The passes, the tickets are very confusing to me – apparently not for sale –

but one has to wait

 

 

 

 

hey came to remember. But they were told they had forgotten something.

As thousands arrived at the National September 11 Memorial on Monday, the first day it was open to the public, many were turned away at the entrance — informed by security personnel that passes for the day had been snapped up months ago.

“I just thought we’d be able to walk in,” said Hope Iaccaci, 70, from the Upper East Side. “Open to the public means open to the public, doesn’t it?”

Interestingly enough, I had to go to an LA paper for this info. Metro didn’t follow the headline with any details.

Also, shameless gloating from Murdoch over one startling  consequence of Obama’s unpopularity (and Weiner’s zipper problem)

 

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