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What was the most memorable event of 2004?

Asked at Massachusetts Street on January 1, 2005

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“The election, because we went to see John Edwards speak.”

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“The capture of Saddam Hussein, although technically it happened around this time last year. He had been a dictator for so long, and then the regime was finally brought down.”

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“The election, and my disappointment in it.”

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“The great weather. I can’t believe that we have been so fortunate.”


lunacydetector 13 years, 3 months ago

how about the tsunami that has killed tens of thousands?

i'd say that greatly dwarfs john (i'm a loser) edwards' lawrence visit -with the simultaneous so-called "coincidental" homeless erradication via bulldozers down by the river a couple of hundred yards away from his rally, the day before his visit. way to go commish!

mr_daniels 13 years, 3 months ago

The moving of tetonic plates at the bottom of the ocean off the Coast of Sumatra. The awesome power wielded by the resulting tsunami that exacted a high price for human life and the question of not why but what could be done to help the unfortunate to rebuild their lives!

DaREEKKU 13 years, 3 months ago

I would say the most memorable moment of 2004 was the last two months with the dissappointing re-election of Bush, finalized by the death of hundreds of thousands of people in Asia and surrounding areas.

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