Terry Michael of the Washington Center for Politics and Journalism just sent this around:

"Turn off your TV Sunday. Refuse to participate in cable-TV-marketing grief. Look to the future. Hug your children. Kiss your wife, husband, boyfriend, girlfriend (gay-or-straight) significant other. Have brunch with a friend. Read a book. Go shopping. Plant a tree. Write that business plan.
We have nothing to fear but mass-mediated fear itself."

I like the idea of commemorating the day in your own meaningful way, rather than an overhyped TV-dramatized way. What do you think?
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