I get it Sgt. Schultz — all satirical. Hogan's Heroes is the best.
blame my millennialism. it’s really getting me hard these days.
right! took a while, looked semi-unathletic but so so so so majestic
Yeah for sure. Trying to find enough plays to correlate with finding videos was the worst part of this hahaha
This is some very interesting Urbanology.
I've read d-day! thanks for the others. crazy how he can make war and death an enjoyable read.
Joe is currently the director of parks & rec and the deputy city manager for copperas cove, tx.
greatest group/story/book/series WWII-related ever.
Fair point. I probably should've given it some more words that allures to his condition, which is thriving. Less if you feel that way. Not as if I'm trying to gloss over his injuries but they have value to be stated in the way they were. You understand. I was more focused on what he's passionate about now.
the premise of the article is more about what he did and offers post-service and the experiences/takes he has and not what took him out of it to begin with. if i hadnt mentioned it at all i'd see your point but going on a tangent about his injury would away from what the story is trying to accomplish.
Yeah for sure. It'd be really cool to see Ohio State maintain a relationship with a service academy to play each year. It'd do a lot for both involved.
Joe is doing awesome. Giving talks to ROTC programs and other kinds of groups from what it sounds like when he gets the chance. He's the director of parks and rec and the deputy city manager in Copperas Cove, Texas.
I mean even if he hadnt mentioned him, i guarantee that dakich searches his name on twitter looking to stir some
His official reasoning is needing his brain (to get ethered on twitter.)
Awesome guys. Glad it's been beneficial. Thanks for your service.
right lol. totally cant stand his commentary but he can tweet.