Discussion in 'UFC Discussion' started by TheAmericanCrack, Sep 11, 2019.
Thoughtful guy always thinking about the first responders
It's crazy it was that long ago.
Some real heroes went to work that day and after. Sadly, some didn't make it back.
Its tough to not say something negative about Conor, but I wont bad mouth anything 9/11 related.
I remember I was trying to drive into work that day as I saw both towers burning, listening to news radio. All the bridges were closed though.
I’ll never forget that day.
So sad what happened to a hardworkers and people that generally doesn't deserve that.
I still can believe that happens and I can't imagine the magnitude of the strike.
I wished I could give all my support to my Americans brothers these days but I was too young and far away.
Happy 9/11 everyone
I remember getting ready for school. Seventh grade and my parents were watching The Today show and it was all caught live.
For a week at school, all the teachers were watching everything unfold. Not a single bit of work or homework was passed out.
My TV was on CNN at home, first year of college, so I didn't have an early class, just chilling at home, seeing the first plane get through the first tower. My mom asks me about the crazy accident going on (it wasn't an attack yet according to CNN). While I was translating for my mom (she doesn't speak english) and told her that maybe it can be a terrorist attack, the second plane hit the second tower live on TV.
It was so crazy at the time, I never figured out how many people would die from that, the proportions were too big, how many people can be in those towers, are they going to crumble...
Crazy crazy times
18 years ago... damn 2001 feels like yesterday.
that's a complement coming from you...
That date will never be forgotten. Remember every minute of that day.
That was the day I heard about these buildings.
Nice of him.
No it doesn't.
I was about to say I'm not arguing in a 9/11 thread, take it, but I didnt have to say that. It's just way too obvious to be ignored.
Freshman year in hs then stayed glued to Brian William's coverage 24/7 for 2 weeks like everyone else. He did a great job. He really did
And of course NYFD and NYPD. Most selfless, courageous, united day in US civilian history. NY has a lot to be proud of.
I remember when 9/11 happened, I woke up late for school that day. I don't think I even realized what a big deal it was. I thought things like that happened all the time in the US.
I remember my mom crying and telling me the world was coming to an end. Terrible day in our history. RIP to those who left us trying to protect our nation
So what ever happened to that 2.3 trillion?
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