Never forget.

I wrote a big post, and then deleted it. Just remember. That’s it.

7 Responses

  1. Amen to that. That’s really all that needs to be said anyway. That and don’t forget to say a prayer for those who have lost their lives in the service of our amazing country.

  2. Indeed.

    As a writer (although, not as good as Larry), I decided to take a poke at how language is used to besmirch and belittle us all.

  3. Always…

  4. I refuse to forget.

  5. […] It seems like everyone is talking about it. In Jennifer’s Head Life in 3D Morgan Freeberg Larry Correia David Hardy Ron Zack There are many others, too. I’m going to bow to them this time around. […]

  6. A person purposefully tried to troll me today by saying “911, I’d like to forget, but people keep shoving it down my throat”. I ignored him online. If he wasn’t across the country from me I’d have put him in the hospital. Gee, he was a liberal. What a shock. Diseased b@st@rds.

    • CK, Some people want to forget because is inconvenient but in the case of freaks like that, probably because it reminds them how useless and fragile they felt. I bet that you and many like is were shocked, pissed as hell but we did something: either opened our gun safes and got ready if something else was coming or prayed or called our families to check on them and get info, etc. These poor saps were scared crapless, running around in desperation searching for some sort of government daddy to protect them and finding none. I know, all of the sudden many people that thought of me a tad paranoid showed up at my house looking for protection.

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