911 - Never forget

Discussion in 'Southeast' started by cricha, Sep 11, 2009.

  1. cricha

    cricha Well-Known Member

    Aug 29, 2008
    Everyone take a moment today to remember the Americans that lost their lives on this date and be thankful for the freedom we all share. God bless America and our troops. Have a great weekend everyone!
  2. NCsurfer

    NCsurfer Well-Known Member

    Apr 27, 2009
    far to hard to forget

  3. 843surfer

    843surfer Member

    Sep 8, 2009
    I was fresh out of high school and working a boring job while waiting to start college. After Sept 11 2001 i quit my job and joined the Army Sept 12 2001. Ive been serving ever since i've had the pleasure of serving overseas while defending this great nation.
  4. ivan

    ivan Well-Known Member

    Jun 18, 2008
    thats ****ing awesome man. i can barely begin to describe how thankful that i am to be living in a free country like America. being born and having lived in the former soviet union, life was pretty miserable compared to here. thanks for all that you do. hope that you're getting some time to surf.
  5. latedrop

    latedrop Well-Known Member

    Aug 2, 2008
    thank you for your service, we all appreciate the freedom you have helped defend.

    What a terrible and emotional time that was - seeing two burning streams of smoke from the towers while surfing and not knowing what was going on. Terrible.

    My thoughts and prayers go out to those who serve, and those who lost their lives defending America and supporting democracy and freedom
  6. 843surfer

    843surfer Member

    Sep 8, 2009
    No need to thank me. Just doing my job lol.The army is the reason i began to surf. Uncle Sam sent me down to Hawaii for a couple of months and i got hooked. I've been lucky. Ive been stationed in Savannah and now In Fayetteville, NC. I've been relatively close to surf my whole career, but my time is up in the Army and im getting out in Jan to continue my education at UNCW and it doesnt hurt that the beach is right there;)
  7. cricha

    cricha Well-Known Member

    Aug 29, 2008
    youre a hero to me buddy and my family. Thanks. where in Hawaii were u? i was on Oahu for several years and actually went to school in savannah. Two total different places,huh? I did surf some big hurricane swell a few times at tybee and saw countless waves in Hi.
  8. 843surfer

    843surfer Member

    Sep 8, 2009
    Thanks bro. I was in Schofield Barracks. What school did you go to in Savannah? Was it SCAD, Savannah St or Armstrong? Tybee gets good waves sometimes, but it looks like a washing machine out there most of the time.
  9. Skooba

    Skooba Well-Known Member

    Mar 17, 2008
    the service is definitely not for me but I'm thankful for the guys and gals that have joined though.
  10. yeahright

    yeahright New Member

    Sep 12, 2009

    9/11 will never be forgotten. May good will and happiness find the families of all those who were lost. Many thanks to all of the people, firemen, police, civilians-all...for all they did and for risking their own lives.

    I would also like to say thank you to those who do serve and have risked their own lives for whatever reason they think they are doing it for. You have alot of courage and may health and happiness stay with you.

    However, and please, nobody take this personally. It is not meant or aimed at those who do risk their lives or are serving-I know you are good and courageous people. Here is the thing though.....NOT a single f-ing war since 9/11 has been about protecting America. Granted, and thankfully, our servicemen have, and our government were able to stop alot of terrorist plots and more casualties from happening, like 9/11. Though none of this war was actually about protecting America. If it was, they would have taken care of Bin Laden when they knew where he was-and which was the real "war on errorism", I mean "terrorism." Granted, that a-hole Sadaam needed to be ousted, but that is not what monkey man errr....bush gave his high school style pep rally about while alienating every foreigner in our country in the first place. These wars have been senseless and far too many lives lost in the process from all sides. My buddy's brother went to 'fight' overseas about two months ago. A F-ing month in, his truck got hit and he now has no legs to show for it. For what!? Was it in the name of protecting America....HELL ****ING NO!
    I support those in the service,my dad, my Grandpa, and my uncle served in the Navy as well, and I wish you all the best of luck and health....But- I am sorry, if you think you are fighting to protect America, you are just one of the sheep. The service may have been about that at one point, but it has not been for a while....
    Last edited: Sep 14, 2009
  11. shootingstar

    shootingstar New Member

    Nov 11, 2009
    you got that right skooba

    What kind of woose has a sn like skooba? I I know, the type of wanna be english professor who couldn't get scuba, because it was already taken by a hollister poser brah.
    Yea, go back to your nightshift at mcdonalds where you belong. It seems like you are the type of dork who talks too much but can't back it up. Am I wrong about you?
    why don't you switch your sn to skurfer, or skuber, or guber
    See you on da beach
  12. wbluke

    wbluke Well-Known Member

    Feb 26, 2009
    You are a FKN idiot you just brought up a 2 month old thread go and die