12.06.2006

Uncomfortable?

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16 comments:

Anonymous said...

Not exactly who I would wanna see at Pearl Harbor. Same thing with the 9/11, too. I don't have anything against Arabs, but i don't want to see them at ground zero. They can drive me there in the cab, but then they need to leave.

Anonymous said...

Maybe they are coming back to finish the job!!! We better go bomb Taiwan since they are kinda in the same area but had nothing to do with it...besides I heard a rumor they had WMD's.

Anonymous said...

Wow, 12:02PM, I thought you only hated and despised African Americans, homosexuals and liberals.

Anonymous said...

I saw a Hawaiina woman refuse to stand at the laying of a wreath on the Tomb of the Unknown soldier by a Jap Officer...classic.

Anonymous said...

12:02PM, how is it any different from members of Allied bomber crews visiting Dresden, Nagasaki, or Hiroshima?

They killed more civilians than 9/11 or Pearl Harbor.

Anonymous said...

1:05- cuz we won...

Anonymous said...

How have we won the "war" on terror? We may have won WWII, but we lost overall. Our industries are in permanent decline largely replaced by Asian countries.

Not to mention the enormous investments those countries have in the US, which is pulled would send us to Davy Jones' locker.

Anonymous said...

1:05, How many more GI's died after we obliterated Hiroshima and Nagasaki? None, they surrendered. War over.

Anonymous said...

When is Decatur going to get a sushi place?

Anonymous said...

Mmmmmmmmmm........sushi......I'm ready. I get so tired of Frilly's take out.

greta said...

Sushi is good, but how about a Discount Tire Store, and a "Someone to Wash my Car for Me" Car Wash. mmm....not to change the subject.

Anonymous said...

How about a tire store that has a sushi bar...and they wash your car!!!

greta said...

Perfect!

Anonymous said...

Those are strange shoes the guy on the left is wearing.

Made in Japan obviously.

Anonymous said...

Native Americans don't want to see your white butts here either ...
Wise County continues its sad racist legacy.

Anonymous said...

These guys were soldiers and followed their orders. They did it pretty well, too. Eventually their side lost. Now they are "allies." I served in Germany after WWII and got along well with the Germans. I have friends who fought in Viet Nam and have returned there to be well received by the Vietnamese. War is nasty business but when it's over - it should be over. (BTW – we killed far more Japanese civilians with fire bombs than we did with nukes.)