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December 07, 2003
Pearl Harbor, and a Lesson

Today is Pearl Harbor Day.

This is the battleship U.S.S. Arizona in the 1930s:


The U.S.S. Arizona and 1177 of her crew today:


America can have a long memory. It would behoove our enemies to realize that the last time we went to war after an unprovoked attack, it ended in fire.

[More from Michelle, SGT Hook, Matt, Jeff, Charles, and Misha.]

[And from Beaker here and here. And Acidman, Mamamontezz, Aaron, Democritus, Charles, and Serenity.]

[And Mike the Marine and Eric.]

Posted by Russ at 03:20 PM, December 7, 2003 in Nat'l Security

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