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Memes, North Korea, and Soldiers: N Command Chaplain performs a blessing over the 55 cases carrying temains of Us Soldiers, soon to be identified How Symbolic Today is the 65th Anniversary of the signing of the armistice that ended the Korean War. The war began when North Korea invaded South Korea on June 25, 1950. Twenty-one countries of the United Nations eventually contributed to defend against communist aggression, however, the United States provided approximately 90 percent of the forces. Sometimes referred to as the “Forgotten War,” the Korean War would last for more than three years with nearly 1.8 million U.S. military personnel serving “in country.” The war claimed the lives of 36,000 American troops; a 103,000 more wounded; nearly 7,250 U.S. troops taken prisoner and approximately 7,700 American were declared missing in action. On this same day today UN Command says remains of 55 American service members from the Korean War were returned by North Korea. A U.S. cargo aircraft flew to North Korea to receive the remains and returned promptly to Osan Air Base in South Korea. This victory was made possible by the international policies that have been put in place by our President @realdonaldtrump never forget it. We honor all those who served in Korea as well as those who supported them at home and abroad to secure peace for the Korean peninsula. Your service is not forgotten. Photos: 1.) Marines of the First Marine Division pay their respects to fallen buddies during memorial services at the division's cemetery at Hamhung, Korea, following the break-out from Chosin Reservoir, December 13, 1950. Cpl. Uthe. 2.) UN command chaplain performs a blessing over the 55 cases carrying the remains of US. Military, soon to be identified.
Memes, North Korea, and Soldiers: N Command Chaplain performs a blessing over the
 55 cases carrying temains of Us Soldiers, soon to be
 identified
How Symbolic Today is the 65th Anniversary of the signing of the armistice that ended the Korean War. The war began when North Korea invaded South Korea on June 25, 1950. Twenty-one countries of the United Nations eventually contributed to defend against communist aggression, however, the United States provided approximately 90 percent of the forces. Sometimes referred to as the “Forgotten War,” the Korean War would last for more than three years with nearly 1.8 million U.S. military personnel serving “in country.” The war claimed the lives of 36,000 American troops; a 103,000 more wounded; nearly 7,250 U.S. troops taken prisoner and approximately 7,700 American were declared missing in action. On this same day today UN Command says remains of 55 American service members from the Korean War were returned by North Korea. A U.S. cargo aircraft flew to North Korea to receive the remains and returned promptly to Osan Air Base in South Korea. This victory was made possible by the international policies that have been put in place by our President @realdonaldtrump never forget it. We honor all those who served in Korea as well as those who supported them at home and abroad to secure peace for the Korean peninsula. Your service is not forgotten. Photos: 1.) Marines of the First Marine Division pay their respects to fallen buddies during memorial services at the division's cemetery at Hamhung, Korea, following the break-out from Chosin Reservoir, December 13, 1950. Cpl. Uthe. 2.) UN command chaplain performs a blessing over the 55 cases carrying the remains of US. Military, soon to be identified.

How Symbolic Today is the 65th Anniversary of the signing of the armistice that ended the Korean War. The war began when North Korea invaded...

Asian, College, and Definitely: Muna Mire e} @Muna_Mire Civility is also white anglo culture I have never met a polite African or a Jew that insisted on manners over urgency so. Stop forcing WASP culture on us Imao 8:14 AM 26 Jun 18 159 Retweets 1,043 Likes <p><a href="https://libertarirynn.tumblr.com/post/175495020329/celticpyro-kamiyu910-1r3l4nd13" class="tumblr_blog">libertarirynn</a>:</p> <blockquote><p><a href="http://celticpyro.tumblr.com/post/175494283269/kamiyu910-1r3l4nd13-kamiyu910" class="tumblr_blog">celticpyro</a>:</p><blockquote> <p><a href="https://kamiyu910.tumblr.com/post/175477693208" class="tumblr_blog">kamiyu910</a>:</p> <blockquote> <p><a href="https://1r3l4nd13.tumblr.com/post/175476517498/kamiyu910-jewishmagpie-submitted-by" class="tumblr_blog">1r3l4nd13</a>:</p> <blockquote> <p><a href="https://kamiyu910.tumblr.com/post/175476416693" class="tumblr_blog">kamiyu910</a>:</p> <blockquote> <p><a href="http://jewishmagpie.tumblr.com/post/175476011655/submitted-by-thetransgenderoffender-im-not-sure" class="tumblr_blog">jewishmagpie</a>:</p> <blockquote> <blockquote><p><i>submitted by <a class="tumblelog" href="https://tmblr.co/mCB9bcHdz-ECtEIzblSOSQA">@thetransgenderoffender</a>:</i> <a href="http://archive.is/Sr9RG">Im not sure how to unpack this</a><br/> Please help</p></blockquote> <p style="">Thanks, I want to die.</p> </blockquote> <p>wtf?</p> <p>But if white people are rude, they get called racist too, so… damned if ya do, damned if ya don’t.</p> </blockquote> <p>So it’s white to have manners? Is it English white or general white?? </p> </blockquote> <p>I don’t know. Do the Italians count as white? Compared to the Proper British stereotypes, the Italians can come off as downright rude, but also vice versa. I know some Americans consider the French rude, or the Germans, but it’s all just cultural differences. </p> <p>What is even civility anymore…</p> </blockquote> <p>Consider: different cultures have different standards of ‘manners.’ <br/></p> </blockquote><p>Also a lot of Western African cultures are known for being *extremely* hospitable and friendly and welcoming. I’m not sure what the hell this girl is on about.</p></blockquote> <p>And let’s not even talk about Asian culture where civility and respect is HUGE. At my college we used to have South Korean exchange students, and one year we had two students who were both in their 20s but one was like 24 and the other was maybe 22. Whenever decisions were made, the 22-year-old would always defer to the 24-year-old. He was the one who would decide things for both of them. Because in their culture even when it comes to peers you pay respect to those older than you. That’s a concept that’s pretty much foreign in Western culture. Definitely not an “Anglo white people” thing.</p>
Asian, College, and Definitely: Muna Mire e}
 @Muna_Mire
 Civility is also white anglo culture
 I have never met a polite African
 or a Jew that insisted on manners
 over urgency so. Stop forcing
 WASP culture on us Imao
 8:14 AM 26 Jun 18
 159 Retweets 1,043 Likes
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<p><a href="https://1r3l4nd13.tumblr.com/post/175476517498/kamiyu910-jewishmagpie-submitted-by" class="tumblr_blog">1r3l4nd13</a>:</p>
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<p><a href="http://jewishmagpie.tumblr.com/post/175476011655/submitted-by-thetransgenderoffender-im-not-sure" class="tumblr_blog">jewishmagpie</a>:</p>
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<blockquote><p><i>submitted by <a class="tumblelog" href="https://tmblr.co/mCB9bcHdz-ECtEIzblSOSQA">@thetransgenderoffender</a>:</i> <a href="http://archive.is/Sr9RG">Im not sure how to unpack this</a><br/>
Please help</p></blockquote>
<p style="">Thanks, I want to die.</p>
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<p>wtf?</p>
<p>But if white people are rude, they get called racist too, so… damned if ya do, damned if ya don’t.</p>
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<p>So it’s white to have manners? Is it English white or general white?? </p>
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<p>I don’t know. Do the Italians count as white? Compared to the Proper British stereotypes, the Italians can come off as downright rude, but also vice versa. I know some Americans consider the French rude, or the Germans, but it’s all just cultural differences. </p>
<p>What is even civility anymore…</p>
</blockquote>
<p>Consider: different cultures have different standards of ‘manners.’ <br/></p>
</blockquote><p>Also a lot of Western African cultures are known for being *extremely* hospitable and friendly and welcoming. I’m not sure what the hell this girl is on about.</p></blockquote>

<p>And let’s not even talk about Asian culture where civility and respect is HUGE. At my college we used to have South Korean exchange students, and one year we had two students who were both in their 20s but one was like 24 and the other was maybe 22. Whenever decisions were made, the 22-year-old would always defer to the 24-year-old. He was the one who would decide things for both of them. Because in their culture even when it comes to peers you pay respect to those older than you. That’s a concept that’s pretty much foreign in Western culture. Definitely not an “Anglo white people” thing.</p>

<p><a href="https://libertarirynn.tumblr.com/post/175495020329/celticpyro-kamiyu910-1r3l4nd13" class="tumblr_blog">libertarirynn</a>:</p> <...

Future, Kim Jong-Un, and Memes: HISTORICAL SUMMIT President Trump met with Kim Jong-Un Monday night, the first meeting between a sitting American President and a North Korean leader President Trump met with North Korean leader Kim Jong-un for a historical meeting Monday night (Tuesday morning local time) in Singapore. This is the first time a sitting American president met with a North Korean leader. Mr. Trump said he will be suspending joint military exercises with South Korean forces and is confident Mr. Kim will continue with denuclearization “very quickly.” __ The meeting took place at a hotel on the island of Sentosa, and after Mr. Trump and Mr. Kim shook hands, they headed inside for a solo meeting. The initial one-on-one meeting between the two leaders, which lasted around 40 minutes, was mostly private aside from a pair of interpreters. After the private meeting, Mr. Kim and President Trump preceeded to a working lunch with more officials, when Mr. Trump told reporters two had formed an “excellent relationship.” __ In a televised portion of the summit, the two leaders signed a joint statement, where Mr. Trump “committed to provide security guarantees” to North Korea, and Mr. Kim “reaffirmed his firm and unwavering commitment to complete denuclearization of the Korean Peninsula.” __ After their meeting, Mr. Kim told reporters: - “It was not easy to get here. The past worked as fetters on our limbs, and the old prejudices and practices worked as obstacles on our way forward. But we overcame all of them, and we are here today.” __ Trump told reporters he would “absolutely” invite Mr. Kim to the White House in the future.
Future, Kim Jong-Un, and Memes: HISTORICAL SUMMIT
 President Trump met with Kim Jong-Un Monday night, the first
 meeting between a sitting American President and a
 North Korean leader
President Trump met with North Korean leader Kim Jong-un for a historical meeting Monday night (Tuesday morning local time) in Singapore. This is the first time a sitting American president met with a North Korean leader. Mr. Trump said he will be suspending joint military exercises with South Korean forces and is confident Mr. Kim will continue with denuclearization “very quickly.” __ The meeting took place at a hotel on the island of Sentosa, and after Mr. Trump and Mr. Kim shook hands, they headed inside for a solo meeting. The initial one-on-one meeting between the two leaders, which lasted around 40 minutes, was mostly private aside from a pair of interpreters. After the private meeting, Mr. Kim and President Trump preceeded to a working lunch with more officials, when Mr. Trump told reporters two had formed an “excellent relationship.” __ In a televised portion of the summit, the two leaders signed a joint statement, where Mr. Trump “committed to provide security guarantees” to North Korea, and Mr. Kim “reaffirmed his firm and unwavering commitment to complete denuclearization of the Korean Peninsula.” __ After their meeting, Mr. Kim told reporters: - “It was not easy to get here. The past worked as fetters on our limbs, and the old prejudices and practices worked as obstacles on our way forward. But we overcame all of them, and we are here today.” __ Trump told reporters he would “absolutely” invite Mr. Kim to the White House in the future.

President Trump met with North Korean leader Kim Jong-un for a historical meeting Monday night (Tuesday morning local time) in Singapore. Th...