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 Throughout history, it has been proven time after time that deep in their soul; a bully is nothing more than a candy ass in disguise.  
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Giving USA: Americans Donated an Estimated $358.38 Billion to Charity in 2014; Highest Total in Report’s 60-year History 

2013: Estimated donations: $339.94 billion 

2012: Estimated donations: $316.2 billion 

2011: Estimated donations: $298.42 billion 

2010: Estimated donations: $290.89 billion
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Being tolerant of others is good.  Being tolerant of the intolerant is a good way to wind up with the shitty end of the stick.  

While co-existing and being decent to each other would be nice, there are ideologues on the loose who have no desire 
to co-exist, and wouldn't know an act of decency if it came up and kicked them right square in the ass.  If they have 
made the decision to show no respect for anyone, or anything that falls outside of the way they feel the world 
should look, then why should any respect be shown to them?

The United States of America is still a wonderful country well worth fighting for not only against our enemies abroad, 
but against any anti-American fucko living inside our borders, no matter what societal position they may hold, who 
takes full advantage of the liberty and opportunities offered by the U.S., all while hoping to see the same nation 
that has afforded them their chances to be successful take a fall or be turned into something that it was never 
meant to be.  

From the malcontents who claim to be offended by our flag and way of life, to the miscreants who (in accordance with
the human rights violating ideology that they adhere to) sneak around, making plans to bushwhack innocent people, 
believing that they can lie, whine, shoot, bomb and machete their way to world domination, their way of thinking 
adds nothing positive to the mix, and maybe it would be best if they shoved off to some desert island where 
they can't bother anybody.

Then they could all be in one spot, and spend their days trading tips on how to be even more of a waste.

Greetings from the United States.  We do the America thing here.  If you've come here from somewhere else and 
are good with all that, welcome to the party.  If you've arrived on our shores with the idea in your head that the American people are beneath you and need to get out of your way, please know that your presence in this 
country has never been a necessity, and you should look to move back to the spectacular hell hole that 
shit you in our direction.  

May God bless America, the American people, our Armed Forces, our first responders and our true allies. 

D.C. Watson, United States
Victor 1985
Caesar  July 1989

Photo Credits: Thanks to all of you

Washington / Delaware:
Paul Revere:
Declaration​ of Independence: National Archives
Firefighters / 9/11:
​Soldiers raising flag:
​Jim Thorpe:
1980 Olympic hockey:
American Freedom Train:
Blue Angels:
​USAF Thunderbirds:
Ken Norton:​
​Meadowlark Lemon:
Superstar Billy Graham:​
Evel Knievel: dcwatson postcard
Kurt Angle: Angelfire,com
Florence Griffith Joyner:
​American Made Funny Car:
NASCAR Stands:
Red White & Blue Dump Truck: Terex
Lombardi Trophy: espn.go,com
American Flag Fire Truck:
NASCAR Stands 2:
Don Frye:
​Mary Lou Retton:
​NU Wounded Warrior Gear: 
​America Flag Police Car:
American Flag Guitar-Nugent​:
​PBR Logo:
​Spirit Of 76 Tractor:
​Jack Daniels Patriot Label:
​Barn: K.L. Watson
​Liberty Bell:
​Toby Keith:
American Bald Eagle:
​Cards & Refreshments: BigFurHat
Victor 1982
"The liberties of our country, the 
freedom of our civil Constitution, are 
worth defending at all hazards; and it 
is our duty to defend them against all attacks. 

We have received them as a fair inheritance from our worthy ancestors: they purchased them for us with toil 
and danger and expense of treasure 
and blood, and transmitted them to us with care and diligence. 

It will bring an ever lasting mark of 
infamy on the present generation, enlightened as it is, if we should suffer them to be wrested from us by violence without a struggle, or to be cheated out 
of them by the artifices of false and designing men."  ~ Samuel Adams
Revere's historic rides... April 16 and 18, 1775 
     1982-1993        Matches: 7

     Vs.  Victor        Vs. Caesar

           Wins- 0                    Wins- 0  
           Losses- 1                 Losses- 1 
           Draws- 3                  Draws- 2


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