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John Morris

Rest In Peace Sarge! (R. Lee Ermey) Dead

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He was quite the character, I enjoyed most of the stuff he did....especially the History Channel show he used to host.

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28 minutes ago, Fred W. Hargis Jr said:

especially the History Channel show he used to host.

Mail Call!

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1 hour ago, John Morris said:

Mail Call!

Loved that show!

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I did not invent this post, but I saw it on Facebook and I thought it was great, made me smile.:)

 

Well the passing of GySgt Ermey makes some sense now.

There had to be a Marine on standby to escort the former first lady through heaven's gate.

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What an elegant lady.

 

The SS agents protecting the first families placed her at the top of their favorites list. She treated them like part of the family and fussed over them, she would sit down and talk to them, learn about them and their families, bringing them hot coffee and even warm clothes on cold days, making sure they spent quality time with their spouses and children...

 

Their bottom of the list First Lady, a very recent former FL. She was heartless, demanding, and abusive, as one SS agent put it "a complete B**ch"

 

 

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