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Re: WWII-Japanese Internment Camps

Postby friedcoot » Mon Feb 17, 2014 10:41 pm

AKPirate wrote:I think Tiller and Boot should be interred along with Butta


Really ? And why Mr. P i rate ?
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Re: WWII-Japanese Internment Camps

Postby LeakyW8ers » Mon Feb 17, 2014 10:42 pm

Guys, take it easy on Butta. It's obviously the affects of the methane from his cranial-rectal inversion speaking.
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Re: WWII-Japanese Internment Camps

Postby AKPirate » Mon Feb 17, 2014 10:44 pm

friedcoot wrote:
AKPirate wrote:I think Tiller and Boot should be interred along with Butta


Really ? And why Mr. P i rate ?


I don't know Butta, but the other two think they are internet badasses
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Re: WWII-Japanese Internment Camps

Postby Tiler_J » Mon Feb 17, 2014 10:46 pm

LeakyW8ers wrote:Guys, take it easy on Butta. It's obviously the affects of the methane from his cranial-rectal inversion speaking.

Hey! I got his pic, I wonder if he would sign it for me?
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Re: WWII-Japanese Internment Camps

Postby Tiler_J » Mon Feb 17, 2014 10:49 pm

AKPirate wrote:
friedcoot wrote:
AKPirate wrote:I think Tiller and Boot should be interred along with Butta


Really ? And why Mr. P i rate ?


I don't know Butta, but the other two think they are internet badasses

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Re: WWII-Japanese Internment Camps

Postby Bootlipkiller » Mon Feb 17, 2014 10:50 pm

AKPirate wrote:
friedcoot wrote:
AKPirate wrote:I think Tiller and Boot should be interred along with Butta


Really ? And why Mr. P i rate ?


I don't know Butta, but the other two think they are internet badasses


It's Internet ninja! Get it right butt pirate!


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Re: WWII-Japanese Internment Camps

Postby AKPirate » Mon Feb 17, 2014 10:55 pm

Tiler_J wrote:
AKPirate wrote:
friedcoot wrote:
AKPirate wrote:I think Tiller and Boot should be interred along with Butta


Really ? And why Mr. P i rate ?


I don't know Butta, but the other two think they are internet badasses

We are not even in your league Tim! I feel privileged to be in your shadow. :bow:

Don't you have some baby seals that need clubbing?


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Re: WWII-Japanese Internment Camps

Postby AKPirate » Mon Feb 17, 2014 10:55 pm

Bootlipkiller wrote:
AKPirate wrote:
friedcoot wrote:
AKPirate wrote:I think Tiller and Boot should be interred along with Butta


Really ? And why Mr. P i rate ?


I don't know Butta, but the other two think they are internet badasses


It's Internet ninja! Get it right butt pirate!


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Re: WWII-Japanese Internment Camps

Postby Bootlipkiller » Mon Feb 17, 2014 10:56 pm

AKPirate wrote:
Tiler_J wrote:
AKPirate wrote:
friedcoot wrote:
AKPirate wrote:I think Tiller and Boot should be interred along with Butta


Really ? And why Mr. P i rate ?


I don't know Butta, but the other two think they are internet badasses

We are not even in your league Tim! I feel privileged to be in your shadow. :bow:

Don't you have some baby seals that need clubbing?


Seasons closed right now


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Re: WWII-Japanese Internment Camps

Postby Bootlipkiller » Mon Feb 17, 2014 10:57 pm

AKPirate wrote:
Bootlipkiller wrote:
AKPirate wrote:
friedcoot wrote:
AKPirate wrote:I think Tiller and Boot should be interred along with Butta


Really ? And why Mr. P i rate ?


I don't know Butta, but the other two think they are internet badasses


It's Internet ninja! Get it right butt pirate!


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Re: WWII-Japanese Internment Camps

Postby AKPirate » Mon Feb 17, 2014 11:09 pm

Bootlipkiller wrote:
AKPirate wrote:
Bootlipkiller wrote:
AKPirate wrote:
friedcoot wrote:
AKPirate wrote:I think Tiller and Boot should be interred along with Butta


Really ? And why Mr. P i rate ?


I don't know Butta, but the other two think they are internet badasses


It's Internet ninja! Get it right butt pirate!


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Re: WWII-Japanese Internment Camps

Postby friedcoot » Mon Feb 17, 2014 11:13 pm

Back to Ohio.
In all honesty, I have never met any Japanese duck hunters and doubt you will find any on this forum. However, you might want to check out Amazon Books as I'm sure there are plenty of texts you can purchase to use and build a decent Power Point presentation for your lesson. I believe that those interned were told they could not have radio's, guns, or camera's. So, finding pictures that someone might have are probably already published due to the fact that they will be limited. Thanks for stirring the pot out here.
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Re: WWII-Japanese Internment Camps

Postby Bootlipkiller » Mon Feb 17, 2014 11:24 pm

OP,look up Oji brothers farming on google. You will get contact info for John Oji. He was born in an internment camp in Colorado after the family farm in NorCal had been confiscated by the government. He's a very nice man and might be willing to help you.


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Re: WWII-Japanese Internment Camps

Postby ditchbanker » Mon Feb 17, 2014 11:48 pm

...as I wrote before
...I learned some stuff at the Manzanar Center
...well worth a stop if you are passing by

A couple thoughts:

I'm guessing ohioboy might be teaching about this particular subject for good reasons
...because
...have you noticed the Internment Camps were all on the West Coast?
...Why?...because the US was fearful of a Pacific Coast Invasion
...and even though their Constitutional rights were being VIOLATED
...many of those interned felt it was their DUTY as citizens to go willingly
...In order to protect our Country
...SO WHAT ABOUT OHIO???
...well...any person Interned in any of the camps (except those at Tule) were free to leave
...but only if they moved away from the Coast
...Many chose to move to the Midwest
...and many of those ended up in OHIO

Yes, it was a time of War and horrible shat happens in Wartimes
Interning Japanese Americans was an Unconstitutional crime
Not unlike some Constitutional crimes going on now
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Re: WWII-Japanese Internment Camps

Postby blackdog58 » Mon Feb 17, 2014 11:50 pm

I know John. Very good man, and is farming as well.

I also know families of Japanese Americans that fought in the war....while their families were in camps.

I swear, I thought I'd read it all on these duck forums until this one.

Hmm. I know one member here that'll go livid if he comes across this one.
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Re: WWII-Japanese Internment Camps

Postby slowshooter » Tue Feb 18, 2014 4:54 am

Butta boom wrote:Tora Tora Tora

How soon we forget

Twenty years from now we will likely memorialize the Fort Hood Shooter

We declared war against Japan, any actions we undertook we're justifiable under that declaration.

A Kamikaze is not just a drink.

While our acts may have been regrettable now, they should not make us afraid to wage war if necessary in the future.

If you don't believe me learn to speak Chinese.


It's a rare to find someone that is so deeply ignorant of history, who is at the same time completely unfamiliar with the Constitution. Then again, you made yourself easy to spot since you thought it was wise to pretend to be a good patriot, while simultaneously exposing a complete and utter lack of knowledge regarding what the Constitution affords US citizens… It's pretty safe to say that that you, despite your efforts to be perceived as a red-blooded true American patriot - haven't even read the document that the nation is founded upon.

First off, let's dispense with euphemisms. We didn't run interment camps. We didn't relocate people.

Let's make this abundantly and unalterably clear. We herded up our fellow citizens, we forced them to live in concentration camps, we violated the Constitution and the rule of law to which we promise to hew. An oath we make, each and every time we salute our flag and pledge our allegiance.

We took those American families out of their homes and then, upon release, we demanded they produce ownership papers for everything that they had previously owned. For many, papers been removed, lost, stolen or intentionally destroyed - meaning that citizens couldn't produce the paperwork to their own land and belongings. And so, they lost everything they didn't carry out of the camps. These weren't war criminals, they were our neighbors, friends and families.

The fact that you think that imprisoning fellow Americans regardless of what the Constitution demands, makes me wonder if your family was like many other white farming families of the time. Those which hated the Japanese for being different - but most importantly for being competing farmers.

The very best thing that I can say for you is that you've given your heirs a wonderful gift. It's not often a family is provided a legacy that won't soon be forgotten. That you would support the actions that imprisoned our fellow citizens, and say you would continue that support if it happened again? I can only hope the lessons that your father handed down to you, weren't lessons you decided to hand down to your children.

One can only hope that perhaps someday, they can live down the shame of their fathers.
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Re: WWII-Japanese Internment Camps

Postby TomKat » Tue Feb 18, 2014 6:31 am

Ahh, the Cali forum... So passionate, so wise and cutting edge.
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Re: WWII-Japanese Internment Camps

Postby clampdaddy » Tue Feb 18, 2014 7:12 am

TomKat wrote:Ahh, the Cali forum... So passionate, so wise and cutting edge.

What would you do without us.......go to the Kansas forum? :lol3:
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Re: WWII-Japanese Internment Camps

Postby TomKat » Tue Feb 18, 2014 7:30 am

We had German POW camps after the war most of the prisoners moved here
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Re: WWII-Japanese Internment Camps

Postby 3200 man » Tue Feb 18, 2014 8:09 am

Hey Pirate , they might , just as soon as the water is shut-off ?

I'll be watching while eating my sandwich , with nothing in it , I think ? :crying: :lol3: :lol3:
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Re: WWII-Japanese Internment Camps

Postby ohioboy » Tue Feb 18, 2014 9:34 am

Butta boom wrote:Before you ask for pictures of the interned Japanese, how many pictures of the eighteen year old boys that were serving their country, that were killed in a sneak attack on pearl harbor, are being used in the class.

Interned Japanese had weeks warning before they were interned, we would have enjoyed that same lead time. The interned Japanese that had property were treated well by their neighbors. The farmers in my area took care of those farms, and in many cases were returned to them after the war.

If the purpose of your curriculum is to dishonor our behavior in the second world war, you should be removed from any contact with our youth, let alone be a teacher.

For those of us that lost family in that war, the wounds are healed, but the distortion of history is intolerable.


well, i have my grandpa who was in the navy. i show pictures of him. here he is with my grandma who was a marine. pic was in 1944.

i think you missed my point. sorry for not being clear-this is not to dishonor anyone.
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Re: WWII-Japanese Internment Camps

Postby fish dog » Tue Feb 18, 2014 9:58 am

Well, not to argue about what happened or why....the OP might find this interesting...

http://www.fearnotrout.com/

...documentary on the Manzanar Fishing Club.

(preview here)

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=8UeirfXORdM

Although they didn't duck hunt (couldn't, weren't allowed guns), many risked their lives to sneak out to fish in the local streams.
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Re: WWII-Japanese Internment Camps

Postby ditchbanker » Tue Feb 18, 2014 10:49 am

fish dog wrote:Well, not to argue about what happened or why....the OP might find this interesting...

http://www.fearnotrout.com/

...documentary on the Manzanar Fishing Club.

(preview here)

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=8UeirfXORdM

Although they didn't duck hunt (couldn't, weren't allowed guns), many risked their lives to sneak out to fish in the local streams.


COOL...didnt see that at the Interpretive Center
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Re: WWII-Japanese Internment Camps

Postby Tiler_J » Tue Feb 18, 2014 10:56 am

TomKat wrote:Ahh, the Cali forum... So passionate, so wise and cutting edge.

Hey TK, you just stopping by or do you have something to contribute?

How'd the new and improved boat blind work this year? :beer:

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Re: WWII-Japanese Internment Camps

Postby ohioboy » Tue Feb 18, 2014 11:44 am

friedcoot wrote:Back to Ohio.
In all honesty, I have never met any Japanese duck hunters and doubt you will find any on this forum. However, you might want to check out Amazon Books as I'm sure there are plenty of texts you can purchase to use and build a decent Power Point presentation for your lesson. I believe that those interned were told they could not have radio's, guns, or camera's. So, finding pictures that someone might have are probably already published due to the fact that they will be limited. Thanks for stirring the pot out here.

Thanks for all the responses and leads. Sorry for stirring up the pot (i guess the crap at the bottom is burned). I know there has to be one Japanese duck hunter out there and I was hoping for something new and interesting, and like I said in the OP, making it personal is key.

Thanks gents.

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