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10-17-2010 @ 4:40PM
@ begedinnikolayou said "That, however, does not make your or their troubles any greater than those of the rest of the world. " No one here ever said that it did."but the world is allowed to put other things above and before it." again no one is arguing that."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"No one said it wasn't ok for him to remember other things in greater detail, but what he said was he couldn't understand why people were talking about this thing that happened on the other side of the world, which implies he didn't care about any other tragedy anywhere unless it was in his home. so before you defend him maybe you should reread his and everyone else's comments."How come no one is talking about the tsunami anymore?"People do still talk about it, in fact we were talking about it yesterday at work, I work in a tattoo shop so not some rescue center or hospital or science lab that studies natural disasters, just an average American establishment, we also talked about the Chilean miners, and I'm just glad they all made it out and can go home to their families.
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