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Posted by on Apr 22, 2007 in At TMV | 13 comments

Day of Silence?

Should the blogosphere declare 30 April to be a Day of Silence “to remember the victims of the Virginia Tech massacre and to stand united with the families”?

Lisa Sabin says no: silence is part of the problem. Tim Worstall describes it as “a silly idea.”

I think that the ones who took the initiative mean well, but I think it would be wiser to wait a while and use a day, say, in August or September. We should, then, not just remember those who died at VA Tech, but those who died everywhere, due to war, terrorism, crazy people, etc. An international day of mourning and rememberance.

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