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I absolutely do. And getting up and down for our Dad to change the channel for him, (the few channels we had back in the day...!!!) or to adjust the rabbit ears for him. We were human remotes back then, I guess. We definitely got some exercise when watching television with dear ole Dad. :-) Oh and let's not forget being told to back up from the TV or we'd ruin our eyes. πŸ’›πŸ’™πŸ’œπŸ’š
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Today is Pearl Harbor Remembrance Day. Pictured: On May 27, 1942, Enlisted men of the Naval Air Station at Kaneohe, Hawaii, place leis on the graves of their comrades killed in the Japanese attack on Pearl Harbor on December 7, 1941.

Over 2,000 Americans died in the Pearl Harbor attacks and nearly as many were wounded. Within nine minutes of being struck by a 1,760 pound bomb, the U.S.S. Arizona sat at the bottom of the ocean, entombing 900 sailors and marines within its hull; a total of 1,177 Arizona crewmen died that day. A solemn reminder, that Freedom is never Free.
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This is how we started our school day!
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