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A piece of a steel column salvaged from the wreckage of the World Trade Center after 9/11 is stirring speculation over whether a face can be seen on the twisted structure. The column is being prepared for exhibit in the underground National Sept. 11 Memorial & Museum as one of two pieces of so-called "impact steel." Those are two fragments of the north tower facade that experts believe come from the exact point where the plane struck the building between the 93rd and the 99th floors.
I think this as "art" is in really bad taste. We shouldn't be admiring it for it's "beauty". Why they would put it on exhibit as if it were a sculpture is beyond acceptable. If you ask me, it's like TPTB putting it right in our face. Even the imagery it conveys is sort of like an evil entity. The whole 911 museum is in poor taste in my opinion. It's like a sideshow and they're going to charge to see it from what I read. Really bad taste. A memorial is one thing. This is altogether bad.
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Yea I didn't searched on angels, hmmm well we gonna see what will happen