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Re: Re: A sad time I'd like to share!


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Posted by Hogman***** Well spoken on September 22, 2002 at 14:04:36 from (63.124.171.13):

In Reply to: Re: A sad time I'd like to share! posted by Diesel Rider on September 22, 2002 at 08:47:57:

There is a time when War is the only answer. The terror is World leaders who lack the knowledge of when and the courage to do.

We have suffered too many "dog and pony shows".

It is sad that We are forced to kill those who would be friends if only We knew Them. To digress, A BIL worked in Germany right after WW11,married a very lovely lady, brought Her back to the States. She told Me the Town where Her home was, I very well recalled only a short time earlier watching the bombs from My plane blowing up the buildings in that town. I never spoke of it to Her. A lovely lady, a wonderful person.

Craig,a touching tribute to a lost one. We share Your sorrow.


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