Today was the 3rd Anniversary of the largest terrorist attack in recent Boston history.
Okay, the terrorists were cartoon characters, and the attack was a fantastical illusion in the minds of authority, but it shut down buildings and highways, struck fear in possibly millions of people and hysteria in the media for a while, and Boston hasn’t seen a real terrorist attack to top it yet. At the time, I responded to Boston’s hysteria with this post: What does random panic protect us from?
Several commenters expressed the hope that it would make it to Governor Patrick’s desk. I don’t know if it has, but I hope that you’ll (re)read it now, and pass it on.