I saw this clip today, and I found it very moving. I thought I would share it with you guys, It is the first Daily Show after September 11, 2001. Jon Stewart is nothing less than a treasure and I am so glad he is around. He is an amazing man and I seriously think he is one of those people who cannot be given enough praise. I teared up when he recalled his story about Martin Luther King Jr. The clip really tore me up, when 9/11 happened I was in my business math class in high school, and I was, I think too stupid and too emotionally detached to understand what had happened, this clip gives me the feeling I think I should have had when it happened. Jon Stewart has opened up my eyes to, just the amount of suffering and love that people can have for a city and it's people. I am envious, I truly am of the New York City culture, a love for a city, the sense of togetherness, and the combined humbling effect it had on the city. The reverence that follows the topic. I feel extremely depressed that it has taken this long for me to realize this, but I am glad I have, and I really owe to Jon Stewart.
I also find it very interesting where and when I feel the need to just use the emotions that I have, that a video clip of a comedy show can move me to tear up and bear a tiny bit of my personal side. I am really thankful for that.
Even if I come off a little gay.