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Daily Archives: September 11, 2006

Never Forget 2,996

Bumped to top for 9/11 – please scroll down for new posts.

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Paul Pansini – WTC (#2,472)

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click photo for Bravest Memorial link
Loving Husband to Janice and father of Paul Jack and twins Anna and Claire.

NYT 8/11/2002 story

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Manhattan Firefighter with FDNY Engine 10. Ten House site.

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2,996 is a tribute to the victims of 9/11.
On September 11, 2006, 2,996 volunteer bloggers
will join together for a tribute to the victims of 9/11.
Each person will pay tribute to a single victim.
We will honor them by remembering their lives,
and not by remembering their murderers.
The Full List [ed note: the DCROE site seems to be down. The entire list is now at this site as a fully clickable and searchable.pdf file 2,996 Complete List]

The Anchoress remembers Matthew David Garvey, FDNY, USMC
Sensible Mom remembers Thomas Fitzpatrick
Gina Cobb remembers Amenia Rasool
Laura Lee Donoho remembers Ada M. Davis
Ed Morrisey remembers Ysidro Hidalgo-Tejada
Michelle Malkin remembers Giovanna Porras
Rory Peterson remembers Patricia Cushing
Curt at Flopping Aces remembers Aram Iskendarian
Hang Right Politics remembers Stephen Lauria
Junk Yard Blog remembers Lisa J. Raines
Lone Star Times remembers William J. Martin
Kim Priestap remembers John T. Gnazzo
Lady Jane remembers Betty Ann Ong
Sister Toldjah remembers Peter Edward Mardikian
James Mabry remembers Soo-Jin “Stuart” Lee

[tags]9/11, 2996, “2,996”[/tags]

DNC Site

Yesterday and this morning the site looked like this (screenshot from GOP Bloggers)

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A bit later today it looks like this:
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A little better. Slightly different. Nice graphic though.

Dave Barry's 9/11 column

judi reprinted it at Dave Barry’s Blog today.

It begins…

No humor column today. I don’t want to write it, and you don’t want to read
it.

No words of wisdom, either. I wish I were wise enough to say something that
would help make sense of this horror, something that would help ease the
unimaginable pain of the victims’ loved ones, but I’m not that wise. I’m
barely capable of thinking. Like many others, I’ve spent the hours since
Tuesday morning staring at the television screen, sometimes crying,
sometimes furious, but mostly just stunned.

Go read the rest.

In comments she links to the column he wrote at the first anniversary.

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