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- Dec 6, 2003
I wonder if you would feel this way if it was your family members that died that day.U know.... as much as i hate to say it (or.... more like as much as people probably hate me for saying it)...... i'm getting pretty freakin tired of hearing about it. Still remember after it happened, when dumb ol' GW's standin there saying "Today is a day we will never forget". OF COURSE it's a day we won't forget, because NOBODY ever STOPS reminding everybody about it. I mean what the hell's going to happen on 9/11/11? Is there gonna be an all-you-can-eat buffet celebration at Ground Zero for the 10th anniversary of the tragedy that took place?
I'm not saying that i don't care about what happened..... but seriously.... there are people who had friends and loved ones who died during the events of 9/11.... quite possibly without ever having a chance to say goodbye. I'm pretty sure they don't really NEED the constant reminder of what happened either.
Really? Reminded every single year by national news, local news, radio stations, random people in stores and such that you've never seen in your life, that someone i loved died that day? I'd have thought that what i said in what you quoted would have answered that question already. Hell yes i'd feel the same way. My grandfather passed away several years ago. I don't sit around and think "Wow.... today's the day that he died". I don't even remember what year he died.... nor the day. You may think it's horrible to say or something like that.... but who in their right mind would want to dwell on something horrible that happened? You really think that children who's PARENTS died on 9/11 want to be reminded of it year after year?American Zombie said:I wonder if you would feel this way if it was your family members that died that day.