I'm feeling a bit better today and I found eating and drinking yesterday to be bit easier, if still somewhat painful. However, I noticed that there are only two comments to this post: The Fork in the Road at Lexington Green: A Cautionary Tale of Tactical Decision-Making at the Precipice of War. This article should be required reading and food for thought for all Three Percenters.
In addition, the second comment posted at the article's original site is this from "Secundius" --
Correct me if I'm wrong, but technically in 19 April 1775. We were STILL British Citizens, and Massachusetts Militia were illegally stockpiling weapons. And the British Colonial American's were breaking the law by forming an unauthorized assembly of armed men. So what did the British do wrong, nothing that I can see...
Amazingly, only one reader took this modern-day Tory to task, and that but mildly. I wondered, "Is this guy really an American?"