Originally Posted by NLOVNIT
I just caught this post. Thanks for sharing (& bringing back good memories), Gary. The Baby Boomers truely had the best of childhoods.
WELL, our pre-teenage lives were pretty much war free, and the years right after high school were sandwiched in between the Korean and Vietnam conflicts - I served 2 years in the Army from 1955-57 at Walter Reed Hospital in D.C. as an orderly on a Leukemia ward - duty was pretty laid back in those years as well.
Turning back the clock would be neat - the teenagers and 20 year olds in today's world really have no clue as to what this nation has lost of it's soul, morality, and character over the last 60 years or so - and sadly, it just keeps getting worse and worse...
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