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I know it is an important history lesson and moment for our country... But if I get one more homework assignment asking what I was doing when it happened I will flip. I was 7. I was being a future slut and disgrace to our generation.

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I know it is an important history lesson and moment for our country... But if I get one more homework assignment asking what I was doing when it happened I will flip. I was 7. I was being a future slut and disgrace to our generation.

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why is cheez tv getting downvotes? it was a beautiful and vital part of every australian young adults childhood, and I dont think there was a single boy or girl who wasn't disappointed when it was cancelled on the morning of the 12th of september. if you were raised somewhere else, theres no need to be intolerant of comments that you dont understand. just ignore them and keep scrolling.

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I feel the same way. Our government betrayed us, people suffered, but asking young people to relive it every year with homework, not right. I was in 7th grade. I had never even heard about the towers, and was rather confused.

It's not astonishing. For whom is younger than 15 years old, 9/11 seems something as far as the 2WW or George Washington. But I wouldn't blame him because probably anyone in his family didn't explain him what 9/11 means,how tragic it had been and why it is so important to remind it.

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