It’s hard to believe that it’s been 6 years since 19 psycho-paths murdered nearly 3,000 innocent people from all walks of life on American soil.  Without a doubt the biggest world event of my life.  As much as our government has done to prevent such a catastrophe from happening again, I have to say that I don’t take comfort in the fact that we still haven’t killed Osama Bin Laden. And it pisses me off every time I hear about another American losing their life in that hell hole known as Iraq.  However, I do take comfort that the 19 ass-clowns that hijacked those planes are now hanging out with the likes of Jeffrey Dahmer and Hitler. And I do take comfort knowing that our brave men and women in uniform are out there fighting for our rights to be free.  I have nothing but respect for those that wear the uniform.  I just want their safe return as much as I want them to kill those motherf@#%kers!

September 11, 2001 will forever be one of those days in life that you will always remember where you were and what you were doing when you first got word of the horrifying events that were going down.  I remember being in class and my buddy Jay calling me and asking me if I heard that some idiot flew a plane into the World Trade Center.  I was thinking a small Cessna took a wrong turn.  Damn was I off.

So I would like to say now that those who lost their lives that day (with the exception of the 19 pieces of shit that did this) that from a personal note I will never forget.  And I will always be thankful to the brave passengers on Flight 93 that fought back against those assholes and potentially saved innocent lives.  Frankly, that’s what being an American is all about.  The chips were down and those passengers knew they were going to die, but that didn’t stop them from doing the right thing.  That my friends is the American spirit.  God bless them.

-Dave Q.

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