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    Re: Is it acceptable to BBQ on Memorial Day?

    Quote Originally Posted by rocket88 View Post
    Now you're just playing ignorant. Or at least I think you're playing.
    Do you think I am attacking Obama?

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    Re: Is it acceptable to BBQ on Memorial Day?

    Quote Originally Posted by NIMBY View Post
    Our VFW had a BBQ with pulled pork and tenderloins--does that count?

    After a bouquet tossed in the river for those lost at Sea, we had a great service in our park's War Memorials with many words still with me.

    It's always good to teach the kids about the ## names on the World War stone--since it was engraved before WW2--and the ## names from WW2.

    Kids were asking about the ## from Vietnam because their ranks are given with their branch of service--and ## from Korea.
    Quite the sacrifice for a small town.
    Good on all of y'all, man. I know it was a grand time for all involved. (Too early for famous Illinois cream corn, however. Right? )


    Have you received a card from the VA or a Nearby Mental Health Clinic yet?
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    Sounds like out-reach clinics the VA may use at local Hospitals with excellent Mental Health Clinics .
    Nothing yet from my local VA and I am on their mailing list. But then again, my local VA is Phoenix. From what I read it remains cluster****.










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    Re: Is it acceptable to BBQ on Memorial Day?

    Quote Originally Posted by radcen View Post
    Memorial Day is to honor our fallen soldiers. And we should do that, absolutely. But, is it acceptable to BBQ on Memorial Day, or should we spend the day in deep thought and solemn remembrance?
    I spend all day at military graves in reverence and in total silence...

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    Re: Is it acceptable to BBQ on Memorial Day?

    Quote Originally Posted by radcen View Post
    I don't either, but some people (here at DP and elsewhere) are acting like it is. Hence, the question.
    Whoever is thinking that is either incapable of rational thought or has too much time to think about something so relatively minor.

    Possibly both.
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    Re: Is it acceptable to BBQ on Memorial Day?

    Yes, we should solemnly remember but also celebrate what those lives meant. Same with civilian funerals. I love hearing about people having a great time at a funeral!

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    Re: Is it acceptable to BBQ on Memorial Day?

    Quote Originally Posted by VanceMack View Post
    Do you think I am attacking Obama?
    You aren't. Someone did.


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    Re: Is it acceptable to BBQ on Memorial Day?

    Quote Originally Posted by rocket88 View Post
    You aren't. Someone did.
    Then why address your comments regarding attacking Obama to me, especially when I have already directly addressed the issue to the one that did?

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    Re: Is it acceptable to BBQ on Memorial Day?

    Quote Originally Posted by radcen View Post
    Memorial Day is to honor our fallen soldiers. And we should do that, absolutely. But, is it acceptable to BBQ on Memorial Day, or should we spend the day in deep thought and solemn remembrance?
    The BBQ is to help remember the people who were burned to death by firebombs.

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    Re: Is it acceptable to BBQ on Memorial Day?

    Quote Originally Posted by JC Callender View Post
    Yes, we should solemnly remember but also celebrate what those lives meant. Same with civilian funerals. I love hearing about people having a great time at a funeral!
    An Irish wake.
    My Aunt and Uncle when I was growing up, had one of the larger houses and wakes were held there due to small community and many not able to afford a funeral home.
    Where tea was on the stove and food was plentiful. People grieved and laughed and most importantly remembered the deceased and the community was brought closer by this.
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    Re: Is it acceptable to BBQ on Memorial Day?

    Quote Originally Posted by VanceMack View Post
    Do you think I am attacking Obama?
    Take it to another thread. This Thread borders on a RIP.
    Quote Originally Posted by RickJames3000 View Post
    You need to revisit the chain of association... you only insisted you were a Trump-supporter after you figured out that made you a pederast as well. If I were you. I'd be more discreet about it... but I guess it's your dime.

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