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Anonymous asked in Politics & GovernmentMilitary · 9 months ago

What kind of person wears a sign around town reminding everyone of something good they did decades ago?

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  • 9 months ago
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    the shallow person who has no real life

  • 88
    Lv 6
    9 months ago

    What kind of person hides behind the anonymous beta shield?  A weakling that can’t even face others behind a computer screen with just their call sign showing.  

    Source(s): Your beta shield.
  • Anonymous
    9 months ago

    the Vietnam War left most of the soldiers permanently damaged why wouldn't they be proud to have survived/fought in the Vietnam War?

  • 9 months ago

    Decades ago you say?  For most of them, it's part of their lives presently.  I'm proud of him.  Contrast what he did, as you say "long ago" to yourself; who likely will never do anything good.  To the guy in the picture, "Welcome home!"

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  • Magma
    Lv 5
    9 months ago

    A person who put their life on the line and got f*ck all recognition for it.

  • 9 months ago

    There's nothing whatsoever wrong with letting the world know about something you did that you are proud of. Maybe you don't understand because you've never done anything to be proud of. 

  • REJJI
    Lv 7
    9 months ago

    There are certain things that people are proud of.  However, we should also ask; why do people wear MAGA hats?  Why do people wear sport jerseys or baseball caps?  Because they like them and want to.   

  • Anonymous
    9 months ago

    That is so others like him will know each other, not to piss off you military hating liberals.

    I bet you would just like to spit in his face.

    I would also bet you love Colin Kaeperdick, commie loving scumbag.

  • Anonymous
    9 months ago

    It is a bit self congratulatory

  • 9 months ago

    Am a VietVet myself - something I don't talk about much.  I belong to several veterans groups . .  . to a lot of them, it was the high point of their lives  (patriots?  adventure?  position of authority?  responsibility?).

    Seems the ones who talk about it the most are trying to drum-up business:  insurance salesmen,  car dealers . . . half the local radio commercials like to say "veteran owned" . . . . very crass.

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