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  1. Patriots4Ever

    Patriots4Ever Third String But Playing on Special Teams

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    When you think of the word 'Patriots'.A word given to the 3 time Superbowl champions,a term coined to those who stand up and fight for freedom at all costs,passionetely defending there morals with integrity and persistance.What usually first comes to mind to you all when you see our guys in the Colors of America come running out onto that turf.I don't think there has been one single game where I get chills when I see that happen.God Bless the USA and as we come upon the dawn of the 41st NFL season.LETS GO PATRIOTS!!!!!!
     
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    I think of the original Patriots, George Washington, Thomas Jefferson, John Adams, Gino Cappeletti, Nance, Babe Parilli, etc. Just kidding about the last 3 guys, Our country isn't very old, but it is the greatest free country in the world, and I'm very proud of the wonderful men and women fighting to preserve those freedoms first earned by the original Patriots.
     
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    Not to mention Sam Adams, who was both an original patriot and a New England Patriot!

    But you're right, the USA is the greatest country in the world, not just the greatest free country.
     
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    and a beer :eat3:
     
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