"The future ain't what it used to be."

A Message from TTA, ~How I truly feel about the recent events.

I know that many of us have felt the pain of Tuesdays attack, and faced it with worry and uncertainty.

I for one am deeply sadden this had to happen, my deepest sympathies go out to the families that were lost. I share in your pain, I know the horror and despair of losing loved ones to another’s control, and being unable to do anything.

It’s a dark Hell, we as Americans are now facing, and it is in this time we need to be tolerant of others, and not lose sight that we are a civilized society.

Yes, I especially want justice served, but let’s not take it out on the innocent Americans who had nothing to do with it. We are human beings, let us behave like human beings, and not resort to these cowards level.

These people who did this crime, are not human, they have no respect for human life, they take life with no remorse, and we need to get this Evil eradicated in the most expedient fashion.

However, in the mist of all that’s happen, I also ask that people not take this as an opportunity to begin with the John Titor’s prophecies or other claims. Besides all the continuing bomb threats, and of things yet unclear as to who done it, let’s not add to this type of domino-effect hysteria.

I hate to see Dooms-Day cults pop up on the internet and in neighborhoods, and religious radicals preaching at the side of the roads, that the end of the world is coming. This is neither the time nor the place to be doing this. I hope that we as a people understand that this is a time to be appropriate, and address issues with the facts, not with assumptions.

Let’s keep what’s left of our sanity, and heal before we panic our selves to a frenzy. I know I can’t tell everyone out there this, but please keep what I’ve said in the back of your mind somewhere. Maybe you can console a troubled co-worker or friend who feels anger and wants to take it out on someone and do something foolish.

I know I wrote quite a bit on this, and if your still reading it this far, thanks for reading
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. God-bless us all.

Sincerely yours,
Javier Cortez S.
 
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From:Javier Cortez
RE: TTI Forum Message Board

Just like you said Javier...

"I know that many of us have felt the pain of Tuesdays attack, and faced it with worry and uncertainty.
I for one am deeply sadden this had to happen, my deepest sympathies go out to the families that were lost. I share in your pain, I know the horror and despair of losing loved ones to another’s control, and being unable to do anything. "


I too, share deeply a Great Empathy to all those who suffer from this crime of the century, and my prayers go out to everyone as well.

Good speed the USA Citizens, and protect us all while we are now engaged in what President Busch has declared with the US pentagon as
"Operation Infinite Justice"


From: "Time02112" <[email protected]>
Date: Thu Sep 20, 2001 1:54 am
Subject: Disatser Relief Fund ... (Different Ways You Can Contribute)


In view of the tragedy that struck America on September 11, I'd like to provide everyone with information on the different ways in which you can help contribute to the relief efforts. All of the
organizations listed in this letter are legitimately involved with disaster relief efforts in New York and/or Washington, D.C. We encourage you to check out their Web sites to find out how you, too, can help.

Additionally you can contribute by purchasing any of our TAP-TEN Polo's, Or T-shirts as I have committed to contribute a portion of the proceeds to this general relief fund. After we receive a confirmation of our TAP-TEN Contribution, I will scan & upload this
letter to our photo album so that you all may proudly display your own printed copy for doing your part.

The September 11th Fund
United Way and The New York Community Trust have established The September 11th Fund. Contributions will be used to help respond to the immediate and longer-term needs of the victims, their families,
and communities affected by the events of September 11. Please note that 100% of all contributions will be used to support these efforts,
as United Way and The Community Trust are underwriting all administrative costs. Donations can be made online, by telephone (at
1-800-710-8002) or by mail.
http://september11fund.org

World Trade Center Relief Fund
The newly established New York State World Trade Center Fund supports
the emergency response and victim support efforts in New York. Donations can be made online (follow the link on the site), by phone (at 1-800-801-8092), or by mail(to the address provided on the site.)
http://www.helping.org/wtc/ny/nystate.htm


American Red Cross
Just completed — the American Red Cross Family Registration Web, which is designed to help those searching for information regarding
family members affected by the disaster. If you are from one of the disaster-impacted areas, you can register at the site, and this will help Red Cross workers provide information to family members and
loved ones who are concerned about you.
http://www.redcross.org/donate/donate.html

Other Red Cross links:
Donate to the Disaster Relief Fund
http://www.redcross.org/donate/donate.html

Salvation Army Disaster Relief
The Salvation Army sees to the physical, emotional, and spiritual needs of families, individuals, and emergency personnel involved in the disasters. Aid is given to those affected both directly and indirectly by this tragedy. Donations can be made online or by phone at 1-800-SAL-ARMY (1-800-725-2769).
http://www.redshield.org/crisis

Firefighter 9-11 Disaster Relief Fund
The non-profit organization Fire Donations has established the New York Firefighter 9-11 Disaster Relief Fund to assist the families of
the firefighters who fell during their valiant attempts to assist community members during the World Trade Center tragedy. Donations
can be made online (using the form on the site), by phone (at 1-253-274-0424), or by mail (to the address provided on the site).
http://www.donationdepot.com/firefi...sp?catagory=LineOfDuty&charityID=115721&nav=F

Mercy Corps
Mercy Corps supports organizations that provide counseling for survivors, emergency personnel, and families of the victims. They also support organizations that provide scholarship funds for children who lost parents in the attacks. Mercy Corps ensures that your funds reach outstanding local organizations that are making a difference. Donations can be made online (follow the link on the site), by phone (at 1-800-852-2100), or by mail (to the address
provided on the site).
http://www.mercycorps.org

Thank You All!

As we continue to gather up the pieces from this quickening madness, our hearts & prayers continue to pour out to all those whose lives have passed, those who remain struggling for their lives every moment
waiting to be rescued, or pray that death come quickly, to those who are their surviving family & loved ones who continue to suffer, and the rest of us who mourn their grief, within these words I call out
to the Almighty Hierarchy to heareth our woes & heareth our prayers.

May there some day come peace; if not in our lifetime, perhaps we can pave way for our children to see world peace come into fruition. Please if thy will be done, and we that liveth & walketh upon this earth this we pray so that we all will this some place deep down in
our minds, hearts & souls (for those of us who believeth that we truly haveth a soul) within a worthy group of humanity, to spare us all from final doom to a brave new world that shineth like a true
kingdom of eutopia.
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---T12

<hr size="1" width="80%" color="#000099" align="left">"Everything you know,...is Wrong!
soon we shall all discover the truth."
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