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    Remember Pear Harbor

    May be never forget the men and women who died at Pearl Harbor , Dec 7,1941
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    Quote Originally Posted by etcallhome View Post
    May be never forget the men and women who died at Pearl Harbor , Dec 7,1941
    Since I used my eye drops and I can see !

    May we never forget the Men and Women who died at Pear Harbor, Dec 7, 1941 !
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    Quote Originally Posted by etcallhome View Post
    Since I used my eye drops and I can see !

    May we never forget the Men and Women who died at Pear Harbor, Dec 7, 1941 !
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    I think most Americans have forgotten Pearl Harbor, just as some have forgotten 9/11. All I've seen on the news media the last few days is Nelson Mandela, who wasn't even an American. Our news media seems to hype some stories, while overlooking the important and more relevant ones. Just my opinion.

    Sorry for getting off-topic, now back on topic.

    The words of FDR are as famous as Lincoln's Gettysburg address, and just as poignant. I have toured the Arizona Memorial, and it's an eery feeling your have walking above the sunken ship and reading the names. May we never forget all who died to make and to keep this country free.
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    Quote Originally Posted by T-Mo View Post
    I think most Americans have forgotten Pearl Harbor, just as some have forgotten 9/11. All I've seen on the news media the last few days is Nelson Mandela, who wasn't even an American. Our news media seems to hype some stories, while overlooking the important and more relevant ones. Just my opinion.

    Sorry for getting off-topic, now back on topic.

    The words of FDR are as famous as Lincoln's Gettysburg address, and just as poignant. I have toured the Arizona Memorial, and it's an eery feeling your have walking above the sunken ship and reading the names. May we never forget all who died to make and to keep this country free.
    I too have been to the Arizona Memorial and I agree; it is an eerie feeling...but the word eerie doesn't really completely describe it for me, there was also a feeling of great tragedy and an almost palpable presence that defies description.
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    I too would like to visit the Arizona.


    I have a feeling my allergies would get to me there, you know, all the local wild flowers and such.
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    It's such a beautiful place. It's hard to imagine all the terrible things that happened that day.

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    Nice Post, may we never forget....
    My grandfather sure talked about it quite a bit, he went through there at some point right after it had happened..
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    Quote Originally Posted by Texkev View Post
    Nice Post, may we never forget....
    My grandfather sure talked about it quite a bit, he went through there at some point right after it had happened..
    My Dad was in the aggregate ( crushed limestone for concrete; e.g. runways) business during WWII, and wasn't drafted, but basically told he was needed doing what he was doing. They tried to get him to build a plant of some kind in Hawaii, but he refused to go. At that time they didn't know if the Japanese were coming back or not.
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    Quote Originally Posted by 2LaneCruzer View Post
    My Dad was in the aggregate ( crushed limestone for concrete; e.g. runways) business during WWII, and wasn't drafted, but basically told he was needed doing what he was doing. They tried to get him to build a plant of some kind in Hawaii, but he refused to go. At that time they didn't know if the Japanese were coming back or not.
    He should have asked the government, they probably knew the first time.
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