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 Post subject: Confederate spy?
PostPosted: Mon Sep 28, 2020 10:49 am 
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Playing a blind meeting equal strength engagement at Chancellorsville, and I happened to catch the flag behind ol' Wadsworth. :shock:
So this is why I can't buy a win!!!! :lol: :lol:


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PostPosted: Mon Sep 28, 2020 11:04 am 
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It does drive me nuts when the games default OOB does not sync with the updated files. At Antietam and other places I have quite a few regiments in blue, some in grey, some with US flags, others with Reb flags. All I need is some Redcoats and SS troops to complete the set. A Sherman tank would be nice as well.

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See Mike Terhune about that sherman.

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I am afraid that the poor, Yankee Colonel has been misinformed.

There is no such thing as a Confederate spy. All spies are Yankees.

Any Confederate engaged in such activities is simply a Patriot!

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Denny Holt wrote:
I am afraid that the poor, Yankee Colonel has been misinformed.

There is no such thing as a Confederate spy. All spies are Yankees.

Any Confederate engaged in such activities is simply a Patriot!


Yes, sir!

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Well...its good to know when the both of your all's military careers fall by the wayside, you will have a great career in comedy! I haven't laughed that hard in a long time!

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warhorse123 wrote:
Well...its good to know when the both of your all's military careers fall by the wayside, you will have a great career in comedy! I haven't laughed that hard in a long time!


"your all's" THE MAN SAID?!

YOUR ALL'S!

Lord, I think he is trying to say "y'alls"! Bless your heart. Say it with me Y'ALL's. It can be singular or plural - doesn't matter.

We will turn this whole Club Confederate before we are through, sir! Now for required readin' may I suggest the definitive book on the Southern Language...

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On a more factual historical note a documentary on the History Channel was about how Wadsworth was in fact Henry Thomas Harrison, Longstreet's spy at Gettysburg, so the having the Confederate flag behind his picture is very appropriate.

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Well there ya'll have it. (is that better, General Meadows?) General McOmish has cleared up all this confusion. Oh, by the way, General. The word isn't "spy". It's "patriot". :roll:
General Meadows, I'll take you up on that Southern vocabulary lesson when we can have some real time to devote to it while you wile away the remaining days of the war on comfortable Johnson Island! Captain, should you survive this battle, you are more than welcome to join him. :lol:
Lucky for you boys, it's really close to Cedar Point. I'll see what I can do about giving you at least one day of your prison term at this wonderful park. :D

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Denny Holt wrote:
I am afraid that the poor, Yankee Colonel has been misinformed.

There is no such thing as a Confederate spy. All spies are Yankees.

Any Confederate engaged in such activities is simply a Patriot!


What? No Upvote buttons on this forum?

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Sadly, no. However, I'm sure they would be used for legitimate comments, not the trash heap of lies and falsehood spoken by your fellow officers here. :D

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