Know Your Medal of Honor Recipients:
Private First Class Jimmy W. Phipps (US Marine Corps) received his Medal of Honor for his actions on May 27, 1969, near An Hoa, Republic of Vietnam. His citation reads:
For conspicuous gallantry and intrepidity at the risk of his life above and beyond the call of duty while serving as a combat engineer with Company B in connection with combat operations against the enemy. Pfc. Phipps was a member of a 2-man combat engineer demolition team assigned to locate and destroy enemy artillery ordnance and concealed firing devices. After he had expended all of his explosives and blasting caps, Pfc. Phipps discovered a 175mm high explosive artillery round in a rice paddy. Suspecting that the enemy had attached the artillery round to a secondary explosive device, he warned other marines in the area to move to covered positions and prepared to destroy the round with a hand grenade. As he was attaching the hand grenade to a stake beside the artillery round, the fuse of the enemy's secondary explosive device ignited. Realizing that his assistant and the platoon commander were both within a few meters of him and that the imminent explosion could kill all 3 men, Pfc. Phipps grasped the hand grenade to his chest and dived forward to cover the enemy's explosive and the artillery round with his body, thereby shielding his companions from the detonation while absorbing the full and tremendous impact with his body. Pfc. Phipps' indomitable courage, inspiring initiative, and selfless devotion to duty saved the lives of 2 marines and upheld the highest traditions of the Marine Corps and the U.S. Naval Service. He gallantly gave his life for his country.
First Lieutenant Frederick Phisterer (US Army) received his Medal of Honor for his actions on December 31, 1862, at Stone River, Tennessee. His citation reads:
Voluntarily conveyed, under a heavy fire, information to the commander of a battalion of regular troops by which the battalion was saved from capture or annihilation.
Corporal Edwin Phoenix (US Army) received his Medal of Honor for his actions on September 26-28, 1874, near Red River, Texas. His citation reads:
Gallantry in action.
I just wanted to swing by the I’m just sayin… offices to wish my Mom a VERY HAPPY MOTHER’S DAY!!!!!! I hope she has a great day! Happy Mother’s Day to all of you other mothers out there, too! I hope all of you have a great day with your children (even if one of you would rather be with me… you know who you are).
Today we will look at Mom’s Top 5 shows…
4 The Edge of Night
3 Amos and Andy
2 I Love Lucy
1 Carol Burnett Show
The I’m just sayin… Top 747 TV Shows of All-Time
Below we will have the rank, show, and years that the show ran (and sometimes any notes/thoughts I might have).
414 The King of Queens 1998-2007
413 Beavis and Butt-head 1993-1997 I wasn't a fan of this one… but I know a lot of people were.
412 Donny & Marie 1976-1979
411 Not Necessarily the News 1983-1990
410 Pretty Little Liars 2010-present
409 Lois & Clark: The New Adventures of Superman 1993-1997
408 American Gladiators 1989-1993
407 Twin Peaks 1990–1991
406 The Real Ghostbusters 1986-1991 This was a good cartoon.
405 Muppets Tonight 1996-1998
404 The Bold Ones: The Lawyers 1968-1972
403 Shindig! 1964-1966
402 NewsRadio 1995-1999
401 House Calls 1979-1982
400 Zorro 1957-1959
399 The New Casper Cartoon Show 1963-1969
398 Charmed 1998-2006
397 Married... with Children 1987-1997 This is the show that taught me what life with a wife and kids would be like…
396 Mr. Belvedere 1985-1990 This was a funny show.
395 Let's Make a Deal 1963-1991, 2009-present This was always a fun game show to watch.
394 Major Dad 1989-1993
393 Fat Albert and the Cosby Kids 1972-1985 Great cartoon… if you aren't a fat kid named Albert. And since I wasn't a fat kid named Albert, I liked this show.
392 The Lineup 1954-1960
391 The O'Reilly Factor 1996-present
390 Grace Under Fire 1993-1998
The I’m just sayin… Gospel Verse of the Week
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