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June 03, 2013

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Mindy1

Very motivational

Mike P

Even 35 years later, I still have vivid memories of Parris Island. And that s*#t still motivates me. SF.

John

Ooo-Rah!!! It's been over 45 years since my slimy civilian feet hit those yellow footprints. In my mind it could have been yesterday!

Arrow

ROFL That's the same voice that lives in my head pushing me to keep moving when my body wants to take a long nap in my lazy boy recliner. Nice to put a face with the voice! ;-)

Maj Pain

You guys are awesome!!! Great comments!!

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