posted on Sep, 11 2013 @ 08:55 PM
Had I been the person in charge of scheduling, I'd very likely have done the same thing. I can see how someone could easily move on & revert back to
"just another day to get *bleep* done" mode.
I wouldn't doubt it if other places in the country that have had mass tragedies have scheduled things on their dates, too. How much you want to bet
somewhere in Oklahoma, someone holds fire/evac drills on the anniversary of the OKC bombing, too? Or that next year, some school(s) might schedule a
lockdown drill on the Sandy Hook anniversary? At some point, feigning rage over this kind of thing is going to fade, and it's going to go back to
being just another day to get stuff done on. And we really do need to do that because living in paralyzing paranoia or fear on a date because of it's
history is asinine.