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Comment from: Burt Jordann [Visitor] Email
Hard to believe — Golfing in the Nams.

I spent a year (1969-70) in what was then the Republic of South Vietnam. The first Vietnamese words I learned were the words for "I surrender." I spent a year cowering and covering up.

I don't believe I saw the first course over there. The only bunker I came across was the one I jumped into when the "incoming" siren commenced to wailing.

Hey, some day they may have the Chu Lai Pro-Am. If that don't beat all.

-Burt Jordann-
10/17/06 @ 16:11
Comment from: Bill [Visitor] Email
Can't believe any red blooded American would waste money to go and spend a dime of American money in Viet Nam. They are the same peoople who tortured and murdered American servicemen... Now they expece us to bail them out financially.

Anyone who would do that (go there to vacation)should be shot.

Sadly, there aren't to many red blooded Americans around who aren't looking for a cheap dollar any way they can get it. Wonder why the world hates us?
10/19/06 @ 10:48

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