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BTI’s Rants and Ramblings: Honoring the Hardest working people of America

I know it’s not Memorial Day, but this video was circling the blog world this weekend and I think I might make it a tradition for my post on holidays to be in honor of the troops overseas. Plus, we are coming into the 10-year anniversary of 9-11, which means that many families in this country have been dealing with their loved ones being gone, in danger, for a decade now. It looks like those troops are slowly but surely making their way home, but as we celebrate the working men and women of America today, lets not forget the men and women working the hardest not in this country. If this video doesn’t make you tear up, I don’t know what will:

Article written by Bryan the Intern

14 Comments for BTI’s Rants and Ramblings: Honoring the Hardest working people of America



  1. USUCK
    9:09 am September 5, 2011 Permalink

    Nice work BTI you UK hating junior college loving WKU tard. Just say youre an A$$ and we can move on. Instead you pull the kid/military parent video trying to make us forget you hate UK.



  2. batonrougecat
    9:13 am September 5, 2011 Permalink

    HOOAH, nicely said BTI. Thank you to all our service members…espeacilly the spec ops guys out there getting it done.



  3. Bull from Night Corut
    9:42 am September 5, 2011 Permalink

    Hardest working people in the country? Please. Most of the guys who join the service are too dumb to get into college and end up sitting on their donkeys overseas playing video games.



  4. BeeSting
    9:51 am September 5, 2011 Permalink

    Way to mix us up today. Was expecting statistics, assanine assumptions and a creeping naseous feeling in the pit of my stomach…but NO, you get us all misty-eyed and patriotic. Damn you. You suck even when you don’t!



  5. 3 fan
    9:52 am September 5, 2011 Permalink

    God Bless our troops!



  6. Kingscuba89
    10:42 am September 5, 2011 Permalink

    #3) I wouldnt put down the people that actually have the balls to go over and fight for our freedom. If it wasn’t for them you couldn’t do what you do. There out there everyday and night while you get to come home to your loved ones. They don’t.



  7. JackB
    10:59 am September 5, 2011 Permalink

    Demographically speaking, the military is more like society than #3 claims. Of course there is a higher than average level of duty and honor, but #3 isn’t looking for that.

    FWIW, this may not be Memorial Day, but I was listening to Mark Richt on the radio this morning (I live in ATL), and he mentioned that today was Memorial Day. Apparently Boise State sacked him at least once in addition to the six they put on UGA’s QB.



  8. wall-knight-teague
    11:36 am September 5, 2011 Permalink

    #3. Not to sound like a jerk and stuff but think of it this way: These guys never get to see their loved ones and miss them so much while they are in constant danger fighting to defend their rights and freedoms. They may or may not be the smartest people in the world but so what? They care enough about their family, friends, and country to put their lives on the line for them and that just shows that they have outstanding character



  9. wildcat_marine
    12:21 pm September 5, 2011 Permalink

    As a vet, I will defend my fellow troops by saying that you are completely wrong Michael Moore (#3). Some do join the military for the guaranteed paycheck, but the majority are some of the hardest working, most dedicated and highly intelligent individuals you will come across. I am now working in the civilian sector and the camaraderie, structure and discipline you find in the military exists nowhere else that I’ve found in the civilian world. I am disappointed there are Americans who bash the sacrifices their own countrymen make but I come across it every day. Here’s to you #3 and may you never have to use your supreme intelligence to make a split second decision that could determine the fate of dozens of lives. Go USA. Go Cats.



  10. Jacob
    2:03 pm September 5, 2011 Permalink

    #3) While I may not agree with your comment, I will fight for your right to say it.



  11. RidgeRunner
    3:30 pm September 5, 2011 Permalink

    Timely BTI and never hesitate about dedicating anything to the troops…



  12. anonymous
    3:56 pm September 5, 2011 Permalink

    3: too dumb to get into college? please. most service men and women are enrolled in college right now, taking classes when they can. if not, they most definitely are using there GI bill when they separate. And what are most young college students doing? Binge drinking while they stumble through college to a degree that took much longer than anticipated, and digging themselves into debt or having daddy pay for it. But thats ok, because while we are getting real world career experience and a salary, you and daddy are paying for our college too (taxes). Now who is stupid?



  13. Tim
    8:04 am September 6, 2011 Permalink

    Hey Bryan
    You are an Idiot!!!
    You need to explain why you went to work at WHAS last friday wearing WKU gear and said UK is not worthy of you wearing their gear!!! Explain yourself, retard!!!!!!!!!!!



  14. Tim
    8:18 am September 6, 2011 Permalink

    Hey Bryan
    You are a moron!!!! You need to explain why you showed up at your job at WHAS Radio on Friday wearing WKU Gear and told Mandy Connell UK was not worthy of you wearing their gear!!! WHO THE HELL ARE YOU, ANYWAY???
    You sound like a fair weather fan! Jerk!!