"I like your book a lot. I think it was scary that you were there. I liked the way you talked about it, and your presentation was great."
"I liked your story. It taught me to love, not hate. It was also great meeting you."
"I think it's cool to live in Pearl Harbor, but not to get bombed. I loved your presentation. You were lucky that no one in your family died."
"I'll bet it was scary to see all those planes flying over your house. I love your story. Your book is one of the best books I have ever read. It was really cool to hear about the story of the bugle man and the pilot. Thank you for visiting our school."
"I am very happy you came to see our class. I really liked your book. Is Richard Fiske still putting roses at the memorial?"
"I was very impressed with your speech yesterday. I was also moved by your descriptions about what happened. I like the way that you are able to tell things. You are my role model."
Comment: "I really loved your presentation."
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