Fogerty is obviously a moron.
Last edited by Wilhelm; 07-10-2019 at 12:27 PM.
Another moonbat lol.
Milled Bulgarian bake lite lower hand guard
serial # 6567 and RSL.
T3 Russian parts numbered 0851,6568,5963
Tula AKM LHG #4198
Tula AKM sight leaf MY 4198
Chinese T56 or M22 front and rear stubs.
have single cut T3 Russian deact early UF reciever to trade possibly.
Ken Burns documentary "The Vietnam War" has a pretty good playlist
- A Hard Rains A-Gonna Fall Bob Dylan
- Hello Vietnam Johnnie Wright
- Its My Life The Animals
- Eve Of Destruction Barry Mcguire
- Turn! Turn! Turn! (To Everything There Is A Season) The Byrds
- Masters Of War The Staple Singers
- Mustang Sally Wilson Pickett
- Smokestack Lightnin Howlin Wolf
- Backlash Blues Nina Simone
- The Sound Of Silence Simon & Garfunkel
- One Too Many Mornings Bob Dylan
- Aint Too Proud To Beg The Temptations
- Are You Experienced? The Jimi Hendrix Experience
- Im A Man The Spencer Davis Group
- Green Onions Booker T And The Mgs
- Strange Brew Cream
- Waist Deep In The Big Muddy (Live) Pete Seeger
- A Whiter Shade Of Pale Procol Harum
- The Lord Is In This Place Fairport Convention
- For What Its Worth Buffalo Springfield
- Dont Think Twice, Its All Right Bob Dylan
- Piece Of My Heart Big Brother & The Holding Company
- Magic Carpet Ride Steppenwolf
- The Letter The Box Tops
- Bad Moon Rising Creedence Clearwater Revival
- Soul Sacrifice Santana
- Tell The Truth Otis Redding
- Okie From Muskogee Merle Haggard
- The Thrill Is Gone B.B. King
- Psychedelic Shack The Temptations
- Ohio Crosby, Stills, Nash & Young
- Get Together The Youngbloods
- Gimme Shelter The Rolling Stones
- Tail Dragger Link Wray
- America The Beautiful Ray Charles
- Whats Going On Marvin Gaye
- Bridge Over Troubled Water Simon & Garfunkel
- Let It Be The Beatles
I say you could add all the soundtracks from decent VN war movies like Hamburger Hill and FMJ along with the no so decent like Platoon etc and then add a few from Forest Gump to the above and it would cover it pretty well.
Since we're on the subject of song symbolism, Lynyrd Skynrd's Saturday Night Special is unmistakably an anti-gun song. As for as VN era songs, Buffalo Springfield's most famous song is definitely an anti-war song but is forever associated with VN.
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I learned very early as a young rocker in my teens to ignore everything entertainers say or do outside of their craft. You can take the most profound lyricist and expert musician off stage and let them rant about life, politics, society, et al and they will demonstrate time and time again that they are nothing more than blathering idiots infatuated with their own sense of self-importance and entitlement. I've chosen to completely isolate myself from EVERYTHING outside their recorded music. I won't even watch music videos. I keep my exposure to them as bare-bones pure as that. It keeps my enjoyment level up, and disappointment level down because as soon as they start running their sucks you're ALWAYS seriously disappointed, although never surprised. I strongly recommend that stance on Rock music.
The shortest distance between 2 "points" is a straight line.
whats ironic and paradoxical is that later after that statement he was concerned about the governmetn violating peoples rights