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The Moth: Air Attitude, Vietnamese Refugee, A 1960s Pool Hall

A flight attendant describes how she adjusts her attitude while up in the air; a Vietnamese family is forced to flee from their home to take refuge in an unknown land; after running out of gas, a young preacher in 1960s Texas ends up in a pool hall.

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