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To show you rule.
Just how profound an effect this school shooting has had -- our country look no further on the money rollers in this country look no further than Wall Street.
Traders on Friday more riveted by images out of Connecticut popping up on.
TV screens on the trading floor than -- and -- -- flashing on nearby computer screens on that same floor.
Trading was very light and in the supposedly callous capitalist bastion.
Hearts were very -- -- and for brief moment today.
Now -- we're actually silence.
Moment of silence that speaks volumes when no one is speaking at all.
When -- just want to.
And one -- -- the case of a place like Wall Street where money means everything for brief moment it meant nothing.
Money powerless to bring back when he little lives money useless to help make so many devastated parents hole.
Money to couldn't buy a one of them a happy Christmas now -- -- even deposit on the fate is hopes for a better new year.
There are many things money cannot buy and among them.
Is peace of mind the stark realization of that is one of the more humbling realities of all of this.
That the things we scramble for in life and fight for in life and scratch and claw each other to gain an edge in life.
Seems so silly when we are dead and gone -- folks we remembered just obligated -- the other day.
Are dead and gone and we start thinking more about the fragility of life and less about the stuff we have been marred.
And then we take a look at these little children just starting lines and we think about this stuff.
Stuff doesn't matter.
None of this is to say that in this great capitalist society we still don't hold our stuff -- It's just that after moments like these.
We holder kids' hands.
A little tighter we distinguish.
Even on Wall Street.
Where they know prices but now and then they surprise us.
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