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That is was my brother ... that it was.

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He should have stayed home, resisted the draft, gone to Canada & be smoking dope with the rest of his generation.

Handsome man.

"That is was my brother ... that it was." I don't even know what that means. Care to translate?
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AnneBoleyn;1438947 wrote: He should have stayed home, resisted the draft, gone to Canada & be smoking dope with the rest of his generation.

Handsome man.

"That is was my brother ... that it was." I don't even know what that means. Care to translate?


On his helmet ... "War Is Hell." and I agree and all American GIs are my 'Brothers in Arms." Hence ... "That is was my brother ... that it was."
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That is was? What kind of grammar is that?
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AnneBoleyn;1438952 wrote: That is was? What kind of grammar is that?




Sigh .... We having a "picky" moment are we dear?
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I realize I saw this picture before. I remember it from way back when.
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jones jones;1438954 wrote: Sigh .... We having a "picky" moment are we dear?


Glad to say it's not from awaiting my period, which Thank the Gods I haven't had in a Decade+! The "Curse."

What can I say? I spent some of my college life as an English Major! & the way some people spell around here..............I'd better shut up while I still can.
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AnneBoleyn;1438958 wrote: Glad to say it's not from awaiting my period, which Thank the Gods I haven't had in a Decade+! The "Curse."

What can I say? I spent some of my college life as an English Major! & the way some people spell around here..............I'd better shut up while I still can.


My spelling is usually excellent but I have my 'blonde moments" when I am the weakest link ...
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Your spelling is beyond reproach.
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AnneBoleyn;1438965 wrote: Your spelling is beyond reproach.


I thought so too ... Thank you.
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jones jones;1438963 wrote: My spelling is usually excellent but I have my 'blonde moments" when I am the weakest link ...


1. Three blondes were walking through the forest when they came upon a set of tracks.

The first blonde said, "Those are deer tracks."

The second blonde said, "No, those are elk tracks."

The third blonde said, "You're both wrong, those are moose tracks."

The blondes were still arguing when the train hit them.

2. Two blondes were in a parking lot trying to unlock the door of their Mercedes with a coat hanger. They tried and tried to get the door open, but they couldn't. The blond with the coat hanger stopped for a moment to catch her breath, and her friend said anxiously, "Hurry up! It's starting to rain and the top is down."

3. Two blondes living in Oklahoma were sitting on a bench talking........ and one blonde says to the other, "Which do you think is farther away..........Florida or the moon?"

The other blonde turns and says "Helloooooooooo, can you see Florida...?????"

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AnneBoleyn;1438952 wrote: That is was? What kind of grammar is that?


ask an Irishman.

It made sense to me. That it is.

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