Finally, a happy, sort of, story about Newtown

If you were in Times Square yesterday, about 1 p.m., you would have seen about 200 people fling themselves on the ground, then watch others draw chalk outlines of their bodies, then add names and ages, all to honor the victims of Newtown.

It's not much, and it won't bring back those 20 innocent souls, but at least, for a moment, we were remembering, and memorializing, those beautiful children.  We weren't forgetting.

Because we could be losing “our moment in time to get this thing done," as Governor Malloy was quoted in The New York Times, as states -- even Connecticut -- drag ther feet on gun control.



http://www.nytimes.com/2013/02/25/nyregion/flash-mob-in-times-square-performs-dance-in-honor-of-newtown-victims.html?_r=0

http://www.nytimes.com/2013/02/25/opinion/common-sense-in-connecticut.html?_r=0 

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