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Ukraine’s much-anticipated counteroffensive is shaping up to be a long, bloody fight rather than a sign that victory is on the horizon, the United States’ top military officials said Thursday.
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I am so fed up with the war in Ukraine. I talked to a guy that is also fed up. He was very extreme.
” What we should do is have all the allies drop nuclear bombs on Russia at once. Total surprise, and they wouldn’t be able to defend it. Russia would not be a real nation after that. Just fragmentation.”
I didn’t even know how to respond! That would be awful. Millions of people dying, because of one man’s dictatorship. What about the fallout??
Three days ago I came down with COVID, my second time. Wednesday was a nightmare. I was so weak I could hardly go to the bathroom. When I did try I dribbled in my PJ’s all the way. I had no control. Very hopeless feeling.
Today I am much better! Got the right medicine. Feel 90% OK. My wife came down with it too.
Just finished an interview with the daughter of a WWII nurse. Some gripping thoughts there. The nurse, Velma Sundet was a hero to many soldiers during the war. She saved many lives.
I only have one other interview left. That is with a Gold Star father. I will be talking to him this week.
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