Remembering the People Who Died in Las Vegas

I cried during Anderson Cooper’s interview of the doctor from a small town in Tennessee whose nurse/husband saved her life during the massacre. He was more than a hero, but also a very special person in his community and family, as were many others killed and wounded, along with many living heros who saved lives. I like Anderson’s idea of helping us remember the ones who died instead of the killer. That kind of history could accomplish some good things in this world.

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