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Discussion in 'General Conversation' started by olefin, May 31, 2006.
I think you'll like this.
Great pictures and be sure to have your sound turned up.
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Thats awesome Dayton, I had heard of it but never got to listen to it. Thanks for posting. :smile2: :smile2: :smile2:
very good post there brother!!!
Really good post . It made me want to stand and salute the flag. thanks.
Some body get me a hankie
pass that over here.
Your right that says it all. Great post. 777
Awesome, Dayton! Thanks for sharing.
P.S. She is not really my daughter. She adopted me. I only have one son.
Thanks for the compliment, although I don't agree.....I owe you rep. Out of them at the moment. Take care.
makes me want to sing along, thanks for sharing
simply great! I enjoyed it very much.
I heard it before but it has been years. I really miss the Duke. It is a crying shame America is not producing such larger than life heroes like John Wayne anymore. What has a kid nowadays got to look up to coming out of Hollyweird. Nothing but thugs and perverts. I was fortunate to have had two men I greatly admired as a child and can honestly say that they never let me down in how they carried themselves as men. John Wayne and Paul "Bear" Bryant. To a child of the seventies in Alabama Coach Bryant was more than just a coach he was the embodiment of all that a man should be. I later added a third hero as I became politically astute, whether you agree or disagree Ronald Wilson Reagan was a true patriot and loved this nation and the principles upon which it is founded.
Let me correct myself thisw nation still does produce heroes but not from Hollywood. They are the young men and women who have donned the uniform and taken up arms to fight in foreign lands for a thing called freedom.