View Poll Results: Was the Vietnam War faked?

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Thread: Vietnam...?

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    Vietnam...?

    Sorry, but that stupid "Man on the Moon..." thread kinda got to me a little bit. So, the way I see it, it is more plausible to me that the entire Vietnam War was faked than the Apollo moon landing. I'm even including a poll. Why? Just to be an ***.



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    Re: Vietnam...?

    This is gonna be closed pretty soon. At least you're honest about it :)


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    Re: Vietnam...?

    I don't see the logic. Flying to Vietnam is a lot more plausible than flying to the moon.

    That said, I don't get the influx of political topics on the non-political board. It doesn't allow for people to explain their positions, and I agree that this thread is a dead man walking...


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    Re: Vietnam...?

    The only way to fight stupid threads is with stupid threads.



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    Re: Vietnam...?

    I had to post it to kill it.

    Kind of like leaving to go back home.


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    Re: Vietnam...?

    Vietnam. Total Hoax.


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    Re: Vietnam...?

    Quote Originally Posted by Schmuck View Post
    Vietnam. Total Hoax.

    Tell that to my dad, or the families of the 57k names carved in some wall on the Washington mall.

    Spell check suggested schmuck for your screen name - pretty appropriate!



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    Re: Vietnam...?

    Quote Originally Posted by becrisgreg View Post
    Tell that to my dad, or the families of the 57k names carved in some wall on the Washington mall.

    Spell check suggested schmuck for your screen name - pretty appropriate!
    Turn on your sarcasm detector, I think he was joking!



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    Re: Vietnam...?

    Quote Originally Posted by becrisgreg View Post
    Tell that to my dad, or the families of the 57k names carved in some wall on the Washington mall.

    Spell check suggested schmuck for your screen name - pretty appropriate!
    Well, obviously that's just a cover up.


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    Re: Vietnam...?

    Ask a Vietnam vet about that. This thread is in really bad taste. It sould be closed right now.


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    Re: Vietnam...?

    Thread closed.


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