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    I've just signed up with the 2996 Project to commemorate one of the fallen from September 11th.

    On the fifth anniversary of the atrocity committed against America, we will celebrate the lives of those who died on that day. Instead of glorifying the barbaric terrorists who murdered so many, we will remember the lives and the heroism of each person who died.

    I have been blessed to remember and honor Timothy A. Roy, a Sergeant with the NYPD.

    The Project still need around 500 more bloggers to complete this tribute to each and every person who was killed that terrible day. Please consider going over and signing up. You will need to do some of your own research, but the Project is well organized, and your honoree's information will come up with Google, About, Ask, MSN, etc., links to assist you.

    Go sign up.

    And never, ever forget!

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