Remembering Sept. 10th and 11th 2001: MERGED

Remembering Sept. 10th and 11th 2001: MERGED

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    Remembering Sept. 10th and 11th 2001: MERGED

    September 10th, 2001, the last normal day before our world changed.
    September 11th, 2001; patriots will never forget.


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    Some people do forget until they are reminded by some ceremony on the news. I know I will never forget and if I can do anything about it, neither will my family.
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    Never forget....I can't believe Sept 11 hasn't been deemed a national holiday yet. I guess the powers that be think it's too close to labor day? There is no comparison far as I'm concerned.



    May God Bless America always.

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    I actually heard that starting tomorrow it is a holiday. I don't have time to look it up though...

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    Quote Originally Posted by Ram Rod View Post
    Never forget....I can't believe Sept 11 hasn't been deemed a national holiday yet.
    9/11 should never be a holiday. I can't think of anything more disrespectful than to drink beer, barbecue and party on a day of infamy. People remember 12/7 without a day off from work...

    May God Bless America always.
    Amen

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    Quote Originally Posted by SelfDefense View Post
    9/11 should never be a holiday. I can't think of anything more disrespectful than to drink beer, barbecue and party on a day of infamy. People remember 12/7 without a day off from work...



    Amen
    Point taken.

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    I will never forget.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Ram Rod View Post
    Never forget....I can't believe Sept 11 hasn't been deemed a national holiday yet. I guess the powers that be think it's too close to labor day? There is no comparison far as I'm concerned.



    May God Bless America always.
    I was in NYC when they had the pillars of light display. It was the first time I had been back since before 9.11.01 and the scene was very disturbing to me. I wouldn't want it to turn into another cheesy holiday, either.
    I was a senior in high school and we were taking an exam on the causes and effects of WWI in my 20th Century Politics class. I will never forget walking past another classroom an hour later and seeing the first tower fall and just couldn't believe my eyes.
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    My brother called 20 seconds after first plane hit. Co-workers wife was in Empire State Building watching out the windows when both planes hit. Other brother spent the next few weeks placing body parts into 5 gallon pails. My Brother-In-Law directing traffic over Brooklyn Bridge and was watching people jump from windows holding hands. Bad day for NY.

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    On the eve of another 9-11-01 Anniversary...

    I would like to take a moment to remember all the Law enforcement officers, Firefighters and citizens who lost their lives on 9-11-01.
    So many individual acts of heroism came out of this tragic event.
    You folks made me proud to be an American!! We will NEVER FORGET YOU!!!
    My thoughts and prayers go out to all of the surviving family members.
    God Bless the USA!!!

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    Hear Hear! A long day tomorrow, with a lot of memories and contemplation about the Greatness of the USA, and the Men and Women who serve!


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    Nobody has forgotten what happened 7 years ago, right?

    Never forget.

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    Never have, never will. When I crawled out of bed and watched TV for a couple of hours went down to the gunshop for a Glock
    "[T]he people are not to be disarmed of their weapons.
    They are left in full possession of them."

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    no sir >____________________________________<amen

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    Not a day goes by that I don't think of the 658 people I worked with who died on that day. If I had been President on 9/12, my response would have been less....measured.

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