Now I'm even more impressed,
That quickly from strike to landing. The man has nerves of steel. I know very few people who could make that kind of rapid fire decision and do so well
Much diluted and bastardized (for the sake of "fairness", "inclusion" and "self-esteem") - the term "Hero" isn't meant to be applied to those who do what's expected of them, nor to those who "try really hard".A Hero is someone who reaches deep within himself in a time of need and performs such acts for the good of others as would be considered nearly impossible for anyone - pushing his abilities far beyond their normal capacity, to achieve something truly incredible.Chesley 'Sully' Sullenberger is such a Hero - mark him well - you may not see his like again. - MuscleDaddy
Agreed. This country has fallen far from when I was a kid. I pray that we can pull it back from the edge, but the whining masses have done so much to undercut responsibility, courage, and patriotism that I begin to doubt and wonder if the American experiment has run its course.
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