#1
Take a minute for this today.

Thinking about my brothers, friends and colleagues today. Especially my boys from ready 1st battlegroup, 2006-2010. Miss you guys everyday.

All the soldiers, sailors, airmen, marines, know your service is appreciated.

Those no longer with us...we never forget.
the wicked flee when no man pursueth but the righteous are as bold as a lion
#2
I took 2 minutes for it.
O.K.

“There's never enough time to do all the nothing you want.”
~ Bill Watterson


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#3
Stoked to get a free haircut today

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#6
I wore my poppy this week but did not have a silence

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#7
We had two minutes while a man in a kilt played bagpipes in front of the memorial outside the building
dirtbag ballet by the bins down the alley
as i walk through the chalet of the shadow of death
everything that you've come to expect


#8
Some of my clients are veterans (referred from VA hospitals) so we had a small remembrance ceremony this morning with them.
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#9
My grandfather served in the Korean war and my uncle in Vietnam. That's about all I know though.
#10
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We had two minutes while a man in a kilt played bagpipes in front of the memorial outside the building

We had two minutes in front of the memorial inside our building and then a man in a kilt played the bagpipes. Also buglers.

The display outside Westminster abbey is really lovely, I wish I had taken a photo of it this morning.
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#12
It feels weird living in a country where being a "veteran" just doesn't exist. All military people over here just act locally doing drills, and some other shit I suppose. There isn't that feeling of the veteran fighting for your country abroad and dying for your freedom, etc.
I understand the feeling you have in the US about veterans.
#13
Some great poetry from WWI I like to revisit from time to time.



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#14
Those would be so much better without the college freshman level cinematography.

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#15
Can't offer much but this maybe.




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It feels weird living in a country where being a "veteran" just doesn't exist. All military people over here just act locally doing drills, and some other shit I suppose. There isn't that feeling of the veteran fighting for your country abroad and dying for your freedom, etc.
I understand the feeling you have in the US about veterans.

Interesting to contrast that with a country like Israel, where everyone's drafted and the threat is local.
She was born in 1898 in a barn. She died on the thirty-seventh floor of a skyscraper. She's an astronaut.



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Those would be so much better without the college freshman level cinematography.


The audio overdubs cheapens it a bit too - but the performances are great.
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