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Are you doing anything special to acknowledge Veteran's Day and/or the 90th Anniversary of the end of WWI?

Asked by Snoopy (5798points) November 11th, 2008

Veteran’s Day


Thanks- to all vets

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Snoopy's avatar

Thanking a vet?

Flying the flag?

Bluefreedom's avatar

I have the day off so I will be catching up on rest but I will be thinking of my military coworkers who will be at work today and I will definitely be thinking of my brothers and sisters in arms that are currently in harms way in Iraq and Afghanistan and those deployed in other parts of the world.

seVen's avatar

praying for them.

boffin's avatar

Put the Flag up…..

augustlan's avatar

Just wanted to pop in and say “Thank you!” to all of our military members for their service. We appreciate all you do and have done!

Darwin's avatar

I took my husband out to lunch and wished him happy veteran’s day – he’s a disabled vet and doesn’t get out much. I also got him new “skies” for his walker.

IchtheosaurusRex's avatar

Thanking my grandfather, who fought in WWI under Col. George S. Patton.

November 11 is Armistice Day. That’s when they stopped shooting at each other. WWI ended with the Treaty of Versailles, signed on June 28, 1919. Exactly 30 years before I was born.

Tennis5tar's avatar

2 minute silence and wearing my poppy.

Snoopy's avatar

@Ich Thank you for the clarification!

steelmarket's avatar

Had breakfast with a vet buddy.

Just heard a roar outside a few minutes ago, rushed out in time to see a flight of F-16s go over in the Missing Man formation. Wow.

Snoopy's avatar

@steelmarket. Very cool. Very cool.

Lazario's avatar

Working, eating, sleeping, talking… to someone, using the “facilities,” performing various self-services, and letting my mind wonder a bit.

In short- no.

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