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Re: Re: Re: Re: Nobody in Canada to reap the harve

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Posted by toolman on October 04, 2004 at 11:06:41 from (

In Reply to: Re: Re: Re: Nobody in Canada to reap the harvest posted by KraigWY on October 04, 2004 at 10:42:49:

alot of canadians volunteered to fight in nam, i had a nice talk one day long ago via email with old sarge and he spoke highly of them, i find it and insult to them as well as the fighting men and women of your country, if they want to do something try and bring some kind of memorial to them. this small city (nelson) had alot of draft(now old hippys) dodgers settle in the area and i guess they figure they would give themselves a last pat on the back and get some attention, well i figure if they want attention they should go back to the states and try and build that statute, so did the majority of the people from our area i guess , because we (i know i did ) called their city hall and told them i wouldn,t be visiting their fair town any more and spending any of our money there, money talks haha.

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