Addicts Remember: September 11th, 2001

First let me start this with a little disclaimer. I know this is a blog about The Simpsons Tapped Out and I also know that this is a blog read by more than just Americans. However, all of the Addicts writers are from America and we feel as though it just wouldn’t be right to let today pass with out something. This post will remain our top post until after the moments of silence, and we will return to our regular Tapped Out posts shortly after. Thank you for your understanding and respect.

Today is September 11th 2013, the 12th anniversary of the attacks on America, where 2,977 innocent people were killed while just going about their everyday. Today the Addicts writers would like to take a moment to honor all those innocent lives that were lost in New York City, Shanksville PA, and Washington DC.

I ask you, the readers of this blog, to take a moment today to reflect on that day and honor those who lost their lives.

The Addicts staff would also like to take this opportunity to thank all of the police and fireman who saved lives that day, and everyday. We would also like to say a special thank you to all of our brave service men and woman, at home and abroad, who risk their own lives so that America can be safe. We would also like to honor all of the service men and woman from our allies around the world.
Thanks Bunny for the great photo! 

Finally, Mark, Bunny, Nick and I would like to say a special thank you to our very own Wookiee. Who served in the United States Air Force for nearly 14 years, and has just recently become a civilian again. I think I speak for all of us Wookiee when I say, thank you for risking your life overseas to protect everyone here at home. We’re glad you’re home safe and couldn’t imagine this site without you!


6 responses to “Addicts Remember: September 11th, 2001

  1. To anyone else out there who have, are, or will serve their country…You are amazing people the rest of us owe you so much, Thank You

  2. Very nice addicts! Wookiee-Thank you for your service!

    • You are very welcome… the real people who deserve the thanks though are the heroes I look up to aka all the wounded veterans, the fallen and their families (and probably my family for putting up with my service lol).

  3. Nice post. Very fitting. Today is a sad day, no matter where you live. Sending my thoughts from the UK! I also want to thank those of you who are in, or have been in the forces. It is an amazing thing to do for the rest of us.

  4. I’m from Australia, but amen to this post. Let us never forget the victims of that horrific attack and may they rest in peace. And thank you to those who risk their lives in defence of freedom

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