"Now turn we joyful to the great attacks,
Not only that we face in a fair field
Our valiant foe and all his deadly tools,
But also that we turn disdainful backs
On that poor world we scorn yet die to shield --
That world of cowards, hypocrites, and fools."
Excerpt from "Sonnet XI" by Alan Seeger, an American poet who died on July 4, 1916, fighting for France in World War I.






Prior AirForce Cryptographic Equipment Technician, Graduate of Jacksonville University. Occupation: IT, Electronics Technician. Interests: Travel, Electronics, Computers, Antiques, Real Estate, Gadgets and Collectables. Traveled throughout the United States and Canada, Europe, South
America, Middle East, and Asia.
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He that humbleth himself wishes to be exalted. #Nietzsche

— Nietzsche (@medaNietzsche) October 4, 2013