Forgetting History


Veteran Member
May 1, 2002
Phoenix, AZ
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 $$$ can I sue for?
They let that dope carrying moron out today. She will probably stay there so she can make more $$$ playing there. The Stockholm syndrome draft. A new technique they're trying out.


Lifetime Gold Member
Jun 1, 2005
Scott from Hamilton, NJ
There was a story about in my local paper. it was mentioned on my local news today. And a story on the national news tonight. Seems jlike it was remembered to me.
Now I see some local ceremonies were held. And my FB feed was loaded with pics, etc., last night. I'm sure the cable channels that love WW2 like history had shows, but I can't confirm.

Sure seemed remembered, at least in NJ.


Veteran Member
Lifetime Gold Member
Feb 12, 2011
atlanta, ga
When we start to forget our great history as a Country, then we forget who we are as a Nation.
or worse the HISTORY to suite a current narrative...then teach THAT! at least (the best I know) the history I was taught was the ACTUAL FACT support stuff....not some "individuals" IDEA of what happened.


Veteran Member
Oct 9, 2020
along with his "buddy-system" boyhood pal Wesley, my late father HAD been stationed aboard BB-43 Tennessee for about a year, until about a week before Dec 07, when dad was transferred to the light cruiser CL-12 Marblehead (then part of the Asiatic Fleet and on station near Java). Dad's buddy Wesley barely survived the attack at Pearl. I became acquainted with him and with his son as well. Marblehead caught hell; many killed. I've met many of her crew as well during ship's reunions; until the numbers of remaining crew became so few. Sad; but I remember Proudly ! Sons such as us will likely be the last to remember; sux!