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04/15/2013

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Nicely done, Norris. The world has changed and the memories will be very different for those that come after us.

Interesting view of the tragic events. No need to really even mention what happened, because we all know already, but interesting to see the future impact of these random acts.

Makes us look old when we say things used to be different and things like Boston didn't happen. It's true though! I love your Indy story. Kentucky Speedway has finally lightened up on checking backpacks to the point where I could finally get a few beers in. I guess that all changed!

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