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dittybopper: Ah, yes: December 7th. You know winter is coming because there is a nip in the air./Window seat, please.
Onkel Buck: [i26.photobucket.com image 319x134]bottle opener!!!
Harry Freakstorm: [encrypted-tbn1.gstatic.com image 107x182]I survived the war making movies. It was difficult. Sometimes you had to be up before dawn and the studio car wasn't a limo on account of the gas rationing. And they were training films. They don't give Oscars to the guy who was Syphilis Suffer Number 5. And I should know. I played Army Doctor to Syphilis Sufferer Number 5. But the funny thing was, he really had syphilis.
Harry Freakstorm: The day after the United States dropped an atomic bomb on Nagasaki, and four days after the bombing of Hiroshima, Davis - by then a lieutenant colonel and commander of the 8th Fighter Group - led 62 P-38 planes that dropped napalm on Kumamoto."The two big bombs got their attention, and my 62 P-38s brought them to the table," he says.Okay pops. Whatever you say.
cretinbob: He never talked about it, but the guys who actually saw any kind of combat rarely did.
chooktah: baby killer.
Frogfoot: You people are a bunch of freaking nancy boys. Nutless bloody wonders all you that make snide comments about this man's bravery and dedication."And gentlemen in England, now a-bed, shall think themselves accursed they were not here; and hold their manhoods cheap while any speaks that fought with us."Men with no honor are not men and men that do not honor men with honor are worse than the cockscum of a swine.
Babwa Wawa: Yeah, Buddy never got over Macho Grande.
Sinclair.laker: What a beer drinkers P-38 might look like...[i1125.photobucket.com image 850x637]
clyph: cretinbob: He never talked about it, but the guys who actually saw any kind of combat rarely did.I know many combat veterans, who've served in every conflict from WWII up to Iraq and Afghanistan, and the one universal constant I've seen is that the more shiat they've seen, the less they talk about it.