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since i work for the cable company. i get free cable plus a couple of dvr boxes... those are the ones you can use to record, fast foward, rewind and pause any show your watching..

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yeah so i'm recording the whole series of this shyt.. i'm a war movie fanatic.. guess since i can't go. i'll just watch and dream...
 

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Yeah, saw it on cable (HBO?) a couple years back, as I recall, I liked it, sorta like a continuation of Saving Private Ryan, just without the storyline.
 

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Great series. My granddad was in the 101st at Normandy so it was interesting to see a program based (loosely) around their story. Enjoy!
 

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that series is amazing, i watched it religiously when it was first coming out, then i went out and got the box set when it came out on dvd
 

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Dimaggio said:
Great series. My granddad was in the 101st at Normandy so it was interesting to see a program based (loosely) around their story. Enjoy!

ah that's crazy... is he still around so that he could watch it..? i like when they talk to the old veterans about the war..
 

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speakin of war...Chris (has a Blue SRT down here in south jersey) is comin home from Iraq next week. it'll be good to welcome him back!
 

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ah that's crazy... is he still around so that he could watch it..? i like when they talk to the old veterans about the war..
Nope. Unfortunately he passed back in 1989. Strangely, he died 45 years to the day from when he got shot up. He was nearly fatally wounded near Carentan in a little town called Brevands on June 12th 1944 and died on June 12th 1989. Wierd. He didn't talk about it too much - it really bothered him.
 
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