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I remember this from 1967

Discussion in 'General Discussion' started by Pilgrim, May 19, 2009.

  1. Pilgrim

    Pilgrim Moderator NES Member

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  2. Walter Smitty

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    It sounds like John Cameron Swayze. " Takes a licking and keeps on ticking ".
     
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    Sounds like an ex-girlfriend of mine..[rofl]
     
  4. Bugs100

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    That brings back memories.

    I'll never forget the first Colt M16 I got in Vietnam in 1967. I had it about an hour and a tank drove it. Bent it in half along with about 5 others.

    I can still hear the supply Sargent yelling, You Dumb @#%% #$%^& what do you think these #@$%^#$ grow on trees, those were brand f$%^#@% new.

    He was a old Polish guy from Brockton who had been in WWII. We drove him nuts.

    But the door to the Amory was open 24 hours a day and you could take any thing you wanted, no questions asked.
     
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    cool video it reminded me of the "duck and cover" safety film for volcanic activity from a south park episode
     
  6. Eye5600

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    Part II is on YouTube. It was among the choices on the side for me.

    I probably saw it at Ft Dix in 1969, but I don't remember.
     

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