"9/11 Was an Inside Job" Apathy
Something I don't typically think about is people who think "so what?" about 9/11 being an inside job.
Yet this "so what?" attitude is pretty much the sentiment I encountered when I told some college age kids that I was convinced that 9/11 was an inside job. These were kids I know, not just strangers I ran into. It's not like I just said this out of the blue. Yet they were totally blase about the idea. Didn't even ask me any other questions.
But closer to home, my wife is just as apathetic about this. She doesn't seem to have a major problem with 9/11 being an inside job-- she just DOESN'T CARE. She doesn't think it affects her life and doesn't think there is anything she can do about it. And here she lives with me, a guy who was basically obsessed with 9/11 for a few years. But she just has other things that she is concerned about.
Not sure there's much anyone can do about this sort of apathy...
To add-- that anyone who HAS tried to do something about 9/11 now probably has a certain amount of apathy that anything CAN be done. I know I do. It's just one of those things that you feel strongly about but can't DO anything about-- unless maybe you devote your whole life to seeking change-- and of course this is impossible for most people.