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Discussion in 'College Football Soundoff' started by Cavgator, May 27, 2019.
No words necessary...
I knew it. My favorite animal.
Damn that’s awesome
That’s tough to look at. And yet awesome.
Yes it is and more. We honor our fallen, as it should be, but the families pay a price also.
I just found out what the pennies and nickles on the headstones represent.
For the civilians in the crowd:
What is that?
Edit- thanks @ImmaTiger
That's heavy stuff.
God bless America!
Looks photoshopped to me
Never seen a bald eagle in any urban environment
I've watched one devour a rabbit in the alley behind my house.
How is that an urban environment?
Its a man made cemetery. Onky time ive seen bald eagles is in the back country
There was one outside my house in the burbs a couple of years ago. I've seen a couple on the disc golf course in Fairmount Park, Philadelphia.
I've seen them pretty much everywhere...
I find it relaxing to go to Lake Russell and watch the Eagles and Ospreys catch fish.
Wow, I didnt know that. thanks for sharing. Is that something that is for military only, or is it something civilians can and should do?
Oh wow. Thanks for posting
We have a nesting pair in our neighborhood in a 90 foot tall pine tree and their nest is nearly the size of a Volkswagen. They have been there for as long as I can remember and are a remarkable sight to behold!
It's somewhat of a military tradition, but I've seen civilian personnel participate with regards to (fallen) veterans - just keep in mind what the specific coin denominations mean.
The greater sub-text is to properly honor those that served to the ultimate extent; in that context, all are welcome to (properly) acknowledge the impact that the fallen had on their lives.
Awesome. So for me itd be a penny. Just a regular civilian. But I figure it would at least be a token. Didnt want to overstep any boundaries.
You've interpreted correctly; with certainty, your gesture will be appreciated by the loved ones who remain.
Dang.... That hurts to the point of tears...
That is amazing.
My heart breaks for her.
You live in McCormick or Edgefield?
I have.. I almost had one plastered to my windshield just outside of Atlanta right by 6 flags over Georgia. Scared the shit outta me!
Literally just saw a bald eagle getting chased by 2 crows in the heart of Portland a few days ago. I was a little shocked that the crows were kind of kicking this things ass, but crows are freakishly protective of their young.
(SAIP) there are several 'bald eagles in Washington D.C.' stories in WA Post when I googled. I am not a subscriber so I couldn't post any articles.
edit: here is something..the vid is great..
Pictures like this hit me right in the feels.
I knew you were good people.
I grew up between Due West & Level Land.
Dammit, that made me break down. Too many good men left families behind.
Right on. I take Keowee RD through Level Land every day for work.