On 12/8/2021 6:01 PM, Bill Barber via olympus wrote:
As a long time user and collector of things OM, the time has come for me to let
go of much of what I have and send it to live with others with similar
interest. We all get to this point at some point in our life. Fortunately I
realize it now and my treasures may escape an estate sell, Goodwill or the
dump. This may sound like I am on my death bed and I am not. The back story is
that I am 77 years old,
Can't say I'm sorry about that, or I'd have to be sorry for myself, which I'm
have Parkinson's Disease and a couple of other maladies as the result of daily
exposure to Agent Orange in Vietnam. No tears please. I came home relatively
Oh my. I won't tear up, but I can express my condolences about your conditions. I hope the rest of your journey is at
least not bad.
I've not been a terribly decisive person, overall, in my life; rather, the opposite. I have, though, had many many
occasions to be pleased that, the Monday morning after LBJ announced the end of married deferments, I was on the
doorstop of the Coast Guard recruiting office before it opened. Alacrity, and a bit of subsequent luck, landed me in CG
boot camp, rather than Vietnam.
Imaginary Brother in OM Moose
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