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    On the 8th day, God created Paratroopers.
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    One radio program that I really enjoy and receive info that you don't hear anywhere else is, "Dark Secret Place". The radio host of KFI in LA is a combat vet and he adds his own perspective and experience to a lot of news sources that MSM seems to conveniently avoid. Type in "Dark Secret Place" on Spreaker.com and listen for 75 mins. I find it worth the time.

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    Extra Covfefe Please

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    Vietnam Vet Radio. Even has Chickenman episodes. If you close your eyes, you can almost hear the slicks inbound, and feel the snake crawling across your boot as you squat in the bush, waiting to squeeze the claymore clacker.

    From their website:

    "Vietnam Vet Radio is an internet only radio station dedicated to the men and women who served in the Vietnam War, their families, and friends. We are incorporated as a non-profit veterans ministry organization. With a few exceptions all the songs played are from the Vietnam War era. We also play the authentic jingles and public service announcements that were played on AFVN (American Forces Vietnam Network) Radio.
    http://vietnamvetradio.com/

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    Quote Originally Posted by Sgt Rich View Post
    One radio program that I really enjoy and receive info that you don't hear anywhere else is, "Dark Secret Place". The radio host of KFI in LA is a combat vet and he adds his own perspective and experience to a lot of news sources that MSM seems to conveniently avoid. Type in "Dark Secret Place" on Spreaker.com and listen for 75 mins. I find it worth the time.
    I listened to the show this week and it's worthy of your time, IMO. Bryan Suits told one of his war stories that was suitable for telling on-air and I'll add that it would be comparable to one of Bart's stories.
    He was a young E-5 in Bosnia in '98 and they were in "full battle rattle" as he tells it. Madeline Albright was paying a visit and they had to have a dog and pony show for the visit. Her entourage shows up in sports clothes and the troops weren't authorized to remove their helmets unless they were sleeping. That was a ridiculous dichotomy right there. It was suggested that they go to the local orphanage and get kids who had suffered grievous war injuries as an example of people who are being helped in this effort. Twelve year old Bosnian orphans behave worse than twenty year old sailors; but you're going to have to listen to the show. Take the time; it was very entertaining.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Sgt Rich View Post
    I listened to the show this week and it's worthy of your time, IMO. Bryan Suits told one of his war stories that was suitable for telling on-air and I'll add that it would be comparable to one of Bart's stories.
    He was a young E-5 in Bosnia in '98 and they were in "full battle rattle" as he tells it. Madeline Albright was paying a visit and they had to have a dog and pony show for the visit. Her entourage shows up in sports clothes and the troops weren't authorized to remove their helmets unless they were sleeping. That was a ridiculous dichotomy right there. It was suggested that they go to the local orphanage and get kids who had suffered grievous war injuries as an example of people who are being helped in this effort. Twelve year old Bosnian orphans behave worse than twenty year old sailors; but you're going to have to listen to the show. Take the time; it was very entertaining.
    Here's a link to make it easy...

    https://www.spreaker.com/show/dark-secret-place

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    With the lights out, it's less dangerous
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    So the maples formed a union
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    So I was browsing on youtube listening to contestants of the show "The Voice" from other countries.

    I don't even know what language this is but this woman's voice is so amazing the judges ask her to sing without music. Never heard anything like it.

    https://m.youtube.com/watch?v=stW11zbdUg0
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    I am listening to Chris Rea, "Road to Hell"

    He had a one-hit-wonder back in 1967 here in the states. It was called "Fool if you think it's over." (You fellow FOG's will remember it.)

    I never heard from him again, until I discovered him a few years ago on Youtube.

    He is very popular all over Europe and Asia, but we never hear him here in the USA. Plays an incredible steel guitar, and great blues.
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    Quote Originally Posted by AirborneBrat View Post
    So I was browsing on youtube listening to contestants of the show "The Voice" from other countries.

    I don't even know what language this is but this woman's voice is so amazing the judges ask her to sing without music. Never heard anything like it.

    https://m.youtube.com/watch?v=stW11zbdUg0
    I believe that would be Russian.
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