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festus Report This Comment
Date: September 11, 2006 02:31AM

Nice picture,stupid captions.
harvey Report This Comment
Date: September 11, 2006 02:34AM

Which moron came up with the American date format?
Anonymous Report This Comment
Date: September 11, 2006 03:02AM

Yes it does not make much sense. Month, day, year. Medium, small, large increment of time. We don't do that with hours, minuts, seconds, now do we? It SHOULD then be day, month, year. YEAH!
Nigel_Knowitall Report This Comment
Date: September 11, 2006 07:15AM

My suggestion is:


It cannot be misunderstood by anybody (go ahead, prove me wrong!), and the beauty of it, it is not standardized anywhere in the world - as far as I know.
Anonymous Report This Comment
Date: September 11, 2006 10:15AM

9/11 was a counterattack.

Lest we forget.
mrkim Report This Comment
Date: September 11, 2006 02:44PM

harvey, dude ... Having read many of your comments here I must say the one above really sticks in my craw.

To take an event impacting all of America as well as reaching out to nearly every corner of the globe as other nationalities too, all of whom were innocent victims of the 9-11-2001 tragedies, died on that day and then minimalize this event by bitchin about a difference in how we typically record dates here compared to where ever the fuck you are? Jeez !!!

To all the "move on", "it's old news" and such comments I can only hope you and your countrymen, wherever you may be, never have to experience similar tragedies, but ... if ever such awful circumstances come your way you at least care enough about your own countrys folk to hold them in your memory and NEVER dismiss the horrific price they will have paid and NEVER decide to "get over it" or "just move on".

To do so would only serve to totally devalue your own home land and the loss of not only the lives of the victims, but the suffering that continues on for years after their passing by their spouses, parents, sons, daughters, friends, coworkers and others they touched in their lives.

I'm only one man, having a single voice and as such can only think or speak for myself. What I think and feel every time I remember this somber day is a grave sadness for every person who lost their life and to all the other lives touched by their passing.

I feel just as well that on that day the whole world reached a new understanding of what insane madmen were capable of doing to innocent people in the name of furthering their maniacal agendas. I also think most all of the peoples in the rest of the world felt an uneasiesness about their own safety from that day forward that previously never existed in the world in the same way.

Though I didn't know one single peron who perished on this day now 5 yrs past, nor did anyone I personally know lose anyone in any of the attacks on that day, every single person I do know was saddened and mourned them just the same.

So don't ask me to "move on" or "get over it" for not only is it a personal impossibility, it's also more than even one human being should ever ask of me.
aDCBeast Report This Comment
Date: September 11, 2006 02:58PM

9-11 was the day that the american public saw the results of the dirty work of various US security agencies.

Americans lived in fantasy land.

It is the stupid that only wants revenge rather than look at what caused 9-11 so you can prevent it from happening again.
zxz555 Report This Comment
Date: September 11, 2006 03:44PM

=Wake me when the boring part is over=
me_one Report This Comment
Date: September 11, 2006 07:08PM

'tis true aDCBeast, right after the attack i got fed up with them talking as if it was the first ever terrorist attack - not as if we'd lived with the IRA for +20yr. 9/11 was just the day that a,erica entered the real world, and finally got shown that there are reactions to their actions.
mrkim Report This Comment
Date: September 11, 2006 11:34PM

Just like I've posted recently in response to exactly this same issue. When the IRA (or any other terroristic organization) manages multiple organized strikes with combined deaths totalling in the thousands within as compressed a time frame as the strikes on 9-11, then and only then will you know how this type of tragedy feels as a people.

This is not meant in any way to belittle the attacks you mentioned, nor the internal struggles that lead to the tensions there. I feel for anyone anywhere who experiences such catastrophic tragedies, and indeed until the roots of these problems are dried up, the tree of global terrorism will continue to grow.

My earlier statement is only to point out that the same scale has yet to be experienced by anyone anywhere on the globe as what occured here on 9-11.
Anonymous Report This Comment
Date: September 12, 2006 02:43PM

Learn it!
Live it!
harvey Report This Comment
Date: September 13, 2006 08:20AM

Get over it Kim, the American date format has nothing to do with global terrorism. It's just a stoopid way to write dates.
mrkim Report This Comment
Date: September 13, 2006 03:30PM

Thanks for basicly restating my point harvey.
BTW, seems to me as has been stated earlier in this thread there's no standardization of how dates are recorded, so maybe you can explain how the way you do it is in any way better than what we do here ? Or is it just that we do it differently from what you're used to ?
harvey Report This Comment
Date: September 13, 2006 07:47PM

As Mr Spock would say, "It's illogical".
When you work with computers and software, you become very anal about such things. Metric to Imperial I can handle, just not dates.