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Default December 7, 1941 Remembering Pearl Harbor

Remembering those who were lost, and those who survived.

http://www.ccdemo.info/PearlHarbor/P...emembered.html
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Default December 7, 1941 Remembering Pearl Harbor

On Thu, 7 Dec 2006 14:12:34 -0800, "Dave Bugg"
rummaged among random neurons and opined:

Remembering those who were lost, and those who survived.

http://www.ccdemo.info/PearlHarbor/P...emembered.html


Thank you. The DH's father was at Pearl Harbor on BB48, which was
sunk. He survived by climbing out of the water in his skivvies. The
Red Cross offered to sell him a blanket. The Salvation Army gave him
clothes and food.

Donate to the Salvation Army. We're still p*ssed at the Red Cross (and
it was worse after Katrina, IMHO).

OB: The DH's father loved long cooked grits, and I think of him every
time I cook them, God bless him.

Terry Pulliam Burd

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Why not guilt all the Murderers .

Franklin Delano Roosevelt setup up Pearl Harbor .

Shooting fish in a barrel .



Bush needs lower oil prices , sacrifice some more young
Americans ....

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Default December 7, 1941 Remembering Pearl Harbor

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Terry Pulliam Burd wrote:

On Thu, 7 Dec 2006 14:12:34 -0800, "Dave Bugg"
rummaged among random neurons and opined:

Remembering those who were lost, and those who survived.

http://www.ccdemo.info/PearlHarbor/P...emembered.html


Thank you. The DH's father was at Pearl Harbor on BB48, which was
sunk. He survived by climbing out of the water in his skivvies. The
Red Cross offered to sell him a blanket. The Salvation Army gave him
clothes and food.

Donate to the Salvation Army. We're still p*ssed at the Red Cross (and
it was worse after Katrina, IMHO).

OB: The DH's father loved long cooked grits, and I think of him every
time I cook them, God bless him.

Terry Pulliam Burd


The salvation army are pretty much the only charity that gets donations
from me anymore. :-)

Goodwill is too wasteful, Red Cross is over run by bureaucracy and I
have yet to see _any_ good works from United Way. All UW does in my area
is take badly needed money that should be used for _local_ programs.
They do squat for the poor and homeless in the towns where they collect
money. :-(
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