"You can ignore reality, but you can't ignore the consequences of ignoring reality." ~Ayn Rand.
Thank you Bro.
Excellent. I was in NY in '86 and never had two thoughts about the Trade Center.The morning of 9/11 when I woke up to the first tower on fire, I was amazed that a plane could have hit it on such a bright day. When the second plane hit, I knew my life and my kids life had changed.Today, I guess it's up to the populous of America to decide whether we take care of the problem. I'll vote my choice, but when Accchmed wants his jizya, I draw the line.
Thank you for remembering. I lost 5 friends in the Pentagon... Had things been slightly different, I would have been one of the dead.
Thank YOU Admiral...
We need to remember it. We cannot forget. Our country hinges on our memories.I remember when I was in 7th grade, on a class trip to NYC, we drove past the WTC. I tried to take a picture of it from the window. I have it somewhere. I remember how exited my reading teacher was when we saw it. He was beside himself. Now, I get it.
I will never forget!
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