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    saw a good war movie last night... "A bridge too far" wow it was excellent. so well done it felt like you were in WW2. its a 3 hour movie, too!
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    Quote Originally Posted by whiteOak View Post
    saw a good war movie last night... "A bridge too far" wow it was excellent. so well done it felt like you were in WW2. its a 3 hour movie, too!
    I remember seeing that when it first came out. Great movie.

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    any recommendations on your favorite war movies, Gershon?
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    Quote Originally Posted by whiteOak View Post
    any recommendations on your favorite war movies, Gershon?
    The Longest Day is probably one you would like.

    I don't watch many movies. I usually fall asleep during the first few minutes of a movie.

    I'm sure you have seen 12 O'clock high.

    Thud Ridge was an old Air Force movie from Vietnam. As far as I know it was never publically released. It is a great book.

    It may come as a surprise since I retired from the Air Force. But I am as strongly against war as you are against hunting. If there is to be a war, I feel the leadership, meaning the president, vice-president and congress, should be on the front lines for the whole thing.

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    thats cool. what did you do in the air force, if you dont mind my asking.
    and I dislike war as much as I dislike hunting.
    and for the exact same reason too
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    Mostly I was a pilot in the KC-135

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    Best war movies include: Hunt for Red October; Midway; Guns of Navaronne; The Longest Day; Saving Private Ryan; Platoon; and my favorite: Full Metal Jacket.

    Have you guys sen those?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Gershon View Post
    Mostly I was a pilot in the KC-135
    Wow really? That is amazing! Do you still fly at all?
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    it must be a real relief to get rid of all that gas.
    lol, just kidding. its a cool airplane. seems like its an overgrown C130 hercules with a flatulance problem
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    The last movie I saw in the theatre was Goon. http://www.imdb.com/title/tt1456635/ The best hockey movie since Slap Shot. Most hockey movies truly suck. But those two are awesome.
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