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no shame

Submitted: September 12, 2016

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Submitted: September 12, 2016



Yesterday, on the 15th anniversary of the most horrifying, shocking day of my life, as I'm sure it was for everyone else, I saw a story on something called the American Heroes Channel. You know, I've heard there were photographs of people jumping out of the Twin Towers, but I'd never been subjected to seeing them for fourteen years, until yesterday. Thanks to cable channel American Inexcusable For Showing The Inappropriate Channel, I not only saw one, they zoomed in so you would be sure to see an upside down man plunging to his death. 

Now, if I was outraged, how do you think the families of anyone who died on that terrible day, and especially if they knew a loved one had jumped from the towers, felt? The other networks put the feelings of the victim's families ahead of airing a shocking photograph, but not the insensitive idiot-jerks at the American Heroes Channel. Shame on you guys.  

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