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Enthusiast Donating Member (1000+ posts) Send PM | Profile | Ignore Mon Oct-07-13 02:43 PM
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2. Public sentiments on the war did
eventually catch up with those of the anti-war people. I was a high school student during the 1960s. If I could recognize the domino theory as so much bullshit I guess the rest of the population could too.

I passed my physical. I remember the weird day when I traveled by bus to the place where they did the physicals. It was not unlike Alice's Restaurant. Although I didn't see a group W bench. My number turned out to be a low one - 97. They did not take quite that high, but it was too close for comfort. So I managed to avoid the great patriotic war.
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