Google ignores D-Day; celebrates June 6 as anniversary of first drive-in (seriously)

If you want a great indicator of generational  differences, read this article from Commentary magazine today. It’s hard to believe, but Google cited June 6 as the anniversary of the opening of the first drive-in…and not, the anniversary of D-Day.

Follow the link in the article to Ronald Reagan’s wonderful speech about “the boys of Pointe du Hoc.”

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davidcravit

. Vice President, Zoomer Media Ltd. . Author of "The New Old" . 30 years experience in marketing communications, advertising, media . Speaker, writer, commentator on the revolution in aging and how to market to Boomers and seniors

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