I feel like I should say something about the Boston Marathon bombings here…

…but honestly, I can think of nothing original to say. This is horrific. I’m very sorry it happened and I hope they find and arrest whoever it was that did it. I hope the wounded all recover. What else can you really say about something like this?

I heard about it on the car radio and they didn’t have any details, just something about bombs going off on the Boston Marathon. I texted Mom (after I’d arrived at my destination and parked) saying “There’s some crazy stuff in Boston right now if you didn’t know.” She was at the summer home on a relatively isolated island, sans internet, so I thought she probably didn’t know. She texted back: “What?” And I texted: “Bombs.” Which probably sent her rushing to the TV or something. I went to a librarian and asked her about it, and together we looked at some of the online coverage.

This is a terrible world. No wonder I so frequently grow tired of my own existence.

5 thoughts on “I feel like I should say something about the Boston Marathon bombings here…

  1. Justin April 16, 2013 / 12:43 am

    Evil sh-t happens by people who think they are justified for doing it for whatever reason they let themselves believe. I’m tired of it as well.

    • Meaghan April 16, 2013 / 1:38 am

      It reminds me of some famous quote, I can’t remember the exact words, but something like, “Never trust people who say they know what God wants, because whatever God wants tends to coincide with what THEY want.”

      • Justin April 16, 2013 / 5:31 pm

        Another quote I heard. Fanatics are people who think that they are doing what God would do if he were in their place.

  2. humbled_observer April 16, 2013 / 9:00 pm

    i believe that’s a susan b anthony quote meaghan.

  3. Ilya Sitnikov April 20, 2013 / 9:57 pm

    It happened right around Copley library which I frequent.

    Yup…

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