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Registered: 18 January 2017
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Some neighbors my parents have gotten close with are both soldiers and they've given me some v cool coats from when they were overseas. They r clearly uniform jackets w nametags & insignias. I want 2 wear them but don't want 2 steal anyones valor?
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Remove the nametags and insignia's and you should be alright. Stolen valor is interpreted as trying to profit from military service that you didn't earn or participate in. (I'm sure there is better explanation out there than this?)


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Dear Lord
So far today, God, I've done alright
I haven't gossiped
I haven't lost my temper
I haven't been greedy, grumpy, nasty, selfish, or even over-indulgent.
I'm really glad about that.

But in the next few minutes, God,
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