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 13 years ago today the twin towers came down. Never forget! 12/Sep/14 12:00 AM |  |
 all. 12/Sep/14 12:00 AM |  |
 everybody! 12/Sep/14 12:04 AM |  |
 friends! Not sunny... But cool! Love these temps! 12/Sep/14 12:05 AM |  |
 Someone dear to the heart, I'd imagine! 12/Sep/14 12:35 AM |  |
 I wonder how old that picture is. 12/Sep/14 12:45 AM |  |
 See if you can figure out the words in this 'pyramid' using the hints given below. Each new word contains the same letters as the previous word, plus a new letter. Order need not be preserved. 1) Last letter of the English alphabet2) New Zealand3) A school of Mahayana More... 12/Sep/14 12:46 AM |  |
 We are at the end of the alphabet so the question is do we start over or look for something else. Keep in mind that some of these letters are tricky to find words for. The idea of skipping or not going in order makes me twitch. If it comes to that, I might have to pass a hat to help pay for my therapy bills. Hi shosho. 12/Sep/14 12:49 AM |  |
 G'day mates.No daffynition again today.Here's today's factoid:The 1883 eruption of Krakatoa produced the loudest sound ever known. It reverberated around the globe seven times before diminishing. It could be heard 4,000 miles away, and people within 100 miles had permanent hearing loss. 12/Sep/14 12:55 AM |  |
 a very cool morning here 12/Sep/14 1:25 AM |  |
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 Just for you Kathy. 12/Sep/14 1:26 AM |  |
 If Andre was here this would be hers. 12/Sep/14 1:27 AM |  |
 Time for PT, 12/Sep/14 1:28 AM |  |
 Sue is quickly becoming my favorite person. 12/Sep/14 1:29 AM |  |
 I don't think anyone will ever forget that horrific day and the days following. 12/Sep/14 1:34 AM |  |
 Whew, Kayo! My sister lives mid-island on Java. So, if it happened today her hearing would be intact. But, it looks like the area of Krakatoa is still rather unstable. 12/Sep/14 1:37 AM |  |
 Slow, and then a lot of posts in a short period of time. 12/Sep/14 1:38 AM |  |
 You are right, Kathy. No one will forget. 12/Sep/14 1:39 AM |  |
 Kayo, I'm having a really hard time imagining a sound ''reverberated around the globe seven times.'' Is there any more info about that claim? 12/Sep/14 1:41 AM |  |
 One more. 12/Sep/14 1:41 AM |  |
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 9/11 should have united us all to work together against terrorism. It did not. 12/Sep/14 1:46 AM |  |
 Keith, I was curious, too.... The most notable eruptions of Krakatoa culminated in a series of massive explosions over August 26–27, 1883, which were among the most violent volcanic events in recorded history. With an estimated Volcanic Explosivity Index (VEI) of 6,[2] the eruption More... 12/Sep/14 1:51 AM |  |
 everyone!!!Woohoo broke the two minute barrier! 1:55 12/Sep/14 1:51 AM |  |
 After 9/11 I wrote this after seeing a gorgeous photo of the twin towers at sunset... Towers in the Sunset Towers in the sunsetNever more to beA nightmare came in daylightAnd blew them both awayForever from the skylineCrashing down in dust and ashesEnveloping More... 12/Sep/14 1:52 AM |  |
 Thanks, Serena! Here's flying your way!!! 12/Sep/14 1:53 AM |  |
 Like many others, I too will never forget the horror unfolding on my TV screen that morning. Not that I knew it 13 years ago, but it ended up playing a major role in my faith. Major. 12/Sep/14 1:55 AM |  |
 How could I forget 9/11. My son was deployed 5 times because of it. The last three in the infantry. And you know the Marines are in the fray everywhere. I learned how long I could hold my breath in fear for my son. 12/Sep/14 1:56 AM |  |
 That day I had just reported for work at my school and the office personnel and the principal told me what happened. No one could finish a sentence because the office phone was ringing off the hook. Parents were afraid for the well being of their children. We could only tell the truth, we didn't More... 12/Sep/14 2:00 AM |  |
 Day 3 without a computer at home... borrowing Silverguy's laptop right now on a day off. I've gotten a LOT done, including the wallpaper in the master bath. Now I'm sealing seams in Silverteen's bathroom and will be doing some heavy floor cleaning in the kitchen. Go me! 12/Sep/14 2:01 AM |  |
 Parents need to be aware that over 15 minute exposure to 100 decibels can start hearing loss damage in the ear. So think, a rock concert and a leaf blower are rated at 110-5 decibels; and a Walkman and a tractor at 100-105 decibels. Normal conversation is rated at 60 decibels. How's your hearing??? 12/Sep/14 2:06 AM |  |
 I cringe when I pull up next to a car with the windows up and I can hear the music with MY windows rolled up. I sure wish the music listeners would give some thought to the damage they are doing. There are going to be a lot of deaf people in the future. 12/Sep/14 2:40 AM |  |
 I didn't have the TV on that day, but knew something had happened because of all the sirens and the helicopters and planes flying over. We are not far from Washington. When I did turn on the news, the first thing I saw was a shot of the Pentagon. 12/Sep/14 2:52 AM |  |
 I don't watch much TV. That day, I was driving down the street and a neighbor flagged me down...Did I know that a plane had just flown into one of the twin towers? I turned the radio on, and heard reports of horror, so I rushed back home and turned on the TV, in time to see the second plane hit. More... 12/Sep/14 3:45 AM |  |
 Rest In Peace, Dizzy Lizzy. We miss you.... and hope you're having a nice Birthday celebration where you are. 12/Sep/14 3:47 AM |  |
 I was in the twin towers while they were being built, and was on the early roof when the last 12 floors were still mostly open steel. A company I used to work for had relocated to the 103rd floor of the WTC. (The floor the plane hit) I knew many of the people who were working there. I lost 2 More... 12/Sep/14 4:03 AM |  |
 Are we at the bottom yet? 12/Sep/14 4:18 AM |  |
 I sent Serena my answers for today's pyramid. 12/Sep/14 4:19 AM |  |
 BOPP 12/Sep/14 4:19 AM |  |

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