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One more thing. Today I took a moment to remember those who gave their lives at Pearl Harbor. The war was fought by my grandparent’s generation but I am thankful for their sacrifices so that we could have the lives we lead today.
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Jack's Shack December 9, 2005 at 5:42 am
It sadly is another indication that the further away we get from some dates the easier it is to forget.
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BarbaraFromCalifornia December 8, 2005 at 3:44 pm
My grandfather and father were military veterans. I thought Pearl Harbor day was the 6th of December all these years.
I watch the T.V. news daily, and do not remember hearing it mentioned. Thank you for drawing our attention to this day with such a nice tribute.
Alan aka Avrum ben Avrum December 8, 2005 at 9:35 am
Good Show! That you should make mention of Pearl Harbor day as I neither heard nor saw anyone else, including the morning news, even mention it! What a pity and sad commentary indeed that this day “that will live in infamy” is seemingly remembered by so few! Both my step-father and his brother, Harold and Jack Grossman, (OBM) were survivors of that awful Sunday morning aboard the USS Chew.
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