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America Changed Forever It was a typical day for me on Tuesday the 11th I woke up like it was any other day and went through my usual routine to get ready for school It wasnt till I arrived at the Delta parking lot and turned off my CD player that I found out about the World Trade Center I was running a little late for music class but decided to quickly tune into the radio to check the weather That was the first I heard of what happened to the twin towers However I really didnt get the full story until I got to class where the teacher briefly talked to us about that mornings incredible event From that day on I knew the American way of life would change In the following weeks after the terrorist attacks thanks to newspapers and the news on television I saw how all of America got together Everyone started to show his or her patriotism and unity Everyone across the United States went out and purchased an American flag Many people also gave blood for the victims in New York Others donated clothes food and supplies However the thing that surprised me was how everyone came together and raised money I mean its surprising how much we as a country can do if we all put our minds together and focus on a certain goal or have the same motivation driving us for example the attack When I seriously think about it it is disappointing to see that we only get together and show how united we are when something goes wrong I mean why cant we have flags flying high everyday or always donate money to help the needy I think we dont do that because its boring to the Americans I really feel that Americans have short attention spans and that they dont really like doing the same thing repeatedly I feel that all
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