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REFLECTIONS 1A Immediately when I hear 9-11 or Sept 11 I think about an enormous American flag flapping violently in the crisp cold wind This angers me Following the giant airplanes crumbling into the tall skyscrapers people went out and bought flags like there was no tomorrow All of a sudden everyone wants to be patriotic they want to be a good American whatever that is A flag doesnt show me anything it is a huge gaping hole I dont see how the flag is relevant to these horrid events It merely shows that you want to be an American and you dont feel American enough Fly your idiotic flags B I start to think about two minute long commercials filled with people crying and sad music Firefighters dirty from the wreckage of engulfing dust clouds pulling people to safety Young kids balling their eyes out in the comfort of their mothers deep arms This is what is seen daily on TV reminding every person staring endlessly at the cube mind number in front of them I understand that thousands died and there are these heroes that put all their blood and sweat into helping save lives but I think that is the only thing people understand They snap quickly into a mind set where Afghanistan is evil and America is the best place in the world because we were attacked When you think about the politics of it all we have been attacking and intruding upon them since the dawn of time it seems It gets complicated Im not quite sure of it all C I think of a sparkling overpowering airplane sitting on the runway waiting patiently to take to the never-ending skies When this thought enters my mind I think of long luxurious Hawaiian vacations but Im sure when others see this in their society corrupted heads the first thing that their brains stumble upon is the fact that
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