Wednesday, December 28, 2005


Brad bought a copy of a newspaper that was printed the next day. Pearl harbor was one of the events that turned the wolrd towards World War 2. I never would have thought of the significance of Pearl harbor if we hadn't visited.

6 comments:

tracey-leigh said...

Hi Lisa

Have you seen the film 'Pearl Harbour'? It got slated by the critics, but it's one of my favourite films. People that were actually there watched it and said it brought back so many memories.

Looks like you guys are having a great time.

Happy New Year

TLC
x

Anonymous said...

i hope by "the wrold" you mean the United States, because most of the world was already fighting in world war 2, including Canada.

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Lisa's Diet said...

It's been along time since history 12 in highschool but I just heard someone say that and thought I'd mention it. Tonight in the hottub we were talking to 2 guys in the military and one of them who was 21 said he had shot a teenage boy when he was stationed in the Middle East, because he came to close to a America Vechical after being warned. I never think about the things like that happening in this world, it's in no way apart of my life. Everyone says how horrible and sad war is, and I agree, but never really thought much about it before.

t said...

a thin red line

saving private ryan

behind enemy lines

just to name a few movies that really make you think.,

i sometimes wished i'd never seen them but it really does make you think.

see behind enemy lines lisa. owen wilson in his first serious role.
some gross scenes but so worth knowoing about what happened 'over there'.

Anonymous said...

we were soldiers (mel gibson). another one i wished i'd never seen but such a good movie.
t