Black Korean War POW Buried in LA

January 2, 2014 | By

Me w/ korean schoolgirls
marry me korean

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First they just said "hello", and got all excited when I said "annyeoung" back to them. They asked me where I was from, and their teacher asked if her class could take a picture with me. After the picture, some of the girls kept pace with me, and one asked if I'd marry her ("sorry, too young!"). A bit later some other girls wanted their pictures taken with me as well. Omg tall swede.

Mike also got some attention flickr.com/photos/mroach/2458343827/in/set-72157604653448...

Black Korean War POW Buried in LA
Black Korean War POW Buried in L.A.. Missing for 63 Years. by Zachary Lester and Avis Thomas-Lester ... 1, 1950 during the historic bloody Battle of Kunu-ri, Korea. Clara Gantt, now 94, who was married to her husband for only two years when he became a ...
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“He told me, if anything happened to him, he wanted me to re-marry,” Clara Gantt said, but she never did. Clara Gantt told her husband, “You had a hard time getting me to say yes.” “Here I am, still his wife and will remain his wife until the Lord ...
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