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5 Oh Deuce v 5 Oh SinkSummary: What if the war had ended by Christmas? The Band of Brothers 506th Easy Company finally verse the Brothers in Arms 502nd Fox Company in the football game that never happened.Note: May be historically incorrect.Holy hell, I cant believe Uncle Sam kept his word! exclaimed George Luz. Who knew wed actually be versing those 5 oh Douches in a football game?!The day was exciting. As promised, the war had ended by Christmas. Operation Market Garden had been successful as the elements of the 506th and 502nd pushed the Krauts back into Germany after crossing the Rhine rivers in Holland, allowing reinforcement to advance into their country. Now the whole of Easy Company was allowed to play a football game against the whole of Fox Company from the 502nd.George Luz, Skip Muck, Alex Penkala, Bill Guarnere, Joe Liebgott, and Joe Toye of Easy Company joked around as they walked towards the field where most of their friends talked frie
An Epiphany for MichelleAfter watching Band of Brothers and reading two books: one by Bill Guarnere and Babe Heffron and another by Don Malarkey, I learned a few things that actually changed me. These men who served in World War II were called the greatest generation because of their hardiness during the depression and the war.During the depression, you couldn't do jack. You had to keep your family together and start doing chores when you were 5. When you got out of elementary school, you got a job to help mom and dad get money and food on the table. You had to listen to your parents to survive. Responsibility became the survival key.It deeply touched me that these kids could do so much even though they were young. Kids these days, our generation, we don't do shit anymore. All we do is become fat while laying around on our couches eating potato chips and playing videogames. I tell you, if we put our generation in their shoes they'd be fucked sideways and wouldn't survive the Depression. I started to listen