8 thoughts on “They’ve gone and done it now

  1. you think that was bad?


    As the war on terror evolves into the ongoing fight to protect freedom, more and more Americans are asking “What can I do to help?”
    The Ad Council’s Campaign for Freedom has been created to help answer that question. […]
    Every dollar collected goes directly towards creating public service announcements, which will empower millions of Americans to protect our cherished way of life. Think about it, your generous donation puts you on the frontline in the protection of freedom.

  2. What pisses me off is the idea that to mourn the atrocity of 9/11 is by definition to become some kind of rah-rah flag-waving this-is-no-time-to-question-the-president’s-actions patriotdroid. Can’t I just be upset because some people died senselessly? Can’t I just feel respect for the individuals who tried to help when it mattered? Why does it have to be grandiose and abstract?
    I live in New York. I could smell the burning for a week after. The people on the upper floors who were incinerated? I inhaled them. Put that on a fucking greeting card.

Leave a Reply

This site uses Akismet to reduce spam. Learn how your comment data is processed.