NEVER FORGET 9/11

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dariush maryamian said...

yup

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scott raines said...

we will never forget

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wesley ivey said...

It will remain to be one of the saddest times if not the saddest time of our American history.

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brandy waddle said...

Never forget the fallen live for the future. . Proud to be American

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W Saintil said...

Always Remember

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Michaela G. said...

I will always remember and never forget!!!

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terry brown said...

the world is not the same 911 made all cry out loud never ever forget tears!!!!!!

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Natasha Davis said...

Never Forget=(

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ashlee jones said...

GOD BLESS THE CITIZENS WHO ARE IN THE ARMY,NAVY AND THE AIR FORCE, ECT THAT PROTECT US EVERYDAY. WE WILL ALWAYS REMEMBER 9-11

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kasha frye said...

The first real memory of america in pain and us really sticking together!

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Gina Castanza said...

I remember the night before instinctively, why I don’t know.
I was awoken by a phone call to turn on the TV and felt sullen. I think of all of us that we are precious and citizens that died. Come together, love one another and always.

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Yvette Cabiness said...

I’ve had to deal with a lot things in my life and of course some I will never forget and Sept 11th is one of those Days..My heart goes out too all the families who suffered and lost love ones and friends. I do know how that feels. I pray we remember how we felt that day, how we cried for each other, helped each other and Loved each other.. I do I love you all…..

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alberto eduardo hernandez jorge said...

Gracias.. Hace 12 anos , el 9 de septiembre del 2001, ocurrio un echo ue impactaria a la ciudad de new york especificamente pero su trascendencia seria global ., el derribo de las torres gemelas en new york city . Dos aiones secuestrados por personal suicida de origen arabe precipitaron las naes contra los dos edificios creando cientos de miles de muertos ., el mundo uedo atonito en un limbo expectante del cual aun no se ha recuperado.

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Tina Thomas said...

I think the US should make this a day that we all as Us Citizen’s to stand up and have a prayer for every one who died ,and they ones who are still suffering from that day in 9/11/2011 ,let us never forget what day of mourning all over the world ,God Bless The USA and never forget a day of prayer !

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TERRI COCHRAN said...

add your comment herei will never forget it is eitched n my mind an heart like a eitch n stone i fell 2 my knees an started praying i was walking from my kitchen 2 the living room an i called the courts n my town an said see what i have been trying 2 tell u do u see i am not going cray i told u 1000s would die now u know i am not cray 4 the things i see so yes ndeed i shall never 4get ever

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Sara Thornton said...

At the time I had just moved to Florida from CT. I went to school up north with many kids that were from NY. Most of my family is also up there. The news was on the next morning and all I saw was smoke and fire on the channel. It wasn’t until the I saw the caption at the bottom of the screen that I truly knew what was happening. I distinctly remember the tingling sensation I got from watching the tower engulfed in flames. The sensation was panic. My dad at the time was working very close to that area. With the phones not working and not being able to reach him until hours later created a panic attack.
Thank you is all I could think when he finally called me and let me know he was okay . He was helping people who were covered in ashes on the street.
My heart goes out to all of the families dealing with this forever loss.

With much gratitude for having my family,
Sara

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Deborah wass said...

God is a loving God, I don’t understand how anyone could. belive. In a God who would. Want that. To happen.God Bless America

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Christine Bodish said...

Our country has been terribly scared forever. We are strong, industrious individuals. We will never forget that day. Our prayers to all persons who lost their loveones and to those who tried and died saving our brethren.

Blessings to all.

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Sharon Reese said...

To pray in silent…God bless the families

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susan varughese said...

we will never forget 9/11 because it was so tragic moments

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Leticia Bibo said...

Leticia Bibo Said…
We will never forget 9/11 it was bad moments all people in USA

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Kanika Loeung said...

I never forget because I had never been there at once and never forever. :(

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Keeper of the Birds said...

it is/was unforgettable and quite unfortunate! Hopefully as one race, the HUMAN race we can build bridges of peace and each one of us in our own way try each day to be part of the solution. RIP to the many many we lost and much love to all their families and pray for all those children that never got to even meet one of their parents. and the responding crews, 911 responders, firemen and women police etc…..much love and respect for all you did that day and do each day you suit up and show up! thank you and many blessings…….

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Brenda said...

Yes, never forget

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Mrs. A.T. said...

There are so many emotions that are involved concerning this day. I cannot begin to feel the pain of the families of the victims, nor the thoughts of the victims as it was happening. I know GOD has them in his embrace. I remember I was working at the childcare when I was told a plane flew into the first tower. My first thought was a terrible accident. Then I was told another…and the anger began to swell, because I knew it wasn’t, and I knew it was cowards that had done it. To strike at the innocent is the lowest you can go. I’m so proud of the passengers on the flight that fought to ensure that plane didn’t reach it’s intended destination. That is true bravery. All of the responders who were there and came to help, that too is true bravery…Yes I will always remember this day. GOD Bless The USA.

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Crystal Hagood said...

Ill never forget that day I was at work at wal-mart. I didn’t know what to think at first I was dazed. I Thought bout all the people all the family’s .all’s I kept thinking was God please help them be there for them. God bless all of them the family’s, the soldiers also all who were lost God bless all of us

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Victoria Crites said...

To ALL the brave people who endangered themselves in the service of helping out another man… I THANK YOU. God Bless

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