9/11 Rememberance

11 Sep

I know, I know. There are probably millions writing today about what happened on 9/11, but I just thought I’d add my 2 cents.

New York Twin Towers

conspiracy theorist are still claiming that the government was in on this. I watched some of those programs, and they did ask some important questions. Like,  how did building 7 which was blocks away from the twin towers, go down? Experts in demolition also clam that you could not have brought down the towers without explosives despite the fact that 2 huge aircraft hit the towers. I guess to get an actual picture of what happened, is to as a survivor that made it through all that mess. Anyway, my thoughts and prayers go to the victims of all those who lost loved ones in the tragedy. May it never happen again!

  • 9/11 Surfer Tells His Story (kelciewillis.wordpress.com)
  • My thanks to Kelcie Willis. a 16 year old aspiring writer, for this link to her blog!

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