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Author Topic: Remembering 9/11..... What were you doin that day when ya heard bout it?  (Read 7346 times)
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« Reply #15 on: September 17, 2010, 01:11:27 am »

Nothing wrong with paying attention to acts of war on American soil. I would think someone nuts for whom it didn't click. It was bizarre on so many levels. Aside of the war for independence and Pearl Harbor, what war was ever fought on American soil? We are in unique times, this generation.

When were civilians (moms, dads, neighbors, friends, husbands, wives, sisters, brothers) including children ( http://www.wnd.com/?pageId=12105 )ever used in the commission of an act of war? ...One might say Waco was an example of that. Was it okay to kill kids to eradicate "the cult in the compound?" Why not just starve them out instead of do what was done? (shivers)

...This is a victim of the Oklahoma City bombing. She was not guilty of any crime:
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A six year old, arched back from CS gas used on the adults without care for the effect on children.
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People don't learn. Here's a recent situation involving religion + military: http://www.cbsnews.com/8301-504083_162-20001329-504083.html

Religion + military leads to zeal leads to insanity. It usually stimulates acts of extremism and terrorism from people who think they're sane when they clearly are not. People do heinous things believing it serves some larger purpose. Terrorism. Scary stuff. Maybe you should look into working in a field related to it Missy. Not everyone can handle this stuff.


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Oh yea. Hee hee hee hee. Batting my eyes. Looking really voluptuous and dreamy into all the guys eyes here. Or not. Whatever. I don't know WHAT that was all about. SOOOOOOOOOOOOOO serious. You know? I need to get back to my soap opera's.



what's up with that burned lookin kid.
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« Reply #16 on: September 17, 2010, 07:01:14 pm »

He is a Lamb of God.....courtesy of Janet Reno...and your hard earned tax dollars...and the pressure of society to be "normal".....extra crispiness at no extra charge. Wink
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« Reply #17 on: September 17, 2010, 07:15:29 pm »



And this is Baylee.....with someone who I`m more than certain would have given his life to save hers.
I love both of them.................Terrorism is Terrorism...I took an oath to fight it.
The bastard that did this was from my hometown...yet...I would have been more than happy to take his life knowing it would cost mine so he could never do that.
The cycle of righteousness continues into eternity...........
Now....I`m just a mop boy cleaning up the wreckage...........
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« Reply #18 on: September 18, 2010, 02:24:29 am »



A six year old, arched back from CS gas used on the adults without care for the effect on children.

what's up with that burned lookin kid.


That was David Koresh's daughter. She was six years old. 

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One of David Koresh's daughters: Star Koresh, 6 years old. Photos courtesy of Waco: The Rules of Engagement film

Koresh's daughter Star suffered the brutal effects of hydrogen cyanide inhalation, one of the byproducts of CS gas. CS is a powder that is dissolved in methalene chloride. If CS gas comes into contact with a spark, or a lighter, or a small flame, it reacts and forms hydrogen cyanide gas. Cyanide gas is the same gas used in death penalty gas chambers. Cyanide gas causes the muscles in the body to contract so violently that bones may break as seen in the picture above. It appears that Star died in extreme pain and from asphyxiation of cyanide gas. Her corpse was then burned in the ensuing fire.


http://webpub.allegheny.edu/employee/e/epalmer/webcoursematerials/RCDWeb/presentations/waco/waco.html

http://texasmilitia.info/

23 children, 2 un-born babies, and 34 women died that day, along with 19 men.
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« Reply #19 on: September 18, 2010, 02:28:11 am »

the guy who shot dimebag was cool
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« Reply #20 on: September 18, 2010, 02:43:14 am »

Died April 19, 1993   [ http://carolmoore.net/waco/ ]

Children (24: child<=19)...Adults (9 F, 11 M) ...Other Countries (5 children, 19 F, 8 M)
Chanel Andrade, 1, white
Startle Summers, 1, white
Hollywood Sylvia, 1, white
Page Gent, 1, white
Mayanah Schneider, 2, white
Chica Jones, 2, white
Little One Jones, 2, white
Bobbie Lane Koresh, 2, white
Dayland Gent, 3, white
Crystal Martinez, 3, mexican
Isaiah Martinez, 4, mexican
Serenity Jones, 4, white
Star Koresh, 6, white
Cyrus Koresh, 8, white
Joseph Martinez, 8, mexican
Abigail Martinez, 11, mexican
Rachel Sylvia, 12, white
Lisa Martin, 13, black
Audrey Martinez, 13, mexican
Sheila Martin, Jr., 15, black
Anita Martin, 18, black
Michelle Jones Thibodeau, 18, white
Shari Doyle, 18, white
Jennifer Andrade, 19, white
 

...Wayne Martin, Jr., 20, black
Katherine Andrade, 24, white
Lisa Marie Farris, 24, white
Rachel Koresh, 24, white
Gregory Summers, 28, white
Sonia Murray, 29, black
Julliete Martinez, 30, mexican  
James Riddle, 32, white
Jeffery Little, 32, white
David Koresh, 33, white
Scott Kojiro Sonobe, 35, asian
David M. Jones, 38, white
Lorraine Sylvia, 40, white
Mark H. Wendell, 40, asian
Judy Schneider, 41, white
Wayne Martin, Sr., 42, black
Steve Schneider, 43, white
Sherri Jewell, 43, asian
Mary Jean Borst, 49, white
Floyd Houtman, 61, black
  
...Melissa Morrison, 6, black, British
Aisha Gyrfas Summers, 17, white, Australian and unborn child
Vanessa Henry, 19, black, British

Phillip Henry, 22, black, British
Paulina Henry, 24, black, British
Nicole Gent Little, 24, white, Australian and unborn child
Rebecca Saipaia, 24, asian, Phillipino
Livingston Malcolm, 26, black, British
Stephen Henry, 26, black, British
Sandra Hardial, 27, black, British
John-Mark McBean, 27, black, British
Diana Henry, 28, black, British
Rosemary Morrison, 29, black, British
Abedowalo Davies, 30, black, British
Beverly Elliot, 30, black, British
Bernadette Monbelly, 31, black, British
Susan Benta, 31, black, British
Yvette Fagan, 32, black, British
Clifford Sellors, 33, white, British
Floracita Sonobe, 34, asian, Phillipino
George Bennett, 35, black, British
Novellette Hipsman, 36, black, Canadian
Neal Vaega, 38, Somoan, New Zealander
Pablo Cohen, 38, white, Israeli
Diane Martin, 41, black, British
Margarida Vaega, 47, asian, New Zealander
Theresa Nobrega, 48, black, British
Doris Fagan, 51, black, British
Zilla Henry, 55, black, British
Raymond Friesen, 76, white, Canadian
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« Reply #21 on: September 18, 2010, 09:54:02 pm »

I was stationed in Hawaii at the time, we were a few hours behind everybody else so about the time I got to work that morning, it had already happened. All we had at work was a radio and everyone on the night shift was asking us what was going on but I never got to turn my tv on before I left for work. The place was in complete lock down, no civilian workers were allowed on base and all other vehicles allowed on got searched in and out. Everyone who lived off base were obviously late some people were told just to go back home just to cut down the congestion at the front gate, other alternative gates on base were closed and guarded by vehicles and heavy machine guns. Of course none of this would stop us from doing our 3-4 mile run before taking our shift that morning. They finally managed to get us a tv so we could actually see what was going on. The place was pretty crazy for a couple of weeks, and obviously security on all the bases was never the same after that. 
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« Reply #22 on: September 19, 2010, 11:49:36 pm »

I was sleeping, I would have been in the Third or Fourth grade at the time and I had a year round school which there means you get a three week break every so often depending on a random draw(a case of enough teachers just not enough classrooms so the kids were split into five groups and rotated breaks, trust me it is a lot less confusing than you think).  I was sleeping and my mom at the time was staying at home and woke my brother and I up to the scene of both buildings on fire, it is one of those things that stays with you, I remember being scared because I lived in Las Vegas at the time about a mile off of the Strip and me thinking they were targeting tall buildings so I would see one of the big casinos getting hit, it still sickens me to this day that they would just kill civilians like that.
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« Reply #23 on: September 21, 2010, 02:12:08 am »

Yeah, if ya really cared it affected ya! Grin
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« Reply #24 on: September 21, 2010, 07:59:05 pm »

Yeah, if ya really cared it affected ya! Grin

Sure did. All three of those things were horrible Shocked(. I cannot even imagine what the families and loved ones have lived through after those things. They are very traumatic events in our history. I can't believe anyone would even conceive of, never mind actually do any of those things. I have trouble wrapping my mind around them.
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