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Book One World War Three 1946

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Wednesday, April 11, 2012

Diary of Burt Post Sept. 10th, 1946

That killing in July made the news again today. Still no arrests in that massacre in Georgia where those 4 Negros were pulled out of their car and shot over 60 times. Two men and two women shot down in cold blood after one was released on bail. Nobody saw nothing. Sounds pretty fishy to me. One was a decorated veteran.

I got a letter from Phil. That's two in a week. Pops says he' writing them in Florida twice also. Something must be going on for him to write that often. Something big. He can't say where he is of course but his letter had a kind of dried out smell and sweat stains on it like he had dripped sweat as he was writing. Makes me think he's somewhere hot. Enough of that before some FBI guy gets a hold of this and I get in trouble.

Can your diary be uses as evidence? Isn't that like self incrimination?

We decided to plant a Victory Garden once again and Maxine is looking ahead and getting seed catalogues sent to us. I really hate rutabaga but it does make for good pasty filling. I guess the old Welsh miners knew what they were doing. They sure make good pasties up north in the UP of Michigan. I'm glad Maxine learned how to make them. Pretty handy in the old lunch pail.

Bob and Ade are jealous when I pull that still hot pasty out of the newspaper wrapper. Nothing like a hot lunch on a cool September afternoon.

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