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9.11.2011

Those Memories Come Rushing Back, Don't They?


8:03 a.m.: The second plane hitting the building.

The only time of my life when I believed anything  . . . a plane, a bomb, a missile . . . could land or explode anywhere in the U.S. at any moment.

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22 comments:

Anonymous said...

We lost two buildings and almost 3,000 innocent and heroic people and some of our basic freedoms.

Anonymous said...

The America we grew up in shall never be again -- thanks to these terrorists!

STOP ALL IMMIGRATION INTO OUR COUNTRY NOW!!!

Anonymous said...

The only memory that rushes back is one of an entire nation that simlpy folded after a mathematically insignificant event.

No terrorist changed America. We did. By cowering and crying endlessly instead of resolutely shaking it off.

Calculate the percentage of our population that died that day and you'll understand what I mean

Anonymous said...

9/11 changed everything.

Anonymous said...

It would have been cooler if Mars attacked.

Anonymous said...

If we keep whining and moaning about that day for the next 10 years and the 10 after that; the terrorists win.

Anonymous said...

Osama succeeded far more in getting us to over-react, two wars,in additional lives lost not to mention the lost limbs, a trillion dollars we didn't have. etc, but.........

he basically misjudged us. We will unite when attacked. We will settle scores. We will endure hardships for fellow citizens.

We have our warts, but we have been, we are and we will always be a great nation.

Tater Salad (American) said...

We take our licks and keep our chin up. By Golly, we're Americans!!!

RPM said...

Big fire on 920 west of Bridgeport.

Anonymous said...

Every True American loves the sting of battle. (Geo. Patton)

Anonymous said...

1:33, you A$$Wipe! Insignificant? Those people were not at war, but were in their everyday mode of work. America was attacked by terrorists and thankfully our then President sent back an answer that America will not just shrug and say, "oh, well, that was but a small percentage of our population so we'll just say nevermind!"
YOU ARE A MORON! Thank GOD you are not my parent, for I know you would just shrug if I (your kid) were to die at the hand of another!
Please get the Hell out of AMERICA! You are a coward, and we do not want you here in "the land of the free and the home of the brave!"

Anonymous said...

@ 1:33 - So, what percentage of American deaths from an enemy attack would you prefer? It took far less for us to go to war against Japan or the Brits in the War of Revolution. What kind of treasonous idiot are you? One American death in an enemy attack is enough to go to war for, unless that one would be you, you mindless SOB!

Anonymous said...

Actually, using planes not only showed the cowardness of al-quaida but also their ineptness and inability to drop a bomb or missiles on U.S. soil.

The only bomb dropped on American soil, other than pearl harbor, was a Japanese bomb held by a balloon. It rode the jet stream till it reached us.

Anonymous said...

I just listened to Bush's Flight 93 speech and he put me in tears. A truly great man we had to lead us in that dark hour.

Anonymous said...

Amen to 6:44

Anonymous said...

Bill Maher said the terrorists were brave, our soldiers were the cowards.

Anonymous said...

6:44 said of GWB

"A truly great man we had to lead us in that dark hour"

Now we have a truly dark man to lead us for about an hour

Anonymous said...

Thats about how long it took for him to do paperwork to get the SEAL team on the job, 8:02.

Anonymous said...

8:02 Which hour was that? I guess I missed it.

Anonymous said...

Millions for defense, not one cent for tribute!

Anonymous said...

Obammy had Seal Team 6 taken out to cover up that Osama had been dead for years... He had to cover it up this was only a election ploy that Osama was killed.

Anonymous said...

OMG 12:31 that made me sick to my stomach to read.

It is "questionable" in my mind, too