Discussion in 'The Howard Stern Show' started by LaserT, Sep 10, 2015.
Some of many....
Like it was yesterday....
...yes to the dirty blonde in the black dress.
Then... act like a drunk at airport
Now... sir u have been chosen at random
Step over here for a free finger up your ass
This is great.
Tomorrow I will be trying not to cry.
It doesn't get any easier each year. Sigh.
Would it be crass to ask.....
Hey, so....who's the blonde?
is there always construction going on?
Seems like it.
only on days that end with "y"
I can't believe those ppl were just casually hanging out on Brooklyn Heights Promenade after both buildings were hit.
I had lunch at the Brookfield Place food court last week. I didn't realize that building was demolished after 9/11.
still bothers me to see pics of that day. And i dont even live in new york,however when i went last year to visit my sister, i was on the brooklyn bridge and they had pics of the towers and all. really bothered me.
I have this dvd I watch every year on the 9/11 anniversary. It contains a lot of raw news footage from that day. Stuff they won't show you. Yes it's horrible video. People holding hands as they jumped to their deaths from the towers. Amateur video of the planes crashing into the towers. Why do I watch it? Because I never want to lose my anger over what those fucks did that day. I never want my hatred to fade over what they did. I will continue this ritual until my dying day. I don't want those scars to heal. I'll keep them raw and bleeding, so I never let my guard down around any Muslim bastard.
That is the legacy of what 9/11 did to me.
Crazy pictures. I was in NYC about 2 years ago and stayed not to far from the stock exchange. It was weird to walk past alot of those buildings and streets that were in those photos.
It is wonderful to see that New York City could and did rebuild. It just shows you how tough and resilient the city is. God bless 'em.
Imagine if only 14 years ago we had video camera phones and social media like we do today. There would be people in the twin towers posting live on Twitter and uploading videos from inside the building on Facebook. Maybe its good we didn't have that shit back then.
No, I disagree. At least they could have said a proper goodbye to their families.
Historically, it would have been amazing video to preserve. Don't you wish there were inside footage available as the Titanic sank or the Hindenburg caught fire?
thanks for the pictures.Well done.