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Tuesday, September 8, 2009

Silent September...Remember.



You can be sure that the American spirit will prevail over this tragedy.

~ Colin Powell







A despicable act of blind hatred has failed completely to tear us apart. It has united us in our shared pain and in our resolve.

~ Kevin Spacey




Yup...wish they were still here... with everyone in them. I miss my friends. Damn.

~ King of New York Hacks

'Nuff said. Peace out.

32 comments:

  1. Terrorism is sadly nothing new to my country, it devastates and destroys lives for centuries afterwards.
    I can only hope that the after effects in Amerikay disnae follow suit.

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  2. Hey, I'm really digging your blog. I'm definitely onboard. I'm gonna have a look around the place and see what gems I can come up with, don't mind me.

    -timoteo

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  3. Goes to show it doesn't take a lot of words to get a point across.
    xx

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  4. God bless the souls that left us that day. Great pictures.

    PG

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  5. Sadness is felt everyday for those who lost friends and loved ones.

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  6. The changes that morning produced...the trauma...the sadness and compassion.

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  7. beautiful...just beautiful and sad.

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  8. Heartbreaking.

    I also wanted to say that I've been enjoying your tribute/posts this month.

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  9. beautiful. In a place like New York, a place I've only ever visited, you get a sense that the buildings breathe in a way. and the wound that the
    WTC left behind may heal in time, the scar will always remain.

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  10. essential and on target, as always, King. Doing my own memorial tomorrow, if you care to come by.

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  11. This was a thing that don't have explication still. People with brain don't have done this stupidity.
    Best regards,

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  12. King, I'll be linking to you on Friday...peace out!

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  13. Peace out to you too. Sorry 'bout your friends who died that day.

    Our only child will be 8 on Friday. Blessings do go on sometimes.

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  14. I love your Silent September thing. It's great.

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  15. Yep, you made me cry today. But that's ok...everyone needs a good cry now and again.

    Hallie

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  16. I've been following silent September closely. Hugs on missing your friends. Damn is right.

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  17. a picture is worth a thousand words that don't need to be said...what a tribute!

    Smooches,
    Sassy Chica

    visiting from Vodka Logic

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  18. Hi, just wanted to leave you a note because I really enjoyed this post, and to say - hello !. You have a great site here - really interesting. Thankyou for sharing it and best wishes... lovely to meet you, as it were....

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  19. I have really enjoyed reading your post this month and this month is'nt over yet.I have loved the pics you have and the feeling you get just by seeing them. BIG HUGS AND LOTS OF LOVE FOR YOU AND YOUR FRIENDS. GOD BLESS.MY heart goes out to you.

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  20. Amen. And I will NOT forget. No matter who tells me I should. I will NOT!

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  21. Thinking of you all who felt it so deeply.

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  22. That last picture brings a tear to my eye. I was there...remember it like it was yesterday.

    Peace and strength.

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  23. That is a wonderful post. Short and to the point. I miss the towers too. I didn't know the people that died but they must be missed every second of every day.

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  24. Love your tribute...we won't forget! I have many pics of the WTC over the years...I need to sit my ass down and put a photo album together!!

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  25. I'm really digging your blog. I'm definitely onboard. I'm gonna have a look around the place and see what gems I can come up with, don't mind me.
    How to make a website

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  26. Loved this post....thank you for sharing and making it so personal. I worked on Wall Street (albeit in Los Angeles) and will never forget that terrible day when I lost so many colleagues and friends.

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  27. What a wonderful tribute for us all to experience through your lens. I willl revisit and take it all in another time. We have not forgotten.
    V

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