April 27, 2004


All those sick and tired of hearing about Vietnam, National Guard Service in the era of Vietnam, medals and/or ribbons won in Vietnam, medals and/or ribbons won in Vietnam which were or were not subsequently discarded in a protest of the war in Vietnam, the similarity or dissimilarity of the current Iraq situation to Vietnam, the ability or inability of various generations to understand and/or get over Vietnam, or anything else having to do with Vietnam, please signify by pretending to cough while yelling the word "blowjob" into your hand.

I'll bet the news media in Vietnam itself don't talk this effing much about Vietnam.

Posted by Mr Green at April 27, 2004 01:48 PM

I cannot agree that we should be "tired" of hearing about Vietnam, or especially about the difficulty some people (specifically soldiers who served there) have in getting over it. I believe that we, as a nation, should never forget the sacrifices made by people like your father, or mine, who served, and especially the sacrifices of people like your Uncle Richard, who gave their lives for our country. I do believe that we would both agree that what is nausiating is people who belittle those sacrifices by invoking the memory of Vietnam for petty political purposes now!

Mrs. Green

Posted by: Mrs. Green at May 10, 2004 11:32 PM