We’re Finally On Our Own
This post is a little late. But I couldn’t get it out of my head, so here we go.
On May 4, there was a remembrance for the people killed and wounded at Kent State University in 1971.
So , let me take you back to those times.
As a teenager , one of the things that all males of my age had in the back of our minds was the draft. The Selective Service had a lottery to determine in what order young men of draft age could be called upon to serve their country. Your date of birth was the determining factor.
If, for instance , June 4 was called first, everyone with that birth date would be first in line to go into the service.
Every year the lottery would take place.
Why was there such concern about this, you ask? Well, we were at war in a country…
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