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"sleep little darlin'! This is your happy home Hiroshima cannot be pardoned! Don't have kids when you get grown. Because, this world is shattered The wise are mourning-- The fools are joking Oh--what does it matter? The wash needs ironing And the fire needs stoking." She plants her garden in the spring He does the winter shovelling The three of 'em laughing 'round the radio She says "i'm leavin' here" but she don't go She plants her garden in the spring They do the winter shovelling They sit up late and watch the Johnny carson show She says "i'm leavin' here but she don't go


  1. Yes, indeed you are an idiot. Congrats.

  2. The idiots are those who incinerate innocent children with thermonuclear weapons. #suckIt

  3. "Fuck you"--a few hundred thousand Marines and soldiers who didn't have to die invading a psychotic military dictatorship.

  4. That narrative won't hunt anymore 1004


  6. Are you a veteran like me or are you just another chicken hawk Piece of Shit like Ted Nuggent and Dick Cheney 10:04?

  7. You're not just a veteran, you're a thin-skinned, unhinged, irrational, nasty, name-calling asshole veteran who has ruined what used to be an entertaining and informative blog with your pathological, hyper-political bile.

  8. Calling "Bitter" party of one!


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