Thursday, September 11, 2008

7th Anniversary Of 9-11

I've been hearing that phrase a lot over the past several days. For some reason, the word anniversary just doesn't seem appropriate. What do you think?

Since we are on this topic (as today is the day) do you think 9-11 should ever be an official US holiday? Should we celebrate attacks on the US by closing up shop and taking the kids to the park to play?

Just some questions and thoughts I had.


Craig said...

Anniversary is fitting. It is just usually used in a positive sense. Unfortunately, I think most people forgot about that tragic event, to the credit of President George W. Bush from preventing another terrorist attack. As for making it a holiday, I don't know. I think people would side with that idea just to get a day off.

B Nettles said...

Anniversary is an okay word. It relates to "annual."

We don't have a holiday for Pearl Harbor, and shouldn't. Same here.