Sunday, September 10, 2017

Never Forget

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david said...

I remember exactly where I was when I found out about this tragic event.

Lee Hart said...

I live in the area with the biggest number of lives lost due to this tragedy, and could see the cloud of smoke over the ocean for days. I was lucky in the fact that I only personally know people who were able to escape the towers before the collapse. My best friend and I went to the location of the towers a few nights after this happened, where people had posted photos of loved ones who were missing. A man was standing in front of a photo of his missing loved one, openly sobbing with agony. I have never, and will never, forget the sights or sounds of this tragic time. My family is moving to Florida next month, and I wonder what it will be like to live through the day next year, in a different location of the US? My heart will always be with those who lost loved ones on 9/11/01, the day that changed America forever.

On another note, best wishes to all dealing with the recent hurricane tragedies.

hunter said...

Anyone who can explain how building 7 went down in a controlled demolition (televised) though it wasn't hit by a plane - I'm all ears.

Marlo said...

Does that tin foil hat squeeze your braincell too hard?

VRF said...

A week after 9-11, I wrote a song called "Never Forget." Not long after that, I teamed up with a newly formed charity that helped first responders. In doing so, I became friends with a brave NYC firefighter who was buried alive under the rubble of the South Tower. As I got to know him over the years, I was privileged to witness his kindness and compassion towards others. Never in my life did I imagine that one day he'd end up helping me. Six years ago, after I suffered a horrific loss, he was one of the first people to reach out. In the worst moment of my life, I knew that he understood the trauma and shock I felt in a way that few people ever would. A year later, he and other firefighters held a fundraiser to help my family. I will always be grateful for everything he has done for our country, and for my family. But most importantly, he's shown me time and again what it means to be a survivor. Thank you Joe. I will Never Forget.

hunter said...

Do you understand how physics and steel work? If you did you would also see there is no way it was possible or related.

Just because an idea makes you uncomfortable doesn't mean it's not true. Disregarding something without considering the facts is what dumb people do to keep their lives simple.

Can you actually EXPLAIN the collapse of WTC 7 without calling me a tinfoil-hatted tiny brained person? I bet you cannot.

Marlo said...

Do you retard understand how conspiracy theories work?
In the day and age of Edward Snowden and Julien Assange, it's somehow so peculiar, that 9/11 - the event with the most hardcore modern conspiracy theories in the world - has still, after all these years, not had 1 single person come out and say 'hey guys, here's some PROOF'

The logistic involving remote-controlled airplanes, exploding buildings, and the number of people who'd have to be involved in all of this, yet no PROOF, even after 16 years!

The US is one of the most attacked and hated countries in the world, you'd think that by now some guy's PROOF would have been bought by now...

And finally: you know NOTHING about physics, You're just some sad little fuck, who believes in conspiracy threes because this is the only way you can feel somewhat more intelligent than others.
But the joke's on you: everybody else thinks you're fucking pitiful, atrociously stupid, retard.