At 12:01am, the Armed Forces officially ended the “Don’t Ask Don’t Tell” policy for good, meaning that gays and lesbians can now serve openly in the military.  The policy, which was put in place in 1993 has been the source of much controversey.  

- This means there will now be some pretty tastefully decorated foxholes out there! 

- When you think about it, Gays have a lot in common with the Marines:  They’re both looking for a few good men. 

- The Military quashed rumors that the “Purple Heart” would be renamed the “Marvelously Mauve Heart”.