On the other hand, it’s a pretty good excuse for being late… and you’ve got video evidence!
No way, NO WAY, would I do that. That driver is incredibly lucky!
I’ve already posted about Memorial Day, and was going to leave it alone until next year, but then I saw this picture. In one picture it sums Memorial Day up.
Rest well, soldier. And my heart goes to the woman in the picture.
In Judaism we have a hope for those we love and respect: “May their names never be forgotten.”
And may we, both as individuals as well as a nation, never forget these incredible men and women either. For on the day we do, if we fall that far, we will no longer be worthy of being a nation.
Hat tip to Bayou Renaissance Man’s blog post, where he writes:
This last picture, also from the Imperial War Museum … shows the Royal Navy battleship HMS Howe, passing through the Suez Canal in 1944 on her way to the Pacific Ocean theater of combat, where she served as the flagship of Admiral Sir Bruce Fraser during the Okinawa campaign and the final months of World War II. The felucca in front of her uses a design that probably dates back to the Exodus, if not before . . . an interesting contrast in technologies.