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God bless them. I will never forget that tragic day. Living only 45 minutes north of NYC... it was chaos, roads, bridges, tunnels, just overall way of life changed forever also. It's absolutely amazing what they built at ground zero...

[ame=http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=NRazT_8L58o]Memorial ready at Ground Zero - YouTube[/ame]

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I agree it is important to remember those who were lost and what happened. My symphony goes out to all of those who lost someone that day.

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The only thing bad is 10 yrs. has passed and we still have American soldiers losing their lives. I feel they should also have their names listed at ground zero. I'm sorry if People don't like what I'm going to type but tuff. I think we should have someone in the White House to take off their lacey panties Grows some big balls an say the heck with rules of war and blow their friggen country off the map and bring our men & women home. We should not have to depend on the middle east for nothing.

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I was lucky. I went to a Yankees game with my parents on the 9th. First time I got to see the Towers, two days later I watched them come down. Still kinda hard to believe.

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