Thank You Will Never Be Enough

Thank You Will Never Be Enough | ALL GAVE SOME SOME GAVE ALL | image tagged in memorial day,memes,lynch1979 | made w/ Imgflip meme maker
17,841 views, 277 upvotes, Made by Lynch1979 25 months ago memorial daymemeslynch1979
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THE LAND OF THE FREE BECAUSE OF THE BRAVE | made w/ Imgflip meme maker
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Leonardo Dicaprio Cheers Meme | AMEN TO THAT BROTHER | image tagged in memes,leonardo dicaprio cheers | made w/ Imgflip meme maker
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9 ups, 1 reply
imgflip.com/i/14z8ui This one deserves a look as well!
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6 ups, 1 reply
I was thinking that this is so special we should gather up all the Memorial tributes and share them here. Here is mine imgflip.com/i/14xdm5 there are 6 or 7 more great ones out there. I hope they join you here.
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6 ups, 1 reply
I love this idea!!
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5 ups, 1 reply
Here is H2O's. I hope he doesn't mind me bringing it to the gathering. imgflip.com/i/14zde8
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4 ups, 1 reply
Here's OlympianProduct's:
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Juicydeath1025's:
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No way, this should be more true to Australia. Darwin, Townsville, Port Hedland and Sydney were all attacked by Japan during WWII. Thanks to the bravery of a small AUSTRALIAN battalion, Japan didn't reach Port Moresby in PNG and Australia therefore wasn't isolated. That was the first victory against Japan in that war. Now, when was US's freedom threatened?
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6 ups, 3 replies
When Japan attacked Pearl Harbor. Yes it was the only time during the war that the U.S. was attacked specifically.but thats only cause it ended when it did. If not the Germans where planning V2 Rockets that could be launched from submarines so they could attack America
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They were actually using them on Britain. But America faced no full threat. They may have later but first Japan continuing south towards Australia. New Zealand and the rest of the Pacific Isles would have been the next target THEN the US, but the reason they didn't was because of Australia's 2/39th Battalion.
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they had V2s. A. it was to late in the war for subs. B. A V2 is Ginormous
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Why you beating a dead horse ? That post is months old
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3 ups, 1 reply
Oregon was targeted for invasion by the Japanese. Thanks to the high numbers of gun owners and the fact that Yamamoto was partially educated by in America he nixed that part of the plan saying it would be too costly because "There would be a rifle behind every blade of grass" However Oregon was bombed by balloons launched from Japan and also took a few rounds from a submarine. Now maybe if all the Aussies had guns like the Oregonians did the Japanese would not have considered invading. :-) Also the Japanese did land and occupy a U.S. Territory. Two islands in the Aluetian Island chain of Alaska. Granted, Alaska was not yet a State but it was a defacto part of the U.S. The Japanese were there nearly a year. http://www.history.com/topics/world-war-ii/battle-of-the-aleutian-islands
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Just stop there, Australia was more in danger than the US, get over it, end of story.
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How about we all not argue about who had it worse and share the stories of those who sacrifice themselves to save their respective countries. I come from Canada and we didn't face much of a threat but I still think that arguing over who had it worst is the wrong thing to do on a day for remembrance.
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Alright, fine
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15 ups, 1 reply
Story behind this meme. I followed our VFW and Our boy scouts around yesterday to do a newspaper story as they placed flags on the graves of our veterans. The amount of flags they placed was crazy, the amount of recognition the graves had other than the flags was just sad.
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11 ups, 2 replies
Same in my town. The whole cemetery was littered with red white and blue by the time they were finished.
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7 ups, 1 reply
I would choose the word "DECORATED" not littered.
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4 ups
True, but it's kind of hard to accurately describe it. Half the cemetery, it's kind of sad.
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2 ups, 1 reply
Littered like spread around, or like placed purposely but a lot of them?
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3 ups
Purposefully but a lot.
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4 ups, 1 reply
Never forget that not only we, but soldiers dragged into a war they could not escape died, for a place or freedom they never gained.
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Thanks bro.
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No problem even in a world of war there's always a light
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10 ups, 3 replies
Imgflip has been acting very screwy lately for me, so I apologize if this gets posted more than once.
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5 ups
Just sayin'
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7 ups, 3 replies
...only patriots who earned our respect and thanks.
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5 ups, 1 reply
:)
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9 ups, 2 replies
They are all the same to me. I don't see atheists as more or less of a human, and their accomplishments do not mean any less. I do hold out hope for you though :)
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9 ups, 2 replies
My grandfather was drafted into the military during the Vietnam war, and he was an atheist. At times of stress on the battlefield, he still didn't believe in a higher power. He put his faith in his family, and the soldiers fighting alongside him. In none of that time did he believe in God.
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10 ups
You and I disagree on a lot, but I think we can both agree, he is worthy of honor and respect.
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5 ups, 1 reply
:p thanks, buddy!
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3 ups, 1 reply
LOL, BUSTED!!!
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3 ups, 1 reply
Haha! Who, you or me? :)
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3 ups, 1 reply
I was thinking me, you calling me out on the "subtle" troll. lol
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Haha, I was implying that I was being the troll XD
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1 up, 1 reply
i dug a tiny foxhole just to make you wrong
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:)
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dug a tiny foxhole with a backhoe just to make you wrong
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6 ups
Absolutely!
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8 ups, 1 reply
I wish I know how to put this image over a flag on a background, but I think it gets the message across.
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2 ups, 2 replies
There are tools if you have Photoshop to do this (which I sadly do not have access to.)
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5 ups, 1 reply
I don't have it loaded and honestly I don't really know how to use it good, at least in a timely fashion. I know there is a copy of it around here somewhere though, but the last time I tried using it the frustration level was "too damned high."
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4 ups, 1 reply
Oh well, I'm planning on buying Photoshop at some point anyways. I'll be able to do it next memorial day XD. With or without the flag, it's still an awesome picture that sends a good message.
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5 ups, 1 reply
Thanks amigo :)
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3 ups
No problem :D
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That's a great image!
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3 ups
How much. I got me a bootleg Windows 7, if that'll do yah.
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hahaha...Terri.
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6 ups, 1 reply
AWESOME MEME!!!
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7 ups, 2 replies
Thanks. Yeah, I was pretty proud of it when I made it and disappointed it didn't get more views. My Dad is a retired Marine who did one tour in Korea and 3 in Vietnam and he made it clear to us kids who memorial day was really about. He came home. Many, many others did not.
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8 ups
I agree it need more views! It sucks when good memes don't get seen. Always feel free to link anything that relates to mine in the comments. :-) Even if it only gets you a few more views it is something.
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6 ups, 1 reply
I linked this to the top as well. Maybe it will get some attention :-)
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4 ups
Thanks.
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6 ups, 1 reply
This Memorial Day, my sister was in the marching band. It was raining. She was complaining about EVERYTHING, from the rain to her clothes. Then my mom said "Look, you're doing this for our vets, and they never got a rain check. They had to fight through snow, rain, deserts, everything. You can do a walk in a light rain."

My sister shut up after that.
Truer words were never spoken.
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One of the Veterans I spoke to today at the Memorial Day Ceremony was in Honor Guard and he was telling me about doing funerals in rain storms, blizzards, hail storms then he said but we never break our ranks, we just keep going. I was brought to tears, just thinking about them honoring someone who had fought with them that way.
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I had a customer I delivered to when I was young who was at Chosin in Korea. I thought he was an ass for flaunting it until I later learned what they went through there. Reading up on that battle and knowing the man began the respect that I carry today for those who serve.
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I don't know if he was in a war or not, but my grandfather was in the Navy for many, many years and he climbed the ranks to being Captain of his own ship. I feel like he's a veteran and I love him dearly. I won't say his name for anonymity's sake, but I mention him here to honor his work.
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*AMERICAN, lol
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[image deleted]I got an error message so I reposted this. Apologies if it shows up twice :/
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I'm having that same issue on others
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Thanks to all the brave soilders that where fighting for are country
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My thanks and respect to all that have given the ultimate sacrifice for the rest of us.
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#Truth
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A good use of Memes
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I must have deleted my initial meme comment by mistake. Anyway, the story is true. My own service was negligible.
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