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    Hey there folks,

    I wasn't quite sure where to post this, so to the mods feel free to move this where need be.

    I started a web site that has contact information as well as American songs and art as a bit of a patriotic page that I thought you guys may like. If you do choose to visit, I ask that you maybe sign the guestbook and send the URL to friends or those who may enjoy it. Thanks again.

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    Please Remember Our Armed Forces

    Our military is getting ready to fight a war no one knows how to. Our glorious brave men and women of the United Nations Military (I said UN, Europe y'all are right there with us) will be tested very soon. Some of you are not ready to see caskets come back to the United States with flags on it, but it will happen. However, do not let that deter you from the ultimate goal; freedom. We are at WAR, and WAR means WAR. Death, destruction, annihilation, all bad things associated with war are coming. And we must be strong and support our armed forces, because they are going to win this for us.


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