<strong>How To Spend 11.5 Hours In Dallas.</strong>
Huffington Post - 4 months
Yeap, just that, not twelve hours, not a whole entire day - but just a few hours in passing through the megapolis of Texas. Done with JFK? not quite yet. The generations who remember clearly the day in 1963 when the handsome president was assassinated (see the excellent 2006 film by Emilio Estevez, "Bobby") can tell you how vivid the day had been and how traumatizing the event was.
For younger adults, they have learned in school that important part of American history, when sensational events were only reported by newshounds from TV and radio channels, no Internet, no Twitter, no instant info.
In the case of JFK's assassination, hundreds of visual witnesses came forward to document what happened that day with their eyes, their cameras, and their cute little Kodaks.
But enough said, I did not come to Dallas for that or to see any of the ever present memorabilia about the tragic happenstance. I went to see the vibrant city, the skyscrapers, the football fans, and of course,
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