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The coronavirus outbreak is changing how people commemorate Memorial Day, but there are still plenty of events planned across the United States. We at Casino Extreme are honoring in our way, the brave men and women who gave their lives for homeland. We prepared free spins honoring Memorial Day!

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As usually, on our blog we give you the chance to tell us how you keep the freedom flame burning and memories alive and we will reward you with up to 100 free spins. You can write your thoughts regarding Memorial Day in the comment below this post, as well as your username.

This will be a great opportunity to say “thank you” to all who were willing to sacrifice their lives so others could be free. Feel free to mention your loved ones who sacrificed, if you have any. Or, simply describe your thinking on this topic. Your comments should reflect the ways you honor tradition and pay respect to heroes. Tell us about what goes through your mind on occasion such as this one and in what way you preserve the memory of predecessors.


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33 thoughts on “Free Spins Honoring Memorial Day

  1. It’s been a long time since I made plans to go to a picnic or bbq for Memorial Day. These days, I usually commemorate the holiday by being lazy, relaxing, and spontaneous. I have the freedom to do whatever i want to, so I do.

  2. No one in my family was in the military but I had a coworker that I was really close to. It made me sad cause we worked in cars so whenever a car alarm would go off it would give him PTSD. He would hide under a car but I was always there to calm him down. Not much of a great story like all the rest of the people on here that are gonna be writing but that’s my only story

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  3. I wake up every memorial day and say a little prayer for all those that have sacrificed so that I can be free today my father is an army vet and I thank him and all those that do what they do


  4. Memorial Day to me not only recognizes thise who have served our Nation in the past, but those who serve us now.
    Whether military, first responders, medical personnel, teachers, etc.
    Anyone willing to serve thrur fellow man during memorable moments deserves our respect, support and prayers.
    Showing them through any kind of support, how they’ve positively impacted our world, shows them they have made the right ch k ices through sacrifice and selflessness, encouraging them to continue and inspiring others to do the same.

    Thank you all. In memoriam or today!

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  5. This Memorial Day May be the most important one of our generation. During these trying times, through this pandemic our great country continues to persevere because of all the heroes that fearlessly go out to help those in need, gambling with their own health everyday. Memorial Day is all about paying homage and giving thanks to our heroes because America was built on their courage and strength.

  6. We usually barbeque with family, laugh and celebrate our freedom drinking poolside.. Post covid19 things are different…Still appreciate the sacrifice of all our service men however this year it will be alone..Staying home to keep my boy safe…My son is high risk so thanks to all you service men and women…God bless

  7. I spend Memorial day with my family my father served 20 years in the United States Airforce Force, so I’ll give a shoutout to him and both my cousins that also Serve and one still now, and to all the fallen soldiers that we’ve lost. On momeral day like this I use go love to go out and go see one of the air shows at a Air Force bases and watch some jets fly at sound braking speeds. Barbecue and eat good the go play on Casino Extreme!

  8. Being a veteran myself, I have found that the most meaningful way to show appreciation is in small kind gestures. For example, I was waiting at the bar at a local restaurant for my call in order to be finished. While waiting I struck up a conversation with a woman older than me ( about 50-55 years old. At some point in the conversation me being a veteran came up, she said thank you for your service as her name was called to pay for her to go order. 5 mins later my name was called and the man had told me that my order had been paid for and a note had been left. The note read, “Thank you for your service and sacrifice, God bless.” I cannot explain why, but this one gesture has meant so much to me and I think we should all try to do the same as we find ourselves in situations like those.


    Regardless of this Coronavirus outbreak, or any other epidemic we have or may face; Memorial Day must always be remembered, recognized, prioritized, and celebrated. Without those who braved as heroic, selfless, respectable, loved ones; we may not even have the opportunity to face, and hopefully overcome such challenges!

  10. My wife is an active duty military personnel in the United States Army. She is currently stationed overseas and has been gone for almost year now. Today I celebrate Memorial Day not just for her but also for my father who was also a member of the United States Army and served for almost 20 years until his untimely death. The kids and I released some balloons for the both of them today and quickly went b back inside to get the video call from Shannon, my wife. It was a nice visit and she will be coming home soon. We miss her very much and would like to wish her a happy and safe Memorial Day.

  11. I want to thank three of my best friends in the world. Although a couple decades older than me, they have showed me what true brother hood is and I am so honored to be called a brother by them! Brothers – Joe, Mike, and Lenny are all surviving Vietnam Vets. They, unlike countless other brave men and women who served our country, were fortunate enough to make it back home. But yet these three brave men have to struggle through their memories of war every day from the time they wake up untill the time they go to bed! Two of the three, were are unfortunate victims of agent orange and have to deal with the unforseen side effects on a daily basis as life continues to go on. I am thankful for what these brothers have done for our freedom and proud to be chosen as a close friend and brother. I have heard their stories and can only imagine what it’s like to have walked in their shoes and fought for their lives in the jungles far, far, away from home! I am proud and always more than happy, to give them a shoulder to lean on whenever in need and will continue to do so as long as I am blessed. To that , I would like to thank all of our great – brave, men and women, alive or fallen, who have served our country, and given America the daily freedoms we are all so blessed and fortunate to have. Without them, there would be no freedom!! – Gary

  12. Hi! In my family, we usually spend time with each other and our extended family and visit ones who have passed on.


  13. To me this is a time to spent with family because life is to short we can’t predict the future but we can pray and thank God for every day he protect us and spare us for the day so for me time is precious yes we all are on lockdown now but God will save us all and protect us in this difficult time. My heart and prayers go out to all people that is infected with this pandemic but God will be there for us in his name I pray for everyone.

  14. “It is from numberless diverse acts of courage and belief that human history is shaped. Each time a man stands up for an ideal, or acts to improve the lot of others, or strikes out against injustice, he sends forth a tiny ripple of hope, and crossing each other from a million different centers of energy and daring, those ripples build a current that can sweep down the mightiest walls of oppression and resistance.” – Robert F. Kennedy

    These words are what describe the importance of Memorial Day to me. It’s because of those with the bravery and courage to fight in all past and present wars only to save our personal freedoms at home worlds away from most of our conflicts. It might just be a cookout day for some but for me it’s a day to remember none of these holiday gatherings would be possible with out those men and women who have put themselves in harms way to see that the citizens and even non citizens that are welcomed here to build a new life here in this great nation can enjoy these leisurely luxuries this holiday.

    Now for this dark time, during this pandemic I think this day can also be days to remember any fallen victim to COVID-19 and especially those in our health care putting themselves at risk in order to protect and treat the sick and weak at the best of their ability to preserve our nation the best they can! It will be okay! The USA will not fall and will prevail! Happy Memorial Day and please … wash your hands 😎👍🏼 Bpfraser09

  15. But grief is not the end…I seem to hear the funeral march become a paean. I see beyond the forest the moving banners of a hidden column. Our dead brothers still live for us, and bid us think of life, not death – of life to which in their youth they lent the passion and joy of the spring. As I listen, the great chorus of life and joy begins again, and amid the awful orchestra of seen and unseen powers and destinies of good and evil our trumpets sound once more a note of daring, hope, and will.

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  16. I think for most people I forget what memorial day is about but I think even that is alright at times because what we end up doing is spending time with family and friends and in a way we’re still honoring those who served because that’s why they do it so we have that freedom of choice to have barbecues and picnics and play with your kids and play with yourpets hang out with your friends people you haven’t seen in awhile just a reason to get together and enjoy the freedom of life we have here and for casino extreme to offer amazing bonus was 100 free spins well that’s worth the paragraph for two. thank you to all the veterans all the people serving currently and thank you to casino extreme for giving me this opportunity to win a hundred free spins definitely an oil customer and I’ll continue to play at casino extreme.

  17. Memorial day is always an emotional day for myself. I lost a grandfather to war as we’ll as 3 soldiers in my unit during operation Iraqi freedom . Countless others have saceifed all and to them I salute. War makes you see a side of man you would rather not have got a glimpse of. The only talisman I have to show for it is a severe case of PTSD, I would do it all over again though. I love to live in the land of the free, BECAUSE of the brave.

  18. Well, my father was a Naval Photographer-and normally we would have a BBQ. Instead we had to be apart from one another this year. Though that was the case, we spoke on the phone and made sure all was okay in our lives.
    Maybe next year we will get together and make up for this year.

  19. As a teacher to young kids, previously in Milwaukee, and currently in Chicago, I have chosen to work with the HeadStart program, therefore the children I am with often come from homes in which they struggle day to day. The parents I have met do not let this define them and no matter how they have to hustle to try and make money for their family, some of them have shown me that their dedication is greater than that of anyone I have seen. Whether their job is being a stripper or working at a fast food joint, they always impress me with the effort they put forth to make sure their children are being placed on an educational path that could allow them to make different choices in life, perhaps go to college, have a career path and sense of hard work and appreciation of the work they do but also the work that has been done by those around them that allowed them to get where they are.

    I have seen how hard it can be on both child and parent when the child may be getting dropped off to the before school program as early as 6am only to be picked up from the after school program at 6pm, only allowing for a small window of time to spend with family and eachother before night comes and the cycle resets. Some children have parents who are incarcerated, some have parents that have passed away due to violence in the community or the struggles of addiction, leaving a void in their life.

    For parents who have limited time with their kids, I make it a point to photograph and document things both mundane and monumental that happen while they are in my classroom, some parents like to have photos printed, and the documentation hand written, some like it texted to them. This opens a new door to the bond between the parent and child when the parent can actively discuss things they know their child accomplished and children feel less separation from their parents as a result.

    For the children who are lacking the parental figure in their life, myself and a co teacher have spent time incorporating community and community leaders into our curriculum, showing children the people they can turn to and the community they can get involved with and that they are not alone, as the exact people may not always be around for them to turn to as they get older, but the fundamental role is still in existence. It has allowed for opportunities to present themselves where police officers come into the classroom, and that short time spent creating positive bonds and perceptions, has often changed the attitude of the child towards authority or towards the other leaders that run the community.

    We also bring in people we are friends with or have become acquainted with who hold jobs like doctors, lawyers, business owners, etc., to expose the children to people who they one day could become if they work hard.

    Constantly stressing the importance of hard work, defying the odds, overcoming obstacles, knowing the people in the community who are there to protect and help them, and also offering opportunities for positive interactions with their parents with the time they do have together, has all encompassed an overarching theme in which a child learns about appreciating and respecting the hard work of their parents, the heroes at home, who may not be out fighting for our country on the front lines, but they are figting their own fight every day, leaving their child so long, working jobs that they aren’t proud of. When you begin to bring light to enough people in this same position, maybe in a way it is like a small army of parents who are hoping to one day create a better country and better world for their children to be a part of as they grow into adults.

    The same idea extends to the positive experiences and interactions we attempt to create to break the stigma of certain members of our community like police officers, or to give a face and a personality to the doctors and lawyers and other successful people who these children never could relate to, let alone dream to aspire to be like them one day or turn to them in times of need due to the human view of occupations that society has otherwise placed out of reach of these children and those before them.

    Everything starts with children, so instilling these ideas and themes at a young age can provide a promising future in which this world may just be a little bit better as a result of those children.

    Lastly, I’d like to think of these children as those worth honoring as they are also fighting battles that are so rarely given proper attention. Instead of grouping these children by shared loss or issues, we like give credence to each individual voice of each child who fights their own battle, whether it be big or small, we want to show them they are heroes in their own right.

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  20. My Dad was in the army but all his other brothers were also so he wasn’t in active duty. He drove his commander around everywhere and was given a honorable discharge. All his other brothers made it home also. That was sweet.


  21. Celebrating 4th of July is a great way to keep the memories of ask our fallen angles alive. God Bless America

  22. Thank you to all brave men and women who fought for our freedom and liberty. To those who left behind family members let them remember wht was fought for . And that was not to come divided as Mexican, Africans, Asians, Caucasians, Jamacian, its coming together as Americans as 1 nation. God bless

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