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1 hour ago, Jake said:

Born in Olongapo City, just outside the formal US Naval Station Subic Bay.  

Good for you. You take your oath of allegiance seriously. "salute"

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3 hours ago, Jake said:

Born in Olongapo City, just outside the formal US Naval Station Subic Bay.  

Along the fence, with a note?

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4 hours ago, jpbago said:

Along the fence, with a note?

Dang, I deserve that one.  Good one JP!

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On 6/22/2017 at 6:36 PM, Jake said:

If this question is reference to the Philippines vs the United States......I'm a true blue patriot of USA.  I will probably get drafted back into the US Navy, swabbing the deck and cooking a mean chicken adobo for my fellow shipmates.  

And when we re-conquer Subic Bay again, I would love to hear the famous sound of.......hey sailor, buy me dreenk, lub you, no chit.  

As service men (or old men) we took our oath when you muster out you don't get to take it back.:th_thbarbaque:Apple pie and Chevrolets et all.

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Maybe you could do month about, keep on good terms with both sides that way and a 'no lose' deal!

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I will be on my side and do what is best in the interests of me and my family. They come first before loyalty to any nation or state.

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9 hours ago, earthdome said:

I will be on my side and do what is best in the interests of me and my family. They come first before loyalty to any nation or state.

That's the current ideology, according to Time Magazine.

http://time.com/247/millennials-the-me-me-me-generation/

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15 minutes ago, Dave Hounddriver said:

That's the current ideology, according to Time Magazine.

http://time.com/247/millennials-the-me-me-me-generation/

That's me, feeling kind of young and perky today. Tried bulletproof coffee for the first time.

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In WW2 i had relatives fighting in 5 different Armed forces ,fortunately they were all fighting on the same side 

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32 minutes ago, bastonjock said:

In WW2 i had relatives fighting in 5 different Armed forces ,fortunately they were all fighting on the same side 

You beat my family by two armed forces,well in WW1.

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