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Re: a little strong


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Posted by Clipper on June 01, 2004 at 08:10:56 from (68.118.184.224):

In Reply to: a little strong posted by deadcarp on June 01, 2004 at 07:38:26:

You got NOTHING to apologize for deadcarp!!!Most of the Nam Vets came home to just that kind of "welcoming committee". When we came in at the SF Airport folks there were nice enuff to throw animal blood and human urine on us as well as call us things that are not fit to print here.It took me years to forgive myself for being a part of that war. To this day I have the hatred for the protestors and the things that were said and done to us on that day. Dirtbags is a mild term compared to what I refer them folks as. If on that day I and my brothers-in-arms had been able to access our M-16's we surely would have increased our "Confirmed Kill" numbers by a great deal. And there would be NO regrets over that I can assure you.


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