To local and national broadcasters,
Please stop using the eleventh day of September every year to remind your audiences about the disasters that happened on the same date in 2001 in the town of New York in the state of New York, the town of Arlington, Virginia, and the town of Shanksville in Pennsylvania, as if they were the worst events to have ever occurred in the history of the world.
I am sure you all know that other terrible events happened on the eleventh day of September before and after the disasters that occurred on the same date in 2001. If all of those other events were to be treated like the disasters that happened on that date in 2001, every day would have been declared a day of somber or a day of remembrance, so please stop making the eleventh day of September less than ordinary compared to every other calendar date. Let this date be free like every calendar date and free for for every living thing who wishes to make the best of this date, especially the ones who were born or married on that date.
Last of all, please stop referring to the disasters that happened in New York, Arlington and Shanksville in 2001 as "9/11" or "September 11th". Doing so would really help restore the eleventh day of September to being an ordinary calendar date full of great potential and great possibilities.
Thank you for reading this message and may every one of your days be filled with great joy.
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