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No respect meant for the deceased or survivors but an all day dirge on tv every year for 22 years seems a bit much??

What is your take?

The Leftists have left us!

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I think you do risk making it too much and people just get fed up with it. I remember Live Aid and the starvation in Cambodia. People get desensitised.

Life is what you make it.

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It indeed is disrecpect to assume that it is too much to talk about an event impacting lives to this day. Some of the victims cannot sleep and wake up screaming in cold sweats. 

Let them have their day.

"He who is not courageous enough to take risks will accomplish nothing in life." - Muhammad Ali

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I remember that day.

I don't need a reminder every damn year.  

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Yes, I remember it very well too!

A reminder is one thing, 24 hours of solid coverage on TV, along with mournful bells, images,memories, and music is a bit depressing I think!

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