again. It's about the third or fourth time that I have seen that movie. Schindler's list, We Were Soldiers, Band of Brothers on HBO and other super realistic war movies bother me. I understand all the reasons people go to war and I agree with what is happening in the middle east. I am glad the Ken has his son home safely. I haven't been to any war mormorials in the USA, but I have been to and have seen the hundreds of thousands of American, Canadian, French, Italian, Irish, English, and Australian names written on the entrance arch to the city Ypres in Belgium and the endless white crosses in the poppy flanders fields. The concept of all that have died and fought and returned home never to be "innocent" again deeply bothers me. My father still refuses to talk about his years in the Viet Nam conflict and My Grandfather was never able to work again after his time fighting in world war two. After USCG stuff, I talk to some of the older guys at the VFW hall and listen to how they feel noone appreciates them and it bothers me. The whole concept of war bothers me -- I just don't like it.