|22 Sure they do.
CHAPTER 1061 But then came the day that will live in infamy,
3 Never to be forgotten by the Yanks,
5 As long as there is still a single Yank alive to remember the exact moment when Japan and Germany lost the war,
6 aWhich happened at seven o'clock A.M., Pacific time,
7 bOn December 7th,
9 When about a million Nip dplanes and ships came out of nowhere,
10 eAnd attacked Pearl Harbor,
11 Without warning,
12 Completely by surprise,
13 And killed about two thousand Yanksf,
14 gFor no reason.
CHAPTER 1071 The Yanks were mad about Pearl Harbor, of course,
2 But maybe not quite as mad as they were hsurprised,
3 And offended,
4 Because how did the Nips ever get the idea that a sneak attack on the Yanks was a good idea?
5 After all, it hasn't ever been a good idea to make the Yanks mad,
6 iLike with the Alamo,
7 jAnd the Maine,
8 kAnd the Lusitania,
9 lWhich should have tipped off the Nips that if they did something to the Yanks,
||10 Something unspeakable like Pearl Harbor, for example,
11 The Yanks would remember it,
13 And find a way to get even,
14 No matter how much it cost,
15 And now that you mention it,
16 mRemember the Lusitania?
17 Which explains why the Yanks declared war on Japan and Germany within a few hours of the attack on Pearl Harbor,
18 Because they were all going to get it now,
19 As soon as the Yanks remembered where they'd put their army and their weapons and other stuff like that.
CHAPTER 1081 By December 8th, about three million Yanks had enlisted,
2 Which made it all the more important to remember where the army was,
3 Which took about another eight or nine months,
4 Because the truth was, in all the excitement of the depression and everything,
5 nThe Yanks had scrapped most of their military,
6 oOr lent it to the Brits,
7 Except for the pPacific Fleet, of course,
8 Which was mostly sitting at the bottom of Pearl Harbor,
9 qThanks to those nodding, smiling little barbarians in Japan,
10 Who were going to get a big lesson,