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They DO look similar

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I bet Coop has a better handicap.

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Hard to argue with. I'd definitely call this man handicapped at best. lol
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https://m.youtube.com/watch...

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Wow....Very well laid out, the tired and scared..and I guess some things do effect you more then you know.
Thank you very much for your story. It is greatly appreciated and perfect example of little stuff with a lasting impact.
What saved me more than anything was my wife and my 1st child. I was stop lossed and almost missed the birth of my 1st child. I was also going to re-enlist until I found out my wife was pregnant.
I had many issues when I got out but they pulled me through. Still have anger issues, but seeing and playing with my children makes my problems melt away.
On a side note had a friend stationed in Panama he didn't see any action other then being shot at by corrupt police though.

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I'll try to do that, hopefully it comes to Netflix. I haven't watched normal tv in probably....20 years? Wow never thought about that until now.

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I know you are a deep thinker....and also a student of philosophy. Have you ever read "Gulag Archipelago"?
It comes highly recommended and I am in the process of reading it now. You can practically hear the author screaming in the words he writes.
He saw what had happened and what was coming and I know you are not political but there are so many parallels to modern day it is horrifying. Saying it is political is not the best way to word it, but he saw the swinging of extreme left vs right and what it did. It is/was the same with Nietzsche he saw what was coming well before it happened.
After this I am going to try and tackle Jung.  For those few willing to listen history still has many lessons to teach us.

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Sounds interesting. I'll give it a skim and see if it's something I want to read more closely. smile

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I haven't watched commercial networks since 1992, but I love videos. Fortunately, these days, we don't really have to choose. Most videos are available without ads from a variety of sources, not the least of which is bittorrent, which is free. It's also handy for restoring purchased videos, for which the media has been lost, which is entirely lawful, despite the megacorps who want to keep us paying for the same thing over and over. They can eat my ass with a side of dick. lol

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Lmfao...hahaha sorry "Gulag Archipelago" is like 2k pages+ it is huge.
The best synopsis I can give is it a non-fictional commentary and collection of stories from early to mid 20th century in Russia.
It makes many points and has many similarities to what is currently happening today and the direction we can easily be headed towards. I know you are very anti-political in these boards, but if I had my way I would make this required H.S. Reading. The lessons it teaches cannot and should not be forgotten.

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