Nice, almost 3K Americans die on a day in our recent history. And you are "sick of it".
No wonder the US is circling the drain.
I do understand your perspective...but I would like to add:
3000 died from the various hijacked planes. But Americans have had an ongoing reminder. Thousands more of Americans have died in Iraq and Afghanistan spurred by the events of 9-11. And tens of thousands of American troops have been injured. And those tragedies didn't happen over a matter of hours ...but for the last 10 YEARS!
We've seen our economy....along with actually the world economies effected by 9-11, which have yet recovered.
The damage from 9-11 has been immeasurable in human pain and suffering. Governments have been forced to spend huge sums of their treasure, which comes from all of the citizens...and will never recover from the financial costs.
So 9-11 was a very sad day, which catapulted us into years of incredible loss of life, limbs, and treasure.
And...I have no doubt that school textbooks contain the history of 9-11 as well.
The world changed in so many significant ways on 9-11...and will never be the same. These changes never leave my mind.
Everybody will remember these events in their own way. And some don't have to see pictures or TV of an event that one can hardly erase from one's mind who saw what happened from all of the TV coverage.
That said...for generations following 9-11...to have annual TV events...or memorials...I personally don't have any objections.
I have the right to choose not to rewatch the 9-11 events, but still can pay homage to those who died and were injured during the event and over the following ten years.