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During World War I Brigadier General Douglas MacArthur�s Iowans and Alabamians quickly overran their objectives, despite the fact that Major George Patton�s tanks, in MacArthur�s words �soon bogged down in mud.� Being the men they were, a macho duel between the two was inevitable. It came in the midst of enemy shellfire. Both stood erect, eyeing each other as the chumps crept closer. According to Patton, �We stood and talked but neither was much interested in what the other said as we could not get our minds off the shells.� According to MacArthur, Patton flinched at one point and then looked annoyed with himself, whereupon the brigadier said dryly, �Don�t worry, major, you never hear the one that gets you.� pg 115.
William Manchester, American Caesar: Douglas MacArthur (Little, Brown, 1978) (Dell paperback ed 1979) 946 pgs.