I Have Never Served in the Military
There are many things that I have done in my life that I am glad that I did. And there are many things that I wish I had done differently. There are some things that I have done in my life that I am proud of. And there are some things that I did that I am ashamed of. But there are a lot of things that I have never done in my life—like serve in the military.
I don’t know which one of my articles a recent critic of mine is referring to. All she said was: “Your ludicrous comment about America doing the wrong thing by bombing Japan is sheer ignorance and nothing more than a useless opinion. My question is how long did you serve in the military?”
Because I have hundreds and hundreds of articles online—some of them dating back fifteen or twenty years—I regularly receive e-mail regarding old articles that someone stumbled across.
I have no idea which article of mine my critic is referring to. I have condemned the atomic bombing of Japan in numerous articles and referred readers to the work of John Denson. I have also written here about the U.S. bombing of Japan before and after the atomic
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