It Happened on Our Soil

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When I was a kid watching old war movies with my dad, I wondered what it must have been like to live in Hawaii during the surprise Pearl Harbor attacks just before eight on Sunday morning, December 7, 1941. Nobody saw it coming, but I figured that kind of attack would never happen again on American soil — and then it did on 9/11.

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I’m a retail architect that studies human behavior, perception, and decision-making. I’m fascinated with the intersection of where commerce and community meet.

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I’m a retail architect that studies human behavior, perception, and decision-making. I’m fascinated with the intersection of where commerce and community meet.

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