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Yeah, the lyric is rough... but, often enough, if you're sending us, rough is what you need.  Just don't *make* me come there, and I'll be your BFF.  *Make* me come there...


OK, that was beyond cool!

 Oh... now see, THAT made my day!  I have to get me a copy of that.
I don't know if anyone else likes trance, but this is a cool video .... even though it spotlights the Marines! LOL :

However, I think the song is really "Holy Ghost" by 009 Sound System, not "With A Spirit" as the video caption says.
 I really like this song!
Great song and slideshow.  The comments at YT are also encouraging, which surprised me.
I am _so_ liking that!  Way COOL!  Consider that sucker compliments of Sto Len, 2009!
I am _so_ into that! 

The firefighting scene brings back memories...Tan Son Nhut Air Base, Saigon, Vietnam...the Air Force used to drag crashed aircraft over near our compound, on the backside of TSN.  They would soak the wreckage in (JP4?), light it off, and then go after it...the fire.  Made for a heckuva show off the back deck of our NCO/EM Club!
Now, that gets the blood up, don't it! 

And Patton, too! 

When I was in the 1st Cav on Hood, we used to go down to the 2nd AD Museum on Ft. Hood sometimes, just to listen to the beginning speech of the movie, which was played every weekend there (maybe every day)....  Always good for a little surge of ready-for-the-field.

Man, that just made my whole week!

(I've already listened to it about 8 times.... time for no 9).
Sanger, now that I think about it, there's another Patton quote (albeit incertainly attributed and found in many forms) that seems uniquely appropriate for this song:
As I walk through the valley of death I fear no one, for I am the meanest mother****er in the valley!
His or not, that rather sums things up.
That sentiment was a fairly common wall locker decoratiion in Vietnam, but it was usually worded, "Yea, though I should walk through the Valley of Death, I shall fear no evil, for I am the evilest SOB in the Valley."

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Hellz yeah!!!