Making adjustments

May 29th, 2011
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Allen Sampson can take the heat.

"It's not bad over here," Sampson said after completing a 90-minute, mid-day workout in the Manoa heat. "Florida's weather is way hotter. It's humid. You sweat a lot. At halftime in high school, I had to put my jersey in the dryer because it was so wet. . . .  I like the wind here. It helps a lot."

Sampson, who was raised in Tampa Bay, is preparing for his second season at UH.

His first goal is to  increase his weight, which hasn't been easy during the sweat-inducing workouts.

"I'm eating a lot of rice," said Sampson, who now weighs 148 pounds. His goal is to reach 150 for the start of training camp in August. He weighed 141 when he first reported to UH last summer.

One thing that has helped is switching from a widely used protein drink.

"For some reason, my stomach couldn't take it," said Sampson, who believes he is lactose intolerant. "I actually lost weight from drinking it. I'm drinking different (protein drinks) now."

He also has found a suitable UnderArmour shoe. Last year, he had difficulty finding one that fit comfortably. He ended up wearing bright-green soccer shoes.

"The green ones were light, but these" — he  points to his new white shoes — "have better traction," he said.

That has been helpful in running routes at his new position. He was used as a slotback last season. But during spring training he worked out at left wideout. The intent was to give him more options, but now it appears the move might be permanent.

"I feel like a wideout now," Sampson said. "I feel I can spread the field a little bit more."

* * * * *

UH baseball fans hope there's no symbolism in the NCAA tournament field being announced on Memorial Day.

340 Responses to “Making adjustments”

  1. rylen:

    1st?


  2. koakane:

    mornin to all

    rise and shine


  3. protector:

    Greetings everyone! Did I really crack the top ten?


  4. wafan:

    Good morning and top 5!!!


  5. wafan:

    Looking for good news tomorrow!


  6. NYUH:

    Hawaii in September is hot, hot.

    Colorado will find out
    http://bleacherreport.com/articles/708165-pac-12-football-early-week-one-predictions-for-every-teams-opening-game/page/13


  7. whitey:

    congrats to the basebows. good season


  8. NYUH:

    JJ to be a contender this year
    http://bleacherreport.com/articles/712126-bcs-projections-labeling-every-top-50-team-a-lock-contender-or-pretender/page/10


  9. ai-eee-soos:

    mornin'


  10. ai-eee-soos:

    Agreed, moving to wideout is a good move for Allen.

    "I feel like a wideout now," Sampson said. "I feel I can spread the field a little bit more."


  11. NYUH:

    Question: Will we get some serious production from Joe Avery this year? He knows the system, has a quick takeoff, great height, game experience.


  12. Slugger:

    Good morning, gang!

    Nice piece on Sampson, ST. A lot of the guys are trying not to lose weight this summer.


  13. Kazz on Droid_X:

    CONGRATS TO THE STATE'S BEST!!!

    2011 STATE PLAYER OF THE YEAR LEISHA LIILII.

    2011 STATE PITCHER OF THE YEAR KEIKI CARLOS.


  14. Da Punchbowl Kid:

    Good Morning Gangeez! :)

    Work hard in the summer, Warriors, fall will be here before you know it. Good luck to all! Two words for Allen - Rainbow Drive Inn Mix Plate, gravy over all. ;_ Keep working hard!


  15. Da Punchbowl Kid:

    Oops that was four words! :lol: Okay, seven actually... but you get the message.


  16. Da Punchbowl Kid:

    Hi to all you early Sunday risers!

    So da Basebows are gonna need some luck and love to keep going forward then? Wisihing them lots of both.


  17. whitey:

    uh softbows are getting the two top players in the state. kudos to coach coolen and his staff.


  18. gigi-hawaii:

    ST, nice story!

    Glad Sampson appreciates the trade winds here, though September is the hottest month of the year in Hawaii.

    Good luck and best wishes to you!!!


  19. Da Punchbowl Kid:

    Hey whitey-san, hello ms. gigi!


  20. SteveM:

    Good morning everyone!


  21. LizKauai -iPad:

    Aloha Kakahiaka!


  22. gigi-hawaii:

    Hi DPK!

    I remember being in Orlando, FL in January 1975. The temp was in the 60s. The sun was shining so I thought the pool would be warm. I jumped in.

    YIKES! It was so cold! hahaha

    I jumped right out.


  23. Old School Dave:

    Looking forward to seeing more of Allen Sampson in 2011. Only a sophomore, he'll only get better if he continues to work hard at it. As Punchbowl #14 said, the mixed plate at Rainbows DI will bulk you up, and then some.

    Back in the day, it was Grace's Lunch Wagon on Metcalf and University and their chicken cutlet, extra salad, extra rice. Used to inhale those plate lunches. Then they moved to Beretania, my metabolism slowed, had to buy new pants.


  24. gigi-hawaii:

    Hey, Al, hubby says I was a "damn fool to make that stupid bet."

    But, a bet is a bet. Miracles happen. lol.


  25. gigi-hawaii:

    Old school Dave, I never ate those lunches. I always -- without fail -- brought home lunch (tuna sandwich and an apple) washed down with a Pepsi from the soda machine in Hememway Hall.

    Kinda boring food.


  26. tommui:

    GOOD MORNING FOLKS!

    DPK - up early today?


  27. Pauoa Boy:

    Allen Sampson is only 148lbs??? Dayum thats hella light for football even on high school level and probably a good move to keep him outside cause he would get broken in half running across the middle in the slot. It's not just any protein that he needs to take, he needs to stack on some weight gainer proteins at least 3 times a day with meals. If he's lactose Muscle Milk CytoGainer is a good protein to take that is pretty much Lactose Free and will surely pack on the weight quickly, but good weight at that. Anyway, I hope he at least fills out to around 175lbs. and maintains his speed!


  28. Derek:

    Allen Sampson is one of my favorite players. You have to root for the little guys because they have to prove themselves on the field if they belong. Hopefully, the skill and the will will overcome the physical liability. As they say, dynamite comes from small packages.


  29. SteveM:

    Old School Dave -- Grace's Lunch Wagon. "Special mix with pork cutlet and teri-pork". Didn't need bigger pants though--not after the new ones I had to buy after my cruise to the orient the summer before UH. 15 lbs. Ouch.


  30. jm2375:

    Good morning Tsaikos!!

    Congrats to Leisha Liilii & Keiki Carlos, both UH commits!! (and congrats to Mr. Quinn, too :D )

    Trust me, Florida summers are waaaaaaaaaaay worse than our summers. 95 degrees with 95% humidity, no wind, mid-afternoon thunderstorms everyday. It may be hot here in September, but it's nowhere near what it is in Florida. The rest of the East Coast isn't much better.


  31. warriorsun:

    sampson definitely has wheels and will be dangerous in open space. i hope he can successfully transition to wr where he will be getting more single coverage. some compare him to mike washington, but the two are distinctly different, simularity in size and speed notwithstanding. sampson is a special-package player--use him wisely and he can put a burn on coverage. best wishes to warrior allen sampson.


  32. al:

    dpk...you need to get the rainbow drive inn vernacular correctly or the counter girls will mistake you for one tourist.

    it's "mixed plate, gravy all over"

    and no forget the chili on the side.


  33. koakane ip4:

    shhhhh no can concentrate on da sermon with all tis talk of fuuuud e/ gravy all.

    oh btw wen da next CC


  34. Old School Dave:

    Gigi (#25), Steve (#29): Thank god for elastic waistbands! Always found the food in the old UH Campus Center to be ..... "uninspiring." I think the key with the Grace's chicken cutlet was the ginger. The taste is still stuck in my mind. I hear that that there are more food options on the Manoa campus now - Da Spot, India Cafe, Pizza Hut, Taco Bell. There used to be a Yummy's, but I heard that the Campus Center people kicked them out.


  35. Old School Dave:

    Heard that former UH Football player, Tyler Tanigawa, long snapper from Kauai, has a lunch wagon on Dilingham Blvd in front of Eki Cyclery. Been meaning to try the food there.


  36. kawika49:

    Bringing back memories of The blue goose dayz.


  37. al:

    k49...blue goose...yikes. you old brah. hahahaha.
    so now i think in know what the 49 stands for.


  38. gigi-hawaii:

    hubby and I are arguing as to where to eat lunch today.

    Tanaka's saimin?

    Haleiwa Joe's in Kaneohe?

    Cholo's in Haleiwa?

    any other suggestions?


  39. kawika49:

    #37 Anna Bananas?


  40. al:

    shrimp truck...roadside in kahuku. giovanni's.

    rosie's cantina mo bettah then cholo's.

    finish with matsumoto store shave ice.


  41. al:

    i seen you there eating the pineapple/peanut butter pizza and pitchers of beer.

    university cue upstairs?
    kuhio grill? (gawd i miss that place)


  42. kawika49:

    #41 Still have school tickets for Kuhio Grill.


  43. gigi-hawaii:

    eh, we decided to dine at Tanaka Saimin.

    Saimin combo with teri beef stick and shrimp tempura.


  44. jm2375:

    dpk & homey - hubby decided to watch GOT from the beginning - marathon!


  45. orioles foreva:

    I loved Grace's teri pork plate with extra salad and sauce on the rice, for less than two bucks. What a deal.


  46. kawika49:

    Torii's lunch stand mixed plate! If you never went there, you don't know what you missed.


  47. Kaimuki Kid:

    I miss the teri beef sandwiches from Elsie's in Kaimuki where Okata Bento is now located and the Okazu from Aotani's a couple doors Diamond Head...


  48. Stephen Tsai:

    Old School Dave:
    Is that the portable pizza place?


  49. Stephen Tsai:

    There used to be a really good place in Kailua — Kailua Bar-BQ and Okazuya.
    Run by a really nice guy.
    And then one day ... Esme-and-woosh.
    It was kind of like those spooky movies. "Food place? There hasn't been a food place here in 20 years ..."


  50. SteveM:

    kawika49 -- was Torii's the plate lunch shop on Sheridan Street, around where the Wal-Mart is now?


  51. kawika49:

    You got it...All the mail carriers went here.


  52. SteveM:

    ST -- I still miss Andy's Drive Inn. I lived in Kailua until 9th grade... errr, early '60's :)


  53. Stephen Tsai:

    SteveM
    Aren't you currently in ... the early 60s?


  54. SteveM:

    ST -- what a coincidence, huh? :lol:


  55. d1shima:

    Did Devon make it?


  56. d1shima:

    Masu's MASSIVE Plate Lunch (formerly known as Livingston Food Service)


  57. d1shima:

    Vienna Sausage

    ...Tita-style!


  58. Stephen Tsai:

    d1:
    One of my former coworkers, Brandon Masuoka, used to help out at Masu's. It was his uncle's place .I think they named an outrageous, er, high-protein meal after the legendary Ferd Borsch (who once ate 100 oysters in a sitting).
    That certainly out-did the 20 jalapenos I had at yesterday's brunch with the brightly attired Stretch.


  59. d1shima:

    I prolly could recall seeing Brandon. Remember his cousins working there in the summer. The brother is a friend of our owner.

    Sample of one of their legendary specials:

    David Daniel's Yuletide Bento
    A baked baby lobster tail stuffed with crab and bacon, charcoal broiled sirloin steak, teriyaki sauce, fried chicken, a heavy slab of baked Spam, shrimp tempura, two shoyu hot dogs and crab potato salad made with real crab meat.


  60. Old School Dave:

    ST: No, the portable (oven) pizza place used to be on N. King Street next to the broom factory. I think they moved to Kapiolani Blvd across from 24 fitness (?).


  61. Stephen Tsai:

    d1:
    I'm getting hungry.


  62. d1shima:

    Not as massive, but still ono

    Tsukenjo Lunch House


  63. d1shima:

    Did your "greyshirt" get "lei'd" today?


  64. coqui poke:

    Old School Dave,
    Tyler Tanigawa used to have that lunchwagon and the food was ONO.
    His new undertaking is an ono salad dressing, Tani's, that can be found at Don Quoite's and soon, Times Market.


  65. al:

    what about the lunch house located next to torii store?
    good friend's mama ran that one. best hamburger steak n onions.

    later when the land was bought out she retired. couldn't stand staying home and bought the old l and l dairy drive inn in liliha. after awhile she got tired doing it with her eldest son and they sold to a guy named flores.

    yah, flores made it a national chain now.


  66. al:

    masu's massive lunches started on makaloa street near the walmart. lease problems forced a move and he took over the old honda delicatessen also on liliha street.

    great memories of paul masuoka's massive lunches.

    i still have his shoyu chicken recipe. its a brok mout ono preparation.

    paul came from a chef's background.


  67. Old School Dave:

    #64 Coqui Poke: Thanks for the update on Tyler Tanigawa. I also heard that his salad dressing was also good. Good for him. Oh well, no shortage of ono lunch wagons around town.


  68. gigi-hawaii:

    hey, I'm back from Tanaka Saimin. Will post pics in my blog tomorrow.

    Meanwhile, let me tell you their special and combo are very good. That's what hubby and I had. Great shrimp tempura!


  69. d1shima (Aria'd):

    Lunch wagon proliferation now that get Health Dept. Inspector shortage.


  70. gigi-hawaii:

    the old Weyerhauser bldg is unrecognizable. so much better now that there are windows instead of solid concrete walls.


  71. d1shima (Aria'd):

    But somehow, da fuud mo ono! ;-)


  72. gigi-hawaii:

    hubby applied for a job at Weyerhauser twice and was rejected.

    good thing because the company went out of business years ago and hubby would have been unemployed.

    things happen for a reason.


  73. d1shima (Aria'd):

    Weyerhauser never had anything to show!


  74. d1shima (Aria'd):

    My old coach ran that place


  75. gigi-hawaii:

    d1, you played sports? which one?


  76. SteveM:

    RE: #65
    Al -- was the eldest son a Japanese Tsai-ko size guy? If so, he introduced the teriyaki add-on sauce for the L&L burgers at the time.

    I never met Flores, but his partner and family took over Liliha L&L. One day I ordered a mixed plate and discovered I didn't have my wallet. He gave me the plate and said to pay him later. Nice guy. I used to make his take-out menu's on my Mac in those days in exchange for dinner... :)


  77. d1shima (Aria'd):

    Gigi

    Left Out.


  78. al:

    yup that's the one.

    i hope you didn't pull that trick elsewhere.


  79. hubby:

    burp


  80. gigi-hawaii:

    d1, left out of sprots? lol


  81. gigi-hawaii:

    sports


  82. chee hoo:

    Karen's Kitchen in Kakaako! One block makai from Tsukenjo's. Massive plate lunches. Baked Spaghetti mix with hamburger steak. Plate must weigh 5lbs!


  83. Kaimuki Kid:

    Torii's moved to Sumner Street across the old Del Monte Cannery in the 70's before closing up. always ate there when I didn't like what was served at the Del Monte Cafeteria during summer cannery work. If I remember correctly, Torii's was located where the HMSA building is now


  84. gigi-hawaii:

    Hubby and I are going to dine at Paesano tomorrow. We've already tried the Manoa branch and will try the Waimalu branch tomorrow. Love Italian cuisine.


  85. gigi-hawaii:

    Anybody tried Assaggio's Ala Moana this year?

    When we ate there last year, it was just awful. No vegetables on the plate and the pasta was sticky and dry.

    Hopefully, they have a better chef now.


  86. shorebreak:

    Kuhio Grill,Maruzen complete meals for 1.50 back then


  87. Da Punchbowl Kid:

    JM+_=-,

    Your number 44- Good fun yah! That's the only show I don't mind watching twice. :) Gonna watch that new episode right now with der Sweety!


  88. LizKauai -iPad:

    Hiya! Got me a dungeness crab for tomorrow.... Mmmmmiso.....


  89. Bulla:

    aloha Tsaikos,

    happy memorial day to one and all..... let us all be thankful for the freedom we take for granted.


  90. bigislandkurt:

    Sampson! Learn from Sales -- CATCH EVERYTHING that comes your way. Can't make much use of that speed if you don't catch everything that comes your way!

    BIK


  91. papajoe2:

    Watching the Na Hoku Hanohano Awards on tv. Its sad because after 6 1/2 years of retirement, I listen to K105 and they still playing the same music that I used to listen to when I was working for 28 years. Now, watching the Na Hoku, I don't know too much about the newer performers or their songs although they remake a lot of the older songs.


  92. gigi-hawaii:

    does anybody bother to watch those ads that appear on this blog screen?

    very annoying!

    I don't bother to watch and just close it.


  93. gigi-hawaii:

    JASON, we went to the new Salt Lake Chinese Restaurant and weren't that impressed.

    The decor is nice with table cloths and plants, but the chow mein was really bland, and the duck spring rolls lacked veggies.

    The only great dish was the house special sizzling platter! Wow! It was seasoned just right and delicious!

    Probably won't be back.


  94. Capitol -ist/WassupDoc:

    What does GOT stand for? See Nos. 44 & 87 above

    Anyone here going on the Trip To Asia with the men's basketball team?


  95. kawika49:

    GOT=Game of Thrones


  96. Da Punchbowl Kid:

    Doc -

    "Game of Thrones", is an excellent show on HBO. Need to watch episodes in sequence (see HBO on demand) for for utmost enjoyment.


  97. gigi-hawaii:

    HBO -- hubby prefers BluRay instead of TV movies. Better and sharper video.

    yeah, he's spoiled.


  98. Capitol -ist/WassupDoc:

    Mahalo for the information.

    We only have basic Oceanic tv service. Our bill just hit over $130 this month for basic cable service plus Roadrunner so we will not be upgrading anytime soon until the prices come down. If they don't, then we'll just have to do without premium tv programming.

    We need to line up some places to go to watch the away footlball games this coming season. Any ideas? The problem I have with most bars is that the audio is turned down so it's almost impossible to get a sense of what's going on. Who does the radio broadcasts on the road?


  99. SteveM:

    99?


  100. gigi-hawaii:

    WDoc,

    ST mentioned that Oceanic is going to have a UH TV channel for UH sports.

    Hopefully, the monthly charge for it will be nominal for all viewers. How does $5 sound per household (wishful thinking)!

    Stay tuned for details.


  101. jm2375:

    DPK - re GOT, so, once again, didja see it coming? :shock:


  102. LizKauai -iPad:

    Gigi- having Oceanic in charge of the UH broadcasts sucks for us satellite users. There oughta be a way for them to provide service to all- as part of the local channel package.


  103. gigi-hawaii:

    Liz, if K5 would acquire HD capability, I think UH would hire them to broadcast UH sports like before.

    Why K5 doesn't do that, I don't know. No money? who knows!


  104. d1shima:

    If it makes dollar$ it makes cents...


  105. papajoe2:

    Na Hoku Hanohano pau. BRING ON SOME FOOTBALL!!!!


  106. gigi-hawaii:

    Tomorrow's a holiday and we can sleep late if we want to.

    Let's blog!

    But, first, I really should wash the dishes.


  107. Capitol -ist/WassupDoc:

    Re the Oceanic Time Warner sports channel: We have season tickets for all six ticketed sports plus we go to as many softball games as our schedules permit. It wouldn't make any sense to pay for something we wouldn't use.

    Besides, I like the company of other fans watching away games so we'll just bring along a radio with earphones to get some idea as to what it is we're seeing on tv. Who'll be on the radio team - Bobby Curran and ?????

    What is Game of Thrones about? Is it fantasy? Sci-Fi?


  108. gigi-hawaii:

    Robert Kekaula and Bobby Curran


  109. iwonderwhytheyhateme:

    ok lets blog!


  110. gigi-hawaii:

    what do you want to talk about? lol


  111. gigi-hawaii:

    looking forward to Tuesday's big game in Miami.


  112. gigi-hawaii:

    lunch with Al is on the line.

    if Dallas wins it all, he treats me.

    if Miami wins, I treat.

    probably Camellia, eh?


  113. gigi-hawaii:

    hubby has a $5 bet with a co-worker.

    hubby bet that miami will win it all.

    he said I should have done the same instead of making a "stupid bet".


  114. gigi-hawaii:

    but I have a sneaky suspicion that Dirk will surprise - yes, shock - everybody.

    I love the way he throws the ball with 1 leg in the air or back pedaling.

    and he can dunk the ball just like Wade and LeBron, no problem.


  115. gigi-hawaii:

    anyway, DALLAS IN SEVEN.


  116. iwonderwhytheyhateme:

    isn't it Bobby Curran and Robert K.?


  117. gigi-hawaii:

    yeah Robert Kekaula does color.

    isn't there a few seconds delay for the TV broadcast, though?

    Radio and TV aren't in sync.


  118. iwonderwhytheyhateme:

    why do they call it color commentary?


  119. gigi-hawaii:

    supposed to be insight commentary. tidbits.


  120. jm2375:

    WDoc - "Game of Thrones" - medieval fantasy based on "A Song of Ice and Fire" by George RR Martin.
    http://www.hbo.com/#/game-of-thrones


  121. iwonderwhytheyhateme:

    yeah but why color? i don't understand the color part?

    why not just call it insight commentary


  122. gigi-hawaii:

    maybe your dad will know.

    lol


  123. iwonderwhytheyhateme:

    no dice.

    but i figure the sports gurus on this board would know.


  124. gigi-hawaii:

    anybody can help?


  125. iwonderwhytheyhateme:

    google can't even help me.


  126. iwonderwhytheyhateme:

    so lets talk BCS and MWC and the direction of the WAC.


  127. gigi-hawaii:

    well, the MWC will not get a bid to the BCS.

    Lost too many teams. They need more teams. Added 4.

    Now the WAC lost all the good teams. Bringing in inferior teams.


  128. DaMenehune:

    125 Try wikipedia. Good answer there.


  129. gigi-hawaii:

    I don't know why this is, but aside from UH sports, I really don't pay attention to other colleges unless they play UH.

    I prefer pro sports like the NFL or the NBA.

    Don't follow baseball or softball.

    There is just too much to watch and I am too busy to watch t hem all.


  130. iwonderwhytheyhateme:

    I think MWC gets the 2 year AQ status...primarily because the Big East had to get the same exemption a few years back.

    I think they are fine at 10, unless BYU comes back into the picture. Then it makes sense to go to 12 and a CCG.

    The WAC seems to be on a slowly sinking ship. Although the Texas schools coming in kinda intrigue me. Both of them are being coached by some big name coaches. Dennis Franchione and Larry Cocker.


  131. gigi-hawaii:

    Isn't Wyoming part of the MWC? Elevation is supposed to be really high.

    almost impossible for us to play at that level.


  132. gigi-hawaii:

    ok, so is Dad back on the blog?

    lol

    big change in diction.


  133. iwonderwhytheyhateme:

    Dad? My father doesn't doodle with blogs and such.


  134. iwonderwhytheyhateme:

    Well considering we played Wyoming in the past when they were WAC, I am sure we will manage.


  135. gigi-hawaii:

    no way to argue about that.


  136. iwonderwhytheyhateme:

    I am more so hoping that MWC will allow us to play a 8 game conference schedule instead of 9.

    That way we will have more options for OOC games and will help teams like AF.


  137. gigi-hawaii:

    If we can play more military academies more often, that would be a plus.

    I always wondered why that wasn't the case.


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  141. Garret:

    Ohio State "encouraged" their football coach to resign. Looks like Ohio State will avoid an expensive buyout for his megabucks contract.

    Ohio State football coach Jim Tressel, who met with coaches and players this morning to announce his resignation, was encouraged to resign, sources told The Dispatch today.

    Tressel's contract was renewed last spring through 2014. He earns about $3.7 million annually in salary and other incentives.

    http://www.dispatch.com/live/content/sports/stories/2011/05/30/ohio-state-news.html?sid=101


  142. wafan:

    Good morning!


  143. wafan:

    Before celebrating remember those who sacrificed so we are able to celebrate.


  144. d1shima:

    Great Morning All!

    Honoring the fallen heroes this Memorial Day.


  145. d1shima:

    Selection show on


  146. LizKauai -iPad:

    Aloha Kakahiaka!
    http://www.staradvertiser.com/news/breaking/122825724.html
    University of Hawaii quarterback Bryant Moniz has been named one of Rivals.com's Top 100 college football players for 2011.


  147. d1shima:

    Mahalo BaseBows. Great season.


  148. wafan:

    Bravo BaseBows . . . get 'em next year.


  149. BG:

    Got an opportunity to watch the 60 Minutes special on Medal of Honor winner SSG Salvatore Giunta of the 173d Airborne for his actions in Afghanistan. I had complete admiration for a fine individual who was honest, unassuming, and had insightful perspectives on what it meant to be a soldier. He was STRAC in every way. The 5-star hotels and fine dining was not for him, he just wanted to be back with his buddies doing what he was trained for. His story made my day. It was gratifying to know that America has quality individuals still being produced and not just snotty kids who feel entitled by doting parents.


  150. BG:

    Good morning everyone! Wishes for a wonderful and meaningful Memorial Day to all!


  151. CoolEthan:

    Freedom is not free.
    Taps
    Taps

    Day is done,
    gone the sun,
    From the hills,
    from the lake,
    From the skies.
    All is well,
    safely rest,
    God is nigh.

    Go to sleep,
    peaceful sleep,
    May the soldier
    or sailor,
    God keep.
    On the land
    or the deep,
    Safe in sleep.

    Love, good night,
    Must thou go,
    When the day,
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