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» a few words about tomorrow... from kd: a blog
a year ago right now it was such a different world. [Read More]

» No Ordinary Day from ::Life in the Zu::
Michele at A Small Victory, has gathered many comeents and emails from readers recounting their experiences with September 11, 2001. [Read More]

» Revolution #9/11 from etceterate
A couple of months ago, I was reading a Q special about the Beatles. A collection of articles, plus a [Read More]

» A few voices from adampsyche
Please visit Michele, who has put together a list of excerpts from a thread in which she asked people to [Read More]

» Nine Eleven from aka cootieszilla
What you see now used to be a post about bin Laden, George Carlin, Matthew Engels and a whole whack of other things. But even though I spent a long time writing the piece, I have now decided I would like to reclaim that time in any manner of ways, [Read More]

» Remembering 9.11.01 from TECHFLUID
There's probably not much more I could add to the outpouring of emotion today. I know it seems like we're [Read More]

» Today from Gratuitous Sax and Senseless Violins
Important stops: Michelle's Blog is an open forum today. Stop by and read the comments people have left there. It's [Read More]

» Other voices from brilliant corners
Over at MetaFilter they're collecting links [b] relating to 9/11, and at Michele's weblog, she's posting personal recollections [b] of 9/11 sent in by her readers. Both of these sites have given me more to read and ponder about than all the... [Read More]

» texas holdem from texas holdem
Woman can be emancipated only when she can take part on a large social scale in production and is engaged in domestic work only to an insignificant degree. And this has become possible only in the big [Read More]


Anyone remember the scene in "The Untouchables" where Sean Connery's character is asking Kevin Costner's character "what is he willing to do" to get Al Capone? "If he pulls a knife, you pull a gun. If he sends one of your guys to the hospital, you send one of his to the morgue." America, what are you willing to do?

Thank you Michele, for this, for the space that the voices, emotions and stories may be heard. Thank you so very, very much.