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Join date: Apr 2008
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Just today I was talking with some parents who were in their 30s and mentioned the 40th anniversary of the Kent State killings. They had absolutely no idea what I was talking about. Had never heard of it before. So I put it into perspective for them. I said "Imagine if you sent your child off to a University and then one day Got the news that your child was shot dead by our National Guard all because our own government had primed them into Believing that these anti-war protesting students were a serious risk to national security"

Their eyes went wide as it sank in. Then I said "This really did happen 40 years ago in this country" One of the students killed was simply walking to her next class. Several of the wounded were bystanders. The young parents I spoke with learned something today. I cannot believe this could be forgotten. Convinces me that this needs to be told again and again. I put something together.

In remembrance of the four students who died on May 4th, 1970 at Kent State University. Shot down by the National Guard. A very dark day in American history and a tragedy that did not have to happen and let's hope will never happen again. 9 more students were wounded that day.

Join date: May 2007
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i have seen your videos on youtube before. as a neil young fan i love your covers and this one is great too.
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Join date: Nov 2007
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we're finally on our own...
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You are EXTREMELY WRONG! I have played it. I own an 18W and it would be an awful stereo amp, it's way too bright, breaks up too easily and so on. Secondly, why would a guitar store sell an hifi amp.
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Join date: Sep 2008
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That doomed opening riff on Ohio never fails to make the hairs stand up on my neck. Neil's acoustic renditions of this song are just as chilling.
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Join date: May 2009
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Very nice job. And I just watched your Like a Hurricane video. That was awesome...playing and video wise.