I am just letting all of you know that on the 11th of next month is coming up soon meaning 9/11/01. I will never forget that day and my prayers goes out to those who died on that horific day. Also Firefighter angels watches over them every day and night. I again pray for our troops who are fighting over there every day.
So you finally admit to a generalization after filling this debate with them for the past few days.
Thank you, I think.
On the other hand, "How do you see my comment pertaining to you.?"
I was unable to tell who it pertained to, since your generalization was vague and could have been construed in several different ways. That's why I asked the question. You know, the sentence that is a query and that ends with a question mark.
As for your insinuation that I fly one at home, I don't, and that's why I stated that if the comment was intended for me it was a lie.
"wow you really are paranoid (or taken with your own importance). " That's equine feces. You posted that statement as a direct reply to one of my posts, so your spin reply is disengenuous as well. It's also spin of the most desperate kind.
If anyone wants a nice slide show (with bagpipe music to the tune of “Amazing Grace”) for a 9/11 ceremony or to introduce first responder or 9-1-1 training, here it is. The Virtual Learning and Educational Training Academy (www.vleta.net) recently updated the program. They have a link on the website of the Saline County Sheriff (www.salinecountysheriff.com). Or, you can go directly to YouTube. It’s titled "America Remembers September 11, 2001," and the link is http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=LhJyp86ybeU.
Feel free to download or share this program.
Jim Simmerman, Director of Training
Saline County Criminal Justice Training Academy
660-886-7984 (direct phone)
James, my wife and I saw the video from youtbue and we both like it a lot. I also support the troops. When I saw the video I had tears in my eyes because I just feel so bad for what happened that year.
God bless the F.D.N.Y and all departments (FIRE/EMS/POLICE) everywhere, the one's who die/injured in structure fires, or wildland, water rescue, or the towers, any call, are equaly HERO'S in my eyes.
Wakeing that day to see what was on the tv was a devistation of reality, to feel safe was no longer. But after a while the shock wore off and i was more aware of what i was seeing, men and women running in to save those inside. What courage i thought, knowing that the integrety of thoses buildings has been comprimised. yet they kept on going.. now that im a FF, and probly never ever be in a situation close to the danger they met with, i realize now that it was their instinct that drove them in....not bravery, not glory, thats just in the eyes of the viewer, it was instinct...May God keep them and their family's in His arms..Amen