Re: Two thumbs down on the black caucus
- From: Miss Elaine Eos <Misc@xxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxx>
- Date: Sun, 19 Apr 2009 08:59:15 -0700
In article <1fqmg7fsqk3yn.pokzmp5w5xxj.dlg@xxxxxxxxxx>,
Bob Borgeson <bob_b@xxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxx> wrote:
Unfortunately, knowledge about WWII is largely being lost. I know my
younger colleagues at work know very little and, worse, don't find it
Other than the "life-lessons learned" angle, in what way is WW2 relevant
to today's youth?
And, taking into account those life-lessons, how is it any more or less
relevant than any other source of said lessons?
Please take off your pants or I won't read your e-mail.
I will not, no matter how "good" the deal, patronise any business which sends
unsolicited commercial e-mail or that advertises in discussion newsgroups.
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