Monday, September 11, 2006

9/11

Remember and be angry.

6 Comments:

Anonymous Anonymous said...

Noone should ever forget the people lost that day or the servicemen and women lost in the war on terrorism. Schu in GA

6:59 PM  
Blogger Desultory Girl said...

You're damn right.

8:12 PM  
Blogger A Hawk said...

Hey...glad you're back, even if its not on the brightest day.

That building , and the people, and what it stood for meant a hell of a lot to us...see how far we've gone.
Our "security" as a superpower has been compromised, and now escalation.

Sorry to be a pessimist, but you can say hello to WWIII. Its coming soon.
We all know this. We all have mixed feelings.

I'm a relatively new fan of your blogs. (I'm interested in joining the Marine Corps soon) You are an excellent writer/slightly comic, with all respect. I'm glad you're safe from the battlefield
(at least I think you are).
Hope your family stays safe and well.

Regards,
A Floridian,
Markydnik@yahoo.com

9:51 PM  
Blogger Kat said...

*hugs* good to see you again - like "a hawk" sadi - even if it's not on a happy occaision... it's still good to hear from you.

Youare in our prayers, always.

3:18 PM  
Anonymous pollyara@hotmail.com said...

Welcome back - missed your blogentries for over a year. And yes, there are plenty of reasons to be angry and support the troops fighting this war. Thank you for everything you've done, hope to see new entries soon

5:14 AM  
Anonymous Michele said...

Thank you for remembering.
Thank you for serving.
Thank you for all you sacrifice so that I may live in safety and security and not in fear. You are in my prayers.

michele
lettersfromnyc.mu.nu

8:57 PM  

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