do you fear a terrorist attack this week?

Discussion in 'Community' started by jefhatfield, Dec 23, 2002.

  1. jefhatfield Retired

    jefhatfield

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    christmas is on the 25th and kwanzaa is the following day...and next week is new year's eve followed by new year's day

    who thinks one of the many terrorist organizations will try and make a statement somewhere in the world?
     
  2. ShaolinMiddleFinger macrumors 6502a

    ShaolinMiddleFinger

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    All I have to say to the terrorists is to "KISS MY ASS!"

    If they want to attempt it, they better get ready to pay for it.

    There's no place in this world for cowards who kill innocents
     
  3. Mr. Anderson Moderator emeritus

    Mr. Anderson

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    Hadn't really thought about it till you mentioned it. It didn't really dampen the festivities last year so I'm thinking it won't be that much of an issue this year.

    Personally I'm not any more worried than I am at any one time. Its always a possibility, especially since I work in DC.

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  4. wdlove macrumors P6

    wdlove

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    My greater fear is when the attack of Iraq begins.

    Not as much fear now since they let the anniversary of 9/11 pass.
     
  5. jefhatfield thread starter Retired

    jefhatfield

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    dc...prolly the most obvious place to cause the greatest impact on americans

    hope things go safely with you

    good thing they got that sniper(s) near you...that must have been more terrifying than 9/11
     
  6. Mr. Anderson Moderator emeritus

    Mr. Anderson

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    Actually, I was standing on my building watching the Pentagon burn on 9/11, that was pretty bad. The sniper affected my wife more than me, I wasn't too worried since we were living in areas that really weren't going to be easy for him to escape due to traffic. It did impact our daily lives a bit though.

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