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<<Call me stupid but whose relatives were saved
when the passengers of UA93 heroically comitted suicide.
For the life of me I can't imagine that the relatedness
between passengers who bravely seized control
and members of the White House is substantially non-vanishing.
Surely some different mechanism must have propelled the
passengers to attempt to take over control from the hijackers.
Since Americans are so fond of their country (no offense),
I'd advance Patriotism, as opposed to saving kin,
as plausible memetic driving force.>>
Read my other message again. You totally missed it.
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