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Tweetduring your long weekend of bbq and hitting the beach(if you can) dont forget to remember those that made the ultimate sacrifice for all those things that we are able to do. unfortunately in my state where my gov is a freaking moron we cant go to the veteran's cemetery or any of out monuments for a moment of reflection. always a good time to take the kids to see and think about why they are able to celebrate this day.
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TweetSalute to those who serve(ed) and those who paid with their lives.
TweetSalute to all those who served and have fallen.
TweetYou know what, caught this thread late , but you have to give thanks every day.
One day is not enough for the people that have died for us to be here and have the freedom we have. So many people feel privileged and act and do as they please, most times like jerks and morons, but it’s only thanks to the people that have fought and died that they can act like jerk offs. Imagine living in a country like North Korea, they wouldn’t be acting like that !!!
So reflection and gratitude should be given everyday!!!