5 Years On
Check the date.
I've already told my "where was I?" story. I leave it to you to dig through the archives. It's not a great one.
I'm not sure what else to say, but to point to the date and remind you that we all said we'd remember.
There have been a lot of documentaries since then. Some of them better than others. Some of them biased. Some of them based on some odd theories.
Two big-budget narrative films have been released (United 93 and World Trade Center).
We've had a flood and more or less lost a city and seen a region devastated.
We've got a war going in two countries and seem to be on the verge of drawing in a few more, depending on the day and the week.
I don't mind the secruity measures at the airport. But I seem to be the only person who has to look for a chair in order to put on his shoes after passing through security. How can that be?
The first responders and the people who cleaned up Ground Zero are developing chronic health problems.
I don't know what the point was supposed to be of this post.
We lost a lot of people on that day. And we've lost a lot more since then. We're probably going to lose more.
Juan was right.
We're now 5 years into the 21st Century.