They Tried to Kill Us, They Won (somewhat), Let’s Eat

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    mw13
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    Anybody else think it’s strange that the most common way to commemorate Memorial Day is with a BBQ?

    #1287918

    Joseph
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    Goyishe kup.

    #1288134

    They Tried to kil Us, THEY Won (somehat), Let’s Eat

    Grrr…

    #1288162

    Little Froggie
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    The soldiers forgot the intricacies of spelling during their time out in the field… When an enemy shoots they don’t ponder if it’s to kil or to kill… they take cover with somehat or whatever hat they find…

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    : )

    #1288183

    DovidBT
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    “Anybody else think it’s strange that the most common way to commemorate Memorial Day is with a BBQ?”

    It makes as much sense as observing Thanksgiving by watching football games on TV.

    #1288191

    Joseph
    Participant

    Or as much sense as them using their “god”‘s name as a curse word.

    #1288192

    chaimss
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    As a current Servicemember, it actually bothers me a lot. That being said, they’re not celebrating Memorial Day, they’re celebrating the First Day of Summer.

    #1288208

    Joseph
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    Welcome back, Chaim! It’s been a very long time.

    #1288225

    chaimss
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    @joseph, it has been, I’m surprised anyone noticed!

    #1288265

    Joseph
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    How could I not notice after our conversations from nine years ago.

    Have you served in Iraq or Afghanistan?

    #1288268

    chaimss
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    Fair enough, I guess I’m just surprised you found me so fast! As for your question, I can’t answer that in a public forum. 😉

    #1288297

    mw13
    Participant

    I do apologize for the absolutely horrific spelling mistakes in the title of this thread. I wrote this up on the go, and that doesn’t appear to have worked out very well (or wel).

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    As for your question, I can’t answer that in a public forum.

    Why not? After all, no one knows who you are.

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