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Â Memorial Day A Quick Reminder. Â Here are just a few facts about Memorial Day Â I thought we should remember[ Â Decorations Day. Â Some historians say that Decorations day is what we now call Memorial Day. Â In the South mainly in the mountain regions. Â Decorations Day is still recognized. Â In these rare occasions it is usually a family owned graveyard. Â These family owned graveyards hold the remains of family ancestors Â from long ago fought wars and much more recent ones as well. Â The celebration is a lot like todays more modern Memorial Day Â In fact the TERM POTLUCK derived from "Decoration Day" celebrations. Â Memorial Day Â "Memorial Day" was first used in 1882. It was officially adopted in 1967. Â However, The slow adoption of the term "Memorial Day" began right after WW2. Â Memorial Day became the awesome three day weekend we all know and love. Â When, congress passed the "The Uniform Monday Holiday Act" in 1968. Â The Modern Day Holiday. Â The Twenty First Century version of this Great and Important day Â has lost its luster for most Vets. in 2002 the VFW put a Statement Out. Â Changing the date merely to create three-day weekends has undermined Â the very meaning of the day. No doubt, this has contributed Â a lot to the general public's nonchalant observance of Memorial Day. Â Congress passed the "National Moment Of Remembrance" Â this bill suggests that people stop at 1500 (3 pm) Â and observe a moment of silence for our fallen soldiers. Â As the flag is raised on the Morning of Memorial Day, Â it is BRISKLY Raised to the top of the staff Â then slowly and sadly dropped to half staff ONLY until Noon. Â As a Vet I do take this holiday a little more seriously than most. Â I am not asking people to not have fun and enjoy the begging of Summer. Â I would just like people to remember WHY they are eating burnt BBQ Â and drinking luke warm beer. Â And maybe just maybe at 1500 or 3pm we could have Â just a moment of silence for the Brave men and women Â that have died to give you the FREEDOM to enjoy this GREAT Country. Â Thanks for listening and please Like and Share.
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This week's rounds are Music (Classical Covers), Poland, Plurals (Quickfire), and Music Too. The music is Varshavianka (The Song of Warsaw, Poland) by Leon Lishner and Friends.