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    Re: The Colbert Report Signs Off

    Nice try.
    The Iron Bowl is on once a year for three hours. Perhaps it has a political agenda, but I am unable to detect what it might be.
    The Colbert Report was on Monday-Friday for a half-hour...
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    Re: The Colbert Report Signs Off

    I know a twenty-something PhD (so, not a dumb kid) and he admits Colbert is his only source of news.
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    Re: Bergdahl released

    The DNC would hire him.

    I'm not sure the Defense Finance and Accounting Service works that way.
  4. Colorado Shooter's Parents Plead for Son's Life

    Theater shooter's parents plead for his life.
    The Colorado shooter's parents speak up.

    I'm sorry, we want to spare this horrible person the trauma of having to look at the evidence of the...
  5. Thread: Cuba

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    Re: Cuba

    I keep hearing that this will not do anything to liberate the Cuban people.
    I'm sorry, liberating the Cuban people is not America's job. Who knows, maybe they like licking the boots of the Castro...
  6. Link: Re: "Redskins" name denied by U.S. Patent Office.

    I wish they would hit this miscreant with the court costs for this frivolous proceeding.
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    Link: Re: Hmmm... Boots back on the ground?

    They have deployed the "don't wear stripes and plaids at the same time" platoon and the "drink the Bordeaux with the filet mignon" battalion.
  8. Re: WWII: European Theater daily - 1944 (was Normandy Daily)

    I think it is.
    If I was a German soldier, and I has a chance to ditch the Luger for an M1911, I'd do it.
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    Link: Re: Hmmm... Boots back on the ground?

    Well, the administration said these were not combat troops, only "advisers."
    I wonder what these troops thought about being called something other than combat troops. They look like they are doing...
  10. Re: WWII: European Theater daily - 1944 (was Normandy Daily)

    Tiger II is a big tank. I have climbed around on this one at La Gleize, Belgium:
    https://sp.yimg.com/ib/th?id=HN.608010100700155269&pid=15.1&P=0
    Having ridden on an M1 Abrams, I believe the Tiger...
  11. Re: Michigan taking another run at Harbaugh - $48M!

    That's true, but one of the only schools ahead of Alabama on the all-time win list is Michigan. If they have another decade of mediocrity, and Bama has a decade anything like the last 7 years, Bama...
  12. Re: WWII: European Theater daily - 1944 (was Normandy Daily)

    Being a German living in the US in the immediate aftermath of the war, it surprises me that Helmut was unaware of Malmedy. I wonder what percentage of Germans today know about Malmedy? I saw a...
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    Link: Re: Hmmm... Boots back on the ground?

    Yup.
    One of the misnomers bandied about in Washington double speak is denying that "combat advisers" represent "boots on the ground." SF soldiers tend to wear boots and obviously, these dudes are...
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    I'd say the French communists took care of that (belatedly). Maybe the late date of that revenge was the reason why they went whole hog and burned his house down as well.

    That is unfortunate. The...
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    Link: Re: Hmmm... Boots back on the ground?

    The "Inside Baseball" on this is that the advisers are most likely Special Forces (aka Green Berets). This is the role of SF since the Kennedy Administration. Training host nation forces,...
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