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OffGuardian Sep 12
After released names of alleged hijackers at least four of them turned out to be still alive and nothing to do with the attack. But no effort was made to change the record or identify the actual persons involved.
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Ash Sep 11
No disrespect to all the teachers who taught kids about today, but I hope you taught them the truth: how our government lied to us about the reasons we went to war for it.
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Oliver McGee PhD MBA Sep 11
: I Believe in my Firefighter Dad. Even if it means sacrificing everything for our name. “Oliver McGee Jr. is the 1st Black in the Cincinnati Fire Dept...He’s just one of the crew,” said Lt. John Klinger, Engine Co. 32, in 1967. Share With Friends!
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Joe Kerridge Sep 12
In the midst of such evil, love still prevailed. Never forget.
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Noel Hightower Sep 11
I still don’t understand how today’s not a national holiday....
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R-Vin Sep 16
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thesecondgoing Sep 11
Replying to @Partisangirl
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Ash Sep 11
I will how depressing the was every morning for the LONGEST time after 9/11 happened. It always started off w/ how many soldiers had died. It went on like this for so long that they eventually added a feel-good story segment at the end of the show.
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Press TV Sep 11
9/11 was the new Pearl Harbor to instill fear into Americans: Philosopher
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Centaur Ridge Sep 12
In honor of , we'd like to offer a for our first responders. If you're a : 1. Follow us 2. Retweet 3. Post an awesome picture of you on the job 4. Tag 3 first responder friends Winner announced Sept 16!
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Patty Sep 11
I was happy to be with 1,000 volunteers including of a nationwide effort by & partners to help in LA, NYC, Phoenix&SF to package more than 1.5 million meals for people in need! LA goal met! It was a great day to have a great day
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Kamry Keese Sep 11
every morning I walk by the Quad where the Corps lives... normally it is busy and loud with outfits running around. Today it was silent. I had forgotten what day it was. Thank you Tx A&M for always reminding us to stop and remember our nation and those that we have lost
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Levi Turner Wrye Sep 11
I wish we could go back 17 years ago To 9/12/01 to where every store was sold out of flags, and everyone Flew them flags with pride and was proud to be Americans🇺🇸🇺🇸Back before our country was divided into hating people because of who you voted 4
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Stskotty Sep 11
We all are... Well most of us are. I tried to give him credit for his lame tweet. Yes it was in bad taste but it didn't have any or . Yes, I've set the bar that low but it's my only glimmer of hope.
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chris plys Sep 11
Had a wonderful time on the USS Intrepid today packing meals for with and in NYC. Grateful for the opportunity to work alongside New Yorkers to make a difference in this absolutely amazing city. I ❤️ NYC
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SFK Sep 12
I don't usually jump into this fray but my hot take after is that if you're still voting for Democrats you're retarded.
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Kristen Cloke Morgan Sep 11
As I close my eyes on this tragic , my thoughts and concerns turn to those who may suffer from . It is amazing & important how you can feel so much for people you may never meet. Please know you are thought of and cared about
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LubbockHS Volleyball Sep 11
🇺🇸 We remember. We stand as 1. We honor those that have sacrificed & do sacrifice so very much. To our everyday heroes & Patriots... Thank You! God Bless You! rocked it tonight... big shout out to NJROTC and Choir!
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EDGYTIM.com Sep 11
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AARP Hawaii Sep 15
September is and on , the National Day of Service, the AARP Hawai'i staff volunteered at the Hawaii Foodbank and held a food drive. The month is not over and the need doesn't end. Can you donate food, time or money?
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