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September 19, 2001
My heart is broken. Things like te terrorist attack aren't supposed to happen in the United States. My thoughts and prayers are on the victims and there families. Go get 'em Dubya! and God Bless America!!!
September 19, 2001
THIS IS FROM EVERYONE FROM SOUTH BOSTON MASSACHUSETTS. OUR HEARTS AND PRAYERS GO OUT TO ALL THE VICTIMS AND THEIR FAMILIES. MAY GOD BLESS AND GIVE YOU STRENGTH AT THE HOUR OF YOUR NEED. STRENGTH IS IN NUMBERS.SO IF WE STICK TOGETHER IMAGINE WHAT OUR COUNTRYS STRENGHTH IS GOING TO ACCOMPLISH. WITH ALL OUR LOVE AND PRAYERS, SOUTH BOSTON NEIGHBORS
September 19, 2001
Words can not express my deepest sympathies. To those who lost their lives, look down on us from heaven, and know that we will honor your lives and avenge your deaths. I've cried a thousand tears.
September 19, 2001
May God bless those who lost their lives in this terrible tragedy and may God bless America always.
September 19, 2001
Up until Tuesday I had probably laughed 50 times a day, I laughed at you, I laughed at me,
I laughed at jokes, I laughed at animals, I laughed at embarrassing times, I laughed at
memories, I laughed at inappropriate things, I laughed at appropriate things, I laughed in
church, I laughed at the guy that sang louder than everyone else in Mass, I laughed in
traffic, you've seem me, "that crazy guy," yeah, you laughed too....I laugh at the girl I
"fell in love with..." when I was 18, confused, but I laughed, I laughed at the time my
parents fought over simplicities, I laughed harder when I/we fight over the same things, does it
really matter? I laughed at the way you would fold my shirts, I laughed even harder at the way I fold my
shirts, I laughed, I laughed at the person that farted in public, I laughed harder when they walked
away in panic, I laughed at the time I farted on the train, I laughed as I watched in horror as people began to squirm and hold their breath, it was during rush hour, I laughed at the snob in the nice suit that tripped and fell, he was okay, but I laughed, I laughed at the
guy walking the great dane down the beach, he wore a bikini, so did the dog, I laughed. I laughed at the time I had a first date and spent a little over a half hour in the bathroom, I laughed even harder when I found that there was no toilet paper, yeah, I laughed, I wonder if she's laughing, I laughed at the time I wiped a brownie on a piece of toilet paper and threw it on the guys foot in the stall next to me, I apologized, but I laughed,hehehe, I laughed at my good friends, I laughed at my problems, I laughed at your problems, I laughed at my family, I laughed at your family, I laughed at love, I laughed at
hate, I laughed at "you remember that time." I laughed at the movies, I laughed at the radio,
I laughed at myself, I laughed at myself, I laughed at myself, I laugh at myself., I laughed and laughed, I laughed at the things I did when I was 14, I laughed at what I was dreaming about early Tuesday morning, I laughed at my past, I laugh at my future. I know it's hard to laugh at a time like this, but
take a moment and remember to laugh. I miss laughter, but remember it's not about showing the terrorist they didn't hurt us. It is about showing ourselves we haven't quit. God Bless America
September 19, 2001
Up until Tuesday I had probably laughed 50 times a day, I laughed at you, I laughed at me,
I laughed at jokes, I laughed at animals, I laughed at embarrassing times, I laughed at
memories, I laughed at inappropriate things, I laughed at appropriate things, I laughed in
church, I laughed at the guy that sang louder than everyone else in Mass, I laughed in
traffic, you've seem me, "that crazy guy," yeah, you laughed too....I laugh at the girl I
"fell in love with..." when I was 18, confused, but I laughed, I laughed at the time my
parents fought over simplicities, I laughed harder when I/we fight over the same things, does it
really matter? I laughed at the way you would fold my shirts, I laughed even harder at the way I fold my
shirts, I laughed, I laughed at the person that farted in public, I laughed harder when they walked
away in panic, I laughed at the time I farted on the train, I laughed as I watched in horror as people began to squirm and hold their breath, it was during rush hour, I laughed at the snob in the nice suit that tripped and fell, he was okay, but I laughed, I laughed at the
guy walking the great dane down the beach, he wore a bikini, so did the dog, I laughed. I laughed at the time I had a first date and spent a little over a half hour in the bathroom, I laughed even harder when I found that there was no toilet paper, yeah, I laughed, I wonder if she's laughing, I laughed at the time I wiped a brownie on a piece of toilet paper and threw it on the guys foot in the stall next to me, I apologized, but I laughed,hehehe, I laughed at my good friends, I laughed at my problems, I laughed at your problems, I laughed at my family, I laughed at your family, I laughed at love, I laughed at
hate, I laughed at "you remember that time." I laughed at the movies, I laughed at the radio,
I laughed at myself, I laughed at myself, I laughed at myself, I laugh at myself., I laughed and laughed, I laughed at the things I did when I was 14, I laughed at what I was dreaming about early Tuesday morning, I laughed at my past, I laugh at my future. I know it's hard to laugh at a time like this, but
take a moment and remember to laugh. I miss laughter, but remember it's not about showing the terrorist they didn't hurt us. It is about showing ourselves we havnen't quit.
September 19, 2001
"One hand reaches out and pulls a lost soul from harm. While a thousand more go unspoken for. They say what good have you done by saving just this one. It's like whispering a prayer in the fury of a storm. And I hear them saying, you'll never change things and no matter what you do it's still the same thing. But it's not the world that I am changing. I do this so this world will know that it will not change me." - Garth Brooks

My thoughts and prayers are with all of the victims, their families and the rescue workers. All of your efforts are heroic.
September 19, 2001
I cannot describe the sense of loss and sorrow that I feel for all the victims and their families. I would like to thank all the couragous firefighters and police men and women, some of whom lost their lives trying to help others during this tragic event. Thank you so much for all your continuing efforts!!
September 19, 2001
Words cannot express my sadness and loss. My hope is for our children, that they may learn from this devistating act and never repeat it. May we all love and cherish one another, no matter what religion, race or creed.
September 19, 2001
It is September 12, 2001 and we wake from what we think is a horrible dream. Someone, a nameless, faceless coward, came on to American soil and tried to take something we as a nation fought for 225 years ago. Something we have fought for every day since.
FREEDOM!

It is a week later and for the past week, we have forgotten that we are African-Americans, Irish-Americans, Italian-Americans. We are just Americans! It is time for all Americans to become passionate again about being American. It is time we show the world we can stand united and fight for the very thing we fight for every day.
FREEDOM!

My heart is sad for all the broken families, the broken friendships, a broken Nation. My heart is proud for all the Americans who have come together to rescue, recover and rebuild this broken Nation. My heart prays for all the families and friends directly affected by this. My heart prays for all the Americans. My heart prays for…
FREEDOM!

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