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WORLD at WAR, OFFICIAL 2013 THREAD (Doom always only a moment away)

 
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matthew van poppel is reporting that there are reports of increased activity at North Korean long range missile sites.
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So he happened to visits those sites, lol. In reality, we know that is what they are doing, even if a missile merely flies and lands in the US but has an inert warhead, North Korea wins this round.
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just reporting what I'm getting buddy.
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matthew van poppel is reporting that there are reports of increased activity at North Korean long range missile sites.
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So he happened to visits those sites, lol. In reality, we know that is what they are doing, even if a missile merely flies and lands in the US but has an inert warhead, North Korea wins this round.
 Quoting: MIL MAN


just reporting what I'm getting buddy.
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Not doubting it for a moment, it follows what intell suggests.
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matthew van poppel is reporting that there are reports of increased activity at North Korean long range missile sites.
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So he happened to visits those sites, lol. In reality, we know that is what they are doing, even if a missile merely flies and lands in the US but has an inert warhead, North Korea wins this round.
 Quoting: MIL MAN


just reporting what I'm getting buddy.
 Quoting: godzilla85


Not doubting it for a moment, it follows what intell suggests.
 Quoting: MIL MAN


hey question maybe you'd know...how long would those type of missiles take to be operational? a couple of days?
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matthew van poppel is reporting that there are reports of increased activity at North Korean long range missile sites.
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So he happened to visits those sites, lol. In reality, we know that is what they are doing, even if a missile merely flies and lands in the US but has an inert warhead, North Korea wins this round.
 Quoting: MIL MAN


just reporting what I'm getting buddy.
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BREAKING -- Yonhap: S. Korea's military reports "sharply increased" movements of vehicles and soldiers at N. Korean missile sites


You missed the words sharply increased. Not good at all. Not slightly, not increased, but sharply increased with paranthesis.
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matthew van poppel is reporting that there are reports of increased activity at North Korean long range missile sites.
 Quoting: godzilla85


So he happened to visits those sites, lol. In reality, we know that is what they are doing, even if a missile merely flies and lands in the US but has an inert warhead, North Korea wins this round.
 Quoting: MIL MAN


just reporting what I'm getting buddy.
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BREAKING -- Yonhap: S. Korea's military reports "sharply increased" movements of vehicles and soldiers at N. Korean missile sites


You missed the words sharply increased. Not good at all. Not slightly, not increased, but sharply increased with paranthesis.
 Quoting: MIL MAN


lol spare me tounge
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So he happened to visits those sites, lol. In reality, we know that is what they are doing, even if a missile merely flies and lands in the US but has an inert warhead, North Korea wins this round.
 Quoting: MIL MAN


just reporting what I'm getting buddy.
 Quoting: godzilla85


Not doubting it for a moment, it follows what intell suggests.
 Quoting: MIL MAN


hey question maybe you'd know...how long would those type of missiles take to be operational? a couple of days?
 Quoting: godzilla85


Liquid fuel missiles could take two hours easily to fill and more likely 4 to 8 hours. if iin fact North Korea has more than simply cardboard images of solid fuel rockets, it could be one hour max if not minutes.
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South Korean Defense Ministry per Steve Herman cannot confirm the report.

More like they won't if you ask me
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just reporting what I'm getting buddy.
 Quoting: godzilla85


Not doubting it for a moment, it follows what intell suggests.
 Quoting: MIL MAN


hey question maybe you'd know...how long would those type of missiles take to be operational? a couple of days?
 Quoting: godzilla85


Liquid fuel missiles could take two hours easily to fill and more likely 4 to 8 hours. if iin fact North Korea has more than simply cardboard images of solid fuel rockets, it could be one hour max if not minutes.
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And they've had standby orders for 12 hours now
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Not doubting it for a moment, it follows what intell suggests.
 Quoting: MIL MAN


hey question maybe you'd know...how long would those type of missiles take to be operational? a couple of days?
 Quoting: godzilla85


Liquid fuel missiles could take two hours easily to fill and more likely 4 to 8 hours. if iin fact North Korea has more than simply cardboard images of solid fuel rockets, it could be one hour max if not minutes.
 Quoting: MIL MAN


And they've had standby orders for 12 hours now
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damn....so they could already be prepped for firing and we don't even know it till they start shooting em off
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So he happened to visits those sites, lol. In reality, we know that is what they are doing, even if a missile merely flies and lands in the US but has an inert warhead, North Korea wins this round.
 Quoting: MIL MAN


just reporting what I'm getting buddy.
 Quoting: godzilla85


BREAKING -- Yonhap: S. Korea's military reports "sharply increased" movements of vehicles and soldiers at N. Korean missile sites


You missed the words sharply increased. Not good at all. Not slightly, not increased, but sharply increased with paranthesis.
 Quoting: MIL MAN


lol spare me tounge
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If this from ROK sources I'd assume it's not just fearmongering
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just reporting what I'm getting buddy.
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BREAKING -- Yonhap: S. Korea's military reports "sharply increased" movements of vehicles and soldiers at N. Korean missile sites


You missed the words sharply increased. Not good at all. Not slightly, not increased, but sharply increased with paranthesis.
 Quoting: MIL MAN


lol spare me tounge
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If this from ROK sources I'd assume it's not just fearmongering
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came straight from Yonhap citing a south korean military source.
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MM and Swin, you've got mail.
They also serve who stand and wait. John Milton
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Ok for those of us newbies who HAVEN'T been been vaporized or otherwise been within the blast-radius before

what should we pack? What's the best way to deal with the North Korean nuke blast that's coming at you fast, getting all up in your gril like it know you?

I mean, normally I can handle hand-to-hand combat, but is it wise to engage a 50 KT worth of badness barreling right at you at those high speeds?

Maybe I could say "shoo, go away blast-wave, do you know who my father IS!"? Once the missile lands, can I pay it off say three-fiddy?
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Ok for those of us newbies who HAVEN'T been been vaporized or otherwise been within the blast-radius before

what should we pack? What's the best way to deal with the North Korean nuke blast that's coming at you fast, getting all up in your gril like it know you?

I mean, normally I can handle hand-to-hand combat, but is it wise to engage a 50 KT worth of badness barreling right at you at those high speeds?

Maybe I could say "shoo, go away blast-wave, do you know who my father IS!"? Once the missile lands, can I pay it off say three-fiddy?
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check this guy out

[link to www.youtube.com]
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Ok for those of us newbies who HAVEN'T been been vaporized or otherwise been within the blast-radius before

what should we pack? What's the best way to deal with the North Korean nuke blast that's coming at you fast, getting all up in your gril like it know you?

I mean, normally I can handle hand-to-hand combat, but is it wise to engage a 50 KT worth of badness barreling right at you at those high speeds?

Maybe I could say "shoo, go away blast-wave, do you know who my father IS!"? Once the missile lands, can I pay it off say three-fiddy?
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check this guy out

[link to www.youtube.com]
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Thank you. Unfortunately, it's a personal policy of mine to NEVER use Youtube for any reason; I think it's pretty trashy and low-rent ghetto.

May I ask, is your name related to THE 'Ghengis Jolie' moniker?
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Ok for those of us newbies who HAVEN'T been been vaporized or otherwise been within the blast-radius before

what should we pack? What's the best way to deal with the North Korean nuke blast that's coming at you fast, getting all up in your gril like it know you?

I mean, normally I can handle hand-to-hand combat, but is it wise to engage a 50 KT worth of badness barreling right at you at those high speeds?

Maybe I could say "shoo, go away blast-wave, do you know who my father IS!"? Once the missile lands, can I pay it off say three-fiddy?
 Quoting: Ashton's succulent Volvo 396968


Hey ASV. Look up in the right hand corner of the page. Can you see where it says Forum and then, Topics? If you do, click on Topics. Then go to the section on disasters. Click on survivalism. Ton's of really good stuff in there. You'll have to kiss a couple of toads to find the better stuff.

I wish I had a better answer for you. Years ago, my two oldest kids and I lived within sight of a nuclear power plant. The evacuation plan was a joke, or it would've been, if it wasn't so serious. I realized there was NO way to escape, so I decided I would take my babie's hands and sit with them on the back step. I was going to tell them we were watching the fireworks. Creepy, I know. Life just is what it is sometimes. Hope this helps a little.
They also serve who stand and wait. John Milton
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just reporting what I'm getting buddy.
 Quoting: godzilla85


Not doubting it for a moment, it follows what intell suggests.
 Quoting: MIL MAN


hey question maybe you'd know...how long would those type of missiles take to be operational? a couple of days?
 Quoting: godzilla85


Liquid fuel missiles could take two hours easily to fill and more likely 4 to 8 hours. if iin fact North Korea has more than simply cardboard images of solid fuel rockets, it could be one hour max if not minutes.
 Quoting: MIL MAN


bump
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hey question maybe you'd know...how long would those type of missiles take to be operational? a couple of days?
 Quoting: godzilla85


Liquid fuel missiles could take two hours easily to fill and more likely 4 to 8 hours. if iin fact North Korea has more than simply cardboard images of solid fuel rockets, it could be one hour max if not minutes.
 Quoting: MIL MAN


And they've had standby orders for 12 hours now
 Quoting: Swinburnian


damn....so they could already be prepped for firing and we don't even know it till they start shooting em off
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ohyeah
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Ok for those of us newbies who HAVEN'T been been vaporized or otherwise been within the blast-radius before

what should we pack? What's the best way to deal with the North Korean nuke blast that's coming at you fast, getting all up in your grill like it know you?

I mean, normally I can handle hand-to-hand combat, but is it wise to engage a 50 KT worth of badness barreling right at you at those high speeds?

Maybe I could say "shoo, go away blast-wave, do you know who my father IS!"? Once the missile lands, can I pay it off say three-fiddy?
 Quoting: Ashton's succulent Volvo 396968


Hey ASV. Look up in the right hand corner of the page. Can you see where it says Forum and then, Topics? If you do, click on Topics. Then go to the section on disasters. Click on survivalism. Ton's of really good stuff in there. You'll have to kiss a couple of toads to find the better stuff.

I wish I had a better answer for you. Years ago, my two oldest kids and I lived within sight of a nuclear power plant. The evacuation plan was a joke, or it would've been, if it wasn't so serious. I realized there was NO way to escape, so I decided I would take my babie's hands and sit with them on the back step. I was going to tell them we were watching the fireworks. Creepy, I know. Life just is what it is sometimes. Hope this helps a little.
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Is it scary to, you know, D-word? Will it hurt? Can I talk or sucker-punch my way out of it?


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Ok for those of us newbies who HAVEN'T been been vaporized or otherwise been within the blast-radius before

what should we pack? What's the best way to deal with the North Korean nuke blast that's coming at you fast, getting all up in your grill like it know you?

I mean, normally I can handle hand-to-hand combat, but is it wise to engage a 50 KT worth of badness barreling right at you at those high speeds?

Maybe I could say "shoo, go away blast-wave, do you know who my father IS!"? Once the missile lands, can I pay it off say three-fiddy?
 Quoting: Ashton's succulent Volvo 396968


Hey ASV. Look up in the right hand corner of the page. Can you see where it says Forum and then, Topics? If you do, click on Topics. Then go to the section on disasters. Click on survivalism. Ton's of really good stuff in there. You'll have to kiss a couple of toads to find the better stuff.

I wish I had a better answer for you. Years ago, my two oldest kids and I lived within sight of a nuclear power plant. The evacuation plan was a joke, or it would've been, if it wasn't so serious. I realized there was NO way to escape, so I decided I would take my babie's hands and sit with them on the back step. I was going to tell them we were watching the fireworks. Creepy, I know. Life just is what it is sometimes. Hope this helps a little.
 Quoting: Texan Buckeye



Is it scary to, you know, D-word? Will it hurt? Can I talk or sucker-punch my way out of it?



 Quoting: Ashton's succulent Volvo 396968


Yeah, baby, it IS scary, especially when you're young. I hate it that all of you are dealing with this. My kids and grandbabies too. When I was very little, it was the beginning of Vietnam and that didn't end until I was in High School. Then the Iran hostage crises and on and on and on.....I will tell you truly, I had hoped that all of you younger people wouldn't have to deal with this. Probably not realistic, considering, but without hope, what's life worth?

We don't know how we'll die. No one does. I always hoped I'd just go to sleep some night and never wake up. I doubt that'll happen. Death has almost got me a couple of times, so I've had time to settle my mind about it. You're still young and indestructible. I know, I have a few that still think that. hugs to you, kiddo. Whatever DOES happen is what is SUPPOSED to happen. Just my belief, that and a couple of bucks will get you a cup of coffee.
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Ok for those of us newbies who HAVEN'T been been vaporized or otherwise been within the blast-radius before

what should we pack? What's the best way to deal with the North Korean nuke blast that's coming at you fast, getting all up in your grill like it know you?

I mean, normally I can handle hand-to-hand combat, but is it wise to engage a 50 KT worth of badness barreling right at you at those high speeds?

Maybe I could say "shoo, go away blast-wave, do you know who my father IS!"? Once the missile lands, can I pay it off say three-fiddy?
 Quoting: Ashton's succulent Volvo 396968


Hey ASV. Look up in the right hand corner of the page. Can you see where it says Forum and then, Topics? If you do, click on Topics. Then go to the section on disasters. Click on survivalism. Ton's of really good stuff in there. You'll have to kiss a couple of toads to find the better stuff.

I wish I had a better answer for you. Years ago, my two oldest kids and I lived within sight of a nuclear power plant. The evacuation plan was a joke, or it would've been, if it wasn't so serious. I realized there was NO way to escape, so I decided I would take my babie's hands and sit with them on the back step. I was going to tell them we were watching the fireworks. Creepy, I know. Life just is what it is sometimes. Hope this helps a little.
 Quoting: Texan Buckeye



Is it scary to, you know, D-word? Will it hurt? Can I talk or sucker-punch my way out of it?



 Quoting: Ashton's succulent Volvo 396968


I saw my father die suddenly and unexpectedly. He didn't seem scared or in much pain. Confused, mostly. If either one of us could have talked our way out of it he'd have lasted at least long enough to say goodbye to my mom.
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Guys, can't stay on right now, family stuff. Cannon is about an hour NW of us. It was almost shut down in the last round of closures. They found a small mission for them. Not much there, last I was there. We're trying to remember what they have. A para-resue squad. and maybe a maintenance squad. I'll catch up with you later...if we aren't glowing by then.
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There's a drone mission there; probably what saved it from closing.
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Yup...it's true, he was president of the United States and he was assassinated by Lee Harvey Oswald...yup, it's all true.
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And the glassy gnomes on the grassy knoll, then?
 Quoting: Ashton's succulent Volvo 20054040


Sorry, no...nothing of any consequence on the glassy grassy knoll..."they" told me that is my story.
 Quoting: Gerry52


Whoa, far out, outstanding! I wouldn't have guessed that, not in a million years! What about, you know who?

Is it possible, though, that *they* got to you too, man? Please be honest, are you one them? What about you know who?

And what about you know who?!
 Quoting: Ashton's succulent Volvo 32848485


Oh, I've been gotten to a time or two. You know who is still you know who...nothing has changed.

Last Edited by Gerry52 on 03/28/2013 08:52 PM
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Ok for those of us newbies who HAVEN'T been been vaporized or otherwise been within the blast-radius before

what should we pack? What's the best way to deal with the North Korean nuke blast that's coming at you fast, getting all up in your grill like it know you?

I mean, normally I can handle hand-to-hand combat, but is it wise to engage a 50 KT worth of badness barreling right at you at those high speeds?

Maybe I could say "shoo, go away blast-wave, do you know who my father IS!"? Once the missile lands, can I pay it off say three-fiddy?
 Quoting: Ashton's succulent Volvo 396968


Hey ASV. Look up in the right hand corner of the page. Can you see where it says Forum and then, Topics? If you do, click on Topics. Then go to the section on disasters. Click on survivalism. Ton's of really good stuff in there. You'll have to kiss a couple of toads to find the better stuff.

I wish I had a better answer for you. Years ago, my two oldest kids and I lived within sight of a nuclear power plant. The evacuation plan was a joke, or it would've been, if it wasn't so serious. I realized there was NO way to escape, so I decided I would take my babie's hands and sit with them on the back step. I was going to tell them we were watching the fireworks. Creepy, I know. Life just is what it is sometimes. Hope this helps a little.
 Quoting: Texan Buckeye



Is it scary to, you know, D-word? Will it hurt? Can I talk or sucker-punch my way out of it?



 Quoting: Ashton's succulent Volvo 396968


Yeah, baby, it IS scary, especially when you're young. I hate it that all of you are dealing with this. My kids and grandbabies too. When I was very little, it was the beginning of Vietnam and that didn't end until I was in High School. Then the Iran hostage crises and on and on and on.....I will tell you truly, I had hoped that all of you younger people wouldn't have to deal with this. Probably not realistic, considering, but without hope, what's life worth?

We don't know how we'll die. No one does. I always hoped I'd just go to sleep some night and never wake up. I doubt that'll happen. Death has almost got me a couple of times, so I've had time to settle my mind about it. You're still young and indestructible. I know, I have a few that still think that. hugs to you, kiddo. Whatever DOES happen is what is SUPPOSED to happen. Just my belief, that and a couple of bucks will get you a cup of coffee.
 Quoting: Texan Buckeye


So it's OK to be scared on the inside, if only just a little?

Y'all won't think of me as somehow less awesome?
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Hey ASV. Look up in the right hand corner of the page. Can you see where it says Forum and then, Topics? If you do, click on Topics. Then go to the section on disasters. Click on survivalism. Ton's of really good stuff in there. You'll have to kiss a couple of toads to find the better stuff.

I wish I had a better answer for you. Years ago, my two oldest kids and I lived within sight of a nuclear power plant. The evacuation plan was a joke, or it would've been, if it wasn't so serious. I realized there was NO way to escape, so I decided I would take my babie's hands and sit with them on the back step. I was going to tell them we were watching the fireworks. Creepy, I know. Life just is what it is sometimes. Hope this helps a little.
 Quoting: Texan Buckeye



Is it scary to, you know, D-word? Will it hurt? Can I talk or sucker-punch my way out of it?



 Quoting: Ashton's succulent Volvo 396968


Yeah, baby, it IS scary, especially when you're young. I hate it that all of you are dealing with this. My kids and grandbabies too. When I was very little, it was the beginning of Vietnam and that didn't end until I was in High School. Then the Iran hostage crises and on and on and on.....I will tell you truly, I had hoped that all of you younger people wouldn't have to deal with this. Probably not realistic, considering, but without hope, what's life worth?

We don't know how we'll die. No one does. I always hoped I'd just go to sleep some night and never wake up. I doubt that'll happen. Death has almost got me a couple of times, so I've had time to settle my mind about it. You're still young and indestructible. I know, I have a few that still think that. hugs to you, kiddo. Whatever DOES happen is what is SUPPOSED to happen. Just my belief, that and a couple of bucks will get you a cup of coffee.
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So it's OK to be scared on the inside, if only just a little?

Y'all won't think of me as somehow less awesome?
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I might -- I'm pretty hard that way.
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Ok for those of us newbies who HAVEN'T been been vaporized or otherwise been within the blast-radius before

what should we pack? What's the best way to deal with the North Korean nuke blast that's coming at you fast, getting all up in your gril like it know you?

I mean, normally I can handle hand-to-hand combat, but is it wise to engage a 50 KT worth of badness barreling right at you at those high speeds?

Maybe I could say "shoo, go away blast-wave, do you know who my father IS!"? Once the missile lands, can I pay it off say three-fiddy?
 Quoting: Ashton's succulent Volvo 396968


Son...snap to...your rambling...
I know the voices aren't real, but man do they come up with some great ideas!
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Hey ASV. Look up in the right hand corner of the page. Can you see where it says Forum and then, Topics? If you do, click on Topics. Then go to the section on disasters. Click on survivalism. Ton's of really good stuff in there. You'll have to kiss a couple of toads to find the better stuff.

I wish I had a better answer for you. Years ago, my two oldest kids and I lived within sight of a nuclear power plant. The evacuation plan was a joke, or it would've been, if it wasn't so serious. I realized there was NO way to escape, so I decided I would take my babie's hands and sit with them on the back step. I was going to tell them we were watching the fireworks. Creepy, I know. Life just is what it is sometimes. Hope this helps a little.
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Is it scary to, you know, D-word? Will it hurt? Can I talk or sucker-punch my way out of it?



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Yeah, baby, it IS scary, especially when you're young. I hate it that all of you are dealing with this. My kids and grandbabies too. When I was very little, it was the beginning of Vietnam and that didn't end until I was in High School. Then the Iran hostage crises and on and on and on.....I will tell you truly, I had hoped that all of you younger people wouldn't have to deal with this. Probably not realistic, considering, but without hope, what's life worth?

We don't know how we'll die. No one does. I always hoped I'd just go to sleep some night and never wake up. I doubt that'll happen. Death has almost got me a couple of times, so I've had time to settle my mind about it. You're still young and indestructible. I know, I have a few that still think that. hugs to you, kiddo. Whatever DOES happen is what is SUPPOSED to happen. Just my belief, that and a couple of bucks will get you a cup of coffee.
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So it's OK to be scared on the inside, if only just a little?

Y'all won't think of me as somehow less awesome?
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It is VERY ok to be scared. Only fools say they aren't afraid. You're still as awesome as before and these are probably the smartest questions you've ever asked.

Just don't let it rule you.
They also serve who stand and wait. John Milton
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Is it scary to, you know, D-word? Will it hurt? Can I talk or sucker-punch my way out of it?



 Quoting: Ashton's succulent Volvo 396968


Yeah, baby, it IS scary, especially when you're young. I hate it that all of you are dealing with this. My kids and grandbabies too. When I was very little, it was the beginning of Vietnam and that didn't end until I was in High School. Then the Iran hostage crises and on and on and on.....I will tell you truly, I had hoped that all of you younger people wouldn't have to deal with this. Probably not realistic, considering, but without hope, what's life worth?

We don't know how we'll die. No one does. I always hoped I'd just go to sleep some night and never wake up. I doubt that'll happen. Death has almost got me a couple of times, so I've had time to settle my mind about it. You're still young and indestructible. I know, I have a few that still think that. hugs to you, kiddo. Whatever DOES happen is what is SUPPOSED to happen. Just my belief, that and a couple of bucks will get you a cup of coffee.
 Quoting: Texan Buckeye


So it's OK to be scared on the inside, if only just a little?

Y'all won't think of me as somehow less awesome?
 Quoting: Ashton's succulent Volvo 396968


It is VERY ok to be scared. Only fools say they aren't afraid. You're still as awesome as before and these are probably the smartest questions you've ever asked.

Just don't let it rule you.
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you're a menschess, TB

hf
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Guys, can't stay on right now, family stuff. Cannon is about an hour NW of us. It was almost shut down in the last round of closures. They found a small mission for them. Not much there, last I was there. We're trying to remember what they have. A para-resue squad. and maybe a maintenance squad. I'll catch up with you later...if we aren't glowing by then.
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There's a drone mission there; probably what saved it from closing.
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Hey novamom! Things good with you?

Cannon didn't have a drone mission when they were going to close it. Must be something since then. Wouldn't surprise me, but have you ever been to Clovis!?! Can't think of much I'd want to spy on!
They also serve who stand and wait. John Milton
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Nearly 200 airmen and 6 B-52s from the Minot Air Force Base are deploying to Guam tomorrow. The deployment comes days after North Korea`s leaders threatened air bases in Guam and Hawaii. Tensions have been escalating in Asia.
I know the voices aren't real, but man do they come up with some great ideas!
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