Today is a day to remember....

TwinSpar

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#1
Nuff said!  :(
 

BSWIFT

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#2
Agreed! :(
 

RM_guy

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#3
Ditto :(
 

Green Horn

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#4
Yesterday the teachers at my sons pre-school asked if we parents wanted to dress our kids in something patriotic for today. My relatives from New York sent him a t-shirt for his 4th b-day a few weeks back. My son is wearing a shirt with the American flag and "New York" printed below it. :thumb:
 

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#5
Lost some good friends that day. I miss them all.
 

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#6
I certainly won't forget. :(
 

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#7
I didn't loose any close friends, but lost some fellow Americans to a senseless act and its a date that I won't soon forget. Its also my mother's Birthday today. One Celibration and one Tradgedy :(
 

slo' mo

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#8
we will never forget, nor will those who had a part in the cowardly act :|
 

squeaky

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#9
I'll never forget this day. I remember where I was and what I was doing at the time like it was yesterday. :(

I also remember having to watch "The Brady Girls Get Married" because I couldn't bear to watch the new coverage anymore, but it was the only other thing on TV.
 
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#10
I will always remember looking into the sky that day for planes and only hearing the sonic booms from military jets over American soil. :|

We still must make the bastages pay! :flame:
 

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#11
Today is a day to remember that there is no gaurantee tomorrow exists. To day is a day to remember your friends and family and to tell them you remember, because tomorrow may be too late. If there is no tomorrow don't have regret wishing you had told someone something. Say what you have to say today and deal with tomorrow... well tomorrow.
 

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I remember my room mate waking me up and the disbelief I felt watching the second plane and then the collapse of the towers.
 

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In a weird way, it's almost unfortunate that most of us have slipped back into the lives we lead prior to 9/11/01. For too many of us, what is for dinner tonight or who is in the playoffs are now more important than the ongoing war on terror.

Everyone in the civilized world ought to keep in mind that the same basic players are planning the same extraordinary horrors. Giving in now and resuming things as normal is exactly as they'd like. All the easier to catch us with our guard down again.

If someone threatened to kill your family, you wouldn't kick them in the shin and walk away. This fight has only just begun. Or as they used to say in the former Confederate States of America: "Forget like he11."

Please support our strong arm in the war on terror. It's the only language the enemy understands.
 
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#15
Never forget, never forgive.