Did Fireman Cause More Deaths on 9/11

Did Fireman Cause More Deaths on 9/11

Created by Life Coach on Aug 24, 2010

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Life Coach

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#1 Aug 24, 2010
I think they did cause more deaths at the WTC

What did they accomplish by going into that building?

Very many people were trying to get DOWN those stairwells while these firemen trying to go UP those stairwells. The firemen were blocking the stairwells (and the cops were too)

What did they expect to accomplish once they got up there?

The firemen and policemen should have remained outside to facilitate the people exiting the building.

I am not questioning their bravery, but I am questioning their judgment. They were overcome by the need to “do something”, when the best thing they could have done was to get out of they way
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#3 Aug 24, 2010
Life Coach wrote:
I think they did cause more deaths at the WTC
What did they accomplish by going into that building?
Very many people were trying to get DOWN those stairwells while these firemen trying to go UP those stairwells. The firemen were blocking the stairwells (and the cops were too)
What did they expect to accomplish once they got up there?
The firemen and policemen should have remained outside to facilitate the people exiting the building.
I am not questioning their bravery, but I am questioning their judgment. They were overcome by the need to “do something”, when the best thing they could have done was to get out of they way
You never did anything worth while to serve your fellow man

I have

You never pulled up on a house that was on fire with flames golfing from every window door and eve

You would see those flames golfing and you would turn and run the other way
Life Coach

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#4 Aug 24, 2010
Sorry, that above post was Tbird.

I would never say flames were "golfing". The place might be "engulfed" in flames, but flames don;t golf...Golfers golf

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#5 Aug 24, 2010
Life Coach wrote:
Sorry, that above post was Tbird.
I would never say flames were "golfing". The place might be "engulfed" in flames, but flames don;t golf...Golfers golf
LIFE did you forget to change your name again?
What the heck you have been making a fool of yourself for years now.
Have a good night

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#6 Aug 24, 2010
Life Coach wrote:
I think they did cause more deaths at the WTC
What did they accomplish by going into that building?
Very many people were trying to get DOWN those stairwells while these firemen trying to go UP those stairwells. The firemen were blocking the stairwells (and the cops were too)
What did they expect to accomplish once they got up there?
The firemen and policemen should have remained outside to facilitate the people exiting the building.
I am not questioning their bravery, but I am questioning their judgment. They were overcome by the need to “do something”, when the best thing they could have done was to get out of they way
NOW life that you have made a moronic ass of yourself why don't we ask YOU Just what your " paid Firefighters " should have done?
From your last post you sound like you are saying your paid firefighters should have just turned and ran.
Is that what your father would have done?
I guess it is.
just like they say the apple doesn't fall far from the tree.
I know you have NO idea what it is like being a firefighter and putting your life on the line to save somebody else.
But I can tell you from talking to a good friend of mine that was a capt. in the N.Y.F.D. on 911, it wasn't ever a question of going in, but getting in and getting as many people out and putting out as many fires as you could.
You sir should walk a mile in somebodies shoes before you open your mouth,
If you have no idea[ and YOU don't] of what it is like to go into a burning building and getting people out or putting out a fire you should keep you big mouth shut.
As the old saying goes those who can do, those that can't teach.
In your case you talk a good lesson.
Have a good night
Spell Check

Buffalo, NY

#7 Aug 24, 2010
tbird19482 wrote:
<quoted text>NOW life that you have made a moronic ass of yourself why don't we ask YOU Just what your " paid Firefighters " should have done?
From your last post you sound like you are saying your paid firefighters should have just turned and ran.
Is that what your father would have done?
I guess it is.
just like they say the apple doesn't fall far from the tree.
I know you have NO idea what it is like being a firefighter and putting your life on the line to save somebody else.
But I can tell you from talking to a good friend of mine that was a capt. in the N.Y.F.D. on 911, it wasn't ever a question of going in, but getting in and getting as many people out and putting out as many fires as you could.
You sir should walk a mile in somebodies shoes before you open your mouth,
If you have no idea[ and YOU don't] of what it is like to go into a burning building and getting people out or putting out a fire you should keep you big mouth shut.
As the old saying goes those who can do, those that can't teach.
In your case you talk a good lesson.
Have a good night
"walk a mile in somebody's shoes" not "walk a mile in somebodies shoes"
GUMP

Tonawanda, NY

#8 Aug 24, 2010
tbird19482 wrote:
Is that what your father would have done?
I guess it is.
just like they say the apple doesn't fall far from the tree.
Not cool bringing family into an argument. Even Life, the big fat tub-of-lard, wouldn't do that to you, tbird.

I judged your post as "mean."
Life Coach

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#9 Aug 24, 2010
Spell Check wrote:
<quoted text>
"walk a mile in somebody's shoes" not "walk a mile in somebodies shoes"
I see I made your day,
Or is that week?
I know you have been just sitting there in you moms cellar just waiting for me to make a post so you can check my spelling and grammar.
You know maybe you and BEE should get together and get a place together and move out of your mothers cellars.
Maybe you could even find a girlfriend or don't you go that way?
Well I am happy I made your pathetic life worth living for another day.
Have a good night
Life Coach

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#10 Aug 24, 2010
Spell Check wrote:
<quoted text>
"walk a mile in somebody's shoes" not "walk a mile in somebodies shoes"
Damn I forgot to change my name again,
Spell Check

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#11 Aug 24, 2010
Life Coach wrote:
<quoted text>I see I made your day,
Or is that week?
I know you have been just sitting there in you moms cellar just waiting for me to make a post so you can check my spelling and grammar.
You know maybe you and BEE should get together and get a place together and move out of your mothers cellars.
Maybe you could even find a girlfriend or don't you go that way?
Well I am happy I made your pathetic life worth living for another day.
Have a good night
You forgot your rules for apostrophes!

mom's cellar (singular possessive) and mothers' cellars (plural possessive)
tbird19482s Sun

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#12 Aug 24, 2010
Spell Check wrote:
You forgot your rules for apostrophes!
mom's cellar (singular possessive) and mothers' cellars (plural possessive)
Thay arunt hiz rools. Hee fownd tha rools inn tha dickshunary.
Life Coach

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#13 Aug 24, 2010
tbird19482 wrote:
<quoted text>NOW life that you have made a moronic ass of yourself why don't we ask YOU Just what your " paid Firefighters " should have done?
From your last post you sound like you are saying your paid firefighters should have just turned and ran.
Is that what your father would have done?
I guess it is.
just like they say the apple doesn't fall far from the tree.
I know you have NO idea what it is like being a firefighter and putting your life on the line to save somebody else.
But I can tell you from talking to a good friend of mine that was a capt. in the N.Y.F.D. on 911, it wasn't ever a question of going in, but getting in and getting as many people out and putting out as many fires as you could.
You sir should walk a mile in somebodies shoes before you open your mouth,
If you have no idea[ and YOU don't] of what it is like to go into a burning building and getting people out or putting out a fire you should keep you big mouth shut.
As the old saying goes those who can do, those that can't teach.
In your case you talk a good lesson.
Have a good night
Your Captain buddy should have ordered his men out of that building. If he had done so, there would have been more than 300 policemen and firemen who would have lived that day. There also would have been more civilians who would have lived because the cops and firemen would not have been blocking the stairs.

My father would have seen the futility of going into that building. There was no reason to try to put out that fire. The emphasis should have been on EVACUATING that building, and those who could have gotten out did get out with the exception of those who could not get out because the firemen were blocking the stairs

I know there were no volunteers who would have died that day, because they would have been standing outside polishing the bishop
Life Coach

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#14 Aug 24, 2010
Life Coach wrote:
<quoted text>I see I made your day,
Or is that week?
I know you have been just sitting there in you moms cellar just waiting for me to make a post so you can check my spelling and grammar.
You know maybe you and BEE should get together and get a place together and move out of your mothers cellars.
Maybe you could even find a girlfriend or don't you go that way?
Well I am happy I made your pathetic life worth living for another day.
Have a good night
You just got caught posting under my name, TBird. You are the biggest liar on the web

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#15 Aug 24, 2010
Life Coach wrote:
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You just got caught posting under my name, TBird. You are the biggest liar on the web
I did not make that post, But I see that you have been making posts under my name.
I hope you were having fun
Have a good night

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#16 Aug 24, 2010
Life Coach wrote:
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You just got caught posting under my name, TBird. You are the biggest liar on the web
OH I see you forgot[ remember when you had a registrerd name? how it comes up with the # of posts ] Well next time you try to use my name remember that,] and don't forget to change your name back to life couch.
Have a good night

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#17 Aug 24, 2010
Life Coach wrote:
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Your Captain buddy should have ordered his men out of that building. If he had done so, there would have been more than 300 policemen and firemen who would have lived that day. There also would have been more civilians who would have lived because the cops and firemen would not have been blocking the stairs.
My father would have seen the futility of going into that building. There was no reason to try to put out that fire. The emphasis should have been on EVACUATING that building, and those who could have gotten out did get out with the exception of those who could not get out because the firemen were blocking the stairs
I know there were no volunteers who would have died that day, because they would have been standing outside polishing the bishop
For one thing LIFE, You have no idea what it is like to be a firefighter, or even an EMT.
You are talking out your back side.
And for your info I would suggest you APOLOGIZE to every Volunteer that put their life on the line that day.
How many VOLUNTEERS died that day trying to save other people? Many.
Just because YOU don't have the guts to be a Volunteer firefighter or have ever put your life on the line like thousands of them do in the U.S. everyday you shouldn't talk s--t about the people that do.
You have never done any of this so you have no personal knowledge of just what it is like.
And I would give your father more credit for having guts than you do, I think, him being a " real" firefighter he would have gone in there Just like Kev. did.
And I thought YOU had more respect for your father then to imply that he would have turned and ran away form those towers as all the other "real" firefighters were running in.
What a nice son you are.
God bless your father
Have a good night

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#18 Aug 24, 2010
Life Coach wrote:
<quoted text>
Your Captain buddy should have ordered his men out of that building. If he had done so, there would have been more than 300 policemen and firemen who would have lived that day. There also would have been more civilians who would have lived because the cops and firemen would not have been blocking the stairs.
My father would have seen the futility of going into that building. There was no reason to try to put out that fire. The emphasis should have been on EVACUATING that building, and those who could have gotten out did get out with the exception of those who could not get out because the firemen were blocking the stairs
I know there were no volunteers who would have died that day, because they would have been standing outside polishing the bishop
Life maybe you should rename this poll.
you know something like,
Don't you think all the "real" firemen should have been running away from the twin towers [ Like I think my daddy would have] instead of running into them and saving lives?
You were such a good son, I can see you really looked up to your father,
Must have been something when you were growing up thinking your dad would be safe because he would never run into a burning building to save somebody.
You always thought he would just drop the hose and run the other way.
You are such a good son.
Have a good night
Life Coach

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#19 Aug 25, 2010
tbird19482 wrote:
<quoted text>For one thing LIFE, You have no idea what it is like to be a firefighter, or even an EMT.
You are talking out your back side.
And for your info I would suggest you APOLOGIZE to every Volunteer that put their life on the line that day.
How many VOLUNTEERS died that day trying to save other people? Many.
Just because YOU don't have the guts to be a Volunteer firefighter or have ever put your life on the line like thousands of them do in the U.S. everyday you shouldn't talk s--t about the people that do.
You have never done any of this so you have no personal knowledge of just what it is like.
And I would give your father more credit for having guts than you do, I think, him being a " real" firefighter he would have gone in there Just like Kev. did.
And I thought YOU had more respect for your father then to imply that he would have turned and ran away form those towers as all the other "real" firefighters were running in.
What a nice son you are.
God bless your father
Have a good night
You have never been a REAL firefighter. You were a VOLUTEER firefighter in Brant NY where there aren't even any three-story buildings, forget about skyscrapers. Can you say "barn fire"?

ZERO volunteer firefighters died on 9/11

"A total of 411 emergency workers who responded to the scene died as they attempted to rescue people and fight fires. The New York City Fire Department (FDNY) lost 341 firefighters and 2 FDNY paramedics.[52] The New York City Police Department lost 23 officers.[53] The Port Authority Police Department lost 37 officers"

That's right----ZERO volunteer firefighters died that day, yet you always see some retard volly strutting around the mall or county fair wearing a "I'm a 9/11 hero" t-shirt or ball cap.

The vollys did not show up until AFTERWARD for the cleanup and recovery, yet they want everyone to look at them like they are heros

I am not a fireman, nor have I ever been a fireman, but if I was supervising firemen that day, I would have gotten on the radio and I would have said "Get out of that building, you idiots, you are blocking the stairwells"
PAPD Vollie

Buffalo, NY

#20 Aug 25, 2010
Life Coach wrote:
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You have never been a REAL firefighter. You were a VOLUTEER firefighter in Brant NY where there aren't even any three-story buildings, forget about skyscrapers. Can you say "barn fire"?
ZERO volunteer firefighters died on 9/11
"A total of 411 emergency workers who responded to the scene died as they attempted to rescue people and fight fires. The New York City Fire Department (FDNY) lost 341 firefighters and 2 FDNY paramedics.[52] The New York City Police Department lost 23 officers.[53] The Port Authority Police Department lost 37 officers"
That's right----ZERO volunteer firefighters died that day, yet you always see some retard volly strutting around the mall or county fair wearing a "I'm a 9/11 hero" t-shirt or ball cap.
The vollys did not show up until AFTERWARD for the cleanup and recovery, yet they want everyone to look at them like they are heros
I am not a fireman, nor have I ever been a fireman, but if I was supervising firemen that day, I would have gotten on the radio and I would have said "Get out of that building, you idiots, you are blocking the stairwells"
At least one of the Police Officers was a vollie. I'm sure there were others too.
http://inmemoriamonline.net/Profiles/Folders/...

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#21 Aug 25, 2010
Life Coach wrote:
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You have never been a REAL firefighter. You were a VOLUTEER firefighter in Brant NY where there aren't even any three-story buildings, forget about skyscrapers. Can you say "barn fire"?
ZERO volunteer firefighters died on 9/11
"A total of 411 emergency workers who responded to the scene died as they attempted to rescue people and fight fires. The New York City Fire Department (FDNY) lost 341 firefighters and 2 FDNY paramedics.[52] The New York City Police Department lost 23 officers.[53] The Port Authority Police Department lost 37 officers"
That's right----ZERO volunteer firefighters died that day, yet you always see some retard volly strutting around the mall or county fair wearing a "I'm a 9/11 hero" t-shirt or ball cap.
The vollys did not show up until AFTERWARD for the cleanup and recovery, yet they want everyone to look at them like they are heros
I am not a fireman, nor have I ever been a fireman, but if I was supervising firemen that day, I would have gotten on the radio and I would have said "Get out of that building, you idiots, you are blocking the stairwells"
I guess you didn't read my post very well.
I never said there was Voulnteer firefighters there, I said that there were volunteers there helping people.
and anybody could be a volunteer, a person walking by could give of their time and put their life on the line to help save somebody else.
But you wouldn't know anything about that.
As you said you would be running as fast as you could away from the fire and to he-- with anybody else.
And for your info I don't know if there were any volunteer firefighters there that day.
but remember that a lot of the people that work in the city take trains in and out and live in small towns that have volunteer fire dept. so some of the people that went in to help people out and some of the people that were in there could have been a volunteer firefighter.
Have a good night

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