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    Veterans Day Poker contest

    If you or your spouse serve in the military at all, please list your name and branch of service and in a few words tell me what veterans day represent for you and your family on a personal level..i will pick 3 winners.. Each winner will get 300 pts prior to 1 pm tourney..I will also put a bounty on myself in the 1pm tourney for 300 pts..Gl and happy veterans day

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    well i,m not a veterean but my father was ,my grandfather and my brother, iworked on military post fueling aircraft for ten yearsof which i worked refueling outbound aicraft for desert storm out of el toro usmc airstation in california in the 90,s and i had the honor of refueling and helping the war effort then plus i was lucky enuff to refuel vice president dan quayles once so i thank all of our veterans for thier service and a big shout out to gametime for doin this for our guys an gals here
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    hey dipstick setup 300 in the market bud..good story...ty for sharing

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    I'm not a veteran but my grandpa was in the Navy in the 1940s, his son who is my Uncle Rick used to be a medic in the Navy around the 70s, and his son Rick who is my cousin is an active Marine. Very proud of them for what they do for our country. For my Sigma Nu fraternity family, 3 of my brothers are in the active military. One is in the Navy, one is in the national guard, and one is in the army (i saw him last night for the first time in over a year). But one person who is actively serving stands out. One of my best friends is in the Air Force and currently is in Panama for a year. I was in his wedding last summer and it was great seeing him, since most of the past 3 years, he was in Germany as a firefighter. Definitely am thankful that all of these people are in my life, serve for our country and protect our freedoms daily!

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    Quote Originally Posted by cdub512 View Post
    I'm not a veteran but my grandpa was in the Navy in the 1940s, his son who is my Uncle Rick used to be a medic in the Navy around the 70s, and his son Rick who is my cousin is an active Marine. Very proud of them for what they do for our country. For my Sigma Nu fraternity family, 3 of my brothers are in the active military. One is in the Navy, one is in the national guard, and one is in the army (i saw him last night for the first time in over a year). But one person who is actively serving stands out. One of my best friends is in the Air Force and currently is in Panama for a year. I was in his wedding last summer and it was great seeing him, since most of the past 3 years, he was in Germany as a firefighter. Definitely am thankful that all of these people are in my life, serve for our country and protect our freedoms daily!

    very nice story, setup 300 in the mrkt..happy veterans day

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    i'm not a veteran - i'm only 28 but my grandfather was - he fought in the world war 2 - gladly he wasn't hurt. when I was little I always enjoyed his war stories - it's a different reality than ours you cant even imagine what was going on in that times

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    Quote Originally Posted by gametime74 View Post
    hey dipstick setup 300 in the market bud..good story...ty for sharing
    well ty that was not my intention ,even kinda felt bad about posting it once i thought about it,seem like i was maybe hijacking your thread,but... if yu want to i will gladly accept them on behalf of my dad ,who serve 3 tours off the coast of vietnam in the 60,s on the uss oriskany ty game time
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    Quote Originally Posted by dipstick2 View Post
    well ty that was not my intention ,even kinda felt bad about posting it once i thought about it,seem like i was maybe hijacking your thread,but... if yu want to i will gladly accept them on behalf of my dad ,who serve 3 tours off the coast of vietnam in the 60,s on the uss oriskany ty game time
    Very touching story u ought to be proud,I served 4 yrs in the army active duty myself!
    FORGIVENESS IS IN THE EYE OF THE BEHOLDER!THATS RIGHT THE KING IS BACK AND THIS TIME FOR GOOD SO DONT GET COMFORTABLE ,YOU BETTER PLAY TIGHTER.

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    and my story is when i was in iraq i lost my best friend who was my battle buddy he was a great guy,him and me was inseperatable i sure do miss him specialist john scearce!
    FORGIVENESS IS IN THE EYE OF THE BEHOLDER!THATS RIGHT THE KING IS BACK AND THIS TIME FOR GOOD SO DONT GET COMFORTABLE ,YOU BETTER PLAY TIGHTER.

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    I am not a veteran, but I have a few humorous friends that are. This is their story.

    How do you play Iraqi bingo?
    B-52...F-16...B-1...

    Did you hear that it is twice as easy to train Iraqi fighter pilots?
    You only have to teach them to take off.

    What do Baghdad and Hiroshima have in common?
    Nothing, yet.

    What do Miss Muffet and Saddam Hussein have in common?
    They both have Kurds in their Whey.
    "Maybe Poker's Just Not Your Game"

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