Disunited Locked Down Porn Kings

In 1950, only 9% of American homes had a TV. By 1963, 93.1% did. Rigid, they stared. In Vietnam, the percentage of houses with TV had to be much less. Born in November of 1963 in Saigon, my first memory of television dates to perhaps April of 1968. More audio than visual, it’s a strain of music to accompany scenes of exhumed corpses from the Tet Offensive. Communists had executed them in Hue, with many still alive when buried in shallow graves.

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