Memorial Day Open Thread
Today we justly honor the many men and women who died while serving in our Armed Forces.
This year, more than most, I'm struck by the fact that war is not a distant memory, or an occasional event, but an ever-present condition.
In war news, Iraqi forces stormed Fallujah early this morning, backed by U.S. aircraft, to retake the city from ISIS. In Baghdad yesterday, ISIS suicide bombings claimed the lives of more than 20 people.
Meanwhile more than 700 migrants, including children, may have died in sea crossings this week.
Hopefully, some of you have something cheerful to write about, even if it's just how you spent your weekend. This is an open thread, all topics welcome.
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