Not an inspection, don't care whether you are bloused or not. JD Harrison if you a mind to, unstrap that chin strap and give me some yap if you see this post. The rest of ya that count tell me whether I am right or wrong here. Boots that includes you too. No potato peeling time and Louderback promised not to throw you out for speaking your mind. Happened to be in an unnamed store the other morning pushing a cart buying my Wheaties. Glanced down the aisle and here came this beautiful long legged gal, about 24 pushing a cart with a baby loaded in it. Nice gal, pretty gal, confident gal pushing that baby with a mission. Well I am scoping her out like the old man I am when I realized she was accompanied by a dark haired handsome guy about 26. About 6'4", well built, dressed nice in all black, straight-backed and walking with a swagger. An air of confidence about him. One of those kinds of guys you know not to mess with unless he calls your Mother a nasty name. I took my lecherous eyes off the gal and noticed a pretty Marine logo on his black zippup hooded sweatshirt. Nice, I thought. They went by and I glanced back at him. On the back of that black, zipped up hooded sweatshirt on that straight backed proud man it said. "While you was chillin', I was killin'" Here it gets tough for me 'cause I want you to understand what I am saying, so read carefully and don't click the safety too quickly. Experience of a lifetime has taught me some things. My Father came back from II and never said a word to anybody, including his family, about what he saw and did. I don't even think he talked to his buddies, or they him, when he played poker at the Am vets about what they saw or did. My generation went overseas and died and fought and killed for a 'cause only they knew only in their dreams because no-one else would ever know. They came back, hated, despised and crazy. Never would they advertise like this ex-marine. This generation, Harrison's generation fought bravely like most guys who have to draw down on human flesh. Most if not all I have known are like that. Do it, did it, get over it. I don't have a problem with the slogan on his sweatshirt. Don't misunderstand me. I think it was cool. But do you veterans, those of you who worried about a round coming down your throat think this is a typical thing to see and would you wear this? John.