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    Post Re: Remembering the 1940's

    They were the best of times they were the worst of times.

    Had to say that.

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    Post Re: Remembering the 1940's

    It must've been glorious to live within a bygone era/decade such as the 1920s, 30s, and 40s. These times were definately a vivid period to experience. Even despite the depression of America during the 30s affecting the worldwide economy a bit.

    People were much more refined back then, life was much simpler, and relaxing.

    The past must be preserved, for without a past is no real glory, unity or pride.

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