Monday, April 19, 2004

Today marks nine years since the bombing of the Alfred P. Murrah building in Oklahoma City. I don't use the word anniversary like some because an anniversary is something you celebrate, and this isn't something to celebrate. It seems that over the past nine years the memory of OKC bombing has started to fade away just a little. Which is in someways is both good and bad. Good because it means we've been able to move on with our lives and bad because we may begin to forget the events and feelings of that day. Up until Sep. 11, 2001, April 15, 1995 was the worst terrorist attack on American soil since Pearl Harbor. I remember that day very well. I was in tenth grade and was just going into second period pre-algebra. They had the t.v on and everyone was watching it. I sat there and watched it and the reporters were talking about people miles away being able to feel the rumble of the blast and I wondered if anyone in my home town had felt it. Of course I live just north of 100 miles away, but I still wondered. I remember when the above picture came out in the papers. I don't think I need to describe what my feelings are, I'm sure they're the exact same as yours. What's sad is that nine years later, the aftermath of that day is still going on. One of the sons of bitches responsible for it is dead, but the state trial of the other is just getting underway. No matter the outcome of this trial, at least he'll spend the rest of his life in prison getting gangrapped by his new friends.

I've found two sites you might like. Have you ever heard a song in a commercial and liked it but didn't know the name of it? I found two sites that might help you out. They're in the Entertainment section. Enjoy.
The Only Thing Necessary For Evil To Triumph
Is For Good Men To Do Nothing