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Good Morning All…

Anzac Day – 25th April, 2008

'They shall grow not old, as we that are left grow old:
Age shall not weary them, nor the years condemn
At the going down of the sun and in the morning
We will remember them.'

Lest We Forget

Youtube today: And The Band Played Waltzing Matilda

25/Apr/08 12:00 AM
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Mornin' Everyone! Hope your day is filled with happiness!
25/Apr/08 12:00 AM
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Hi Angie! Thanks for the reminder of Anzac Day. I shall say a few words today in rememberance.
25/Apr/08 12:02 AM
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all - A solem time for many today - Australia/New Zealand - Anzac Day. Others the holy days of Maundy Thursday/Good Friday. The rest of us - another day to celebrate life.
25/Apr/08 12:02 AM
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1:58 Maen! Beautiful photo of bougainvillea!
25/Apr/08 12:03 AM
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Good morning all! Another beautiful day here! Remembering those on Anzac Day! Hope everyone has a peaceful day!
25/Apr/08 12:06 AM
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Eve - how nice of you to remember.
Your are correct, its Orthodox Easter this weekend.
25/Apr/08 12:09 AM
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mAen all! Could anyone explain what is Anzac Day?
25/Apr/08 12:13 AM
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Lest we forget!
Claude it is when we remember all those who fought for our freedom!
25/Apr/08 12:17 AM
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For Claude and others..
This is what I posted last year, hope it helps.

The Meaning of ANZAC
Section from an article in an editorial – Canberra Times (2003)

Anzac Day commemorated the name by which Australians and New Zealanders were then known, and their participation and More...
25/Apr/08 12:17 AM
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Hello all! It is another beautiful day here in New York!
25/Apr/08 12:18 AM
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2:37 Hi to all.

Thought for the Day:

Lest We Forget x
25/Apr/08 12:23 AM
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Thank you Angie, I didn't know you had a special day for that. It's strange, but though my great-grand-fathers were in the 1st world war and my father in the second (he was a resistant), we lost nobody in the family. My grand-daughter even asked my father why he didn't die like everybody in the film she had seen at school!
25/Apr/08 12:30 AM
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We are all humbled as you honor your heros. Lest we forget the cost.
25/Apr/08 12:31 AM
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Thanks Angie - great explanation. And a very grim accounting of the ravages of that war.
25/Apr/08 12:34 AM
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25th April, 1915 the Australian Army went into its first battle as such, it's own entity, instead of a unit of the British Army. Still under the command of the British officers the ANZACs (Australian and New Zealand Army Corps) went into a cove on the Turkish coast at Gallipoli that was not only More...
25/Apr/08 12:40 AM
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2:22 It is a good thing to remember the sacrifices that others have mde for us.

to you all.
25/Apr/08 12:43 AM
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Claude - you can tell her, that if he had died, she may not be here today. There are a lot of children and grand children never born, because the young gave their lives in wars. The fact that your father or grandfather survived the war can be why you are here today.
25/Apr/08 12:46 AM
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The term Anzac has been broadened to include all our war heroes, not just those who fought at Anzac Cove, and now refers more to the spirit with which our men and women have fought in various theatres of war.
Today must be a special day for the families of the 645 men of HMAS Sydney as they More...
25/Apr/08 12:47 AM
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Ozcmom - I have seen the movie Gallipoli. You can have nothing but respect for them.
25/Apr/08 12:49 AM
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We should all be mindful every day of those who gave their lives for our freedom. When we changed Veterans' Day to a Monday holiday, we degraded it. I'm glad to see that you Aussies do better by your fallen soldiers.
25/Apr/08 12:54 AM
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Ruby it was only when the actual day, 25 April, was again declared as being the day of the public holiday in commemoration that the general public started realising the relevance of the day again. One of the best decisions made by any federal government, to return the actual meaning of the day to More...
25/Apr/08 1:00 AM
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What a discussion! This is why I absolutely love this site. It can be light, silly, irreverent at times, but then you have days like this.
I will think about Anzac Day, and I loved the music to start it off.
It is too easy to forget, and many in the United States (or many other places, I am sure) have no idea of what they have to be grateful for.
25/Apr/08 1:04 AM
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I concur with you Jamie, very interesting and I am going to take the advice to find the movie. I love the WW1 rememberence of the poppy that the Canadians and other do for the Veterans - as noted, changed here in the US from Nov 11th - a signing of the armitice to a Monday to enable a long holiday for government and bank employees.
25/Apr/08 1:16 AM
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Well put jamie. We owe a lot to those that have sacrificed for us.
25/Apr/08 1:18 AM
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That bougainvillea is really a stupendous gift of fluorescent colour, and is a plant that grows almost anywhere in the tropics irrespective of soil poverty or drought. It is very little effort with a huge return
25/Apr/08 1:23 AM
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Good morning all! I bright and colorful flower today!
25/Apr/08 1:31 AM
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ANZAC Day, Rememberance Day, Veteran's Day... they all remind us of the cost of wars, and we pray that global conflict can be avoided.

The Peace Choir performing "Give Peace a Chance."
25/Apr/08 1:35 AM
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well done to all the riddle fans who posted answers - indeed yesterday's answers were "habit" and "eyelashes" - Now for tonight's Riddle of the Night; "Decapitate me and all becomes equal. Then truncate me and I become second. Cut me front and back and I become two less than I started.

What am I?"
25/Apr/08 1:58 AM
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As this riddle lark seems to be of some interest may I ask Greg or Jeb to keep it up during my absence? Will be away for a week, so will entrust you with it - if it dies, it'll be your fault!! Won't be able to post the answer for this one but as there are some pretty good brains on the site, I'm sure you'll work it out. See you next week xx
25/Apr/08 2:01 AM
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2:36 A sincere salute and a prayer of gratitude for those fallen soldiers who are honoured on Anzac Day. And let us stand shoulder to shoulder in solidarity for peace throughout this beautiful world.
25/Apr/08 2:02 AM
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Updated my U-tube to a video from the WORLD LIBERTY CONCERT held May 8th, 1995 in Arnheim, Neatherlands in rememberance of the 50th Anniversary of VE Day.


25/Apr/08 2:23 AM
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Good Morning World
A Day of Rememberance!....May all who have served or are still serving in defense of their country be honored and respected for the call to duty. War exacts such a great toll on all. May Peace become more than a dream!
25/Apr/08 2:34 AM
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Thanks, Eve! The Alan Parsons Project was one of my favourite bands--so many great songs. ("Turn of a Friendly Card", "Psychobabble"--time to get out the old albums and have a listen.)
25/Apr/08 2:48 AM
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World, at least I think it still is here. Have been up so long it is time for a nap. Not going to the hospital today, I need the rest & Harry should be coming home tomorrow. I don't like driving in the rain and it has rained all night just quit a half hour ago.
25/Apr/08 3:02 AM
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Cathy - I can remember the first time I heard them on the radio "What Goes Up Must Come Down" - stopped in my tracks - fell in love with their sound immediately. Have enjoyed them ever since.
25/Apr/08 3:06 AM
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Thank you today to those who have given themselves so that the world may be free. Maybe someday we'll learn and we'll be able to "Give Peace a Chance"
25/Apr/08 3:10 AM
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Sometimes war is for the right reason. Sometimes not. It may turn out good. Often times not. But war is hell and the soldiers who make the ultimate sacrifice deserve all honors.The are my heroes.
25/Apr/08 3:20 AM
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Nobody is here, all must be at that dirty 4 letter word WORK!
25/Apr/08 3:28 AM
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Let's take a Trolly Ride Over the top.
25/Apr/08 3:28 AM
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