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(Washington Post)   A reporter's eyewitness news story on the aftermath of the Pearl Harbor attack published for the first time 71-years later. Okay technically it's not a "news" story so much as a history lesson now, but it's still very good   ( washingtonpost.com) divider line
    More: Interesting, Pearl Harbor, news stories, lorry, firebombing  
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2012-12-07 09:09:43 PM  
2 votes:
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Before math

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After math
2012-12-07 05:49:53 PM  
2 votes:
I was told there would be no after math.
2012-12-07 10:41:43 PM  
1 vote:

Beerbarian: I was previously taught that a red T on the forehead stood for tourniquet. I find it hard to believe that medics were applying tetanus shots...but I guess it's possible.

It's quite possible she was confused, as one doesn't normally find tourniquets in the kitchen.
2012-12-07 10:16:05 PM  
1 vote:
After Math, PE.

/dodgeball, mofos!
2012-12-07 09:09:41 PM  
1 vote:

toddalmighty: I was told there would be no after math.

Here ya go:

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2012-12-07 08:47:24 PM  
1 vote:
2012-12-07 08:44:26 PM  
1 vote:
she's a slow writer
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