Who else is tired of this whole Hudson River Crash? How many times do we have to hear about it?

I get it, he was just doing his job and doesn't want to be considered a hero. Let it go already! Judy M: No, it doesn't "please" me and I am not happy. Good job on thinking you were being witty though. Anna P: Hmm, I served my country in the Armed Forces (Army if you're curious) and am now a disabled veteran, as my husband still is serving and is in Iraq. And 2 brothers, and a father. Oh, and also my brother-in-law. All Army. What else is there...? Let me think....why don't you email me so I can send you my resume and credentials.

Asked By: The Jenz - 1/24/2009
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Its only a matter of time before a new headline hits the news and it will be a new subject to talk about. I think it did run a little longer than usual though.
Answered By: JayJay - 1/24/2009
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He is having his well deserved 15 minutes of fame.
Answered By: paulie2shoes - 1/24/2009
It might please you to know that two babies and a helper were stabbed to death in Brussels by some madman with a whitened face. Happy now?
Answered By: Judy M - 1/24/2009
I was more impressed with the pilots who attempted to land a plane off east Africa after it was hijacked and ran out of fuel as well as the one who tried an emergency landing in Sioux City, Iowa in 1989 after the entire hydraulic system failed. They didn't get the same sort of attention because unlike this crash, there... More
Answered By: RoVale - 1/24/2009
He went far beyond doing his job. He literally saved 156 lives through his quick thinking and expert landing in the Hudson. What have YOU done lately? I'm glad to see good news, as it happens. Why don't you change the channel and watch something depressing?
Answered By: Anna P - 1/25/2009
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