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Although it’s been 20 years, there’s always going to be before 9/11 and after 9/11.
maybe, if I’d saved that slip, one of the families would have had something that belonged to their dead sister, wife, or daughter.
The 9/11 events I do remember come up less often now, mostly in bad dreams, or with the prolonged sound of sirens. But those are not the most important memories of the day.
BL and David discuss brands’ ill-advised 9/11 tweets, the Ray Rice debacle, the Apple Watch & iPhone 6 product launch…and much more:
Without a doubt, Esquire Magazine had the worst 9/11 brand failure on the planet.
Twelve years. 4,380 days. To many people, it’s just another day. Because they either weren’t there or didn’t lose anyone. Sorry, but those people are pissing me off today.
I wanted to write this year that it all seems so long ago and far away. But that’s a lie. The truth is 9/11 is never going away.
I’m avoiding the news, paying no mind to the special editions of magazines, ignoring the memorials, disgusted by the products related to the 10th anniversary of 9/11. While PTSD removed the memory of several hours of that horrible day, I remember every detail of the days that followed.
It was the kindness and love of people I’d never met, as well as my close friends who got me through it. I want to tell you about some of them.
By B.L. Ochman The sight of the bright blue cloudless September sky made my heart skip a beat this morning. It was the same color as the sky on 9/11. The temperature was about the same too: cool enough for a light jacket. I was horrified. Nine years later, I still have not re-gained my […]
By B.L. Ochman I’m a 9/11 survivor, but I lost my memory of much of that awful day. The scenes I can remember still play in my mind, and intrude on my dreams. I’ve never regained the hours between the time my dog, Sam, and I ran through smoke and debris as the first tower […]