Quote: Armistice Day (also known as Remembrance Day) is on November 11 and commemorates the armistice signed between the Allies of World War I and Germany at Compi
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"I love America so much...that if there was a Bald Eagle right here....I'd fuck it!"....
Terrific. Now, where the fuck is Honeycutt, and why should those of us who don't live in honeycutt care?
Brilliant. Metaphorically, or in real time? You had better hope the former, because if there is ANY chance that eagle doesn't want to be fucked by you, you, your dick, and anything on your body within a foot of your dick are in deep shit. Those talons and that beak are sharp, and you have no defenses against that particular ordinance.
How do I know?? Well, I never tried to fuck an eagle. But I can mentally go through the hypotheticals. Use your imagination.
I am a veteran. What are you?
A Googler. Congratulations on your painstaking research. You have no idea what "veteran" means, nor do you have any idea what "armistice" means. You are merely a troll who Googles. Hey! If it shows up on some internet dictionary, it MUST be the truth. Right?
And, all the above aside, what IS your point, plastic-face? No. Really. What IS your point?
Should we all turn our swords into plowshares? Should we all Google some higher solution to our contemporary woes? Should we all castigate combat veterans as delusional, because we answered the call? Now, THAT would be fashionable...
Should we all be "fashionable"?
Okay. I'll go along with this. Veteran's Day is really Armistice Day. Or should be. Or should have been. Or might have been, if not for... if not for WHAT?
What is your point, you who have no identity? Is celebrating those among us, one day a year, counter to the spirit of "armistice"? Um. How was this armistice earned. pray tell? Armistice from WHAT? Oh, yeah. You can't have "armistice" without precedent conflict. Right? And upon WHAT conditions were said "armistices" agreed upon, without the precedent conflict? And who EARNED said conditions.
As usual, you expose yourself as a mere troll, looking for arguments without substance. Just tell us what you mean, O Great Moron. Yes. That's what morons do. Just Google it, pretend you understand it, and assume it to be "true."
Seriously, moron. Tell us the substantive relationship (past, present, and future) between "armistice" and "veteran." Which came first, how did the order occur, which is the most important (and why...), and what is YOUR claim to (non-Googled) authority?
We veterans are anxious to hear the truth. Really. Clue us in, plastic-face.
No, you're looking for somebody to pat you on the back because you survived your six month tour on the Minnow. All I did was post a definition for Armistice Day, which unfortunately doesn't include you because you're still alive.