Almost had an argument with my friend/roommate because we were watching Home Alone 2 (lol) and there’s a scene where Kevin is taking pictures atop the World Trade Center and I said, “It’s so crazy that I can so distinctly recognize something that doesn’t exist now when I couldn’t as a child” and my roommate goes, “what are you talking about, these were the most recognizable buildings ever” and I had to explain that being a girl from California that had only seen flashes of the buildings from Friends episodes means I did not know what they were/meant until they were gone and finally after her arguing that they were the most ~iconic things ever my roommate has the nerve to say, “well maybe I was just more cultured as a child”. Let me have my experiences while you have yours without denouncing the importance of certain events in my life.
It just made me so angry because I distinctly remember being an 11-yr-old kid being told we were being attacked and no one in my class could understand why or what was being attacked and I remember my 6th-grade teacher saying,” these buildings may not have seemed important yesterday, but they will be everything tomorrow.”
Why did Spock look in the toilet?
to see the captain’s log