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Summer of Saget (III): Saget buries his playoff hopes.

September 1, 2017

US Veterans can request burial at Arlington National Cemetery. There are roughly 400,000 graves there presently, dating back to the War Between the States. Further expansion of the 624 acres is expected. More after the break.

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“Killed Indians and Mexicans, but freed slaves. Go figure.” [His is not to wonder why… –Ed.]

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Robert E. Lee’s front porch. [Not the Asian ESPN sportscaster…–Ed.]

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“French asshole/architect of confusing DC streets”

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His tomb:

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Lee’s house:

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High ranking guys flank Medal of Honor recipient:

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Marilyn Monroe’s lover and his wife:

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