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Originally posted by Dave Rabbit
Wow Jim.... interesting. Do you happen to know WHY the location was marked on the ready room charts? That sounds like a GREAT STORY.
Originally posted by JIMC5499
Those urinal stickers are standard equipment for VFW and American Legion Posts. We recently started a new Legion Post and it wasn't open 30 minutes before all of the urinals had those stickers. I think the National Comander brought them.
McCain on Jane Fonda
MATTHEWS: Let me ask you about—we’ve got Jane Fonda on tomorrow night. You over there for all those years in the Hanoi Hilton. What do you think I should ask her?
MCCAIN: I think you should ask her what she was thinking when she got into that anti-aircraft gun site and applauded and smiled and all that. And I think she’s going to tell you she was young and foolish and regrets it. And if anybody regrets something they’ve done—I’ve regretted some of the things I’ve done in my life—that’s fine with me.
MATTHEWS: What about visiting the POWs? She had a hand in that, too, right?
MCCAIN: Yes, she did. It’s...
MATTHEWS: She did a broadcast from that perspective, as if she was sort of like part of a—you know, sort of a care package coming over there.
MCCAIN: I didn’t like it. I thought it was wrong. But we had a former attorney general of the United States who was acting worse, Ramsey Clark. I expected more of him than a troubled actress.
So that any time aircraft from those squadrons were in the area they could let Jane know how much they cared. To Ted's credit though there was never a complain filed. There couldn't have been anything made of glass in that house that was more than six months old.