Were I under some kind of contractual obligation to sponsors or syndicators, I would probably toss out my usual format and insert a lame attempt at a patriotic panel of artwork featuring my main characters, possibly acting somewhat uncharacteristic of themselves.
Thankfully, I am not, so I can just come right out and wish every a Happy Memorial Day, and hope that it is a happy one for you, and not a somber day remembering someone close to you who was lost defending our freedoms. For those who did lose someone precious, I dedicate this day to you and to them and give you all my thanks and prayers.
And I hope those untouched in this way do take a moment out sometime today, with or without the parades, flags and flyovers, to remember those who have protected our freedoms.
Since I don't have any past Memorial Day comics to point to -- I guess I had similar feelings then, as well, -- I'll repost the link to What is a Vet?, which I found on the Internet back in the late 90s.
Happy Memorial Day.
May 19, 2013: Trophy Buck On The PA Report
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