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OT But Darn, it's a movie night!

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ABthree wrote:




Have you gotten past hating all Japanese yet, or is there no "way past time" for Pearl Harbor, either?


Willing not to fight all white Southerners anymore, or is there no "way past time" for Fort Sumter, either?



:smileyindifferent::smileymad: It is soooo easy for you to speak so dismissively when so many empathize - to this day - with the sting felt by the houses of Lancaster,DeVito, and York, when Sir Michael Douglas initiated the War of the Roses!  :smileymad:


The people who live in a golden age usually go around complaining how yellow everything looks.

- Randall Jarrell

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Re: OT But Darn, it's a great night!

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I reread my post and didn't see the word "hate" anywhere.  I guess people automatically assume that hate is there.  I like that word, ASS U ME.  Means a great more than just what Webster has written.


I was not forgetting about all of the victims of the attacks, but the huge difference is that the firefighters and police officer went inside the buildings to save people.  Yes, it is their job, but should the lives of those brave people have a price tag while others do not?  How much is your life worth?


And about my resume, I was just giving the reason why I felt so strongly. 


Bless all of those lost, civilians, public employees and the service members fighting for our freedom.  None will be forgotten.  Ever.  I