WWII veteran and his rifle

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WWII veteran Frank Jennings served on iwo jima japan. the M1 Garand is the same rifle he carried when he was deployed.

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    16 Responses to WWII veteran and his rifle

    1. God bless this man. A true American hero.

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    2. God bless everyone who fought for their countries in WWII.

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    3. yes, God Bless the nazis (6 million Jews slaughtered) and the Japs (12+ million Chinese slaughtered). God Bless everyone that fought in that war….

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    4. Pfft. We all know that the Holocaust never really happened =) Its just a ploy in the jew ran media of the world.

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    5. Yeah. Don’t forget that every German that lived between ’33 and ’45 was a Nazi Demon Spawn from the Ninth Circle of Hell ™.

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    6. if he was fighting today, he’d be fighting for the companies that make all the bombs and tanks and petroleum and planes and bullets.

      Multinational Conglomerates FTW!

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    7. @Goldfinger
      I see what you did there.

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    8. Oh, and Fatal Attributional Error. You can’t claim to know crap about the human condition unless you understand that concept.

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    9. Looks to me like Charleston, WV. Anyone know specifically? And Paul, isn’t it called a “Fundamental Attributional Error”? Or is that a different concept? I’m rusty.

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    10. You’re right, it’s ‘Fundamental.’ My adviser always jokingly called it that, so I guess that gets triggered first.

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    11. Looks to me like Charleston, WV.

      good eye. it sure is.

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    12. Wohoo! Hometown makes my favorite picture site. I knew that was the state captiol the minute I saw it!

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    13. What has he done for us lately?

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    14. I think what unknown was saying was god bless the 18-22 year olds in Germany, Japan and Italy who were to young and naive and propaganda-educated to know what they were dieing for. And god bless the Italian Resistance (who did lots of work in the North, which made it much easier for the allies to take the South and topple the Italian Fascists as a whole), and the French Resistance, and the Korean Resistance, and *parts* of the Chinese Resistance and so on.

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    15. @Paul:
      I did what where? You see me confused.

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    16. Oh, and where exactly lies my Fundamental Attributional Error?

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