Okay, I’m not that into country music, but I got me a soft spot for Johnny Cash and Willie Nelson.
Veteran’s Day was originally Armistice Day, and it was about the end of The Great War — what we would eventually call World War I. Once there was a second great war, we started calling the day Veteran’s Day. Now, few vets of those days remain with us. Even the Boomers who fought in the Vietnam war are getting Social Security checks.
So most Americans will celebrate the day off of work not with remembrances, but with low, low sale prices.