"I think everybody feels about the same." What has ultimately moved me more about Sandy Hook, looking back, is how I really didn't feel the same as everybody at the time. It wasn't until the Boston Marathon Bombings, which came pretty soon after it seemed, that I felt real outrage not only about the bombings but also about Sandy Hook. This was such a horrible event and it came during what was a bizarre string of similar events from The Dark Knight Rises shooting to the Boston Marathon Bombings. I've since felt a little disappointed with myself that I lost it for the runners and not the children; that at the time it seemed like "Jesus, what horrible thing will these shooters come up with now?" This video reminded me not of the pain I felt then, but the anger of those months and how my reaction developed over that period of time. I appreciate these videos as a document of a lot of things in recent history, this one perhaps in particular now.