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Old 08-25-2011, 06:12 PM   #1
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Navy Seal Funeral

This is a heart breaking view of this Brave Warriors service with his dog laying beside his master to the end. Dog Lies Next To Navy Seal Casket At Funeral | Video | TheBlaze.com
May God Bless all our brave heroes.
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Heart Breaking is right....
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X2 on that. very sad
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We hunt outside Rockford, IA which is an hour and a half from our home. Very small community who's claim to fame is it's Devonian World Class Fossil Collection Locale with a former clay and brick pit devoted to fossil collectors. And about 45 minutes from Mason City, The Musci Man Capital. Got to love the history of your state.
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I watched the notice on television about the incident. To see a flag draped coffin brings me to tears and to see the loyal dog beside the coffin made it double bad. Somehow animals just ''know'' and how they ''know'' is not understood by men. Some dogs, when they lose their master, simply go listless and simply die. I have seen it happen and it makes you wonder at the ability of an animal to grieve over the death of its master. Our three dogs never cease to amaze me in their understanding and seeming ''insight'' to mine and Willas thoughts and our lives in general. Like you with pets, I have witnessed our dogs when we are going to take them to the vet. Not a word is said about our destination but when we put them in the car, they instantly know and they get very nervous. What scares me is I think they can read our minds.. Sometimes we will take Willas convertible with the top down so they can ''hang out the window'' and sniff the air. No Deal. they simply hide in the seat.

Anyhow. I would like everyone to stop and consider the sacrifice our military personnel make in the defense of this country. Their willingness to go in harms way for a cause. Every night I ask God to give me a ''tiny grain'' of the courage these people must have literally by the ton to do their duty. May God bless the families of the fallen and give them peace...
Nuff said for now (getting hard to proof read now)
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I saw on the news this morning that one of the Seal's buddies (also a Seal) has taken in the dog. Hopefully he can develop another special relationship with his new owner. I think many times the dog is the owner and the human is the pet.
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I saw on the news this morning that one of the Seal's buddies (also a Seal) has taken in the dog. Hopefully he can develop another special relationship with his new owner. I think many times the dog is the owner and the human is the pet.
You have that right, just ask Zeus LMAO I really like it when he lats me lie on the bed next to Peggy
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you are more correct than you know. think about it. they ride with us in the coach but never drive, buy gas, hook up, empty the pottie, fix a meal, wash the coach, wash the windshield, fix the dang coach when it breaks, sweep the floor or put water in the tank. They get to watch us go pottie, make love, make arguments, make decisions and do all the house work. They will, if called upon, clean egg out of a plate or find a pill or a piece of chocolet that you may drop if they are in the mood. They agree to share your bed with you if they are in the mood but they never make it up. They will sleep in your recliner and puke in your shoe and they choose to let you travle with them. If you buy a new coach or a new pair of sneekers they will christen it for you on the edge of the sofa and raise hell if their food or water dish happens to go empty. We love them and cherish them more than some ''real people''
My cousin Bonnie told me that if there was such a thing as ''Reincarnation'' she wanted to come back as MY DOG.......

Somewhere right now there is a G.I. guarding our freedom...That G.I. is putting his or her life on the line for less than they can make at Mickie D's...... think about it......
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I think many times the dog is the owner and the human is the pet.

I can't remember where I read this but... "If you were to come across two creatures walking together, and one was carrying the others poop in a bag, who would you assume was in charge?"

I hope Hawkeye finds what he needs to be happy in his new home...
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A Seal is something that contains things like air and water.

A SEAL is a member of the Navy, in an specialized unit, whose specialties are concluded on SEA, AIR, and LAND.

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A Seal is something that contains things like air and water.

A SEAL is a member of the Navy, in an specialized unit, whose specialties are concluded on SEA, AIR, and LAND.

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A SEAL is a member of the Navy, in an specialized unit, whose specialties are concluded on SEA, AIR, and LAND.

I never realized that is how they got the name SEAL. Thanks
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I can't remember where I read this but... "If you were to come across two creatures walking together, and one was carrying the others poop in a bag, who would you assume was in charge?"

I hope Hawkeye finds what he needs to be happy in his new home...
I am sorry, I mean no disrespect here but this quote made me laugh out loud!

I understand that the Iowa Hawkeyes are planning some sort of tribute to the fallen heros and Hawkeye at an upcoming football game.
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