Forgetting History

CorkyE

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Nov 4, 2004
11,931
Ringgold, GA
Pearl Harbor, December 7th, 1941, 2,400 killed, and hardly a word in the media. Sad status of the current situation we live under.
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ls777z

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Feb 19, 2000
2,341
Clay,NY
That’s what we do now. Concentrate on the serious issues…like what Kardashian is dating who? What wrongfully detained athlete has to endure everyday in a foreign jail? Someone hurt my feelings…how much $$$ can I sue for?
 

70lt1z28

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Oct 3, 1999
5,034
Beavercreek, Ohio, USA
It's funny what hindsight can provide. I was just thinking about what I was doing when I was 18. Hot-rodding my Z28 and racing dirt bikes, high school and girls. My biggest worry was losing my drivers license (which I did). My Dad was pulling dead bodies out of the water and fighting fires while the world around him was going to hell. I never thought about it when I was 18 but i think alot about it now. How different our lives were from each other.
 

Da-bigguy

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Jan 19, 2010
6,278
Cypress, TX
While I was out and about today, I did notice a few places that had their flags at half-mast so I thought that was very nice of them.
 

Green hornet

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Oct 11, 2015
2,145
North Bay, CA
Not only is it not mentioned in the news, it’s not mentioned in schools either. The kids have no idea. Few years ago I asked my child if any teachers talked about it, he said not a word. What a shame.
 




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