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RE: 9/11 the day when the world changed
Yeah... that picture is just sick in my mind....
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O.P. RE: 9/11 the day when the world changed
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ive just came back from school and we had no minute silences...but had a assembly about 9/11:P
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RE: 9/11 the day when the world changed
In this text file it shows the names of all of the lost ones on 9/11

R.I.P :(

.zip File Attachment: 911 List.zip (49.07 KB)
This file has been downloaded 197 time(s).
09-11-2006 08:34 PM
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RE: 9/11 the day when the world changed
My school had an assembly today, but they didn't speak about 9/11, they refused too as we all know about it already and we don't need to be reminded about it every 5 minutes, it'll always be in our memories and our hearts.
09-11-2006 08:39 PM
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...i remember wanting to grab a gun and shoot me some terrorists...
09-11-2006 08:59 PM
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I was quite disappointed in our school today. Usually they always do a minute silence for this sought of thing and today they did nothing and none of the teachers seemed to care. :(
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RE: 9/11 the day when the world changed
you have to move on at some point.

3000 people may have died, but that is nothing compared to the amount of people that died during WW1 and WW2 (and im not combining bith death tolls together)

those people would much prefer you all to go on with your lives and build a better world, then to think of them every year, in silence.

celebrate in joy the life the dead have lived, and do not shed a tear for the fact they have passed...

...im sure someone said that.. im just not sure who.
09-11-2006 09:27 PM
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I mourn the death of those who died on that day however, I don't like the way that 9/11 was used and treated.
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RE: 9/11 the day when the world changed
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you have to move on at some point.

3000 people may have died, but that is nothing compared to the amount of people that died during WW1 and WW2 (and im not combining bith death tolls together)


rememberence day come to mind . It doesn't how many people die. And i would imagine they would be glad we are thinking of them.


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RE: 9/11 the day when the world changed
Ground Zero will become a memorial area. The freedom tower will be a memorial tower as well (in it's own way), as it will have 111 levels instead of 110 (for the date). We are, however, lucky that the plan did not suceed as planned. (It was to grab the water from the bay and flood the subway, instantly killing 5,000,000 people. See First post, paragraphs 4 and 5: Terrorism - Are we helping) I personally think this is no big deal. Maybe 9 years and 11 years after...but 5? What's so special about 5? I'm sad so many people died but I don't think most of the fuss on the news and stuff is needed. They didn't do that last year:undecided:
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