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  • #31
    Originally posted by Old blue View Post

    No just a draft dodger
    Well... he was more a contentious objector.

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    • #32
      Originally posted by Matt View Post

      Well... he was more a contentious objector.
      Except in the ring.

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      • #33
        Originally posted by HHHH

        Creation of life. it is a beautiful thing. Back to the beginning.
        It should (and used to) be. Too much of it has caused many a problem. All part of my opinion. Nature tends to be efficient, though. Hark! . . . Is that nature culling?

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        • #34
          Originally posted by atticusfinch315 View Post

          That's four h my kids go to camp every year but it was cancelled this year...The used to separate them into tribes like the Lenape and Ojibwe but thats not PC anymore so they started using Linnaeus's binomial naming system like Lepidoptera. Which is cool too and maybe they can understand lines like "floats like a Lepidoptera and stings like a Hymenoptera" but it doesn't teach about the Indians anymore which kinda pisses me off.
          I think I like the 4H club better than the 4F club. (And never liked the 27 club at all.)

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          • #35
            Originally posted by Matt View Post

            Well... he was more a contentious objector.
            So was Alvin c York
            and he received the Medal of Honor

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            • #36
              Originally posted by Old blue View Post

              So was Alvin c York
              and he received the Medal of Honor
              This is tugging me in two different directions.

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              • #37
                James Dean was killed by a spider

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                • #38
                  Originally posted by Old blue View Post

                  So was Alvin c York
                  and he received the Medal of Honor
                  That’s very true. I wouldn’t characterize either as draft dodgers. DD has a connotation more for people who subversively avoided service.

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                  • #39
                    [QUOTE=HHHH;n186201]

                    And Desmond Doss. [/
                    thanks for sharing

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