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One of those 'D'oh! Why didn't we do that' moments -- One of my favorite parts about Time magazine (yes, I read magazines too -- a lot of them, actually!) is their "Five things..." Each week they highlight five classic movie DVDs, five movies you may have missed, five mystery books worth reading... whatever... This week, they feature five riveting soldier blogs. (If you can't get the story, send me an e-mail with the subject: "Soldier blogs.")
The blogs they mention:

A soldier's thoughts
misoldierthoughts.blogspot.com

Boots in Baghdad
bootsinbaghdad.blogspot.com

Life in this girl's Army
sgtlizzie.blogspot.com

365 and a wake up
thunder6.typepad.com

Ma Deuce Gunner
madeucegunners.blogspot.com

Posted by Christopher Dorobek on Sep 21, 2005 at 12:14 PM


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