Is 9/11 becoming just another calendar date?
By Rick Hampson
Copyright 2007 USA Today
NEW YORK — Even if you wanted to forget what day it was, you couldn't. When you write a check or plan a meeting, there it is — printed on the calendar, encoded in time.
You might forget the date Hiroshima was bombed or Kennedy was shot. You can't forget Sept. 11, the date that shares its name with the catastrophe of 2001.
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