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  1. AB was playing Chess, while everyone else was playing Checkers ....Checkmate.
  2. $75, is that due all at once, or can I make installments...? And 7 PM Central.? Iโ€™m going to need you to be a little more specific. Belize, Nicaragua, Guatemala...?
  3. Lawyer up.....Freeze their funds. ๐Ÿ˜›
  4. This should be a sticky. Thanks for all you do....long overdue.
  5. Bravo....Way to take one for the team..weโ€™ll await your return.
  6. I have 300 channels and all the movieโ€™s listed in this thread should be on a continuous loop on at least 1 of them. Almost Famous needs to be included here.
  7. Count me in....Happy Birthday to my fellow Flag Day brethren. ๐Ÿ‡บ๐Ÿ‡ธ๐Ÿ‡บ๐Ÿ‡ธ๐Ÿ‡บ๐Ÿ‡ธ
  8. We need to pull the U.S. goalkeeper, we need a extra attacker. ๐Ÿ๐Ÿ๐Ÿ๐Ÿ๐Ÿ๐Ÿ๐Ÿ๐Ÿ๐Ÿ๐Ÿ
  9. Can I use my JetBlue miles..? ๐Ÿš€ They should just start a NASA Powerball lottery...$5.00 a ticket and let a regular Joe win a chance to chill out at the ISS.
  10. Concur....looking forward to next weeks season finale ๐Ÿ’ฐ
  11. Have an amazing letter hanging on my wall that my Dad received. HEADQUARTERS 36TH INFANTRY DIVISION APO #36, U. S. Army 16 June 1944 MEN OF THE 36TH INFANTRY (TEXAS) DIVISION It is with great pride that I congratulate you on you magnificent achievements in battle to date. Nine months ago you landed on the hostile beaches of PAESTUM, the vanguard of your countryโ€™s Army, to crash the gates of Hitlerโ€™s European Fortress. In that, your first action of the War, fighting courageously against well trained enemy forces of long combat experience, you established the first American beachhead on the European Continent, the first to be established anywhere by Americans against German opposition. For this achievement alone, you have a right to feel justly proud. Later on while subject to hardships that have never been exceeded by any troops anywhere, you drove the enemy from his well-organized, stoutly defended positions in the hill masses of CAMINO and SUMMUCRO; from MT MAGGIORE, MT LUNGO, MT ROTUNDO and SAN PIETRO. You punished him severely. His losses in men and material were great. Throughout this period of bitter winter weather, under the most adverse conditions of climate and terrain, you maintained a cheerfulness and enthusiasm far superior to that of your enemy. Then came your gallant effort on the RAPIDO. Let us bow our heads in reverence to the fallen comrades who crossed that bitterly contested stream and put up a great, if losing, fightโ€” as great from the standpoint of sheer gallantry and determination as any recorded in the annals of our Armed Forces. At CASSINO and CASTELLONE RIDGE you were serverely tested. You suffered losses, but you captured vital high ground from the strongly entrenched enemy, and held it throughout a month of hard fighting. After a well-deserved rest you were ordered to attack again at a critical time and at a critical place near VELLETRI, to break the stronghold of the enemy defenses east of ROME. History will record forever your outstanding success. In a week of brilliant maneuvers and relentless assaults on one position after another, VELLETRI, ROCCA DI PAPA, MARINO and beyond, you killed and captured well over three thousand of the enemy; routed him from his strong, well-organized positions and drove him across the TIBER in disorder. Your brilliant performance on that famous battlefield was a major contribution in the capture of the first European capital to be recovered from Nazi occupation. For your magnificent accomplishment here, General Marshall sent a personal message of congratulation to you and to me .The German Army is still reeling from your blows. The relentless pressure of your attacks will substantially shorten the duration of the War. Your victorious March though the streets of the cities of your enemy cannot be long delayed. FRED L. WALKER Major General, U.S. Army Thanks for your service Dad, your never far from my thoughts. Rest In Peace.