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Celebrations of Bin Laden's Death at Ground Zero (40 pics)

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№1 Author: raymond.wendt (4 May 2011 01:28) Total user comments: 9115


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I know many of the non-radical Muslims were not happy with what bin Laden stood for either.
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№2 Author: Jimmy Johnson (4 May 2011 01:47) Total user comments: 5518


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Yes, let's cheer mindless, un-substantiated stupidity.
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№3 Author: Vonkara (4 May 2011 02:56) Total user comments: 163


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^ kudos. I can`t believe how stupid those celebration were. First they celebrate the death of someone. Even by being evil or whatever, you don't celebrate such thing, even less by thinking the war will be over... the opposite will happen (sigh)
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№4 Author: capt.huffnpuff (4 May 2011 04:19) Total user comments: 2801


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To me, the most poignant are the first responders, the worker in the white helmet and the fireman. Their memory of the horrid events of 9/11 have scarred them for life. Their work and dedication are a beacon for all of us. 04
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№5 Author: daniela23 (4 May 2011 05:01) Total user comments: 107


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YAY the war's over! What d'ya mean we're still at war? I thought that because Osama got shot we'd have world peace and all the works. 02

This is what happens when so many people are unemployed. Get your priorities right America, or perish in your false sense of security. We can get ahead of this together working towards securing an economic future for our children.
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№6 Author: synyster616 (4 May 2011 05:49) Total user comments: 373


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Ya...lets cheer for 1 dead guy while they killed thousands in the process of getting to him...yeahh...AMERICKKKAAA... 13
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№7 Author: MrMaj81 (4 May 2011 06:06) Total user comments: 774


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american is sooooo stupid
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№8 Author: RubberDucky73 (4 May 2011 06:21) Total user comments: 84


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what class we have.
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№9 Author: Nguyenazn (4 May 2011 06:48) Total user comments: 1144


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Now lets focus on gas price is now ridiculously high and the economic is tremendously bad !
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№10 Author: Jockey straddler (4 May 2011 07:34) Total user comments: 698


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Good for Americans.. at least they will have less of the hateful business of constantly looking over their shoulders wherever they go. Once I had to laugh when I caught one American soldier starring suspiciously at a stray dog..!!! 07

What I dont understand, though, is how come a mighty organization like the CIA had to spend more than 10 years tracking a small and effeminate murderer.. it doesnt add up. 02
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№11 Author: t0t0t0 (4 May 2011 09:16) Total user comments: 429


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no different than Talibs..
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№12 Author: Lord Dodo (4 May 2011 09:28) Total user comments: 2064


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I didn't see "evidence" vids of conspiracy theories about 9/11... but you have to think about it. those two planes crashed in the' middle of the tower... or a little bit higher i don't remember. It would never bring the whole building down at once... and if it would, it wouldn't wait one hour to tumble down and it wouldn't fall so straight down, that none of the surrounding buildings seriously were damaged...
Just saying...
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№13 Author: Kaiser (4 May 2011 09:52) Total user comments: 100


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you dont want to celebrate someones death? fine. if you cant admit you arent happy he wont kill anyone else, then fuck you.
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№14 Author: salsapopo (4 May 2011 10:38) Total user comments: 12723


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№15 Author: thesoulshaker (4 May 2011 13:23) Total user comments: 1384


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Its indeed celebration time for people who lost their relatives in those attacks.. its not a celebration of sum one's death.. its a celebration of death of evil over peace.. 04
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№16 Author: elunicotomas (4 May 2011 14:47) Total user comments: 1680


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№17 Author: DocMcCoy (4 May 2011 15:48) Total user comments: 6039


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Any reason to party I guess. I hope the new face of Islam is now that of the brave people in Egypt, Libya, Yeman.
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№18 Author: mahedi (4 May 2011 16:03) Total user comments: 10772


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№19 Author: daveygg (4 May 2011 16:06) Total user comments: 74


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Glad to see there are some that show respect to those that lost their lives. It should not be a reason to get drunk and party, especially not at Ground Zero. 35
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№20 Author: Naphia (4 May 2011 17:54) Total user comments: 1071


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This is not a way to remember the people who died there nor to react to someone's death. Please show some respect and think before you act. The war isn't over so is this really a victory? I'm afraid something terrible could happen when people behave themselves like this. 02
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№21 Author: Lu (4 May 2011 19:55) Total user comments: 15082


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Irrespective what anybody does, celebrate or cry - The beat goes on . . . . . . .
DOWNHILL . . . . .
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№22 Author: kamatchou (4 May 2011 20:24) Total user comments: 311


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i d be sad to know that my country need 10 years to catch one man !!!

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№23 Author: pixfunpix (4 May 2011 21:19) Total user comments: 1


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№24 Author: punchythekid (6 May 2011 09:24) Total user comments: 317


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fucking stupid people man... i bet there was no moment of silence for those 5,000 who got killed. nope lets get drunk and part-a
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