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November 09, 2015

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Dan Reynolds

A tiny, off-point correction (but perhaps appropriate for today, Veterans Day): The Selective Service letter opened with a cold, terse, singular "Greeting"--not the warm fuzzy plural "Greetings" your kinder memory credits it with. Forty-eight years later to the day but I can still see it.

Bob Strassfeld

Dan,

Thanks for setting me straight. As I mentioned, I never got such a letter (and have just about the flattest feet known to humankind). I feel guilty about stirring your memories.

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