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Remembering 9/11, 10th anniversary

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I was in fourth Grade when 9/11 happened, and I remember coming home from school that day and seeing on tv all the footage, and the sad videos and pictures. Watching it on tv now..today still feels like it just happened yesterday! This will never be forgotten, and those people who lost their lives will never be forgotten.

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I'm planning on making a 9/11 city journal, using screenshots of my recreated Manhattan using amazing photoshop effects. But I'm not sure... I think it could be kinda offensive for some people. And I don't want that to happen. With the photoshop effects I can show how horrible that day really was, and that we should never forget. But I have to be sure it's okay, before doing something like this. What do you think? Yes or no.

(sorry if my English is bad)

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Even though I am happy that you, Halo1dragon, didn't do something stupid, and for once actually you've said something that is actually quite nice, NYBT forums isn't the best place to do it, unless you're primarily just concerned about the world trade center, since there were other attacks following the World Trade Center on that same day, but thank you very much for this 4.gif I actually did witness the World Trade Center falling down in person, i was a little kid though so my memory of that day is a bit rough, but i doubt anyone wants to hear my story since it's rather boring 3.gif

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Actually, since NYBT is at this point the go to spot for all things new york on ST, I'd say this is an appropriate spot.

Its amazing how 9/11 still refuses to start fading in our memories. Its always just as vivid as it was on 9/11/2001. How long will it take? 10 years? 20 years? Will this day be vividly remembered for the rest of our lifetimes?

Very few days have had such a large impact on culture, politics, and the atmosphere of the world in general. 9/11 definetely ushered in a new era

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I on 9/11/2001 i was in third grade in Brisbane and when i watched the terror unfold on the television i said "that is horrendous" i just looked in horror at these 110 story buildings burning and i nearly fainted

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I think... (sorry; at first) we can't blame all Islamic people in the world. They are being betrayed by their own friends who had become the Terrorist. Talking too much about Islamic people for me, Asian people is rude, knowing I stand & live between Islamic people (and that's the truth). The issue about Al-Quran's text about us, Christian & Zionist or Jewish or Israeli are perfect liar. I even never agree about that issue.

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