Thread: honoring ppl
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Old 11-15-2002, 02:36 AM   #7
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I agree, this is a pet pieve of mine. I call it line dancing. I don't understand why everyone has to think they need to give to every honoring.

I look at it like this- would you invite yourself to a party you were not officially invited to by the host. I don't get into the honoring if it isn't family or a very close friend.

This is different from a special such as a 1 on 1,etc.

We didn't see this until a few years ago. We noticed that many were not associated with any recognized Veteran Society. I still haven't seen this in Lawton, Carnagie, Anadarko, etc.
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