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While masticating your recent post, not on line , but in my head, I find a striking similarity between what you know and our young people know. You FEEL nothing about your history, except what you read in books. You didn't live it. Never experienced the day to day anxiety, fears and ultimate satisfaction of stopping aggression in its tracks. Books are massaged by their writers, to convey their own particular bent. To really see it every day changes you and no books can tell you what it was like. In our country we had Korea, the first conflict we decided not to win, then Vietnam, which we very capable of winning. To read stuff on those events is nothing like I remember. So, I don't count. The young, including my Grandson in College, now know it all. As you do. Don't start clapping your hands in joy, because the snakes you are dealing with, your Grand Parents, and their parents already dealt with them in the only way possible. I was pissed off about Korea, Vietnam, even Iraq and Afghanistan (which an astute individual with Internet access knows we are being told we lost). So America has lost the last 4 conflicts we engaged in, according to the "writer" of the literature our young are going to be subjected to. Your Country ain't no different. You, are part of the problem. Not the solution.
I declare central Florida the telltale and you can't do a thing about it. It's not about the presence of the snakes in the Glades, it's if they are found above the traditional frost line indicating that global warming has expanded their range. You should be seeing armadillos on the roadside up there any minute then.