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Posted by  no one special on November 12, 2003 at 11:43:57:

it is sickening and disheartining to read a majority of the replys to this so called "forum of discussion" where everybody seems to have loved designing but not remembering. everybody seems to be too preoccupied as to what kind of trouble or disasterous experience this would be for "those who are the winner" or "last one standing" when everybody really wants to be that winning entry. they all seems to be discrediting the value of the true winner. i have many questions regarding this issue but the most important ones are why did you contribute to this? what does it mean for you? the people effected? the victims? it is a tragedy that it seems that so many of the entrants are too focused on the politics and not the power of what this stands for. it is also a tragedy that so many people think that this pain they so willingly complain about can even compare to the pain of so many others directly effected or killed by these truly monumental events. i say get over yourself and try very hard to lift whatever veil from your eyes and see what this whole event is really about.

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