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August 1, 2007

David: The Clarity Of Youth

“Well, honey, I didn’t agree with the reasons we were told for going to war, and I had a moral objection to taking someone’s life. So, when they tried to make me fight, I moved to a magical land called ‘Canada,’ where no one would ask me to kill anyone. I was free to write protest songs and petition our government.

‘I’m a hero, sweetie. I helped save the lives of all those young boys and girls who would have died had the war continued.”

The girl started wailing and ran out of the room. “Moooom! Dad’s a dirty hippie!”

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