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Armistice Veterans Day

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It was on the 11th hour of the 11th month in 1918 that “The Great War” ended.  Thaw was what the he first World War (no one expected the second- but they should have) was called that back then.    It’s the name my father learned, too- and it was among the last sanctioned battles in which my grandfather (my mother’s father) was a participant.

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Veteran’s Day. Almost 100 years old…

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It was on the 11th hour of the 11th month in 1918 that “The Great War” ended.  The first World War (no one expected the second- but they should have) was called that back then.    It’s the name my father learned, too- and it was among the last sanctioned battles in which my grandfather (my mother’s father) was a participant.

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The Ides of March… Plus 3

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An auspicious day.  Today is the birthday of someone who has made a big difference in my life.  I met Sam 39 years ago.  He was a young man then (and I was a kid).    We made great things together.  And, I’m honored to have him as a friend.

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