Remember September 11, 2001

September 9, 2010 § 6 Comments

The September 11 attacks left an undeletable imprint on American history. In just a few moments, nearly 3000 lives were tragically lost. And America has never been the same ever since. On the 9th anniversary of that tragic day (September 11th), please take a moment or two to remember those who lost their lives and the families they left behind. Let one’s sorrowed heart be filled with hope and joys!


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§ 6 Responses to Remember September 11, 2001

  • zman says:

    Well said, the thing that still sticks in my mind it was such a cowardly type of attack. Some people stole some airplanes and in religous fervor killed all those people…if i live to be 1oo yrs old it still will not make any god dang sense…Zman sends

  • I’ve spent the past nine years seeking answers regarding how and why 9/11 happened. I’ll never stop trying to find answers for my questions, but to be honest, the urgency lessens with every anniversary. Now, all I can do is remember the day and what life was like before…what life is like now.

    Before 9/11, life seemed simple..comparitively speaking. I remember the big news nine years ago focused on Gary Condit. Connie Chung landed an exclusive “no holds barred” interview with the beleaguered lawmaker. We crowded around our TV sets on an Indian Summer evening all those years ago, like some Fireside Chat for the New Millenium. Connie asked the questions and we watched and listened intently for his responses. Condit categorically denied having ANY knowledge of Chandra Levy’s where abouts. He knew NOTHING about the missing intern. Did we believe him?

    And really, did it matter??? This was good stuff–salaciously delicious. It had been years since the Clinton/Lewinksy debacle; we wanted more. WE NEEDED MORE and we couldn’t wait until the next juicy Condit interview.

    But that never happened. Our focus shifted.

    The next morning, 19 religious zealots in four hijacked Boeing 757’s made sure of that.


  • vishesh says:

    Not to forget the people who died in Afg. and Iraq.

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