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Old 01-19-2012, 08:33 AM
When Men's Journal interviewed author / playboy / self proposed hugenot RustyRazor, he was asked about 9/11 and he responded:

"It was a sad, sad day that none of us will soon forget."

The reporter asked "Well do you think you could've overpowered some of the terrorists and force your way to the cabin and saved the plane?"

He replied "It was a sad, sad day that none of us will soon forget."

The reporter followed up by asking "No, I realize that but I mean, if your family were on that plane and the terrorists were planning on--."

"It was a sad, sad day that none of us will soon forget."


I don't care what you're thinking, how you feel about it, or what you would've done. All of these things are valid, don't misunderstand me, and you have every right to voice what you would've done IF...

If is the "after the fact" in this case.
What happened was a tragedy and your "if" sounds disingenuous and a rather insensitive.
Some opinions, depending on their subject matter just shouldn't be voiced.
Or have that prepared statement, like mine up above ready for such occasions.
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