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J.P. Hart commented on Doc Vega's blog post Memorial Day Recalling Desperate Times
"Dr. V: I was on the SS of Chi with Op PUSH with road rash on my right cheek bone when U and your budzinskis were prolly circle jerking to Bridge on the River Kiwi 1st fiddlin' with taut catgut folkin' substitootn' Texarkana hayWARD…"
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J.P. Hart commented on Doc Vega's blog post Memorial Day Recalling Desperate Times
"ow what in the ruination are you harping 'bout?? Okay okay just one Michelob Ultra LA-LA Dr.V Maybe your time-time-time would be more productive(lee) inventive if you'd translate Goebbels Diary Diary to Farsi. I enjoyed reading your…"
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koshersalaami commented on Doc Vega's blog post Memorial Day Recalling Desperate Times
"Putting aside racial differences is really easy for those of us who are White. Black servicemen and women sacrificed a great deal in WWII and performed in legendary ways - like the Tuskegee Airmen - only to come home to not being able to drink at…"
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Doc Vega commented on Doc Vega's blog post Memorial Day Recalling Desperate Times
"J.P. This is not about glorifying the horrors of war but it is about reminding the idiots who take a knee before an NFL game or burn effigies of our president, or burn down black churches when the perpetrators themselves are black and committing…"
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Doc Vega commented on Doc Vega's blog post Memorial Day Recalling Desperate Times
"Rodney, the heroic actions of young men pressed into service and under what circumstances are obviously relevant to all those except yourself who suffer from cognitive dissonance, a common malady that I see among members here! It is imperative for…"
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Rodney Roe commented on Doc Vega's blog post Memorial Day Recalling Desperate Times
"Exactly."
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J.P. Hart commented on Doc Vega's blog post Memorial Day Recalling Desperate Times
"Our ol' boys marched into hell for a heavenly cause, no?"
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Rodney Roe commented on Doc Vega's blog post Memorial Day Recalling Desperate Times
"Doc, you have six copies of this post up.  "Publish" must have appeared stuck. War is personal.  My father fought in Europe - France and the Battle of the Bulge - and came home.  No one in myu family fought in the Pacific…"
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J.P. Hart commented on Doc Vega's blog post Aircraft Way Ahead of Their Time Part I
"Doc V, Thank you for reaching out. I appreciate your pain. However, I am not a licensed psychiatrist and it wouldn't be fair if I were to render advice. IMHO, your path to recovery is not far, sir. From time to time you appear as the…"
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Doc Vega commented on Doc Vega's blog post Aircraft Way Ahead of Their Time Part I
"J.P. Forgive for making any rash diagnosis. I think I may be a bit too quick to attribute what I perceive as psychological and drug induced behavior from those around me like wives, family, and friends. One of the biggest sources of delusions of…"
May 20
Doc Vega commented on Doc Vega's blog post Aircraft Way Ahead of Their Time Part I
"J.P. My 50's perception of the world is a mere misperception based upon the fact that I tend to evaluate history objectively according to the relativity of the time and place and not trying to interject the politically correct standards of…"
May 20
J.P. Hart commented on Doc Vega's blog post Aircraft Way Ahead of Their Time Part I
"No Doc. I've been clean and sober for 47 years. No need to get presumptuous. No reason to get excited."
May 19
Doc Vega commented on Doc Vega's blog post Aircraft Way Ahead of Their Time Part I
"J. P. Hart Do you know what Stevenson's Doctor Jekyll and Mister Hyde was based upon? When cocaine became a general anesthetic with a strange stimulating quality about it near the end of the 19th Century it was used to treat ailments like…"
May 19
J.P. Hart commented on Doc Vega's blog post Aircraft Way Ahead of Their Time Part I
"Doc V: I've edited my comment(mine of 17 hours ago) (as it was soooooooooo goot) for clarity, correct spelling (caught my way ham-handedness with 'there' and 'their' as well as juxtaposition of decimal pts. Whilst…"
May 18
J.P. Hart commented on Doc Vega's blog post Aircraft Way Ahead of Their Time Part I
"& the fighter still remains! from time to time exclamation points!remind me of billy clubs or CC (crowd-control). I'm watching/hearing Robert Kennedy Funeral (1968) British Pathe. Doc V., your 'gonna fly now' avionics work…"
May 18
Doc Vega commented on Doc Vega's blog post Like a Chessboard Pawn
"Let us recall the prophetic words of Arthur C. Clarke who as a scientist established the first plans for an orbital communications satellite in 1948. The US did not launch a telecommunications satellite until 1962 with the Telstar satellite! Let us…"
May 17

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Memorial Day Recalling Desperate Times

Posted on May 25, 2018 at 6:25pm 8 Comments



The year is 1942 America is still reeling from the attack on Pearl Harbor that nearly destroyed the US Pacific Fleet stationed there. To make matters worse a string of uncanny victories by the Japanese leave little to write home about as Manila, Guam, Wake Island, Corregidor, and a host of other Allied…

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Memorial Day Recalling Desperate Times

Posted on May 25, 2018 at 6:25pm 0 Comments



The year is 1942 America is still reeling from the attack on Pearl Harbor that nearly destroyed the US Pacific Fleet stationed there. To make matters worse a string of uncanny victories by the Japanese leave little to write home about as Manila, Guam, Wake Island, Corregidor, and a host of other Allied…

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Memorial Day Recalling Desperate Times

Posted on May 25, 2018 at 6:25pm 0 Comments



The year is 1942 America is still reeling from the attack on Pearl Harbor that nearly destroyed the US Pacific Fleet stationed there. To make matters worse a string of uncanny victories by the Japanese leave little to write home about as Manila, Guam, Wake Island, Corregidor, and a host of other Allied…

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Memorial Day Recalling Desperate Times

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The year is 1942 America is still reeling from the attack on Pearl Harbor that nearly destroyed the US Pacific Fleet stationed there. To make matters worse a string of uncanny victories by the Japanese leave little to write home about as Manila, Guam, Wake Island, Corregidor, and a host of other Allied…

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