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Initial Deliberation It seemed like a good idea at the moment seeing that I was sincerely apathetic towards the thought of launching any sort of effort in finishing my essay mainly concerning me processing thoughts I simply lay on the sofa well broken in at this point from our previous encounters and decided anyone with a higher rank than captain would be unsuitable seeing as they would steadily drop points from my delicate scale of self-esteem with their loud commanding voices and cramped quarters Feeling overwhelmed I pulled out a blanket snuggled in and took a nap After several hours more than intended I woke up feeling refreshed replenished and some other word in that category I decided that it was time to address the most important issue in my mind aside from a trip to the lavatory so I grabbed a chair a phone and a snack While methodically that is right methodically chewing the last of the Oreos I placed a call to one of my fathers better friends knowledgeable of the fact that he had served in the Vietnam war in his mid-twenties He agreed to being interviewed as long it wouldnt take up to much of his time to which I heartily consented The Interview Hello Mr Brodsky thank you for taking time out of your day to have this interview with me I would suppose this sort of occasion calls for pleasantries but I am a man of few pleasures get to the point Glad to comply what would you say is the most valuable thing you learned from your experience in the war Listen once and listen well there is nothing to be learned from war Mr Brodsky surely you cant be serious as a veteran you should be very conscientious of how war has shaped history giving us what we have today Putting on that perspective isnt going to get anywhere particularly since it is dehumanizing in
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