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Sunday, September 12, 2010

9/11

Yesterday was my mom's birthday. I've always felt bad for her having her birthday on 9/11 ever since, well, 9/11/01. It's a really crappy day to have a birthday. She cries a lot, so every year on her birthday, she cries all morning (even though we don't personally know anyone that died). But when you think about it, the whole thing is overrated. It's fucking ridiculous. I heard on the news a few months ago that all of the victims families are getting about $1,000,000. They're set for life. I, on the other hand, get nothing. Sure, a lot of people died and it was sad and all, but it's been 9 years - I think people need to grow up. But I know for a fact that that definitely won't happen until after next year, the 10th anniversary.

23 comments:

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  2. Totally agree. It´s ridiculous, everyday millions are murdered or die of starvation, and noone gives a fuck. People sacrifize themselves to rescue other people and their families get a clap on the shoulder "It will be a hard time but be strong". And these people get 1 million? why should they be special?

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  3. 1,000,000? damn, that's a heck of a lot lol. but anyways, indeed it was a very sad day for mourning

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  4. Ill be waiting for my bombs bro!

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  5. i cant believe there building a mosque on ground zero, trollin hard

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  6. supporting.

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  7. 1,000,000! you sure mate?
    wish your mother a happy birthday

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  8. I agree, after 9 years people should just leave it alone.

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  9. Happy 9/11 :)))

    Joke is a joke bad joke...

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  10. Your mum appears to be having a bit of a wahh. I mean 9 years, and no family. Get over it

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  11. it'll take a lot more time to forget this than 9 years..

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  12. great post... I'm eager to see the next one

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  13. Yeah, someone needs to hury up and build something instead of debating what should be built. It has been 9 years and the 9/11 site is still empty.

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  14. i'm not one of those super blind patriot types but i think it is a big deal still. it was the 1st attack on US soil in a looooong time. and while i think a mil maybe a little too ridiculous but it does pale in comparison to what they lost. they lost fathers and sons, mothers and daughters. no amount of money will ever replace that.

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  15. Incredible. If I had that much money i'd move to Mexico. Damn.

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  16. USA great country or the greatest country?

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