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"The right to buy weapons is the right to be free." -A.E. van Vogt
I remember my wedding anniversary as D-Day+1.
I also remember my mom's birthday as the day Hiroshima was bombed....The joys of a minor in military history
In 1994, my dad called me and during the course of the conversation asked me if I knew what the date was. I said "Sure Pop, it's the 25th anniversary of Neil Armstrong walking on the moon."He laughed and reminded me it was also his and my mom's anniversary. It's a good thing you posted that because it's next Friday and I almost forgot it again.Thanks,Keith
all yr security codes are (relatively) obscure historical dates, picked to help you remember the dates as much as remember the PIN number or whatever?...or is that just me...?:-)
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