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You're an Anzac Day cynic, Homer?
A realist. We were only threatened once as a nation.Some of the other ventures were justified but now it is 'celebrated' with religious fervour.And the use of children to carry their parent's medals is simply absurd
No military service history in your family? Father/grandfather/uncle during WW2? Nothing from WW1?
of course. My old man was a stoker on the HMAS Hobart.
Interesting. WW2 Hobart, or the 1960's one? (I don't know your age - it could be either I guess.)
WW@ Steve I am in my 60s!
OK, well I think most people treat it as a respectful communitarian day, and I don't think it's exactly "celebrated" in an over zealous way. Kids and medals - I don't know, I find it hard to be concerned about that...
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