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Posted by  Lincoln on September 12, 2003 at 14:12:54:

In Reply to:  Re: designing a memorial ? what for ? posted by Richard Haut on September 07, 2003 at 13:35:55:

New York real estate is the most expensive in the US and the World
Trade Center complex was the most expensive real estate in New York.
36000 of americas privileged persons worked there full time at an
average salary upwards of $110000,,these are not the kind of people
who would invite the average joe out to Dinner or to the many Parties.
also,there was a CIA office and an FBI office in the buildings along
with 54 people,the creme de la creme who actually lived at americas
most exclusive address...I feel sorry for the cleaning staff and the
Firefighters and Policemen who lost their lives....did you know that
most of the people had time to get out but were told to Keep Working!

 
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