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Saturday, September 5, 2009

Silent September...Remember.

"I can think of no more stirring symbol of man's humanity to man than a fire engine."

~Kurt Vonnegut


"The pic says it all...Nuff said"

-King of New York Hacks


16 comments:

  1. What a brilliant photo....
    (Today on my homepage, special something for you)
    Greetings from Germany, Petra

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  2. What girl doesn't love a firetruck? The truck's almost as sexy as the men inside. ;-)

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  3. NY will always have a warm place in my heart. I spend 6 years of my life there. I still miss it.

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  4. The photo is awesome!
    AND words by Kurt Vonnegut (love him)... super post!
    ~AM

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  5. Fire trucks, Vonnegut and a greta pic! Bravo, King!

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  6. Amen. I'm loving the Silent September theme!

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  7. amen. wonderfully done. beautiful. simple. stirring. thank you.

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  8. Just living in New York City is interesting, huh. This is a very good photo and a good reminder of the hard working and dedicated fire fighters across the nation. I moved from the midwest a year and a half ago and spent most of my life in southern California so fire fighters are heroes there too.

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  9. Amazing shot, and even as the ex-wife of a firefighter, I still get a little chill when I see a fire truck. ;)

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  10. Brings tears to my eyes. Sheer bravery. Thanks for the reminder, King.

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  11. Georgie over at Decisionally Challenged sent me your way. Stop by mine when you get a chance. I enjoyed your shot of Engine 2. Always remember.

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  12. Amen!
    I live near a fire station. I wave every time I see them to let them know how much I appreciate them. We don't appreciate them enough. Your post reminds me of the months after 9/11 when the fire trucks carried both the canadian and U.S. flags in acknowledgement.

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