The things you learn on the Internet! In fact, what did we do before the Internet changed our lives? I got my first computer that had a modem for dial-up access to the Internet in 1993. In the first few weeks, I used up an entire ream of paper, printing out stuff that I had read. Then I realized that I didn’t have to print out everything I had read; it would be there forever, or least for a long time.
Today I read this in an article written by James Zumwalt on 9/19/10:
A sobering piece of evidence of this evil were the words “Never Again”—scratched into a gas chamber wall by a Jewish victim minutes before death as a warning to future generations. (more…)