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A Tribute to Manhattan and the Towers

Steve Spak, a photographer for the FDNY, compiled a tribute to the twin towers.

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Added: Sep-11-2008 
By: CriticalThinker
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Tags: steve spak, twin towers, manhattan, 9/11, wtc
Location: New York, New York, United States (load item map)
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  • kill terrorists, honor the dead period. no reconciliation and no mercy.

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  • R.I.P. to the 343.

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  • RIP to the 9/11 victims

    the same photographer should compile "Shock and Awe" style photographs as a tribute to Iraqi and Afghani civilian dead from coalition airstrikes as his next project

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  • My opinion of the war is the same as it was in 2002 before the war started -- that it was a bad idea. Back then I was in the minority, yes.

    Today, my opinion the norm among Americans:

    "Most Americans continue to think the results of the Iraq war have not been worth it, according to a new CBS News poll. Today 29 percent of Americans say the results of the war were worth it; 64 percent say they were not."
    http://tinyurl.com/2vu8ua

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    check any other poll you want they are all corro More..

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    • Well Im in agreement with Iraq war. So Cant argue. But saying sccidental deaths in war are the same as 9/11 isnt being logical. Undestand what your trying to say but your not saying it right. Two differnet tragedies two seperate means.

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