I'm generally not that interested in this sort of thing, but this one really caught me. Very cool, both at normal speed and at 1.25x.
Like many schools in New York City, hers is a nut-free facility. At the beginning of the year, new parents are told this. It's posted on the door as you come in. It's on the wall in the hallway. And yet the other day a parent was walking up the stairs talking to their kid about their peanut butter and jelly sandwich.
Why would someone do that? I just can't understand the reasoning that goes into sending your kid to school with a lunch that could kill another student.
But peanut butter. It's peanut butter. I honestly don't understand how, when it's pointed out repeatedly at the beginning of the year that peanuts are not allowed in the building, that doesn't just become a thing you know in your life: "No peanut butter at school."
I just wanted to say that some years it's just another day, but for whatever reason this year it's not. Everything and everyone associated with 9/11/2001 have been very much in my thoughts all day long.
I'm not upset about it, it's just how the day's been.
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