Please don’t forget 9-11

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      • Apparently (based on the 2 downvotes), my question annoyed people. That wasn’t really my intention. Let me rephrase: I don’t think about 9-11 constantly. I’m sure if I did, I would be a different person with different behavior. I can’t imagine what that behavior would be though. What should I actually do right now, as a result of remembering 9-11? How should my daily behavior be different? These are not rhetorical questions; I’m actually curious how others have changed their lives because they think often about 9-11.

        My teachers used to tell me that “there are no stupid questions, only stupid answers.” Downvoting my question rather than answering it, no matter how obvious you think the answer is, does not actually convey any information to me besides some anonymous disapproval. It is essentially the stupidest possible answer in this medium.

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        • dude, this is the internet. Hardly anyone cares. They just enjoy fucking with your head! And based on your reply you’ve been fucked without protection. Congrats, enjoy the Internet aids.

          By the way your teacher must have been a pole because it’s:” There are no stupid question, only easy answers.”

          Learn the internet before it rapes you son!
          like how i will put a negative on myself!

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    1. How can I forget? I was the first in my family to found out that something was amiss that day. I awoke to the radio station that normally was all shits and giggles. But this morning they were dead serious and extremely confused a what was going on in the world. So I ran upstairs, turned on the TV and several minutes later the second plane hit the second tower on the live feed. Then the networks replayed it all over and over and over again. The planes full of people flying into the buildings, people jumping out of the buildings to their death, utter chaos in NYC and naturally stories from the fire fighters, police officers and the survivors that were there. Many years later America hasn’t changed for the better, but for the worse. Our moral compass is more fucked than ever.

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    2. When I heard about 9/11, I didn’t really care. I continued playing video games.

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    3. I was at work at a Subway sammich shop, and it was just me and the store owner, and his wife kept calling the store everytime something new happened. I didn’t get to actually see what the situation was until I got home and turned on the tv.

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    4. Someone gave me a +1?

      WHAT’S WRONG WITH YOU

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    5. When I heard about 9/11, I was sad. People died, you know.

      When I noticed what it turned america into, I was rather displeased to see that you people over the pond there are a collective of cultureless, politically indoctrinated cumrags. Sure, not all of you, but the sum of the parts seems to be such.

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