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Finally today it is hard to believe it hasn't even been a week.
What -- we just last Saturday Boston was a city -- preparing for America.
Now residents to speaking their heads out from what was -- -- a -- down.
So much so fast one moment an eight year old little boy -- is waiting at the finish line for his dad did finish a race the next.
He's dead in total -- you know I see pictures like this one complete with that white cat killer quietly leaving the scene.
And it makes me want to stop this reverse the city.
-- -- -- I feel like screaming get out get out -- it.
Little more and Richard just seconds from -- -- his sister Jane just seconds from losing a leg or his mom just seconds from even now.
Clinging to life.
But pictures don't heed warnings -- that and those on video and film for the life of me and they never talk back.
Which is why JFK's car still turns a corner we know will be fatal.
And otherwise happy challenger astronauts still aboard -- shuttle we know will explode.
These are images frozen in time.
Moments of innocence.
Before the moment and innocents.
-- -- I guess I'm not saying anything profound here probably nothing profound here -- just musing about the -- -- of life here.
About folks in Boston who last week at this time.
We're getting ready for a race but whose families days later would be hastily preparing.
The guard and MIT who never thought he'd be part of this madness days later.
Would be inexplicably.
Added to the victims of this madness alive and well to -- ago.
Disciple those good folks in Texas who would be obliterated.
In a census plant explosion.
Who didn't know they had just days ago.
A week ago they were all here they were witness.
Among us breathing the same -- wanting the same planet.
-- leaving us wondering leaving me -- not so much wind it'll happen.
But how fast it all happen.
So we -- Getty images when everything was OK and they were okay unable to fat and and these latest tragedies have truly brief everything is okay.
I guess that's why we -- to photo albums of loved ones long gone.
In those albums at least that they haven't left yet.
It's what makes this -- the moments we lost them but forever treasure the brief moment we had them.
When they were snapped before life was shot and things were never.
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