You do not actually believe that is what McAuliffe said, do you? Recall that, in 1944, the word F#CK did not officially exist.
posted on 01/18/2020 5:47:31 PM PST
(First rule of the Dunning-Kruger Club is that you do not know you are in the Dunning-Kruger club.)
posted on 01/18/2020 5:49:26 PM PST
((You can die on your feet or live down on your knees. You can not do both. Freedom Is not Free))
I have no clue. Just a pithy line from a movie.
posted on 01/18/2020 5:53:02 PM PST
(I will no longer accept the things I cannot change. it's time to change the things I cannot acc)
To: jonascord; LIConFem
The Division Operations Officer, Lt. Col. Harry Kinnard recalled that McAulliffe initially asked, “They want to surrender?” Moore told him, “No sir, they want us to surrender.” McAulliffe arose and erupted in anger, which shocked those looking on. He took the paper, looked at it, said “Us surrender, aw nuts!” and dropped it on the floor. Maj. Jones was dismissed. McAulliffe then left the Headquarters to go congratulate a unit on the Western perimeter that had successfully taken out a German road block earlier that morning.
posted on 01/18/2020 6:24:41 PM PST
(I'm really PC.....Patriotically Correct)
It was: “For Un-Carnal Knowledge”
posted on 01/18/2020 7:01:22 PM PST
(Peace without freedom is tyranny.)
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