Sunday, September 11, 2011

September 11

Hey jammers. Today is the day to remember September 11. Most of us weren't born, or were too young to remember it, but it happened all the same. Please ask your parents and relatives what they felt, and give a moment of silent thought to the people who died that day. This is the tenth anniversary.
Never forget that day, but remember, we can't always live in the past. We must look toward the future, for a world that is a better place to live in.

34 comments :

  1. We talked a lot about this in my geography class, I think will last forever in our history.

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  2. I was nearly six when this happened. I still remember I woke one night and I heard an explosion. We don't live anywhere near NY, but my parents were watching the news. Ever since, not one of my classes have failed to remind us of that day.

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  3. Hey i waa having a party for that why did't yous showup and we are still doing the party

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    1. A party for 9 11? ITS NOT A HAPPY THING!!!!!!! D:

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  4. Snowyclaw,
    I read your post to my mom, and she said what you wrote was beautiful. I couldn't agree more. I was young when it happened, but I remember I was sitting on the couch with my mother, watching it on the television, scared to death for our family in New York. Unfortunetly they did not survive. But they were sadly murdered by the debris in The Marriott. But I will never, ever, forget that one day, that one day, of tragicness.

    Thank you for reading this message.

    ~Wolfgirl9643

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  5. We all had a moment of silence for the non survivors. And so should you.

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  6. We talked about this in Art. It was really sad, even if it's not the class you'd think we'd be talking about it in. My teacher showed us the memorial they had made for the people who had died. It was really beautiful. It had fountains where the towers had stood. It was also very lush. I really want to see it, but it will be a while because it isn't opened yet, and it will be very popular. It's opened tomorrow...
    And then she asked us to design a memorial. I could probably share a remake of it on Spirit Work...I'm already working on a little tribute for them:)

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  7. I asked my mom what happened that day, she said she was feeding me and my sister (we weren't old we were babies) and my aunt called my mom, and said that the twin towers crashed down. She thought that the plane crashed into it by accident. Mom turned on the tv, and suddenly saw the crash. My aunt was still on the phone, and she said, that was no accident. We were lucky not to have any relatives there, but I had moment of silence for respect. On the plane that was supposedly going to the White House there were people who are heroes that kept the plane away from the whitehouse. Think in respect for the 3000 people that died that day, including the firemen and policemen who sacrificed their lives to save 2000 people in the towers. Many of them couldn't get out. Thank you for posting this so we can all have a moment of silence. - devyn786

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  8. I know...I first heard about it in 3rd grade. So many people died that day, and I don't remember a thing about it...(though I was about 1 or 2..:)
    It's so sad, and every year we revisit it and learn about more stories...they make you appreciate life in itself.
    I get really irked by people that treat it like 9/11 was one big show of American pride, I dunno why..

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  9. @Jammers
    I read every one of your comments. They are beautiful and caring, I am so lucky to have such dedicated fans and readers who are thoughtful about the world around them. Thank you for making this world a better place! It's a little thing we always forget; one moment of thought and kindness can change the world. One person at a time.
    ~Snowyclaw

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  10. hey guys i'm jamers1223we and i was born on 9/11 no lie and i feel bad for the people the are gone so for putting this up thanks for remembering them snowyclaw you rock

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  11. Thank you for saying that I was seven that year and still remember it when I lived in NYC.My father died on the top floor :( its nice to know that people still care.My username is winner45 and Im nice not a scammer or anything as teens these days.(if thats what your thinking).My animal jam doesnt work because I locked it but Ill unlock it later on.

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  12. yeah thanks for that post Im winner45's lil brother,nicky67.So yeah our father died on the top floor :( hope you people who lost your relatives or friends have a good life and keep on going on with your life,from all of winner45 and nicky67's family(we know how it feels like)

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  14. If everyone cared and nobody cried.
    If everyone loved and nobody lied.
    If everyone shared and swallowed their pride.
    Then we'd see the day when nobody died!
    -flaler14-

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  15. Here we go again, with the hateful comments... -.-

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  16. so, so, so sad.... i was gonna go to Sarepia and it was full, i was like "what the...?" one of my Clanmates got in there, they were howling for 9/11

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  17. We All Share This World
    That's no mistake
    So care for your neighbours, with whatever it takes...

    SpiritHowl

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  18. My mom was flying that day on a business trip. I was only 1 years old! All i remember is my dad pacing and so relieved anf happpy when he heard the phone ring (It was mom) My mom c ould have died that day,

    Pac10

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  19. Hey I forgot to post but- there was this guy. His plane with the terrorists were going to crash into the white house. So he rallies up (he was a Christian) some dudes and they jump the terrorists. All the pilots have been killed so he steps out and says," Let's roll!" (He used to say it with his kids) and he tells everyone about Jesus. And everyone gets saved. He goes back into the pilot thing and . . . he sees the white house. they're flying right towards it. so- i'm crying right now. so he swerves the plane and crashes it in a field. There were no survivors. The wife found a message. It was her husband's voice saying," Honey I can't come home." He had two young boys at home- waiting for their daddy to come home- he doesn't. But everyone on the plane got saved! Now snowyclaw and fans, You may despise Christians, You may think they're dorks. And if that is the case- Then I am PROUD to be called a Christian dork! Christ suffered, and if we are his sheep- then we are glad to suffer like our savior did. I hope this moves you. Please non-believers- there is a God, an Awesome God, who wants you to be with him! Please- you will get many wonders. Snowy if you aren't a Christian and forever ban me then- you're just as good as the rest of them (horrible)

    Pac10 who is proud to be a Christian dork!

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    1. I'm a Christian too! I love you Lord! ~thebluemustache

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  20. Never forget that day, but remember, we can't always live in the past. We must look toward the future, for a world that is a better place to live in. snowy- That place is in heaven. Our world is going to get worse before it gets better. Black rhinos are EXTINCT! I talked about it with my mom and i told her about the rhinos and she said," Honey- Jesus' comin' back for us soon." HALLELUJAH!

    pAC10

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  21. Aww, my friend Andrew (Friend in real)'s grandpa died that day....

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  22. I know this post was in September... But it's still really sad... My friend was actually born the day before 9/11. I wasn't even born yet. Couple months after though :)It's really sad and our teacher talked to us about it.
    ~Cece3546

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  23. I was born 2 weeks after that..

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  24. I was born 8 days after 9/11, and I lived about a mile away from the twin towers.

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  25. I was born 2 months after that. In art, we got to draw eagles... They showed us a documentary about it in history class... I cried in real.

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  26. I was like 1 years old when that happened so I really didn't know what was going on until I was older.

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  27. I was driving to school when it happened. i was turning 2. My cousins dad's friend was late to work that day. his work was to go to the twin towers. He is alive now it was a sad day this post was beautiful snowyclaw

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  28. I just came across this post today yet when this happen I was 1 and I STILL to this day remember my parents rushing to the TV and the TV showing the Twin Towers falling. I remember that picture perfectly clear. Those were VERY sad days. We should always remember those who came before us as "Those who do not know their history are doomed to repeat it."

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  29. Thank you snowyclaw, you are a very gifted writer and I believe that this post was my very favorite. I will never forget this.
    -XxAlphaSpiritxX

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  30. i was just barely 18 months old when this happened....

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  31. I was about.. 3 weeks or so old! It's so sad :'( we talked a lot about this in school.

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  32. did u know that day the date was 9 11 like calling the phone number 911!

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