From: West Yorkshire, England
I agree with Lutzow, and I see Jim's point...(as if you all care).
I also agree with Zakhal. In my immediate circle of friends and acquaintances, I know of no one that has my interest in history much less military history. I love you guys, here at Matrix, but that being said it's rather lonely not to be able to share your passion face to face with someone (gave up crazy women after thrid divorce, of course that is a very subjective opinon . The only person here at Matrix that is even close is the guy (forget his name at the moment) that lives in San Diego, I'm down near the border in the Colorado Desert. Yeah, yep, there's just tons of militrary historians running around here.
Of course we care!
Even excluding (as if I dare!) the games by Matrix, one of the main reasons I spend so much time with you guys on this forum is because it's the only place I get to talk rubbish all day long about gaming and military history without someone falling asleep. Well, ok, you lot might fall asleep at your PC's reading my posts, but if I can't see you do it, all is good hehe!! I try to talk to friends and family about it, but their eyes glaze over and that's the end of another conversation. What did we all do before the Internet?!?!
< Message edited by Jim_H -- 2/7/2009 9:16:06 PM >
2nd Lt. George Rice: Looks like you guys are going to be surrounded.
Richard Winters: We're paratroopers, Lieutenant, we're supposed to be surrounded.