On Feb 20, 6:57 am, "fishandchips" aol.com> wrote:
> On Feb 20, 2:53?am, fattuc...@yahoo.com
>> On Feb 19, 9:12 pm, "Sean Carroll" hotmail.com> wrote:
>>>> Sean Carroll hotmail.com> wrote:
>>>>> There hasn't been a serious threat against the USA's existence since the
>>>>> War of 1812, at *least*.
>>>> You are joking, right?
>>>> Actually, let me say it this way (forgive me) You are fucking joking,
>>>> Those 4 planes on September 11, 2001 were no threat? One hit the
>>>> Pentagon. One crashed in Pennsylvania because of the courage of the
>>>> rebelling passengers. That plane was probably headed for Congress or
>>>> the White House.
>>>> But noooooooooo, there was no threat to the U.S.
>>> You seriously believe that the country's existence was actually in
>>> There is a huge difference between just killing people and
>>> overthrowing a country.
>> I feel compelled to make another comment about your remarks. You state
>> "There is a huge difference between just killing people and
>> overthrowing a country."
> Hey Fatt........can you belive how many ventriloquists are in this
> group without dummies on their laps. They all talk thru their asses
>> My God, that sounds so callous. "JUST killing people."
>> Lord, what has this world come to.
>> One firefighter I read about left behind a pregnant wife and 2 or 3
>> little children. Another had been on disability before September 11,
>> but loved his job so much, he returned to work just a few weeks before
>> the attack. He died too and left a widow and 5 kids.
>> I remember reading about people who were merely standing outside on
>> the street when the WTC was hit by one of the planes. Debris and
>> burning fuel from the plane reigned down; one person I read about (I
>> forget if a man or a woman) was engulfed and burned alive.
>> I have seen pictures and read about people trapped on the upper floors
>> who suffered so from the heat and smoke, they jumped to their deaths.
>> I have heard the 911 recording of a young woman (sorry I can't recall
>> her name) who was begging 911 to send help. She sounded so terribly
>> frightened and she kept saying, "It's hot" and "I can't breathe." She
>> was among the dead or missing after the buildings collapsed.
>> I remember the photos of firefighters bravely climbing up the stairs
>> to rescue people on the upper floors. Many never returned.
>> Did you see the movie World Trade Center with Nicholos Cage? That was
>> based on true events.
>> I was in the NYC area when the attack occurred and I will never forget
>> it. I remember hearing the sound of sirens going almost ALL DAY.
>> Siren after siren after siren. Police cars, ambulances, fire trucks
>> raced to Manhattan from miles away. Little did we know at the time
>> that most of those brave men and women would never return.
>> I remember the sky was utterly silent. No passenger planes. The only
>> planes I saw and heard were helicopters and military jets. Yes, US
>> military jets patroling the skies in the NYC area.
>> And I remember looking into the distance and into the sky miles away
>> and seeing the huge plume of black smoke rising miles into the heavens
>> and across the sky and starting where the World Trade Center used to
>> be. It was unreal.
>> And I remember being inside a building that afternoon and smelling
>> this strange burning, chemical smell and thinking (stupidly) "What is
>> that smell? Is someone barbequeing something awful? Where is that
>> coming from?" And I went outside, saw the smoke from the site of the
>> WTC, and I knew what it was. And I thought to myself "God, here I am
>> miles and miles away and I can smell it."
>> And later that afternoon some neighborhood children were playing
>> outside. And they came to me and said, "Look what we found! It fell
>> from the sky." And I realized that papers, ashes and cinders were
>> falling down in people's backyards and on the sidewalks from what was
>> left of the WTC.- Hide quoted text -
Sadly, I must agree with you there fish.