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Retrospective Reflections: The Battlefields of World War One

Taking a backwards step, both personally and in time, I felt it would be a good idea to expand upon why I chose to study a History degree in the first place. 1,006 more words

History

Farewell Stephen Furst :(

   Sometimes I wish that I believed in a world beyond the veil. Farewell, old friend.

Lest We Forget…

The Imperial Probot

Do They Still Say It?

Do You Respect Our Flag ?

It is time to reintroduce the pledge of allegiance in our public and private schools again. Many people, I have found out, do not have it memorized. 83 more words

A General Announcement

Lest We Forget

Lest We Forget The True Meaning of Memorial Day

By Lori D.

God of our fathers, known of old,

Lord of our far-flung battle line, 2,555 more words

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Memorial Day...Never forget!

Memorial Day, whenever celebrated, whatever called, is a day we should welcome, lest we forget those who fought and died for the freedoms we enjoy.  Here’s something I wrote for a previous Memorial Day. 78 more words

Poetry

Cone Man the Roadman

Right; let me make myself perfectly clear – OCD is no laughing matter! And this post is not intended to poke fun at anyone who has OCD, or offend anyone who knows someone who has. 679 more words

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