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Wednesday, 11 November 2009

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Wrong side of the Atlantic, oh wait, right side!

I'm a little upset that we couldn't put aside commercialism for one moment today to acknowledge the sacrifice our veterans have made. Just MHO.

That's my fault, Eric...I'm afraid I'm so clueless I didn't realize today was the day until tonight when I was watching the News Hour. I knew it was *around* now, because I've watched several specials about veterans recently. Just didn't know it was today.

I'll try to stay a little more on top of things in the real world...sorry.

Mike

hey Mike, no worries. once in a while things slip off our mind. we're humans after all :) but it's a great effort by you to upkeep this site and give us another opinion on not just cameras, but photography on a whole. if it helps, check out this great photo essay by Denver Post.

http://blogs.denverpost.com/captured/2009/09/10/ian-fisher-american-soldier/

"I'm a little upset that we couldn't put aside commercialism for one moment today to acknowledge the sacrifice our veterans have made. Just MHO."

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At least it isn't more books ;). Forgive me (but why should you?) haha.

Mike,
I understand and forgive you missing Veterans Day. For me it is easy, it is my son's birthday and I visit him every year now at Arlington National Cemetery, Section 60. As penance, perhaps you might allow a reference to Wreathes Across America, http://www.wreathsacrossamerica.org/

Morrill Worcester, owner of Worcester Wreath Company, Harrington, Maine, will donate over 15,000 Maine balsam fir holiday wreaths to be placed on graves at the Arlington National Cemetery. This will be the 18th consecutive year that Mr. Worcester has donated wreaths at Arlington.

Truly a beautiful sight in an inspiring place.

Ed,
I'm very sorry about your son.

Mike

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