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On Wednesday, March 7, 2018 at 12:19:09 PM UTC-8, Mossingen wrote:

> I don't know about Cronkite reporting on Cambodia.  I was born in 1968, so I 
> was mainly in single-digit age during most of the 70s.  But, I do remember 
> my mother being aware of Pol Pot and the Khmer Rouge and being upset by what 
> was happening there.  There was no internet for the masses back then, and we 
> lived in rural Oklahoma, so I don't know where she got her information other 
> than newspapers and television.

I know a poker dealer, really nice guy, great personality, he was the only one who made it out, lost
like 7 or 8 brothers and sisters, and parents.

I see a lot of Cambodian, Laotian, and Hmong people in the casinos I go to near Fresno.