A civilian was golfing with a soldier who had just returned from Afghanistan. His plans included becoming a golf-course keeper once he was discharged in a few months. He applied to a local college for its golf course superintendent programme, but the department head worried that he might not be up for the job. “It’s stressful,” he said. “You have to fight the weather, insects and demanding club members.”
“Will anyone be shooting at me while I mow the grass?” asked the soldier.
“Of course not.”
“I’ll take the job.”


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