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Rakkety_Tamm
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11 Sep 2006, 7:30 am

Five years ago, the USA was attacked by Muslim extremists,

We shall never forget....

I lost an uncle in this thoughtless act of terrorism.

He was on United Flight 93.

He is my greatest hero, for he served his country honorably in Vietnam, and gave his life saving countless others.

May the year pass by, and our days roll on, we must always keep these souls in our hearts and minds, and stand up together, Christian, Muslim, Jewish, Wiccan, Buddhist, Taoist, or any other religion, and fight this new war, a war upon terror.

Blessed Be,
May the Goddess grant Her blessing upon The U.S.A, and all those who stand up along side of us and fight with us against the horrible people who committed this horrible crime.

May the Goddess bless the USA
May the Goddess bless President Bush.

-Mathis Wrenn, Bi-sexual registered Republican Party member, Wiccan, and Patriot.



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11 Sep 2006, 7:40 am

I'm sorry to hear that!

I can't believe it's been five years! It sure was a day in American history!


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11 Sep 2006, 7:41 am

Rakkety_Tamm wrote:
We shall never forget....


I'm trying to forget but people keep reminding me,LOL

Rakkety_Tamm wrote:
"..thoughtless act..."


as horrible as it is,tons of thougt and years of planning went into that attack


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11 Sep 2006, 8:17 am

rpm2004 wrote:
Rakkety_Tamm wrote:
We shall never forget....


I'm trying to forget but people keep reminding me,LOL

Rakkety_Tamm wrote:
"..thoughtless act..."


as horrible as it is,tons of thougt and years of planning went into that attack


it was a thoughtless act of terrorism. You sound like you are defending them, and I DO NOT find this a laughing matter. It is thoughtless because of the lack of thought which led up to it, of the innocent people that it would harm, that they saw through there twisted form of Islam.


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11 Sep 2006, 8:18 am

rpm2004 wrote:
Rakkety_Tamm wrote:
We shall never forget....


I'm trying to forget but people keep reminding me,LOL

Rakkety_Tamm wrote:
"..thoughtless act..."


as horrible as it is,tons of thougt and years of planning went into that attack


it was a thoughtless act of terrorism. You sound like you are defending them, and I DO NOT find this a laughing matter. It is thoughtless because of the lack of thought which led up to it, of the innocent people that it would harm, that they saw through there twisted form of Islam.


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11 Sep 2006, 9:24 am

Rakkety_Tamm wrote:
it was a thoughtless act of terrorism. You sound like you are defending them, and I DO NOT find this a laughing matter. It is thoughtless because of the lack of thought which led up to it, of the innocent people that it would harm, that they saw through there twisted form of Islam.


I am in NO WAY defending them

and just commenting on what you said...to them we're not innocent,they consider all non-islamics evil.They acted on their beliefs,just like the crusades.They did something horrendous for what they thought was a good cause.

just re-instating:I don't endorse or condone any of the actions taken by those men on 9/11


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11 Sep 2006, 1:17 pm

Rakkety_Tamm wrote:
Five years ago, the USA was attacked by Muslim extremists,

We shall never forget....

I lost an uncle in this thoughtless act of terrorism.

He was on United Flight 93.

He is my greatest hero, for he served his country honorably in Vietnam, and gave his life saving countless others.

May the year pass by, and our days roll on, we must always keep these souls in our hearts and minds, and stand up together, Christian, Muslim, Jewish, Wiccan, Buddhist, Taoist, or any other religion, and fight this new war, a war upon terror.

Blessed Be,
May the Goddess grant Her blessing upon The U.S.A, and all those who stand up along side of us and fight with us against the horrible people who committed this horrible crime.

May the Goddess bless the USA
May the Goddess bless President Bush.

-Mathis Wrenn, Bi-sexual registered Republican Party member, Wiccan, and Patriot.
im sorry but i found most of this reply to be hilarious. haha



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11 Sep 2006, 1:40 pm

I am extremly offend waterdogs. If you find September 11th funny in any way, you are a sick person. Do you have ANY idea how it feels to see people like Teddy Kenedy and John Kerry in the US Senate mock the memory of people like my uncle? If you find this funny, then you can just go to hell. This is a place where I should be able to express my grief WITHOUT being INSULTED by scum like you.


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11 Sep 2006, 1:47 pm

alright maybe i should have been more clear, i find the last line hilarious. sorry :D



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11 Sep 2006, 1:50 pm

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alright maybe i should have been more clear, i find the last line hilarious. sorry :D

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11 Sep 2006, 1:55 pm

i can't! i don't believe in hell



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11 Sep 2006, 2:06 pm

you have officaly reported for harrasment.


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11 Sep 2006, 2:06 pm

Rakkety_Tamm wrote:
If you find September 11th funny in any way, you are a sick person. Do you have ANY idea how it feels to see people like Teddy Kenedy and John Kerry in the US Senate mock the memory of people like my uncle? If you find this funny, then you can just go to hell. This is a place where I should be able to express my grief WITHOUT being INSULTED by scum like you.
its not that i find it funny, its just that i think the way the media goes, so does sociaty. thats whats funny. i could care less about democrates and republicans alike so i don't really know why you brought that up, because i don't belong to any of those partys, but im not suprised. if your uncle was really on the plane i'm sorry.



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11 Sep 2006, 2:07 pm

Rakkety_Tamm wrote:
you have officaly reported for harrasment.
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11 Sep 2006, 2:27 pm

I cant find anything insulting.