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urban DICTIONARY Entry #4 – w/o Character Limits

Cluster Fuck As an integral part of modern infantry training specifically regarding the single file movement of troops, afoot or on patrol was an oft-heard admonition to “Keep your interval!“ The interval or space between infantry soldiers on the move … Continue reading

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Hollywood Heroes

Hollywood heroes? I don’t have any. I never did. In the aftermath of World War II I grew up on John Wayne movies. There was a host of Hollywood heroes to choose from, like Van Johnson, Gary Cooper, James Stuart; … Continue reading

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“You can’t handle the truth!” – Col. Jessup

Just so you know: the film containing the 1970’s Theme Song of the Feminist Movement, the film I had hoped to have digitized and published on the web, has now been moved to the Library of Congress, were in all … Continue reading

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“The Biggest Deal of the Twentieth Century?” Listen —— They’re Playing Our Song

I happen to know the whereabouts of a copy of what many consider the Theme Song of the Women’s Liberation Movement. Unfortunately it’s on 35mm color film and I don’t currently have the means to secure it properly and have … Continue reading

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Pure Capitalism

We need soldiers. We don’t need veterans.

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My Most Unforgettable Character

In years past Reader’s Digest magazine had a regular contributory feature called My Most Unforgettable Character. These articles were brief profiles or character sketches of some famous and not-so-famous individuals. For whatever reason, the personae of these particular individuals would … Continue reading

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