Mustard gas was not used in WWII. If he was exposed to mustard gas as a combatant it was in WWI. If he was exposed in WWII it would have been as a volunteer wearing full protective gear as there was some testing carried on.Originally posted by Marty:
My grandfather fought in WWI & WWII, in WWII he was mustard gassed in WWII.
This is a patronizing and demeaning use of someone's name. The poster in question uses the name Bob Doolittle so either Bob or Mr. Doolittle should work just fine. You don't need to talk down to other posters.Originally posted by Dave:
[QB]Bobby, Bobby, Bobby....QB]
Thanks Abraham, I've done this and our school is doing it. There is more information at http://www.riceforpeace.org/Originally posted by Abraham:
From the Boulder Mennonite
January 22, 2003
There is a grassroots campaign underway to protest war in Iraq in a simple, but potentially powerful way.
Did I say anything about the students doing this? No, I didn't. Staff is doing it, and only those who choose to do it. I'm sorry the White House is being inconvenienced. Do you think Bush's daughters will enlist in the military and fight for their country? I highly doubt it. Even Bush himself had his Daddy get him a position in the Air National Guard so he didn't have to go to Viet Nam.Originally posted by JFlosum:
Yeah, and by doing so you are causing an unnecessary nuisance to the post office and the White House. Each one of those envelopes has to go through special screening. It’s a cute trick that goes more to the brain washing of the kids you are exploiting. Amazed the school would allow you to misuse your position that way.
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