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The Story of Ed Freeman (3 pics)

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  • 13 Nov, 2013  |
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Ed Freeman is a real American hero.

1 The Story of Ed Freeman (3 pics)


2 The Story of Ed Freeman (3 pics)




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№1 Author: DasSyko (13 Nov 2013 03:36) Total user comments: 78


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That is a hero alright
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№2 Author: Jimmy Johnson (13 Nov 2013 05:36) Total user comments: 5518


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American boys shouldn't have died for that shit-ass war in the first place.
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№3 Author: adzhoe (13 Nov 2013 06:48) Total user comments: 14959


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Amazing story,wow.
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№4 Author: SLR-004 (13 Nov 2013 09:19) Total user comments: 144


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Something beyond heroism
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№5 Author: mantley rawson (13 Nov 2013 12:35) Total user comments: 361


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He died at the age of 80 in Boise, Idaho on August 20, 2008.

I found another ending on the net :

I bet you didn't hear about this hero's passing, but we sure were told a whole bunch about some Hip-Hop Coward beating the crap out of his "girlfriend."
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№6 Author: thughugger (13 Nov 2013 13:23) Total user comments: 1015


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Truly a Hero
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№7 Author: mobius (13 Nov 2013 17:41) Total user comments: 1073


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We need more people like that...willing to sacrifice for others. You don't have to give your life or risk your life to make a difference. Sometimes just giving a kid some of your time. Visiting a retirement home and listening to the people there. They have extensive histories and interesting stories to tell...better than the crap on TV.
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№8 Author: Lu (13 Nov 2013 21:27) Total user comments: 15089


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Medals don't come easy.
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