Tuesday, March 27, 2007

Aaron Russo - Mad As Hell

Note: This was just uploaded to googlevideo.com on March 21st.


Blogger FredMarshall1937 said...

The version found on Google has a terrible screeching in the sound track. I've re-tried it three times. It's terrible.

6:15 PM  
Blogger FredMarshall1937 said...

Does anyone know if there is a CLEAN copy of this video available on the Net? The audio on this one, and on the Google version, IS TERRIBLE. I'm unable to understand the words and the discussions.

6:32 PM  


If there's a better copy, please let me/us know. Thanks!

8:24 PM  
Blogger FredMarshall1937 said...

This takes a couple of minutes to load. It is brief but appreciated by every Vietnam veteran.

You may not see your loved one's face in this memorial, but you will see his hands holding his rifle above the water, or you'll see his back as he walks through the streams and underbrush, or you'll see him at a distance in the rice paddies, or his silhouette getting off a chopper. You'll see people who could have been his commander or his nurse, or could have been his buddies coming home on the Freedom Bird. You may even see his rifle and boots if he didn't come home, and the lonely memory-filled wall that bears his name. Most of all, what you'll see in every photograph is HONOR. Look closely. Then ask yourself where the honor went, and who's responsible for its demise. He surely isn't.

To Our Parents - From the Children of Vietnam Veterans

2:04 AM  

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