I've dedicated a previous (now, unfortunately, lost) post to the events of September 11, 2001, so I'm not going to do another one. Instead, I want to share something with you. For over a week after the attack, the late night comedy shows were off the air. When they came back on, the hosts each had a monologue about their feelings and reactions to the events. I watched them all, but none was as emotional, well-spoken, and gut wrenching than Jon Stewart of The Daily Show.
Watch the clip here.
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