I found this on YouTube while checking out all the 9-11 tributes, and there are many.
I had already forgot the 9/11 attack. Probably because there is more important celebration that we have every 9/11, and that is my cousin's birthday.
I hope that we'll never forget 9/11. For the minute that we do, we'll get our guard down and then we'll be in the same boat again, which I hope to never happening again.Eric, I'm in awe at the artist's talent and contribution. I also love the music that accopanied the video. It gave me goosebumps. Not in a bad way. Just made me feel more of the emotional aspect of the tribute given to our lost citizens on that day. Thanks for sharing.Tasha
Just want to let you know that I like this blogger comment system better. I think it's the simplest to deal with. Just from my own perspective,of course.Tasha
Well Madz, tell your cousin happy birthday. At least there are good things that happened on that day.
Hey Tasha, yep I was having just too many problems with the other one. I like the threaed comment system, and wish Blogger would set one up, or modify the existing one. I agree, we can't ever forget such tragedies, or they are bound to reoccur. I was amazed with the emotion put into the performance. I don't think I had ever seen performance art before.
I agree we shouldn't forget the heroes, and sacrifices of that day and those that followed closely, but we shouldn't wallow in melodramatic rehashing of the individual tragedies either. That was a really cool video to watch, very moving. Thanks for posting it.
To true Kel, and I loved the performance part of the video. I had never seen anything like it before.
Performance art is generally interesting. As The Dawg and I live out in the San Francisco Bay area we see quite a bit of it throughout the year at local fairs and whenever we visit "The City" for fun.It can be clever, funny, intriguing, disgusting, and just about everything in between.
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