The Author, circa 1988.

How a Marine Recruiter Used Simple Psychology to Trick Me Into Enlisting

And how I got my revenge.

I was nineteen years old and she was pregnant and I had to make some grown-up decisions fast.

I had just dropped out of my one and only semester at Brigham Young University in December of ’87, and was coming to terms with the fact that my ex-girlfriend in Wisconsin was…

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Gray is a former Marine dancer grandpa visualist who writes to help adults figure out what they want to be when they grow up.

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Gray is a former Marine dancer grandpa visualist who writes to help adults figure out what they want to be when they grow up.

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