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    The sex talk in today's world......

    https://www.dropbox.com/s/r0ve2sptef...xTalk.mp4?dl=0
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    Quote Originally Posted by jeepster09 View Post
    The sex talk in today's world......

    https://www.dropbox.com/s/r0ve2sptef...xTalk.mp4?dl=0
    This is Major Tom to ground control, I’m stepping through the door and I’m floating in a most peculiar way.......
    It seems that jellyfish have lived on earth for 650 million years without a brain so maybe there’s hope for the Democrats yet............................... (R) Senator John Kennedy from the great state of Louisiana.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Bawanna View Post
    I gotta change my name. I'm think Zebulon or Zacharia, Joe don't got the ring it used to.
    Best man at my wedding was named Joe. Not the sleepy one though.
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    Hey Sarge, yeah what, sure is quiet, sure is Kirby, too quiet but they’re out there just waiting....

    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=D4zOSjjqAaw

    Flipping channels I ran into an episode of “Combat” with Vic Morrow as Sarge.....When we were kids we never missed an episode and we played army the next afternoon in the woods after school with real toy guns, imagine that.....It was a much simpler time but we sure had fun and there weren’t any Krauts left in the neighborhood when we had to go in for supper......
    It seems that jellyfish have lived on earth for 650 million years without a brain so maybe there’s hope for the Democrats yet............................... (R) Senator John Kennedy from the great state of Louisiana.

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    Tour of Duty and Combat and then Rat Patrol are all on a channel here on Saturday night.
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    We watched that show in 1967/1968 at Da Nang Air Base. My MASH-like tent, the "Command Hut" I called it, had a tin roof, and two voltage regulators... one for a small black and white TV, the other for the refrigerator. Combat! was one of our favorite shows. I was our project NCO for two TDY's just before the end of January. I got there just in time for the Têt Offensive. I sent my replacement home and stayed for his TDY. I had made SSGT(E-5) January 1 and this was my first job as an NCO... fun times! War movies on TV and the real thing all around us. I was 21.

    I found this picture online when I searched for my unit. This was just after we got out of the bunkers on Têt morning. An A-1E was strafing from behind us out into the field and the enemy running to the East just south of us. Then we watched him bomb them, followed by gunships rocketing them! We watched the war all day and into the night when an AC-47 Spooky really lit them up with the mini-guns. Beautiful sight at night... like a waterfall with splashes from the ricochets!

    My Project Officer, a 1st LT., brought me the M-16 and 7 mags to augment our tent section on the S.E. perimeter fence the evening before. I did have an S&W .38, too. I didn't get to shoot either... and had NEVER shot an M-16... qualified with the M-1 Carbine in 1964 at Basic Training. We were told by the Lt. that we were expected to be attacked that night. I went to a Security Police station nearby and begged some ammo for our crews .38's. They gave me 2 boxes, but when I tried that another time, they acted like I was crazy. It's different during or expecting action, I guess!

    That's my bed to the left... pretty close to the inner of two chained-link fences. The crews added sandbags to the tents' perimeters shortly after that. We did have some bullets splashing around outside and hitting the tents some.
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