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The Reunion of These Vietnam War Vets After 38 Years is Absolutely Touching

These Vietnam war vets prove that friendship is forever!

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The Vietnam War killed thousands during its time; however, friendships were also built during that era. A prime example is the story of two U.S. soldiers who served during the Vietnam war and became the best of friends. However, after the war, they went on with their lives and lost touch.

In 1971, Rick Mueller and Joe Martinez served during the Vietnam war in the navy aboard the U.S.S. White Plains. They were inseparable and were even called “M and M” — Martinez and Mueller.

Five years after they first met, at the time when there was no internet, Mueller tried to reach out to Martinez by calling up anyone in the phone book with the same name but with no success.

Little did Mueller know that Martinez was also in search for him. It was Martinez’s letter that connected them again. Mueller was able to finally contact the Joe Martinez he had been looking for years ago. Finally on that weekend in October 2014, best buds Joe and Rick finally met again.

Watch their touching reunion here:

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Instead of giving her a tip for the service she rendered, they wrote “LOL” and even added a harsh note on the receipt saying “1 hour for food”.

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Working student Jess Jones from Belmar, New Jersey waits table at the D’Jais Bar & Grill this summer to support herself while studying at  Rutgers University.

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This Guy Attempts The Most Gut-Wrenching Thing You’ll Ever See at Almost 1,000 Feet!

This made my palms sweat.

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Some people are just born to do the scariest stunts that will terrify normal human beings to death...and actually enjoy it! Spencer Seabrooke from British Columbia certainly proved that he has balls of steel - he slacklined from one cliff to the other, walking 64 meters to reach the end...and at 951 feet!

In this extremely nerve-wracking video, Spencer grunts and shouts as he walks on a rope, covering the gap between North Gully of Squamish's Stawamus Chief Mountain.

Doing this at almost 1000 feet...without a safety harness!

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