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sdchrger

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Critter said:
I haven't forgotten a thing.

Nice post.:tup:
I can't believe that it's already been five years. Still seems like yesterday to me.
 

Electric Chair

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sdchrger said:
I can't believe that it's already been five years. Still seems like yesterday to me.
I think it always will.

I keep that link in my favs to start this thread every year, and every year it brings tears to my eyes when I watch it.

There should be a flag smilie. :US Flag:
 

turbo_turtle

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Great post and I will never forget September 11th 2001 just like I will never forget December 7th 1941 and I was never born or even thought about so I will most definitely remember September 11th 2001 and I hope everyone here at Bolttalk forums never forgets what September 11th 2001 is all about.:tup:

I will never ver forget September 11th 2001.
 

BFISA

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Many heroes, many heroic acts, from everyday folks.

God Bless America.
 

TheLash

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My wife spent today baking 10 dozen cookies. She and our son will deliover them to the heroes at the local sheriff's station and our 2 local firehouses. I'm very proud of her.
 

AthensPhilipRiversFan

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if any of u like to read....I strongly suggest the book "Let's Roll."

I opened the book and couldn't put it down till I read the last line on the last page. Then I cried for hours.

But I felt a sense of pride and determination that I'll never forget when I finished that book.

T
 

AnteaterRaider

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where were all of you on 9-11?

If you can believe it I was starting college that weekend, I was sleeping and my brother woke me up, told me an airplane hit one of the towers. I've been to NYC dozens of time because I have family there, I know how noticeable they are from an airplane. So the first thing I said was "What a dumbass pilot hitting the towers!" and went back to sleep. when he woke me up again and told me another plane hit the other tower, i was awake. Also my father was actually flying to pittsburgh on his way to a conference in new jersey, he was going to be driving right through the area where the fourth plane crashed.
 

BFISA

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TheLash said:
My wife spent today baking 10 dozen cookies. She and our son will deliover them to the heroes at the local sheriff's station and our 2 local firehouses. I'm very proud of her.
As well you, and each of us, should be!!

 

BFISA

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thejdog said:
Whoa. This isn't the thread for 9/11 conspiracy theories. Start one in the lounge or something if you must.:tdown:
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