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WWII veteran receives diploma

February 26, 2014

FAIRMONT — In December 1944, gas was 61 cents a gallon. Bread was 9 cents a loaf. Minimum wage was 30 cents....

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DickieVeesHairdresser

Feb-26-14 7:01 PM

Somehow I knew that some of you would be able to crap on even the nicest of stories, such as this. How about some congratulations for a member of the Greatest Generation instead of your usual********and moaning?

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blue5011

Feb-26-14 9:26 AM

Reading this article tells me that even back during WW2 we had liberals in academia. Normally I am not vindictive, but in this case the superintendent should have be sued, "see you in the bread line"...

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beatitudes

Feb-26-14 9:02 AM

Kudos to everyone involved. What a great story. Looking forward to seeing it on the local cable access channel.

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