Ask McFartnuggets: "Why Are People Celebrating the 20th Anniversary of the WTC Bombing?"

Dear McFartnuggets: It's been 20 years since the World Trade Center bombing in 1993. Why do you think people are making a big deal about this? Celebrating the 20th anniversary of this event seems a little odd considering 9/11 happened. I'm not saying the families shouldn't keep mourning the people who were lost in 1993, but it's kind of like being upset about how your dog got lost once when he was a puppy now that he's dead after living 8 more years. -- Baffled in Brooklyn

Dear Baffled: Wow. That is incredibly offensive. Of course these people have a right to make a big deal about this! What if it was your family who died that day? Would that bombing in 1993 be any different to you than if they had died in 9/11? I mean sure 9/11 was a MUCH bigger deal which has affected the entire course of world history, but many say that the bombing in 93 was a major precursor and almost like a catalyst to 9/11 so when you consider all that you can pretty much group those deaths into one. Those people were all killed by terrorists and so their deaths are more meaningful than others. I think you're just jealous because when you die no one's going to be mourning you 20 years later on the news, unless something really bad happens which I hope it doesn't. GOOD DAY, MADAM!

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