A day to remember (for Americans): September 11th, 2011

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Post by {GM}_Lazarus on Sun Sep 11, 2011 11:02 am

Hey All you Americans in Dchaos,

I just thought it would be nice to post something about the 10th Anniversary of 9/11.

Feel free to post anything you feel is relevant to this.

Never forget...

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Post by Knives on Sun Sep 11, 2011 11:38 am

Where the towers once stood... It's truly a saddening sight.

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Post by Lasor on Tue Sep 13, 2011 5:31 pm

Ohai der America

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Post by Peppers on Thu Sep 15, 2011 9:14 pm

9/11
People die, I don't know a single one, I don't care have fun wasting tax dollars on propaganda America
Very Happy

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Post by Pepper2 on Fri Sep 16, 2011 1:01 am

Peppers wrote:9/11
People die, I don't know a single one, I don't care have fun wasting tax dollars on propaganda America
Very Happy
Oh come on why was I banned, because I am merely indifferent to the event and deaths

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Post by {GM}_Lazarus on Fri Sep 16, 2011 9:56 am

Not to burst you're bubble, but your country probably has more government propaganda than America does. Most Americans don't even vote, so nationalism is pretty low here. Why would I waste any money on propaganda when I can't even get off my ass to vote?

And before you mention anything about "If you care so little about America, then why do you care about 9/11 so much?", I'll tell you: 9/11 means more than an attack on America, but the loss of precious life and a violation of the freedoms that Americans hols so0 dear.

I'm not asking non-Americans to observe the occasion, and the fact that you even replies in the way you did is insulting to not only me (for so grievously violating my post), but to all the Americans who lost families because some idiots decided it would be great to hurt innocent Americans out of anger.

Next time you want to trample over such a somber occasion, think to yourself: "If I were the one to have lost my family to idiotic terrorists, would I want someone from another country to insult me for using "tax dollars" to support "American propaganda""?

If you're American, Then I have no words for you. I wouldn't waste my precious time on an American who can't even respect the deaths of innocent lives.

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Post by Pepper2 on Fri Sep 16, 2011 3:29 pm

{GM}_Lazarus wrote:Not to burst you're bubble, but your country probably has more government propaganda than America does. Most Americans don't even vote, so nationalism is pretty low here. Why would I waste any money on propaganda when I can't even get off my ass to vote?

And before you mention anything about "If you care so little about America, then why do you care about 9/11 so much?", I'll tell you: 9/11 means more than an attack on America, but the loss of precious life and a violation of the freedoms that Americans hols so0 dear.

I'm not asking non-Americans to observe the occasion, and the fact that you even replies in the way you did is insulting to not only me (for so grievously violating my post), but to all the Americans who lost families because some idiots decided it would be great to hurt innocent Americans out of anger.

Next time you want to trample over such a somber occasion, think to yourself: "If I were the one to have lost my family to idiotic terrorists, would I want someone from another country to insult me for using "tax dollars" to support "American propaganda""?

If you're American, Then I have no words for you. I wouldn't waste my precious time on an American who can't even respect the deaths of innocent lives.

1. I am in America ._.
2. 9/11 brought America down to fear that they took away the 4th amendment
3. Then I must apologize for that, and to all who were offended

Sorry dor my rude and heartless behavior

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