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Wednesday. 9.12.07 9:41 am
Considering my previous posts, I was stricken with a quandary.

After the Pearl Harbor attack in 1941, did the media refer to it in other news as "incidents like December 7"? Did they just say "Pearl Harbor"? Why doesn't the media say "December 7" or "twelve-seven" in reference to it?

Was the media always this ridiculous?
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I don't think so, the obsession for fabricating "pop culture references" are relatively new, I think in the near future they'll charge you every time you use one of them
» alexxasick on 2007-09-12 10:45:45

Because
"Pearl Harbor" Is kind of catchy, and so is "Nine Eleven". The alternatives are too wordy.

So, yes. The media is lazy.
» middaymoon on 2007-09-12 07:54:05

OH! I forgot to add
The reason it isn't "12-7" is because the date isn't amazing or anything. "9-11" caught on because of the 9-1-1 allusion.
» middaymoon on 2007-09-12 07:55:18

It's always about what appeals to the public, horrible as that may sound. :P
» randomjunk on 2007-09-12 09:13:15

12-7 sounds like schedule for a store
» alexxasick on 2007-09-12 10:49:36

but they r always good in brainwashing. >.<
» renaye on 2007-09-13 12:10:34

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