Nine Eleven

on 09.12.2006

With out a doubt September 11 was a day that changed the way we live, as a community, as individuals, as Americans. Itís a day that I will personally never forget; I will forever remember exactly what I was doing when I found out the terrible news, the innocent lives that were lost that day, the brave men and woman that gave up their own lives to try and save those people that were trapped in those fiery concrete and steal tombs, the families, the friends, the husbands, the wives, and the poor, poor children that will never see their mommies and daddies come home again.

Have we forgotten these people? I believe we have. I sat here today and watched everybody go about with their daily routines hoping to see some kind of a parade, some kind of a memorial, some sort of an investigation, anything. Yet I found and saw nothing. I canít really blame any one, for I'm also guilty of these things.

It saddens me to think of this tragedy, more so because I actually lived in New York City for the first 11 years of my life and I often visit. So I get to see first hand how those lives have changed and how they have stayed the same.

I donít understand a lot of things about that day and I really donít have much of a point, but what I do have are a shit load of questions. Questions that will probably never be answered. Questions that every American should at least consider.

In my search for the truth about this horrible day I came across an interesting video that is extremely long, but raises a lot of interesting points. Now Iím not saying that I nor anyone here at crazyshit.com agrees with this video and Iím not saying that I disagree with this video. All that I am saying is that. We as a people owe it to the innocent lives that were lost on this terrible day to find out the truth about what really happened.
Hopefully History of this kind will never repeat itself.


Jesse U, jesse@crazyshit.com
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Comments From the Peanut Gallery
you know there are some iterestung thoughts raised now that i think about this.although i dont beleive our own government had anything to do with it.it does seem alittle intereting how quiet things are.its kind of spooky.it seems this woulc bre a day of events..you would think this would be a day exploited by our polititons to wave flags and make a few speaches.if nothing ekse you would think they would do it for recognition and link there faces to a worthy of recognition..yes the silence is a little spooky,but whats really spooky are some of the people being silent....NEVER FORGET
posted on: 04-01-07 @ 3:50 AM