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Remembering attacks on America

Dear Editor,
Many Americans remember what they were doing.
I, too, remember sitting at home glued to the TV, numb, horrified but not alone. I had my phone in my hand talking to my sister. Wishing I could scoop up all my family and friends and have each one near. Close at heart.
Ten years later I will remember. After a day of reflections, TV, memorials, flags flown at half mast.
I decided to go to bingo.
A great American past time, nothing usual for anyone who knows me.
Anyway, (I want to thank the VFW, not because I won ...

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