold. "Need to meditate on the perfect fuck." Walt is about halfway to where Espera is talking about: "Wasik'll jerk off to anything. I seen him punishing his unit during a screening of Pocahontas at Mathilda." Brad pronounces this "tragic," musing hilariously, "I liked Pocahontas. Wonderful musical."