1. Jack's Shack August 15, 2005 at 3:34 pm

    Hi Bill,

    I am glad that you enjoyed the link, although I suspect that enjoy may be a bit inappropriate at least relative to the content of the post.

    From what I understand the events of 911 reached many people throughout the world in sadly an unfortunate similar fashion to your own.

  2. Bill August 15, 2005 at 2:30 pm

    Thanks Jack nice link I sent the link to my wife who is works in Oral History.

    This is really beyond the scope of her work (Franco-Ontarian History) but she may find it interesting from a methodological perspective.

    I lost a cousin in the WTC , fortunately or unfortunately however you look at it I didn’t really know him well.

    One day sometime after the attack I was thinking about the people that died and thanked G-d that as a Canadian the attack hadn’t touch us or effected us as it did the US when my sister called to tell me Jasper was working in the WTC and was still missing.

    I have an old folding knife with a wooden handle that Jasper and his sister gave me one easter when I was a kid, and as it was getting old I had thought about throwing it away and now I don’t think I can.

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