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Thank you for your service (a dead language)

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Posted by Richard Corbett on Friday, December 21st 2018:

Last veterans day I wrote a post about how on veterans day I went out wearing my Purple Heart hat. I was in my wheelchair among hundreds of people and only one young mentally changed girl said, Thank you for your service. I went home and thought, nobody cares. Anyway recently I was on the phone with the Sears service department for the forth time trying to get them to give me some information on when they would come and replace my garage door opener which is under contract, other than someone will contract you. At the end of my call I thought I may get some priority so I said does it matter that I am a combat wounded veteran 100% disabled. She replied well sir thank you for, and I thought she is going to say it. But she finished with shopping at Sears. I should have known better. Thank you for shopping at Sears has a much higher priority then thank you for your service. But do they ever stop to think, where would they be if it wasn't for our service.

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