No problem no problem, after all, that's what debates are for Although we disagree on many points, it's honestly been a refreshing experience and quite a diversion from school related topics.
Before I finish, I want to thank you for correcting the many mistakes that I have made.
Seeing as how neither of us will budge from our side of the 9/11 wall, this is where I must take my leave (for real this time! I promise ). Which is to say, I'm hitting midterms and desparately need to buckle down.
Just one last thing I'd like to add. While here we focus on the possible events on that fateful day, the most important thing to remember about 9/11 wasn't the destruction of the Towers or the subsequent armed conflicts; it was the immediate human response to those in need. Regardless of whether or not a government conspiracy is involved, it was a day where complete strangers worked together to rally support, save those in need, and honor those that perished. 9/11 shouldn't be remembered for death and destruction; it should be remembered for the deeds accomplished that day: from impromptu rescues to candlelite vigils, 9/11 showed humanity at its best.