Today, when I got home from work, there was a letter from the United States Government Selective Services Team (I think it ended with 'Team', I dunno) regarding the fact that I've yet to register. I am 19 years old, 20 in January, and would not lift a finger to aid this countries' efforts overseas, so I never registered. I don't want to be drafted. I don't even like hearing about what's going on, nonetheless would I want to be a part of it. (I'm not referring to helping those in need down south, btw). Anyways, the letters basically says $250,000 fine and up to 5 years inprisonment for not registering. So, I guess I should register? But how do I go about not getting drafted? What are the odds that I would? I have a somewhat recently broken back (severe compression fracture spanning across 3 vertebrae, basically crushing one). I could not so much as walk for a few months, then slowly progressed to a pretty much normal state now, after about 4 years of healing. Also, I have a few minor stomach "issues", and whatnot. Should I just say I'm gay? Seriously, though. This country sickens me lately, and the thought of being forced to join it's services absolutely drives me up the wall. Any suggestions? What should I do? Should I even be worrying?