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    Who is/are your favourite war hero(s)

    Im just interested. Can be anything from alexander the great to your father.
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    anyone from the IRA

    um, patton... i dunno
    He came dancing across the water
    With his galleons and guns
    Looking for the new world
    In that palace in the sun
    On the shore lay Montezuma
    With his cocoa leaves and pearls

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    Tuntematon Sotilas.
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    Quote Originally Posted by my porsche
    anyone from the IRA
    Do you like hell?

    I suspect you may well end up there.

    Don't even say that as a joke, 'cause it is far from funny.
    Thanks for all the fish

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    sorry cov, didnt know it offended you so much, no need to tell me to goto hell though

    im a little blurry as to the IRA, but as an anti-IRA person, maybe your not the best un-biased view

    all i know is they fight for Irish Independance

    give ireland back to the irish etc.?
    perhaps you can enlighten me
    He came dancing across the water
    With his galleons and guns
    Looking for the new world
    In that palace in the sun
    On the shore lay Montezuma
    With his cocoa leaves and pearls

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    Does Spartan-117 count??
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    General Dwight D. Esienhower. The guy orchestrated like the biggest and most colaberative military operation in history with several countries involved and I am sure some huge egos he had to deal with and then pulled it off. (Or course I mean D-Day)

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    Billy Bishop was awesome.

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    Quote Originally Posted by my porsche
    anyone from the IRA
    hell yeah...

    mine:
    Michael Collins and Sinn Fein
    Last edited by targa; 03-16-2005 at 09:35 PM.
    pondering things

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    Quote Originally Posted by my porsche
    anyone from the IRA

    um, patton... i dunno
    "Since the late 1960s, the IRA has killed about 1,800 people, including about 650 civilians"

    There go your heroes.....

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    Quote Originally Posted by ScionDriver
    General Dwight D. Esienhower. The guy orchestrated like the biggest and most colaberative military operation in history with several countries involved and I am sure some huge egos he had to deal with and then pulled it off. (Or course I mean D-Day)
    Yeah, him and Gen. McArthur.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Niko_Fx
    "Since the late 1960s, the IRA has killed about 1,800 people, including about 650 civilians"

    There go your heroes.....
    and how many civilians has the U.S. army killed in T.W.A.T.?
    pondering things

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    Quote Originally Posted by my porsche
    anyone from the IRA
    IRA kills people in bombs and kidnappings and murders assaninations. Coventry was right in what he said. Fortunately theyve gone out of business in recent years (at least we dont hear about it here)
    The Datto will rage again...

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    Quote Originally Posted by targa
    and how many civilians has the U.S. army killed in T.W.A.T.?
    I bet that a lot more... That's why it wouldn't surprise me if we have QuattroMan claiming that Bush is his favorite hero

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