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shannonbanshee
shannonbanshee
Well-Connected

Sep-11-2007 00:50

Hey everyone,
I got a e-mail from a friend to pass on to everyone to show our respect for the victim's of that day,show our nation's solidarity and to show our support for the men and women of the Armed forces and all the people that helped during that time of tragedy.Please while you are driving around in the daylight hours put your headlights on.Please also pass this on to anyone you can.
Thank you,
Shannon

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shannonbanshee
shannonbanshee
Well-Connected

Sep-11-2007 01:15

I hope I didn't upset anyone by this post or how I worded any of it.I am not a writer and I just copied most of it from the e-mail.I know this site is all over the world and didn't do an of it to hurt anyone.


Adonis Parker
Adonis Parker

Sep-11-2007 05:51

I don't see how it could.

I was 13 when that incident happened. My mum flew to Australia and was scheduled to go back on September 11, but after the incident, almost all flights suffered massive delays because of an astronomically increased security check. She didn't get home until September 13, but thank God she was safe.

To FDNY and NYPD, much honor to your service. My mum's cousin happens to live in NY and witnessed the tragedy. Also the bravery that was the direct consequence of the event.

Judge Dredd
Judge Dredd
Well-Connected

Sep-11-2007 06:20

For anyone that lost loved ones on that day, I am so sorry.
Also to anyone that was involved in the rescue and clean up (both domestic and abroad) , thank you so much.

Breitkat
Breitkat
Pinball Amateur

Sep-11-2007 13:03

There were many people lost that day, both from the U.S. and from other countries. It was a day of tragedy that I pray never comes again. We do them honor by remembering their memories today, and celebrating the dignity and heroism exhibited by so many that day.

ctown28
ctown28
Tireless Tiger

Sep-11-2007 13:11

Thank you for this post, Sept 11 is a day I will never forget and consider it one of the most depresssing days of the year. Not enough could be said about all the men and women that have lost their on this tragic day or the ones that are overseas fighting for the country today.

I shed a tear everytime I hear of another person that has made the ultimate sacrifice for his/her country.

brick84
brick84
Sleuth About Town

Sep-11-2007 15:37

Honour, Hope, Courage
All were there that fateful morn.
They remain, in us.


Bless all those who sacrificed in so many ways that day.
And Bless all of ya'll for your prayers, thoughts, and remembrances.


Charlotte Montgomery
Charlotte Montgomery

Sep-13-2007 19:57

I didn't see this post on the day :p

Anyway...I remember when it happened. I was in school and I kept hearing that the World Trade Center was knocked down. I thought that the World Trade Center was a bank...then I found out it was the Twin Towers. I remember seeign it over and over again. It's really awful.

I hope that our troops come home safely and reunite with their families very soon and I feel bad about all the people that have lost their mothers, fathers, sisters, brothers on the 9/11 accident. Innocent people who just went to work and innocent people who were going somewhere on a plane.

May our troops come home and may the family's prayers be heard.



S0ni
S0ni

Sep-28-2007 19:36

"Death is the last foe to be defeated."

J.K Rowling

I remember myself in school. Seeing the clip over and over. I miss you all. Rest in peace. Remember everybody, evil exists when good does nothing. Stay gold while you can.

pisspot
pisspot

Aug-1-2008 15:25

I was at my house watching it that morning.I was in awe.It was surreal.I was dating a girl in the Air Force at the time.The things they were doing as soon as it happened gave me the utmost respect for them.I'm from upstate ny and also lost a distant cousin that day in towers.I watched her for months come home get 2 to 3 hours of sleep a night then right back at at it.She was stationed at pope air force base in Fayettevile NC.Till this day if i see someone inthe service I thank them and buy a drink if were at a bar.Thier are real heroes.I've seen it first hand.They sacrafice everything for people they dont know and the people they love.

ctown28
ctown28
Tireless Tiger

Sep-11-2008 05:49

I just want to bump this thread up today. None of us should ever forget the events of this horrible day 7 years ago. I think about it year round, but more so on this day.

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