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samsung101
Sep 11th, 2008, 03:58 PM
Taking a moment to think of those lost, their families and friends, and the
rescue teams that bravely did all they could.

Philbo
Sep 11th, 2008, 04:02 PM
I will second that..

hankqq
Sep 11th, 2008, 04:13 PM
nice thread :)

vadin124
Sep 11th, 2008, 04:13 PM
i third that...

r.i.p. :sad:

Wannabeknowitall
Sep 11th, 2008, 04:39 PM
Thank you samsung. I was starting to think that some have forgotten and I've talked to some people today and sadly they have.
I was in NYC that day. I saw people with the dust of death and the twin towers on them.
I saw New Yorkers scared out of their wits, something that you never ever see with New Yorkers.
I didn't know what to do, but I refused to let whoever did this change my habits that day.
That was what they would have wanted.

The thing is only NYC could have recovered from something like this.
The city that never sleeps, never did. They righted the wrong.
And NY would have fully recovered if there was something at the spot of the WTC.
Everytime I take the Path, I see nothing.
They are taking too long. That has to change. It must change.

partbrit
Sep 11th, 2008, 05:03 PM
This interlocking rubaiyat is dated, but here is a reprint, published yesterday: http://www.whyareweiniraq.com/poem/poem0169.htm

Super Dave
Sep 11th, 2008, 05:46 PM
http://www.rebirthstudios.com/articles/images/9-11-01-logo.jpg

Karolina_Sprem
Sep 11th, 2008, 08:54 PM
Taking a moment to think of those lost, their families and friends, and the
rescue teams that bravely did all they could.


For all Americans...Do you ever take a moment to think on November 18th or maybe July 25th???

PointBlank
Sep 11th, 2008, 10:08 PM
For all Americans...Do you ever take a moment to think on November 18th or maybe July 25th???

make a july 25th or november 18th thread then. christ. people like you are why i no longer post here often.

did anyone see that mnbc played the coverage this morning of the september 11th attacks in its real time? it was weird. i dont know how i felt about watching it all over again.

Karolina_Sprem
Sep 11th, 2008, 10:27 PM
make a july 25th or november 18th thread then. christ. people like you are why i no longer post here often.

did anyone see that mnbc played the coverage this morning of the september 11th attacks in its real time? it was weird. i dont know how i felt about watching it all over again.

16,000 post in 6,5 years... quite scary... You don't av to post, this world won't stop to exist because of that...:rolleyes:

No reason for me to make a thread for July 25th and November 18th. I don't want to make a propaganda out of that...

Dave.
Sep 11th, 2008, 10:33 PM
I was in the car stuck in traffic on the way home from school when the first plane hit. We couldn't believe what was happening it just sounded so unreal.

There was a program on yesterday about the people in the hotel next to the towers that also got destroyed.

Kworb
Sep 11th, 2008, 11:02 PM
Who could ever forget? A horrific event that completely changed the world.

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barboza
Sep 12th, 2008, 06:13 AM
Samsung, hopefully you won't use this thread as a reason to continue the war.

NyCPsU
Sep 12th, 2008, 06:50 AM
make a july 25th or november 18th thread then. christ. people like you are why i no longer post here often.

did anyone see that mnbc played the coverage this morning of the september 11th attacks in its real time? it was weird. i dont know how i felt about watching it all over again.

Oh man. That was really hard to watch. So many emotions from that day came rushing back.

Zealisa
Sep 12th, 2008, 07:00 AM
I wil never forget the day it all happened - I went back from school and my mother was watching TV, where they broadcasted this nightmare live. I couldn't believe this is our new reality, it was more like a movie (Independence Day or something). And it looked surreal how two large buildings can be dostroyed so easily. I was only 11 at that moment and I didn't understand that I was a witness of the turning point in history of humankind. I was just awfully scared and didn't want to believe.

I want to say to all the Americans out there, that here in Russia there are people, who pray together with your for the souls of all the victims and the heroes of the day. We'll never forget and we'll be mourning the 9/11 every year in future.

Kim's_fan_4ever
Sep 12th, 2008, 07:02 AM
Each time I see pics from 11.09, it always makes me sad. Yesterday they showed WTC and someone waving with white flag in the window, I literally had tears in my eyes :sad:

azza
Sep 12th, 2008, 10:25 AM
11/9/01

Zealisa
Sep 12th, 2008, 04:31 PM
That's so important that Americans don't forget this day. Here in Russia we're like "getting over" Beslan, Nord-Ost and other terrorist attacks. But I find it awful... :(

Demska
Sep 12th, 2008, 05:22 PM
Even though it was an inside job, I feel for the family who lost loved ones.

Super Dave
Sep 12th, 2008, 05:58 PM
For all Americans...Do you ever take a moment to think on November 18th or maybe July 25th???

It's mentioned on tv here daily, in one form or another, especially with the presidential campaigns going on. But regardless, I still think about it often. My son was supposed to be born that day, but thank goodness he was late.

BUBI
Sep 13th, 2008, 09:43 AM
I wil never forget the day it all happened - I went back from school and my mother was watching TV, where they broadcasted this nightmare live. I couldn't believe this is our new reality, it was more like a movie (Independence Day or something). And it looked surreal how two large buildings can be dostroyed so easily. I was only 11 at that moment and I didn't understand that I was a witness of the turning point in history of humankind. I was just awfully scared and didn't want to believe.

I want to say to all the Americans out there, that here in Russia there are people, who pray together with your for the souls of all the victims and the heroes of the day. We'll never forget and we'll be mourning the 9/11 every year in future.

But you don't care about victims of russian aggression... chechens or georgians, let alone tens of millions people killed by Soviet Union :sad:

gentenaire
Sep 13th, 2008, 12:32 PM
And NY would have fully recovered if there was something at the spot of the WTC.
Everytime I take the Path, I see nothing.
They are taking too long. That has to change. It must change.

That really struck me when I visited NY a few years ago. I was looking at the skyline from the plane and it was so wrong. That empty spot is a huge scar on the city. It affected me, as a mere tourist. I can only imagine how it must feel to New Yorkers, being confronted with that empty spot every day.


Even though it was an inside job,.

And I really wish people would stop that nonsense. It makes you look very stupid. If all those conspiracy theorists would be as critical (or even one tenth as critical) of their own theories as they are of the official version, they'd realise how stupid their theories are.
Of course we don't know everything, of course lies have been told and things have been hidden from public view, but it's a big jump to go from that to saying it was an inside job, especially considering the overwhelming evidence to the contrary.

Brett.
Sep 13th, 2008, 07:07 PM
I was in NYC on Sept 11th, 2008.

Demska
Sep 13th, 2008, 10:23 PM
That really struck me when I visited NY a few years ago. I was looking at the skyline from the plane and it was so wrong. That empty spot is a huge scar on the city. It affected me, as a mere tourist. I can only imagine how it must feel to New Yorkers, being confronted with that empty spot every day.




And I really wish people would stop that nonsense. It makes you look very stupid. If all those conspiracy theorists would be as critical (or even one tenth as critical) of their own theories as they are of the official version, they'd realise how stupid their theories are.
Of course we don't know everything, of course lies have been told and things have been hidden from public view, but it's a big jump to go from that to saying it was an inside job, especially considering the overwhelming evidence to the contrary.

Well, I don't care. I believe it was and that's my opinion. End of.

kiwifan
Sep 13th, 2008, 11:27 PM
A little love for my boy "Lud". :angel:

Mark Ludvigsen
32. Worked at Keefe, Bruyette & Woods. He left his native New Brunswick for the U.S., with his parents, when he was seven. He worked on the 89th floor of the south tower of the World Trade Center. He proposed to his wife on a surprise trip to Ireland. He called his parents a few minutes after the attack on the north tower to console them that he was all right. He told them that they had nothing to worry about since he was on the other wing. He has not been heard from since.

He was one of the nicest guys I ever knew...R.I.P. :sad:

Martian Jeza
Sep 13th, 2008, 11:40 PM
Even though it was an inside job, I feel for the family who lost loved ones.

You are not alone in here thinking it was an inside job. But I have to keep it quiet otherwise I will be called a psycho or things like these.

shell
Sep 13th, 2008, 11:59 PM
You are not alone in here thinking it was an inside job. But I have to keep it quiet otherwise I will be called a psycho or things like these.

Fitting that the two conspiracy theory posters are Russian. This is to be expected.

Martian Jeza
Sep 14th, 2008, 12:04 AM
Fitting that the two conspiracy theory posters are Russian. This is to be expected.

I'm Belgian :tape:

Apoleb
Sep 14th, 2008, 12:15 AM
Fitting that the two conspiracy theory posters are Russian. This is to be expected.

Actually, it's fitting that it came from Martian Jeza and Demska. That's enough.

gentenaire
Sep 14th, 2008, 07:39 AM
Well, I don't care. I believe it was and that's my opinion. End of.

True. Who cares about evidence, eh?! Be aware, there might be an UFO headed your way soon.

Zealisa
Sep 15th, 2008, 09:53 AM
But you don't care about victims of russian aggression... chechens or georgians, let alone tens of millions people killed by Soviet Union :sad:

Please, don't talk about all the Russians in general - I care deeply about them :sad: