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    Well I only hope the WOKE generation comes to their senses soon.
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    There are still good people in our Armed Forces

    https://www.newsmax.com/newsfront/ma...29/id/1034204/

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    Two of the lost heroes were women... the oldest of the 13... Marine Corps Sgt. Nicole Gee, 23/24 of Roseville, Calif. and Marine Corps Sgt. Johanny Rosario, 25, of Lawrence, Mass.

    Edit: I see a 31-year old listed, but I've seen several different lists and could be wrong on the ages.
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    Quote Originally Posted by dao View Post
    There are still good people in our Armed Forces

    https://www.newsmax.com/newsfront/ma...29/id/1034204/
    Love that he did what he did, that it has gotten good coverage and that he is emboldening others to stand up and say enough is enough. My only hopes is that this happens in mass. When that happens, it is all over. They either capitulate, or are forced to run for the hills.
    On a side note, I have been having high blood pressure and anxiety over all of this. I had to withdraw from any news for a couple of days. Took my blood pressure again, after getting out into nature (avoided any “media” or “devices”) and bp was back down to 123/78. Stress can be a killer. Sometimes we all need to step back and away from the turmoil. It is real stuff happening, that should have our attention and concern, but we need to give our spirit, soul and brain in general a break from negative stuff sometimes. The impact to our health is too great to keep ourselves in the mental grind that is now built into our daily lives.

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    Couldn't agree more Bird. With all of it

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    The stress for me is knowing what needs to be done and what should be done but having no way to make it happen. How far do we let them flush our country down the toilet before we get serious.

    I've found that Scotch seems to help knock the edge off stress to at times. Perhaps not a cure all but at least with a small application I no longer care.
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    I like to think of the wait as the calm before the storm. When the right time comes things will ratchet up quickly. And irreversably.

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    Quote Originally Posted by wyntrout View Post
    I wonder which hypocritical a$$holes will meet the aircraft with the Heroes' bodies. I can't imagine Mumbles, Giggles, or the Top brass from the Pentagon or the cabinet being there. Trump would be there, for sure, were he still president<you know, after a legitimate election result> but in reality, he wouldn't HAVE to be there... because he wouldn't allow this kind of SNAFU to happen. He would speak and act from a position of strength, not weakness and acquiescence to the Taliban!
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    Bird,
    I liked this, hope you enjoy it, too:
    https://youtu.be/EaMkOES-y3Y

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