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Posted By Jon DeRosa On September 12, 2011 @ 9:19 am In Bronx Banter,Jon DeRosa,New York Minute,NYC,Subway Stories | Comments Disabled


Sitting in the safety of my living room, reading about bomb plots, I sometimes wonder about the security of my commute. But then the time comes to get going in the morning and my head is clear of any notion that something might happen. When I arrive at my desk, I remember I was supposed to be worried and I feel irresponsible.

I’m not trying to ignore the threat, but at the most crucial times,¬†it’s the furthest thing from my mind. I can see how that unconscious selectivity¬†helps me function as a human being, but I wish it was a manual shut-off valve instead of an automatic.

How do you guys deal?

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