proof of age
Kim & Rima McKinzey
rkm at SLIP.NET
Fri Feb 4 07:54:07 UTC 2000
>> For some reason this discussion reminds me of an anecdote from long ago:
>> Sign on window of establishment where liquor was served: "You must have
>> proof of age. Remembering where you were when you heard that Kennedy
>> was assassinated is *not* proof of age."
>What if you
> A. remember where you were when you heard FDR had died AND
> B. remember comparing reactions to FDR's death in office
> with JFK's death in office?
Apologies for going off topic - but I think it interesting that my husband,
a forensic psychologist, when getting a person's history, will ask about
memories of either JFK's assasination or FDR's death - depending on the age
of the patient. Fortunately or not, younger patients do not have that sort
of defining moment to call up.
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