Jim was discussing some memories from 9/11 and posed an interesting question to the listeners.

Following the collapse of the World Trade Center on 9/11/01 (Anthony Coerreia, Getty Images)

As time passes and the wounds heal, can you ever imagine a time when 9/11 gets forgotten about? Or would there ever be a time when you didn't see memorials on that day? Could there ever be a time where local events, created with the purpose of remembering 9-11, cease to exist over time?

Many listeners called in and discussed their personal memories and said that they could never imagine forgetting such a horrific day. The majority of the callers stressed that this is a part of our American history for better or worse, and that we need to do everything we can to keep it firmly implanted in people's memories.

Some people, instead of forgetting, are even going as far as to start a group called to question the events of 9/11. We received an email from a listener who provided us some information on this group that will be having a rally tomorrow on 9/11 in Times Square. If you'd like to learn more about them, you can visit rethink911.org.

What do you think? Could you ever see a time when 9/11 gets forgotten or the interest in it fades? Take our poll below and let us know what you think.