View Full Version : 9/11, Nevar Forget
11th September 2005, 06:01 PM
Or do, I don't care. But since it's 9/11, it's imperative that you watch one tribute.
What doesn't Yakety Sax make better?
11th September 2005, 09:20 PM
No, I don't think I'll ever forget... That was a terrible day that I'll remember forever. More importantly, I'll never forget the victims and the heroes who lost their lives fighting for others.
11th September 2005, 09:29 PM
That reminds me, Discovery Channel is showing a documentrary on the one flight that fought back, the PA flight if memory serves. If you can get a chance to watch it, do so. Those people were braver then most. :(
11th September 2005, 09:58 PM
Well, at least people are starting to talk about the WTC attacks (I refuse to name it after a bloody date) to remember it, and honour the people who died, rather than as talking points used to further one's agenda, talking about "nine-eleven this" and "nine-eleven that" as if the almighty "September 11th" is this living entity that's actually walking around and doing stuff.
Incidentally, if the WTC attacks happened on July 11th, I bet 7/11 would have made tons of money :rolleyes:
Really though, it's not humanly possible to forget that day. It's been drilled into the brains every person on this planet for the past four years. And the same thing is happening with "Katrina". These have been terrible, tragic moments in the world's history, and I find it sad that we can't leave them alone. We'll never remember these events respectfully as we do Remembrance Day (Veteran's Day), because in today's world, bad news is good news, and that makes me sick.
Forgive my rambling.
12th September 2005, 01:09 AM
So, no comments on the video?
12th September 2005, 04:18 AM
I'll never forget, alright. I'll never forget how this was all meticulously planned by Bush's cronies and the taliban, and it signals the end of any reason to trust our government. Never forget, right, because being constantly reminded of tragedies is somehow patriotic instead of just a way to instill fear and irrationality into the public.
How's that for Patriotism.
13th September 2005, 03:04 AM
*Claps* Bravo, bravo! Now how about someone actually read the original post, and watch the video. But, yeah, I agree with cyberen on the last part. I still don't think 9/11 was an 'OMG GOV'T CONSIRACY!!!1!!1!!'. But man, did the OGv't use it to their advantage. I'm sad that our Gov't is run by a man who bankrupted an oil company. Only Bush could bankrupt a ****ing oil company.
13th September 2005, 03:31 AM
*Claps* Bravo, bravo! Now how about someone actually read the original post, and watch the video. But, yes, I agree with cyberen on the last part. I still don't think the September 11th, 2001 attacks were a government conspiracy. But, man, did the government use it to their advantage. I'm sad that our government is run by a man who bankrupted an oil company. Only Bush could bankrupt a ****ing oil company.
Fixed. And wasn't Enron an energy company not run by George W. Bush that went bankrupt?
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