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It has been 10 years since the attacks on the Pentagon and the World Trade Center. There is hardly any aspect of the world that hasn't changed due to the events of that day. This year, however, we noticed that the rememberences were smaller, the conversations were shorter, and the event itself seems to be shifting into the form of a footnote. Is one decade the proper amount of time to grieve? Have we, as a nation, moved on? Bringing you the absolute worst in commemorative coverage, guaranteeed.
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