Veteran’s Day – a poignant reminder

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No amount of training or rationalization can quiet the dis-ease that comes with taking human life. There was a great line in the movie, The Men Who Stare at Goats, where they said that the majority of soldiers in a real combat situation deliberately aim above the enemies because they subconsciously or consciously don’t want to kill.

Van Gogh, unlike Picasso, was definitely called an a$$hole

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Jeanne Louise Calment’s [other] claim to fame is the Feb. 21, 1875, listing in the birth register in Arles, the southern French city where she began her days and ended them.

She was 12 or 13 when she met Vincent Van Gogh in Arles, and she said later that he was ”very ugly, ungracious, impolite, sick — I forgive him, they called him loco.”

CNN interview

NFL class action – is there a royal road to brain repair?

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In honor of Veteran’s Day, this video also includes a very touching story of Tony Chaunavel and his journey in the aftermath of his Vietnam War experience through PTSD, depression, and repeated traumatic brain injury.