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Bernice Sep 11
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Harry Triple O Sep 11
Remembering the lives lost for getting caught in the middle of 's KKKrooked dealing.
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Jim Greenfield Sep 10
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Erica Cohen Lyons Sep 11
17 years ago today, I left a message on my parent's machine telling them to say goodbye to my infant son and to make sure he grew up knowing how much I loved him. I can't let September 11th go by without thinking about all of those who didn't make it home that day.
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ace. ๐ŸŽƒ Sep 11
Every year I ask people where they were when the towers were hit; every single person Iโ€™ve asked knows the exact details. 17 years ago, all of America stopped and looked at New York with fear and great sadness at the loss. But we werenโ€™t broken, and we never will be.
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Ryan Hintze Sep 11
Two Georgia firefighters wearing full gear climb 110 stories to honor the fallen heroโ€™s of 9/11.
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JIMMY WAYNE Sep 11
Watch what the Canadians do when the microphone drops out during the USA National Anthem. Thank you,
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Luis Rivera Marรญn Sep 11
Today we and the Twin Towers as an icon of democracy and prosperity, and those that sacrificed to preserve liberty and freedom.
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๐Ÿ•Š ๐“๐“ต๐“ฒ๐“ฌ๐“ฒ๐“ช ๐Ÿ•Š Sep 11
17 years ago, millions of Americans went to bed quietly, with no thoughts their lives would be changed the next morning forever. One of those people was Kenneth Waldie, a close family friend. He slept with his loved ones for the last time. Left from Boston. ๐Ÿ’ง๐ŸŒน๐Ÿ’ง
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Lisa Chandler Apps Sep 11
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Regina Spacola Sep 11
I will the courage of the that died in the towers saving lives.
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Max Coolman M.D. Sep 10
Hopefully, nothing like that will ever happen to us again. Everybody knows exactly what he did when it happened. 9/11 was horrible... Maybe we will sometime know who was responsible to the destroying of the twin towers.
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Joseph Brooks Sep 11
I donโ€™t think its appropriate to post insipid political or polarizing cultural content today. Letโ€™s leave today as a solemn reminder of the innocent victims and the heroism of fire and police personnel. Leave your Nike/Trump/Putin, etc stuff for another day.
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Eddie McClintock Sep 11
There were those forced to choose between falling to their deaths, or being burned alive. I remember that.
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Ziggy Sep 10
The greatest response to hate is to stand united in love
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Brian Summons Sep 11
September 11, 2001, Never forget!๐Ÿ‡บ๐Ÿ‡ธ
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Gov. Mike Huckabee Sep 11
The vivid images of 17 yrs ago still etched into my mind. Was in KY attending Southern Governors Association; The govs taken to KY state police HQ so we could coordinate our state's response until we could get home later that day.
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TMB-tl-1 Sep 9
our thoughts and prayers go out to all survivors, first responders and families.. and to those who are fighting cancer due to the toxins from ground zero.. 'WE WILL NEVER FORGET'
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Gov. Mike Huckabee Sep 11
No political or cultural content from me today. Just solemn reminder of a day we will never forget the innocent victims and the heroism of fire, police, and other 1st responders to whom we owe respect and thanks.
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Carson Lueders Sep 11
Today is a day to reflect on past, be grateful for the present and think of how I can contribute to the future. ๐Ÿ‡บ๐Ÿ‡ธ
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