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Re: paper & non-paper



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There was a wonderful piece on National Public Radio about the paper. The
reporter picked up pieces of paper and read them. A page from a legal
deposotion, an application for a job at Windows on the world, etc. He called
the people and talked with them to see how the paper had gotten to be in the
WTC, asked which office. Being in NY, it has been hard to hold this in my
mind. It was like a macabre ticker tape parade merged with "Die Hard".
Somehow the paper is real. Paperwork is the remnant of the moment. I too will
not look at paper in the same way.
Karen Gorst, with prayers for peace

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