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The original thread ran here: Chris Kyle - The American Sniper - shot dead today!!!
The city of Hamilton, Texas (population around 3,100) is hosting the First Annual Chris Kyle Memorial Roping and Auction. There's a link to a store/donation page if you're so inclined: Gear | 2014 Chris Kyle Memorial Roping & Auction
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There's not enough people like this to lose them so soon.
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CBS just ran a piece on his wife, including some footage of him with his kids, and his memorial service. Three anchors, not a dry eye between them. I suspect the same was true of the viewing audience.
Taken from us far too soon, but he clearly has left a legacy.
Prayers for him and his family.
May the both of You RIP, Forever and Beyond. The Service you did for your Brothers and Sisters in Arms
and the Great USA, iS, WAS, And Always be a Call Above Duty. I Salute YOU.
RIP gentlemen...............Thank You for being the men you were and handling your business with such dedication .
Lest we forget! Cream of the crop at the tip of the sword!
True American Heros
and thank you for all you have done for our Country
Makes me think of the Billy Joel song, Only the good die young. Not the rest of the song, only the title.
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Wish we had more Heros like those two. RIP and God be with your family and our troops.
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I just purchased the DVD and my son and I watched it last night. The man was a quality person that worked his way through his demons that would haunt any thinking man. My hat is off to him and his family. Just hope the low life that back shot him gets what is due to him in prison.
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Don't watch the DVD. Actually read the book. The movie was nice, but changed up a lot of the facts to make things seem more dramatic, and unnecessarily so. The book is much more interesting.
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My family just finished watching it on the Roku. Wow, what a story and what a man. It helped me understand the conditions our men have and are fighting in overseas. Godspeed gentlemen!