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May-28-13 9:15 PM

namexxx, I reported your two posts as abuse. I usually don't do that, but they are so disrespectful and add nothing to poll question.

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May-28-13 6:29 PM

Minotroses, maybe we need to start a neighborhood watch at night. I don't live near there, but I would take a shift. People are lost souls and are pitiful to vandalize anywhere, but especially the grave sites.

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May-28-13 12:11 PM

As I live across the street from Rosehill cemetery, I see the graves everyday. Beautiful flowers and solar powered lights adorn the many graves of past friends and family. But then at night, I see the prowlers, driving around in the dark, doing no crashing into headstones or tipping them over....or other forms of vandalism.

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May-28-13 8:58 AM

namexxx, as a 12 year old wet behind the ears mouthy kid, you show the real promise of growing up to be just that.

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May-27-13 4:05 PM

minotloner, I commend you for you 24 years of service. Military service is just that, service, unlike the government officials who say they are in 'public service'. Willing to give one's life for this country is a special calling. Also, I have to agree with your comment about the person giving the thumbs down

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May-27-13 9:54 AM

Early, we went to Rosehill yesterday and made the trip to the NW corner of the state to three other cemeteries,also. The flags at each military grave add a degree of majestic patriotism and honor to all who served.

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May-27-13 7:33 AM

Yes, I was at them yesterday and there are flowers and flags everywhere.

The greatest most sincere respect and gratitude to all the fallen soldiers from every war and the pioneers who settled and tamed this blessed land we call North Dakota. My hat is off and my heart is full of thanks.

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