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I have seen pictures. That is depressing enough. I do not need to go underwater to see it live. I think the ship just needs to be left alone now....let the dead Rest In Peace.

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@colliegirls wrote:

I don't even enjoy the bathtub, let alone diving down to go into a spooky ship.  NO NO NO!


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@SeaMaiden wrote:

I have seen pictures. That is depressing enough. I do not need to go underwater to see it live. I think the ship just needs to be left alone now....let the dead Rest In Peace.


 

 

 

There is a memorial on the very spot where the Twin Towers once stood, that millions of people have visited.

 

Should people not be allowed to visit that spot where people died, and let them rest in peace?

 

 

People visit concentration camps over in Europe, where people died.

 

Should they not be allowed to do that, and let the dead rest in peace?

 

Just because one visits a place where innocent people died, doesn't mean that they aren't allowing the dead to rest in peace.

 

One can visit a place of a tragedy, and still be respectful to the lives lost.

 

 

The two are not mutually exclusive.