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May 29, 2017
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All gave some for my likes, and some gave all for my likes.

Memorial Day is more than a day off of work for me.

It’s a day where I take the time to honor and salute the brave members of our military who have made the ultimate sacrifice.

They sacrificed their lives so I could post about their deaths on social media this day every year and get a guaranteed handful of likes out of it.

Our brave soldiers weren’t forced to do this. The United States hasn’t actively drafted people since 1973. However, these men and women in our armed forces enlisted to risk their lives for my online popularity, and I’ll never be able to fully repay them.

All gave some for my likes, and some gave all for my likes.

Whether a simple text status, selfie with an American flag overlay, generic Memorial Day graphic, or any other style of post I deem appropriate and highest ‘like potential’ for a given social media platform, I don’t take my freedom of this choice and ability lightly. It is a privilege of the highest honor.

All gave some for my likes, and some gave all for my likes.

Either way, it’s important we all take a second out of our busy days to like my posts to prove to our fallen heroes, their families, and everyone else that you care about and appreciate their service.

You certainly wouldn’t want to be a selfish and ungrateful person who doesn’t care about them by not liking my posts.

See you in November!

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