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Re: what was your reaction to 9/11
« Reply #50 on: September 15, 2004, 02:32:52 AM »
my first reaction was "what goes around, comes around"


So thousands of innocent civilians died, and that was your first reaction?...How nice of you.

millions of innocent people have died by the hands of usa and i can guarantee that you haven't given a fuck...
you see... the "barbaric aspect" with me is that i dont like overtreat a specific group. And i gotta be honest... i don't cry when somebody in africa dies... i don't cry when somebody in japan dies... so why the fuck should i cry if somebody in usa dies?... remember the one min of silence in the entire world for the victims?... fuck that, i haven't had one min of silence for innocent deaths in africa, asia, sounth america or europe, .. so why usa?.... why aren't we having a onemin of silence for the innocent kids who were killed by terrorists in russia recently?...

usa have been attacking arabs for years.. and even though i don't sympathize with their reaction, i can fully understand it... in fact, even usa would react that way if the situation was the same.
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Re: what was your reaction to 9/11
« Reply #51 on: September 16, 2004, 08:45:27 PM »
my first reaction was "what goes around, comes around"

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That was my first immediate thought, I heard the rumour in 1st period, I had a spare, this was my last year of high school. I walked into a class, and they had it on. First thing I thought was somebody did it. After half century of fuckin with dozens of countries, some one stepped up and slapped the bully. Of course, my next thought was with the casualties, because at the time no one figured it would be 3000 dead. They were talkin about 30,000. So thats fucked, truly I said a prayer for those who died and those whose turn is coming, cuz Tech knows how this world works.
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Re: what was your reaction to 9/11
« Reply #52 on: September 16, 2004, 09:06:33 PM »
^it's actually amazing  that not more than 3,000 died.  when i went to NY a while ago the wtc was fucking packed like Disney Land , Magic Mountain, and LAX combined...and nevermind the people in the buildings,lol. so when i saw that shit get hit i was like FUCK they just killed 100,000 people at LEAST. NY really put it down with the police and fire departments there


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Re: what was your reaction to 9/11
« Reply #53 on: September 16, 2004, 09:26:07 PM »
^it's actually amazing  that not more than 3,000 died.  when i went to NY a while ago the wtc was fucking packed like Disney Land , Magic Mountain, and LAX combined...and nevermind the people in the buildings,lol. so when i saw that shit get hit i was like FUCK they just killed 100,000 people at LEAST. NY really put it down with the police and fire departments there

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Re: what was your reaction to 9/11
« Reply #54 on: September 16, 2004, 09:44:22 PM »
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Re: what was your reaction to 9/11
« Reply #55 on: September 16, 2004, 10:49:05 PM »
As the old saying goes, if you like living, and you see something that is dangerous and life threating... run. It's not a joke, I know at the sight of a gun, even the hardest gangsta is gone. When the forest fires came here, my dad is a tough guy, and doesn't like to leave, but he was in another city within 5 minutes of evacuations. With as many people as it should have killed, it goes to show you, when something like that happens, just get the fuck out, and watch it on the news later.
 

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Re: what was your reaction to 9/11
« Reply #56 on: September 16, 2004, 10:55:28 PM »
^it's actually amazing  that not more than 3,000 died.  when i went to NY a while ago the wtc was fucking packed like Disney Land , Magic Mountain, and LAX combined...and nevermind the people in the buildings,lol. so when i saw that shit get hit i was like FUCK they just killed 100,000 people at LEAST. NY really put it down with the police and fire departments there

The reason why not as many people died was b/c both planes hit before 9:00 am.  So a lot of people still were not at work.  Say the planes would of hit around 11:00 am we would of possibly of saw 10,000 killed.  also about the fire department an police department.  A lot more would of been saved if they didnt send them back up to there offices.  But i cant really fault them for than because how are you supposed to prepare for something like that.
 

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Re: what was your reaction to 9/11
« Reply #57 on: September 16, 2004, 10:59:27 PM »
^it's actually amazing  that not more than 3,000 died.  when i went to NY a while ago the wtc was fucking packed like Disney Land , Magic Mountain, and LAX combined...and nevermind the people in the buildings,lol. so when i saw that shit get hit i was like FUCK they just killed 100,000 people at LEAST. NY really put it down with the police and fire departments there

The reason why not as many people died was b/c both planes hit before 9:00 am.  So a lot of people still were not at work.  Say the planes would of hit around 11:00 am we would of possibly of saw 10,000 killed.  also about the fire department an police department.  A lot more would of been saved if they didnt send them back up to there offices.  But i cant really fault them for than because how are you supposed to prepare for something like that.

true... imagion... now today's drill is what do do when someone crashes a plane into a really huge building that is suppose to be able to take the impact. This is what you do in case of this, an event that has never happened.
 

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Re: what was your reaction to 9/11
« Reply #58 on: September 17, 2004, 12:01:40 AM »
^it's actually amazing  that not more than 3,000 died.  when i went to NY a while ago the wtc was fucking packed like Disney Land , Magic Mountain, and LAX combined...and nevermind the people in the buildings,lol. so when i saw that shit get hit i was like FUCK they just killed 100,000 people at LEAST. NY really put it down with the police and fire departments there

The reason why not as many people died was b/c both planes hit before 9:00 am.  So a lot of people still were not at work.  Say the planes would of hit around 11:00 am we would of possibly of saw 10,000 killed.  also about the fire department an police department.  A lot more would of been saved if they didnt send them back up to there offices.  But i cant really fault them for than because how are you supposed to prepare for something like that.

yeah true, when i went to see the WTC's back in the day it was like 2:30 -3 in the afternoon, mourning must be less hectic.


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Re: what was your reaction to 9/11
« Reply #59 on: September 17, 2004, 12:52:34 AM »
my first reaction was "what goes around, comes around"


So thousands of innocent civilians died, and that was your first reaction?...How nice of you.

millions of innocent people have died by the hands of usa and i can guarantee that you haven't given a fuck...
you see... the "barbaric aspect" with me is that i dont like overtreat a specific group. And i gotta be honest... i don't cry when somebody in africa dies... i don't cry when somebody in japan dies... so why the fuck should i cry if somebody in usa dies?... remember the one min of silence in the entire world for the victims?... fuck that, i haven't had one min of silence for innocent deaths in africa, asia, sounth america or europe, .. so why usa?.... why aren't we having a onemin of silence for the innocent kids who were killed by terrorists in russia recently?...

usa have been attacking arabs for years.. and even though i don't sympathize with their reaction, i can fully understand it... in fact, even usa will react that way if the situation was the same.


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Re: what was your reaction to 9/11
« Reply #60 on: September 17, 2004, 07:18:11 AM »
my first reaction was "what goes around, comes around"


So thousands of innocent civilians died, and that was your first reaction?...How nice of you.

millions of innocent people have died by the hands of usa and i can guarantee that you haven't given a fuck...
you see... the "barbaric aspect" with me is that i dont like overtreat a specific group. And i gotta be honest... i don't cry when somebody in africa dies... i don't cry when somebody in japan dies... so why the fuck should i cry if somebody in usa dies?... remember the one min of silence in the entire world for the victims?... fuck that, i haven't had one min of silence for innocent deaths in africa, asia, sounth america or europe, .. so why usa?.... why aren't we having a onemin of silence for the innocent kids who were killed by terrorists in russia recently?...

usa have been attacking arabs for years.. and even though i don't sympathize with their reaction, i can fully understand it... in fact, even usa will react that way if the situation was the same.


no replies ?? ??

how do you reply yo the truth, even if you disagree?
 

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Re: what was your reaction to 9/11
« Reply #61 on: September 23, 2004, 09:01:54 PM »
my first reaction was "what goes around, comes around"

Straight goods.

That was my first immediate thought, I heard the rumour in 1st period, I had a spare, this was my last year of high school. I walked into a class, and they had it on. First thing I thought was somebody did it. After half century of fuckin with dozens of countries, some one stepped up and slapped the bully. Of course, my next thought was with the casualties, because at the time no one figured it would be 3000 dead. They were talkin about 30,000. So thats fucked, truly I said a prayer for those who died and those whose turn is coming, cuz Tech knows how this world works.

OK... so don't cry now the U.S. and its allies are in Iraq, Afganistan, and other places in the Mideast I mean since the 3,000 people who died had it coming I guess so did the civilians in Iraq etc... 
 

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Re: what was your reaction to 9/11
« Reply #62 on: September 23, 2004, 09:07:01 PM »
my first reaction was "what goes around, comes around"


So thousands of innocent civilians died, and that was your first reaction?...How nice of you.

millions of innocent people have died by the hands of usa and i can guarantee that you haven't given a fuck...
you see... the "barbaric aspect" with me is that i dont like overtreat a specific group. And i gotta be honest... i don't cry when somebody in africa dies... i don't cry when somebody in japan dies... so why the fuck should i cry if somebody in usa dies?... remember the one min of silence in the entire world for the victims?... fuck that, i haven't had one min of silence for innocent deaths in africa, asia, sounth america or europe, .. so why usa?.... why aren't we having a onemin of silence for the innocent kids who were killed by terrorists in russia recently?...

usa have been attacking arabs for years.. and even though i don't sympathize with their reaction, i can fully understand it... in fact, even usa will react that way if the situation was the same.


no replies ?? ??

how do you reply yo the truth, even if you disagree?

What is truth? Truth for most people is a perception.. rarely a reality. My truth and your truth are not the same, in fact, most peoples idea of truth is very different. As soon as opinion even remotely comes in to play truth goes out the window.
 

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Re: what was your reaction to 9/11
« Reply #63 on: September 23, 2004, 09:49:18 PM »
my first reaction was "what goes around, comes around"

Straight goods.

That was my first immediate thought, I heard the rumour in 1st period, I had a spare, this was my last year of high school. I walked into a class, and they had it on. First thing I thought was somebody did it. After half century of fuckin with dozens of countries, some one stepped up and slapped the bully. Of course, my next thought was with the casualties, because at the time no one figured it would be 3000 dead. They were talkin about 30,000. So thats fucked, truly I said a prayer for those who died and those whose turn is coming, cuz Tech knows how this world works.

OK... so don't cry now the U.S. and its allies are in Iraq, Afganistan, and other places in the Mideast I mean since the 3,000 people who died had it coming I guess so did the civilians in Iraq etc... 

yep, what goes around comes around  ;D