Sunday, 11 November 2007

The Least We Can Do

8 comments:

Twining said...

I can see you!

Area Trace No Search said...

Twining - yes, I admit it, that is me, in all my glory. Heh heh.

Twining said...

I fear you are a good man ASNT, a good man. Do pop in and see bhangraman on my blog, it's hilarious.

Roses said...

Absolutely.

Joe90 said...

I couldn't agree more.

Two minutes silence and wearing a poppy is pittance compared to the service of all those brave men and women, who fought and died for the freedom we now enjoy.

Girl*Next*Door said...

Agree with Joe90. It is the very least we can do. PC Southwest has a really good link on his blog with interviews with some of the soldiers who were in the WWI & it is absolutely horrific what they saw & had to go through, very sobering indeed.

Nice one ATNS :o)

"gunner" said...

this from "micheal yon", a former u.s. army special forces trooper, now an independent, self supporting reporter in iraq, on his observations of british troops in the basra area of southern iraq.
one commenter claims the british "are not pulling their weight", his is very much a minority opinion, one that i do not share.
"gunner"

http://www.michaelyon-online.com/wp/men-of-valor-part-i-of-about-viii.htm

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