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(, Thu 11 Sep 2008, 10:23, archived)
# Hahahaha, happy ELEVEN FUCKING NINE!
(, Thu 11 Sep 2008, 10:24, archived)
# Ha ha
Someone else, who gets wound up by that as well.....
(, Thu 11 Sep 2008, 10:25, archived)
# calling it twin towers day solves all those problems
(, Thu 11 Sep 2008, 10:26, archived)
# eleventy-nine!!
at least our british suicide bombers had the good sense & decency to do it on a day with the same number as the month, to avoid confusion
(, Thu 11 Sep 2008, 10:29, archived)
# Terribly british
I can just imagine them sitting around thinking how to minimise the fuss surrounding their terrorist plans...
(, Thu 11 Sep 2008, 11:51, archived)
# morning capples.
how's the world?
(, Thu 11 Sep 2008, 10:48, archived)
# Ningles
sorry, was outside getting rained on.

It's fairly soggy.
(, Thu 11 Sep 2008, 10:56, archived)
9th of November????
(, Thu 11 Sep 2008, 10:48, archived)
# OMG 9/11 actually happened on 11/9
coincidence? i don't think so.
(, Thu 11 Sep 2008, 14:07, archived)
# It's ok, I just celebrate it in November instead.
(, Thu 11 Sep 2008, 14:39, archived)
# How about this for a conspiracy theory?
Much along the lines of "Plum Center" and the like, I have a sneaking suspition that the Americans deliberately engineering 11/9/2001 merely in order to be able to refer to a significant event in the American date formatting - thus spreading their influence further in the world.

It's bloody 11/9. I wish that the rest of the world would refer to it as such, and not just pander to the Americans all the time.
(, Thu 11 Sep 2008, 18:17, archived)
# hahaha
my they all look happy! ^_^
(, Thu 11 Sep 2008, 10:25, archived)
# happy disco tastic
(, Thu 11 Sep 2008, 10:26, archived)
# Don't give Hallmark ideas!
(, Thu 11 Sep 2008, 10:26, archived)
# *spreads around the internet*
Everyone should see this
(, Thu 11 Sep 2008, 10:26, archived)
(, Thu 11 Sep 2008, 10:28, archived)
# thanks
(, Thu 11 Sep 2008, 10:29, archived)
[challenge entry] morning. god they were all so happy about the collision
also. blimey, a compo where i can pearoast without it even being shoehorned.
i'll just drop this here:

and run away and get back to work
(, Thu 11 Sep 2008, 10:27, archived)
# hahahah!
btw, what's so special about 9th of November, I keep hearing everyone going on about it?
(, Thu 11 Sep 2008, 10:27, archived)
# ^this
(, Thu 11 Sep 2008, 10:30, archived)
# isn't that
kristlnacht or something?
(, Thu 11 Sep 2008, 10:31, archived)
# nah
Ides of March I reckon
(, Thu 11 Sep 2008, 10:50, archived)
# hee hee
(, Thu 11 Sep 2008, 10:28, archived)
# Hahahaha :D
I love that
(, Thu 11 Sep 2008, 10:28, archived)
# Hahaha!
Someone send this to the Daily Mail, stat!
(, Thu 11 Sep 2008, 10:39, archived)
# Happy never forget what day it is day
(, Thu 11 Sep 2008, 10:40, archived)
# This is Internet Gold baby !!
(, Thu 11 Sep 2008, 10:41, archived)
# yay happy
(, Thu 11 Sep 2008, 10:49, archived)
# haha
(, Thu 11 Sep 2008, 13:25, archived)
# haha! i remember the first time you posted this (or it was one just like it)
what an uproar! "too soon!"

now it's conscionably funny :-D
(, Thu 11 Sep 2008, 18:58, archived)
# This is so many kinds of win
Aww, the planes look so happy!
(, Thu 11 Sep 2008, 10:51, archived)
# ha ha ha
(, Thu 11 Sep 2008, 11:04, archived)
# Brilliant!
I love the faces!
(, Thu 11 Sep 2008, 11:05, archived)
# Hahahaha
Brilliant :D
(, Thu 11 Sep 2008, 11:10, archived)
# This
makes me happy
(, Thu 11 Sep 2008, 12:00, archived)
# Do we get cake?
(, Thu 11 Sep 2008, 12:43, archived)
# Of course we get cake!
All round to mine for happy eleventy-nine cake!
(, Sun 14 Sep 2008, 7:55, archived)
# Ha ha ha!
(, Thu 11 Sep 2008, 13:16, archived)
# You are awful
But I love you
(, Thu 11 Sep 2008, 16:13, archived)
# Aw!
This makes me all warm and fuzzy inside
(, Thu 11 Sep 2008, 16:13, archived)
# haha brilliant!
i have a callendar on my desk at work. one of those tear-off-a-page-a-day ones.
It had a big 11 on it today so i drew a plane crashing into one and smoke coming out of the other.
(, Thu 11 Sep 2008, 18:27, archived)
# Is this an inverse pop up card?
When you open it, the towers fall down instead of pop up?
(, Thu 11 Sep 2008, 18:50, archived)
# Fuck off.
Thats in bad taste.
(, Thu 11 Sep 2008, 23:57, archived)
# I'd have to agree
I signed the petition against it here: snipurl.com/offended
(, Fri 12 Sep 2008, 13:33, archived)
# I must second that motion.
I mean I love petitions, their the best of all the arguments... i love petitions... there my friend!
(, Fri 12 Sep 2008, 13:41, archived)
# Cool - is it one of those musical cards?
You know, with the USA national anthem playing inside?
(, Fri 12 Sep 2008, 1:21, archived)
# Sorry
I have to be the Stiffly Stifferson/Yank and tell you that, despite making the front page, I dont find anything funny about what happened on September 11th. I lost over a dozen friends after having spent 2.5 years in Building One of the Trade Center. I left slightly less than a year before that tragedy.

Perhaps I am just an up-tight arsehole Yank, but frankly, I think it might be a tad too soon. Though, at least, in your own twisted way, you remembered the thousands of people that died this day.

My personal count begins with my previous receptionist Olabisi and my Secretary Kim. It moves on from there to friends, co-workers, buddies down the hall and a husband and wife duo that were scratching their way towards true financial independence, despite being born and raised in the roughest area of Harlem. I still have no idea what has become of their two lovely children.

Sorry to be a wet blanket...no, I am not sorry. Perhaps if You lost friends, co-workers and loved ones, you wouldn't be so quick to crack a joke.

Oh, and for the record, I also lost a friend in the Pentagon attack. Maybe you should do something on that one too.

(, Fri 12 Sep 2008, 6:33, archived)
# To be honest I agree
But you have to see this for what it is; a very B3ta style memorial, as I can (almost) guarantee nobody on this site found the actual event funny or amusing in any way.

Go looking on youtube for the real 9/11 trolls; almost every 9/11 video has them in the comments section.
(, Fri 12 Sep 2008, 10:15, archived)
# well, i can understand, but
given the umpteen years we had to put up with pictures of...

american cities holding parades supporting terrorists who were killing people in the uk

americans holding fund raising events for terrorists to kill more people in the uk

senior american politicians treating the terrorist leadership as honoured guests, instead of killing them and 90 innocent people in the vicinity, banging them up in guantanamo, or shipping them to other countries to be tortured

...maybe you can understand that we developed a thicker skin about this sort of thing
(, Fri 12 Sep 2008, 16:46, archived)
# IRA?
ARe you talking about "Saint Patrick's Day" Parades? That's more than a little bit of a stretch, wouldnt you say? I mean, celebrating Irish heritage is no crime. If some twisted bastards send money to support terrorism in the UK/Ireland, they are just as bad as the idiots in the USA who donate money to Hezbollah. however, equating a bunch of drunk Micks staggering through Manhattan or Boston is NOT a terrorist gathering...it's a bunch of drunk Irish and those-pretending-to-be Irish having a good time.

Equating that to a celebration of terrorists is a bit of a stretch.
(, Sat 13 Sep 2008, 1:00, archived)
# Yes the IRA
And their political front, Sinn Fein, who until very recently were always warmly welcomed in America on St Paddy's day, despite it being a political front to a terrorist organisation.

Not to mention the money raised in America and sent to the IRA to fund the buying of weapons (or the outright shipping of weapons across the pond) to be used to kill and injure British civilians on the mainland who were not in any way related to the conflict.

I often find it ironic that a city which had supported terrorism for so long found itself the target of a terrorist attack, but then my Uncle was hit in the Baltic Exchange bombing.
(, Sat 13 Sep 2008, 11:15, archived)
# The IRA might have spent some time in Libya in the 80's
doing a bit of training...

funny old world, eh :)
(, Mon 15 Sep 2008, 17:29, archived)
# Seriously?
Listen, I know that some of the people in those parades celebrating their 'Irishness' were bad people, but honestly, if you think that the annual Saint Patrick's Day Parade in NY, Boston, Washington, Savannah, Chicago...hell, just about ANY decent sized American City is all about supporting the IRA, you my friend are sadly mistaken.

Hell, 3/4 of the people IN those parades aren't even Irish. They are just people that enjoy a good, albeit drunken, time.

Using YOUR logic, perhaps we should put an end to ALL Parades! I mean, those Italian-Americans: GANGSTERS! Oh, and those African-American Parades: GANGSTAS! And while we are at it: what about those Puerto Rican Parades? Yep: Terrorists.

So, by using YOUR logic, let's paint ALL the Irish with the same tar brush. Brilliant.
(, Mon 15 Sep 2008, 23:35, archived)
# perhaps you should delcare war on b3ta
or the internet maybe
(, Sat 13 Sep 2008, 14:07, archived)
# well, given that on b3ta are stored
means of mass distraction (from capitalism) in very large quantities, I cannot see a reason against your suggestion
(, Sat 13 Sep 2008, 17:39, archived)
# I for one welcome
our new yankee overlords
(, Mon 15 Sep 2008, 23:34, archived)
# At least when the terrorists blow stuff up they intended to.
Rather than all that friendly fire malarkey.

I don't know what's worse, the thought that there's people out there deliberately intent on hurting one another, or the thought that there's people out there dumb enough to accidentally hurt one another.

Assuming those were accidents...
(, Sun 14 Sep 2008, 6:41, archived)
# What does this have to do with anything?
(, Mon 15 Sep 2008, 3:02, archived)
*clicks like there's no tomorrow*
(, Fri 12 Sep 2008, 9:28, archived)
# Either you like this picture
or you are with the terrorists.
(, Sat 13 Sep 2008, 11:44, archived)