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ATPM 7.01
January 2001

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Some of the comments on this page may be disturbing to some readers. In the spirit of free speech and a desire to allow people to express their sorrow, their anger, and their hope, the comments will remain posted. The editors of ATPM do not necessarily agree with many of the comments, but they would like to provide a forum where readers may share their thoughts, their ideas, and their viewpoints with others.

The attackers have killed thousands of people. As a people, we will not allow them to steal our civil liberties or our fundamental rights of free speech and personal expression.

The editors of ATPM would like to express our heartfelt sorrow to the families of the victims of Tuesday's terrorist attack.

Erwin Goerner · May 7, 2001 - 18:19 EST #1
Hi, These are the best N.Y. pictures in the Web. My son is happy to use them for an English lecture. Thank you Erwin
Michael Bisberg · September 12, 2001 - 17:29 EST #2
I believe that in light of the recent events, and in honor of those who gave their lives in the defense, protection, and in the service of their fellow countrymen, this picture of the American flag is perhaps the most poignant of this series. Please never forget what happened September 11th, 2001, so that we can work to prevent it from ever happening again.
Joe nicolosi · September 13, 2001 - 23:14 EST #3
Looking at the Twin Towers how the twin towers use to be, and how now the skyline of New York is seemingly naked really shows a bitter contrast.
Kert Rats · September 14, 2001 - 01:30 EST #4
The World weeps tears of bloody, Many children are confused and scared, We should all pull together in help a flood, We will survive - We will carry on The terrorists wil be snared....
Mrs Marvy · September 14, 2001 - 14:22 EST #5
This flag symbolizes that we still stand strong in the mist of all this tragedy. It is an emblem of freedom and pride, that these so called terrorists can not take away from us. The American Flag proves that we will fly high and unite as one as a nation. We will prevail and hold up even stronger than ever. My prayers go out to those who have loved and lost someone on this one day we call September 11, 2001.
Marcel B├╝tikofer · September 15, 2001 - 23:13 EST #6
This is my new Windows wallpaper. That what happend is a real desaster. I just can tell you, the Peapole here in Switzerland feels with america. Go and kill these bastards! God Bless America
John J. J. Schmidt · October 11, 2001 - 08:45 EST #7
Don't we all just want to get along? Hmmmm?
Brad Whyte · October 23, 2001 - 22:15 EST #8
I'm an Australian and I belive that what happend in New York was the worst disaster in the history of the world. As allied neighbours I hope both our contries can rid the world of terrorist. BRING US THE HEAD OF BIN LADEN
sandra balciute · March 17, 2002 - 06:23 EST #9
I think what happened in new york is traggic and shocking news for everybody. But as for some people their relatives have died and maybe their mums and everybody keep a memory of new york in your hearts.
Krista Kay Bates · April 11, 2002 - 17:03 EST #10
I feel very sorry for all the familys who had to go through this tragdy. And my heart will be with you all. We thought that are cousin was in there but he had left eariler to run an earn. I hope that you all will son feel better. My the lord be with you.
Tiffany Hollihan · April 11, 2002 - 17:09 EST #11
I was at school the day that september 11 had happend
when I got home my mom was crying and had said that my uncle might be shipped away( he is a sargent in the military) at school that day my friends mom had picked her up early because she was afrid of something happening to her daughter. Anyway I just wanted to tell the people who are suffering with loved ones that died in the tradgity that I am sorry that they had to die when they had such a long life ahead of them. Again I am sorry.
Tiffany Hollihan
Cody Ross Cannon · May 24, 2002 - 15:31 EST #12
God Bless the USA. Osama Bitch Laden, Go to Hell you Murderer. You don't know what's coming to you

Chase Culligan · May 24, 2002 - 15:34 EST #13
I don't understand what was so bad about September 11th. More people died during Vietnam and we pissed on those soldiers when they came back home. So what is everybody being so "patriotic" for now?

Chase Culligan, Blackwell, NY
Cristina Velazquez · June 10, 2002 - 10:55 EST #14
looking at the twin towers and hao they fell is a terrible sight and whoever saw those twin towers fall i know tha it was a terrible sight and i pray for those people and there families
Kasandra Michajlov · September 11, 2002 - 15:26 EST #15
I think 9-11 was a horrible tradgity and that we should all do something nice for each other and pray for the victims who lost their lives on 9-11. some kids I know lost their father on 9-11 and they spent a month away from school in Ney York. they were really sad and I am to for everyone who lost their life on 9-11.
MARTHA VILLAGOMEZ · September 12, 2002 - 22:34 EST #16

Andreas Hunstad · September 20, 2002 - 05:13 EST #17
Brilliant!!! Top pics of top quality.
anonymous · December 5, 2002 - 10:38 EST #18
why sont the people just really just go get Usma Bin Laden and just give hin the chair?
nicole ramsey · December 5, 2002 - 10:41 EST #19
why do most people hate the mulslums? not all of them r bad. some are just scared. email me the anserws please
Jessica Harwood · June 27, 2003 - 11:25 EST #20
What happened on September 11, 2001 really opened my eyes to the kind of people that live in this world. Luckily,the people that live in the United States Has a way to forgive, and forget, but unfortunatly we haven't forgot and we don't plan to forgive until we have forgotten!!!!
Nana Klanina · July 9, 2003 - 19:39 EST #21
All i hope is that justise to come.....and God is the one who sees everything, every lil the ones who desurve are goin to be punished, the ones that been victims goin to be gifted.....lets pray for better days...we need security, we need freedom

and not even this picture that made me think, but the nyc03 picture, where is image of a one single bird in the symbolizes freedom, that we dont! we dont have it, because we cant live free without an idea that one day some of us goin to die that tragic death by a hand of a non human person that walks on this planet.....
Bec Cross · August 27, 2003 - 22:20 EST #22
what happened on September 11th really made me think how cruel some people really are. But how so many people worked together in this devastating time made me know some people do care. What happens in the world is in our hands so lets not stuff it up.
Robert (Korea) · September 18, 2003 - 01:41 EST #23
What happened on September 11th was a tragedy and I genuinely feel for the people who lost family and friends in the attacks. However, Americans must take a step back and ask themselves why this happened. 1)

Their foreign policy? 2)Their president? They may be the richest country in the world but they must except that different countries have different cultures, religions and practices to their own. All muslims are not fanatics and the islamic faith cannot be blamed for these events.

Nearly three thousand people died on September 11th 2001 and there was worldwide shock and condemnation of the attrocities. But what about the people of Iraq, it is estimated that around 16-20,000 people have been killed or injured yet there is no memorial to them. This smacks of double standards. These are innocent people, do they deserve less respect in death than Americans? I fear not! Would you have attacked them if their country did not possess huge oil reserves?

You want to stamp out terrorism, and rightly so. Why not start by adressing the Palestinian/Israeli conflict where terrorist acts are committed by both sides. Objectivity is hard when you pour millions of dollars into Israel.

Wake up America. Look outside you borders. You are not the only country in the world. People who live in the middle east may have diiferent cultures, religions and practices to your own. That does not make them inferior to you. Learn to respect other nations and try to educate your country that america is a part of the world, not the world. ' Treat as you would be treated '.

james johnson · December 12, 2003 - 14:48 EST #24
what happend september11 really may me think about what kinds of people are in thi world and what those people are willing todo for their country.