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Missing Facebook Posts for May 28 on the following years; 2015(1 year ago), 2013(3 years ago), 2009(7 years ago) only.
Posts on these mentioned days must be matrixed with the Timeline/Timelines UNFAVORABLE with my current Timeline.
CURRENT Timeline Threads for “ON THIS DAY” POSTS May 28 are the years 2014,2012, 2011 and 2010 ONLY !
May 2012 Comments and Postings at Facebook by Me
From George Palaganas:”Thanks Balagskie! I miss your “Ethel Baba” dance steps and Bruno Mars guitar catching routines… LOL!”
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In response to John Aquino’s Comments about Cindy’s F.Tañedo Album on 28-May-2012: “Hey George your a Richard Gomez look alike here!”
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Going back to memory lane, Cindy’s F. Tañedo, circa 1990’s https://www.facebook.com/photo.php?fbid=3437728108434&set=a.1367962325583.2049077.1427450153&type=3&theater
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June 26 at 2:58am
From: “OIS” <email@example.com>View contact details
To: “Dr George Cainglet Palaganas” <firstname.lastname@example.org>
Indiana University and the Office of International Services are currently closed in observance of Memorial Day. We will resume our normal hours of operation on Tuesday May 29, 2012.
Office hours for Student and Scholar Services, International Admissions, & the Leo R. Dowling International Center are posted at http://ois.indiana.edu/about.php
Have a safe and happy holiday!
From: “Mitch McConnell” <email@example.com>Add sender to Contacts
Memorial Day 2012
Senator McConnell made the following statement honoring the members of our Armed Forces on this Memorial Day:
“This Memorial Day is a day for all Americans to honor the brave men and women in uniform who have served and defended our Nation—especially those who sacrificed their very lives for this sacred duty.
“It is only right that we set aside this day to remember those who have given us so much. Freedom as we know it in America could not exist without their heroism.
“On Memorial Day, we honor servicemembers who laid down their lives fighting under the command of General George Washington, to those who have perished in Afghanistan and Iraq. What a legacy of fighting for freedom our country has. I am proud to live in a Nation that boasts the bravest warriors in the world.
“I am honored to serve my fellow Kentuckians, who understand the importance of this day more, I think, than most. Kentucky has a proud tradition of military service that is upheld today by the many Armed Forces members at our State’s military bases, the members of the Kentucky National Guard, our Reservists, and Kentuckians fighting around the world.
“Since September 11, 2001, 107 Kentucky servicemembers have fallen while fighting for their country. I’ve also been honored to meet many of the family members of these soldiers, sailors, airmen, and Marines who did not return home.
“I’ve let them know that their loved ones will not be forgotten. Memorial Day is a chance to make sure that message is heard loud and clear across America.
“I want to share with you a special story about one soldier in particular from Kentucky. Sergeant Felipe Pereira of the 101st Airborne Division, based out of Fort Campbell, Kentucky, was recently awarded the Nation’s second-highest military honor, the Distinguished Service Cross, for his acts of bravery in battle.
“Sergeant Pereira is the first soldier from the 101st Airborne to be awarded the Distinguished Service Cross since the Vietnam War.
“According to the award citation, on November 1, 2010, in Kandahar province, Afghanistan, a squad of soldiers that included Sergeant Pereira was on dismounted patrol when an improvised explosive device went off, killing two of Sergeant Pereira’s comrades and wounding the sergeant with shrapnel that caused his lung to begin to collapse.
“As an enemy ambush began to unfold, ‘with little regard for his own safety or care,’ Sergeant Pereira drove an all-terrain vehicle into enemy fire to help evacuate wounded soldiers.
“After moving the first set of casualties, the sergeant went back into the line of fire once more to help others. Sergeant Pereira is credited with ‘saving the lives of two of his fellow soldiers while risking his own [on] multiple occasions. Only after all the wounded soldiers had been evacuated and were receiving medical care did he accept treatment himself.’
“Sergeant Pereira’s selfless actions demand our admiration and respect. What’s more, so does his selfless attitude about his bravery on that fateful day. This is what he said:
“’Every time I have the opportunity, I always say remember those that gave the ultimate sacrifice. I still get to come back and enjoy barbecues with my family and their love and everything. Those guys, they really gave it all. Those are truly the heroes. Just remember those guys. I think even on a happy occasion like this, I think we need to celebrate their life and their sacrifice.’
“I can’t improve on those words. Sergeant Pereira has captured the meaning of Memorial Day right there, in those words of wisdom.
“So I hope this Memorial Day, people will heed the advice of Sergeant Felipe Pereira. The men and women who “really gave it all” are truly the heroes. And this Monday is their day to receive our admiration and our respect. I know my friends in Kentucky and people across America will not forget that.”
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Flores De Mayo 2012 at the Araneta Center https://www.facebook.com/photo.php?fbid=3436846006382&set=a.3007582675067.2132900.1427450153&type=3&theater
More photos of Santacruzan here. http://www.bbpilipinas.com/stacruzan2012.php. Photo credits : Bruce Casanova. Special thanks to Bing Cristobal (our stylist) and designers Jot Losa, Jontie Martinez, Lloyd Arceo and Philip Tampus.