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Live your life with brass balls. You will never regret it so long as you live.

Jeremiah Denton. The man was captured by Vietnamese communists, held as a prisoner, and was forced to film a confession that he was being treated according to the Geneva Convention, so that the VC could avoid repercussions from the world. … Continue reading

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Re: A message from a Vietnam Vet friend

Sent via email to me by a Vietnam Vet whose name you would not believe if I told you (and since I am posting this without his permission, his name is withheld) (also, I did some editting to make the … Continue reading

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Life’s most difficult issue

One of the hardest things to accept about reality is reality. People…myself included…could  have saved so much time and achieved so much more if we had accepted reality’s truths instead of trying to fit reality into our own myths and … Continue reading

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Mona Charen – Can We Still Call Men Heroes?

http://m.townhall.com/columnists/monacharen/2012/07/27/can_we_still_call_men_heroes It is sad that it takes the death of a man for his life to be appreciated. Everyday men are making sacrifices for those they love. A man will go do a job where he is unappreciated and where … Continue reading

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Joseph Kittinger – I’m speechless

http://en.m.wikipedia.org/wiki/Joseph_Kittinger#section_4

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How to Smoke a Cigar

In 1994, I started working for a PC manufacturer. I was hired as a salesman. Yes, sales MAN. Women who sell are sales ladies. Men who sell are salesMEN. Salesperson just sounds lifeless. Within a couple months, we moved to … Continue reading

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