Well that is just a real bummer of a thought, Brian O’Neill. I expect you’re going to talk about how catastrophes large and small happen everyday, not just on September 11. That’s cool. It’s just A Big Bummer.
Yvonne Morris learned of her nephew’s death 10 years ago, on Sept. 11. It never made the nightly news.
Nope! you’re going to talk about someone who died on September 11, 2001, but not in the September 11 attacks. It’s starting to sound like maybe there was some pressure on you to write about 9/11 as the 10-year anniversary approached and you straight panicked.
Mr. Spencer, 23, had already been dead 10 days when his body was found.
Correction. You are going to talk about somebody whose body was found on September 11, 2001 after being dead dead for 10 days. I am really starting to lose the 9/11-relevance-thread. Where are we going with this?
How does one deal with such knowledge, such pain? Ms. Morris is using the theater as an answer with two other locals who lost loved ones to violence in 2001. The next performance of the play, “If You Must Shoot, Shoot Me, But Leave My Brother Alone,” will be held 3:30 p.m. Sunday at Morningstar Baptist Church, 812 Oak St., West Mifflin.
Well swizzle me sideways and stick a cock in my brain; I never in a thousand years would have guessed that a story that leads off with a dead body found on September 11 and titled “Every day can mark tragic anniversary” was going to turn into a fucking community theater review.