Now that American B-52”s are reorganizing Afghanistan”s landscape, US intelligence has discovered that the Taliban have renamed some of their towns to confuse us.
These new names include:
To Brother Mike from a Sales Rep in Canada
From: Randy Roffey
Sent: Friday, September 14, 2001 12:34 PM
Subject: 3 minutes of silence
Sept 14, 01
3 minutes of silence.
Today I stood on Parliament Hill with over 100,000 Canadians!
I have never seen so many people in one place at a time, all for the same reason. Media reports indicate this was an unprecedented number. It was very moving! People stopped what they were doing to join together in remembrance and prayer in support of all those affected by this tragedy.
Our Canadian National anthem played, and then the American National anthem, again it was incredibly moving. Unfortunately I don”t know all the words, but I tried to join where I could.
Reportedly 100”s of cars pulled over on the expressways even, as the three minutes of total silence began.
As tears rolled down our faces, we felt the sorrow for the losses and shared the pain of families and friends of victims. Along with grief, we can also feel the prayer, the hope, the togetherness, the solidarity, the love and good whishes felt by Canadians and others around the world I am sure, for America.
Getting a song stuck in your head is annoying. Getting a song stuck in your head from an obscure 80’s band is worse. If you sing it or hum it, you will get some weird looks. Right now I have a song from the Rainmakers running through my head:
I want a big fat blonde
to hold my hand
to keep this skinny boy from blowing away in the wind
I want a big fat blonde.
A big fat blonde
Momma momma momma’s keep those skinny girls at home
’cause this skinny boy wants a Big fat blonde.
I’m talking 6ft swede, 40, 30, 40
Tall, dank and dirty…
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