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Re: The South Bronx of the 1980's

Posted by SMAZ on Mon Aug 2 01:51:06 2010, in response to Re: The South Bronx of the 1980's, posted by Steve B-8AVEXP on Sun Aug 1 20:36:43 2010.

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My uncle has a similiar story from WW2 in Italy though it was my mother who told it to me. He was a HS student and when air raid sirens went off, they would all go into the bunkers. This happened often. One day the sirens went off and everybody went to the bunkers....except my uncle who just had a bad feeling about it. Defying all logic and common sense, and his teachers and classmates imploring him to join them, he went and took a stroll in the streets with bombs falling over all over the place.
When it was over he went back to the school. There had been a direct hit on the bunker and everybody was dead.

Needless to say, he became very religous after that.
I never asked him about it.

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