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10-17-2010 @ 4:07PM
@totalgorAnd that's really great of you. I'm sure allot of other countries do what they can as well. That, however, does not make your or their troubles any greater than those of the rest of the world. 9/11 was a horrible thing and you do get all of our sympathies, but the world is allowed to put other things above and before it. Far worse things have happened before and after 9/11. For a 14 year old, non-american kid to remember other things in greater detail and not to view 9/11 as top priority is normal and OK. How come no one is talking about the tsunami anymore? Why weren't things removed out of the game for that?
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