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(Some Guy)   Massive collection of stills and original photos of WTC/Pentagon tragedy   (my.lostinfo.com ) divider line
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2001-09-12 12:06:59 AM  
RED CROSS

1-800-RED CROSS
 
2001-09-12 12:13:36 AM  
These are excellent high res photos... Thanks!
 
2001-09-12 12:29:53 AM  
I've watched this all day. I'm still horrified. I'm also troubled by the anger growing within me. Seeing these photographs makes me heartsick.
 
2001-09-12 01:25:18 AM  
I feel the same sense of anger, Doofus. The part that gnaws at me the most is that it's an unfocused anger. An anger that needs addressing, and soon. Sure we can throw token missiles at Afghanistan, but chances are the intended target, who has more than enough resources to move from place to place, will sit it out and emerge unscathed.

That's the worst part. There's a villian, but no realistic method of eradicating him. There's a country under suspect, but no way short of bombing it flat to make it give him up. It's a twisted, unfocused anger fluttering with the unreality of what happened 16 hours ago. And I'll bet a lot of people feel the exact same way.
 
2001-09-12 01:34:35 AM  
Norad, I think James Baker had the right idea when he was talking about doing away with the policy that prevents assasination of enemies. From what I hear on Fox, the administration is seriously considering it. IF it is Bin Ladin, then maybe the anger could be focused and addressed.
If he's responsible, then hunt him down like a dog and destroy him and his followers.
 
2001-09-12 01:40:49 AM  
That policy, I believe, deals with heads of state. We are not dealing with a head of state. Nothing more than a mass murderer who (and I must still use the word 'allegedly') masterminded the deaths of thousands, if not tens of thousands.

If this murderer is found to be behind what transpired, I would have no problem with termination. With EXTREME prejudice.
 
2001-09-12 09:09:37 AM  
Norad, You're right that Bin Laden isn't a head of state. I also want confirmation that he's the one responsible for the WTC disaster and the Pentagon crash. At this point, we simply don't know, although you and I aren't privy to a great deal of information that I'm sure our gov't has. The waiting and the horror and the anger combined are almost unbearable.
 
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