Re: Re: Okay, I listened to it.
I don't think any of us, atleast in our generations, will ever forget that horrible day. It is like someone during the JFK assinaion days, you ask them and 40 years later they'll tell you exactly where, what and how they were doing it. Myself, I will never forget, my oldest brother who lived not too far from the city went there in the aftermath to help clean up. He was there for 2 weeks working and then was sent home. A few months later he died as a result of the work he did, something in the air attacked his lungs and he died. There was never any concrete proof of this but from what the coroner said, who was a family friend, that was the only thing he could tell it would be and he seen others with the same type of death. Most were healthy beforehand and then afterwards they got sick.
Originally posted by a\c don
For the same reason we all do.
Originally posted by special ed
Nearly choked me up. Why do you play that stuff, James? It brings out my soft side.
So we dont forget.