--Do not edit until next 9/11--
On this day, 2001, the Twin Towers were destroyed by a terrorist attack, killing thousands of people.
This is a sensitive subject for many, so please, be careful of what you say.
All I ask is that you pay your respects to the victims, and support the families who were struck by this event.
You do not need to be American.
You do not need to wave a flag.
Just give respects.
Nothing can excuse what happened, wherever you are on the globe.
Tell us your stories, and if your family was affected, you have my sympathy.
If you want to respect those who died saving us, comment, "*salutes*"
Thank you for your time.
[60 salutes so far. Thank you.]
Board of Respect - @Wiltz111
I wish that the souls of those who died rest in peace until the end of everything - @Wiltz
"9/11 was truly terrible. More than 3,000 lives were lost, and thousands more were never the same again. By honoring their sacrifice, by giving just one salute to the extraordinary bravery of those on both Flight 93 and those who died in the Twin Towers, their memory will live on, and they will never be forgotten. Because they /should/ never be forgotten." - @catsrule26
*salutes* - @atalkingmuffin
"I salute to the soldiers who died for us, and those on Flight 93, who are Heros in their own right."
"People risked everything they had to save people that they did not even know. ~ @CheesyRobot99
They did not ride a horse, they did not wear shining armour, they did not brandish a sword, but they saved our lives more than any sword-waving knights clad in armour. They are our heroes. So let us treat them as such. They deserve more respect than any knight. People never really think about this, but heroes are real. They don't save princesses or slay dragons, but they save millions of lives. - @atalkingmuffin
I forgive al Qaeda for they know not what they've done, but I honor those who've died, and may they rest in peace and remembrance for their service, innocence, and courage to do what others were scared of doing. I give many salutes to them, and to the future of the US.- @TheSilverElf
“Five years from the date of the attack that changed our world, we’ve come back to remember the valor of those we lost—those who innocently went to work that day and the brave souls who went in after them. We have also come to be ever mindful of the courage of those who grieve for them, and the light that still lives in their hearts.”
-New York City Mayor Rudolph Giuliani at the World Trade Center Site in 2006 (Posted in this studio by @PackPapered)
You can be sure that american spirit will prevail over tragedy. - @Woffy-Cofee
(insert quote that will get you through the day)
*cries a tiny bit inside*
If you bothered to read this far you should know this studio will be active for five days after 9/11 and then it will stop being active.