Thursday, September 11, 2008

September 11th Again Already?

Nine-eleven. . .

Nine-eleven. . .

Those numbers in that order seem important for some reason. . .

Is it a gas station?

No, that's Seven-eleven.

Oh yeah, it's the seventh anniversary of the World Trade Center bombings!

Does anyone else find it kind of creepy that we still refer to it as an "anniversary"? Aren't anniversaries supposed to be festive and happy? That's not really festive or happy, no.

What year is it that we can start acknowledging it without specifically commemorating it? You know, like we do with Pearl Harbor. I think ten is a good year. Give it a decade, then we can stop wallowing in it and using it for political motivation whenever there's another Republican to elect.

That's all I have to say about September Eleventh this year. I think I've said all I can say about it unless it comes to light that the entire tragedy was one giant fraud. I'm also running out of relevant songs that weren't specifically written in tribute to the incident.

Here is Dead Soul Tribe with a song called "
The Coldest Days of Winter." It's not closely related, but it does contain some ominous imagery, especially in the third verse, and it's all tied together with a post-apocalyptic, Illuminati theme.

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