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Marine Could not Wait To Leave Work. It’s Worth Taking A Minute Of Your Day And Reading Reader Mark B. emailed this story this morning, on Veteran’s Day. It’s worth taking a minute of your day and reading. I just wanted to get the day over with and go down to Smokey’s for a few cold ones. Sneaking a look at my watch, I saw the time, 1655. Five minutes to go before the cemetery gates are closed for the day. Full dress was hot in the August sun. Oklahoma summertime was as bad as ever — the heat and humidity at the same level — both too high. I saw the car pull into the drive, ’69 or ’70 model Cadillac Deville, looked factory-new. It pulled into the parking lot at a snail’s pace. An old woman got out so slow I thought she was paralyzed. She had a cane and a sheaf of flowers, about four or five bunches as best I could tell. I couldn’t help myself. The thought came unwanted, and left a slightly bitter taste: “She’s going to spend an hour, and for this old soldier my hip hurts like hell and I’m ready to get out of here right now!” But for this day my duty was to assist anyone coming in. Kevin would lock the “In” gate and if I could hurry the old biddy along , we might make the last half of happy hour at Smokey’s. I broke Post Attention. My hip made gritty noises when I took the first step and the pain went up a notch. I must have made a real military sight; middle-aged man with a small pot-gut and half a limp, in Marine Full Dress Uniform, which had lost its razor crease about 30 minutes after I began the watch at the cemetery. I stopped in front of her, halfway up the walk. She looked up at me with an old woman’s squint. “Ma’am , may I assist you in any way?” She took long enough to answer. “Yes, son. Can you carry these flowers? I seem to be moving a tad slow these days.” “My pleasure Ma’am.” Well, it was not too much of a lie. She looked again. “Marine, where were you stationed?” ” Vietnam, Ma’am. Ground-pounder. ’69 to ’71.” She looked at me closer. “Wounded in action
16 Jul 2018
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Mom Sells Dead Son’s Crib At Garage Sale: Days Later, Buyer Returns And Asks Her To Look In Trunk Of His Car Getting pregnant and knowing that a tiny life is growing in your belly is an incredible feeling — one that only those experiencing it can truly understand. While news of becoming pregnant is extraordinary from the get-go, many prefer to wait for the first three months to pass before making the joyful announcement, as these are the most critical and the period in which suffering a miscarriage is the most common. Miscarriages are tragic no matter when during a pregnancy they may happen, but certainly, losing a child that is almost fully developed is something that no mother should ever have to go through. Valerie Watts from Cokato, Minnesota, USA, was in her ninth month of pregnancy and had everything prepared for the birth of her son. But just a few days before her due date, she felt something was wrong. Her baby was not moving the way he used to. It turned out that her son Noah had died in her belly, just days before he was to be delivered into the world. Valerie was devastated. Valerie didn’t have the heart to get rid of her son’s belongings, and for over a year her unborn child’s room remained untouched. In May 2014, Valerie finally agreed to sell the crib she had so anxiously hoped to welcome her son in. Keeping the crib was a constant reminder of her son’s death. A man named Gerald came by the yard sale, saw the piece of furniture, and immediately asked Valerie how much she wanted for it. They agreed on a price and soon Gerald was on his way with her unborn son’s crib in hand. Discovers significance Gerald had no idea about Valerie’s tragedy, nor how much the crib had meant to her — nor the fact that it was the last physical memory she had of her dead son. He had simply assumed she was selling items her children had outgrown. But here’s where the story shifts. Gerald’s wife had chatted with Valerie a bit during the yard sale, and had asked how ol
16 Jul 2018
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19 Jul 2018
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Day of the Dog
20 Jul 2018
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TAXAB President Manu Gaur in Live Debate on Loksabha TV on World Population Day 2018. we spoke to Manu Gaur, President, Taxpayers Association of Bharat, who believes if we have population control law in India, most of our problems will be solved.
20 Jul 2018
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Sometimes it ain’t your day no matter how good you are or how hard you try. This guy just damaged his Corvette in a heartbreaking way.
20 Jul 2018
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The city is a huge factory. The passing vehicles are machines, making noise emissions on day and night.
21 Jul 2018
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Latest Breaking News by Aamer Habib l Punish A Muslim Day l Public News l Aamir Habib Pakistani Journalist If you like this video please share and subscribe for more videos, and comment for suggestion Aamir Habib, Expert Media Person and One of the top Journalist, Crime Reporter, TV Presenter, News Anchor working in Pakistan and UAE
22 Jul 2018
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In today's time people suffering from bad financial situations in every mid month. If you are a person suffer with such situation then don't need to worry as you can apply for Same Day Payday Loans. These are short tenure funding services but could help you out from deep financial trouble.
23 Jul 2018
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Ungrateful wife left him and their son after a fight – 2 days later, he writes her a letter everyone should read After a long, stressful day at work, a man went home exhausted to his family. All he wanted to do was sit down in his favorite chair and watch his favorite team play football. He did not want to be disturbed by his kids or help his wife do any chores. This upset his wife to no end and the couple got in a big argument. It had happened before, but this was the last straw and the man’s wife stormed out of the house. She did not come home that night, or the next morning, either. The man’s world collapsed and suddenly he had to take care of himself. After two days alone with his kids, the man found a moment to sit down and write this letter to his wife: My darling, Two nights ago, we had a huge argument. I was exhausted when I got home from work. It was 8:00 p.m and all I wanted to do was to lie down and watch the game. You were not in a good mood, and you were clearly tired after having a long day. You were trying to put the baby to sleep as the other kids were fighting, and all I did was turn the volume up. Would it kill you to play a more active role in your children’s upbringing?” you asked, turning the television volume back down. “You can help out more around the house, too.” “Hey,” I said defensively. “I work hard all day just so you could play in the doll’s house all day.” The argument just kept going like that. I said terrible things to you that I can never take back, and you screamed, saying that you were sick of it all. So you tearfully ran out of the house, leaving me to take care of the children on my own. I was forced to feed the kids and put them to bed all by myself. When you did not come back the next day, I was forced to ask my boss if I could take a day off so I could take care of the children. I experienced the crying and the tantrums. I experienced having to run around so much all day that I did not even have a chance to shower. I experie
24 Jul 2018
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Latest Breaking News by Aamer Habib l Punish A Muslim Day l Public News l Aamir Habib Pakistani Journalist If you like this video please share and subscribe for more videos, and comment for suggestion Aamir Habib, Expert Media Person and One of the top Journalist, Crime Reporter, TV Presenter, News Anchor working in Pakistan and UAE
24 Jul 2018
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Green Day - Basketcase bass cover
25 Jul 2018
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