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a little strong


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Posted by deadcarp on June 01, 2004 at 07:38:26 from (216.189.131.167):

I don't like to talk about it much, so i'm not very good at it. Realize i might have come on a little strong when commenting about the protestors in long beach when we came back from nam. Thanks kim & all for your patience. I know it's been decades but old betrayals die hard. We shoulda known when the sarge met us at the door and reminding us to just keep moving. I remember one minute feeling so grateful we're finally home and then the next minute marching down the plank & thru them. I remember one of the guys asking me "Is this home?" These people were so completely clueless, it was like marching thru a zooful of barking aliens. So if it seemed like i was wishing i had shot them, i must be mellowing out. If it's any consolation, that's probably the nicest thing i've ever said about those dirtbags. :)





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