Daily Morning Awesomeness (35 Photos)

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  • Oscuh

    #27 Who cares. Had secks.

  • IrishInNJ

    #36 I was there 11 years ago. I now work on the Freedom Tower. Always a tough day.

  • IrishInNJ

    #9 Man U v Sunderland. He wasn't sleeping, in case people think so, he couldn't watch a penalty….which clearly Man U missed. Sunderland still lost though.

    • united


  • Busternut

    #22 One flew over the cuckoo's nest.

    • jred

      Children of the Corn


    #4 Thanks for your service brother KCCO from another Virginia State Employee Chiver

  • chicago

    #22 The Godfather [p1]

  • http://www.facebook.com/ryan.lambert.98 Ryan Lambert

    #11 I call dibs on the right.

  • Lizzie

    #3 Quidi Vidi Beer! Gotta love those Newfoundlanders!

    • Mike

      In Edmonton actually but excellent beer.

  • CanadianChivette

    I remember exactly where I was, exactly what I was doing, and exactly how I felt the morning of 9/11. I was 15 years old, and completely terrified. I can't imagine the hurt and the horror those people felt, but every year, I will take the time to remember that feeling, and to appreciate life a little more. My thoughts and prayers, and my deepest sympathies go out to all the families and friends who lost someone that day. To the fire fighters, the paramedics, the police officers, and anyone else who helped in any way, thank you for being so selfless and brave through such a tragic. From everyone up here in Canada, a big Keep Calm and Stay Strong! Proud to be your neighbors! Will never forget…

  • McTex

    #8 Spiderman joined the Coast Guard!
    #14 Colors don't run.
    #20 Hope he has handicap tags.

    • Anomanom

      #20 Has handicap tags because he weighs 350 pounds.

  • Shabooms

    #10 Def had a few gameday beers from that guy!!

    • NOLA


  • Canucks_Rule

    #10 – i WANT this keg.

    chiver or chivette from bc?? join the twitter group that's for you!! –> http://twitter.com/KCCOVancity

  • paulhitchcock

    #1 #35 While thousands of people ran out of the burning towers, the NYPD, FDNY, and other first responders ran *in*. Greater love hath no man than this, that he lay down his life for his friends. God Bless all those who lost their lives that day, especially those first responders who so bravely answered the call.

  • http://infowars.com truthseeker

    9/11 was an inside job. People seem to forget about th trillion dollars of tax payer money unaccounted for by the pentagon on sept 10 or the 600 million made in insurance money by the trade center lease holder. And lest we forget building 7 cia headquarters. were fighting a war against the wrong terrorists. today should not only be a day to remember those who died but also a day to demand the truth and get the real answers . those who died deserve the truth.

    • Shane

      I'm proud to live in a country where it's free to be a coward and an asshole like this guy, even about such a sensitive day. I'm even prouder to live in a country where your nose would be broken before you could finish that sentence if you were out in public today. God Bless America.

      • Matt

        Shane, couldn't agree more. These pussy conspiracy theorists will only spout this bullshit online in the safety of their basement or in a gathering of other assholes. You people are fucking crazy. May as well admit it and commence building your doomsday bunkers.

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  • Billy

    #4 thanks to the RVA firefighters for all your hard work and dedication

    • http://www.facebook.com/eric.davis.94617 Eric Davis

      We climbed 110 in KC on the 9th. Awesome experience!

  • LoveThatChive

    #14, God Bless…USA

  • America

    While I understand what you guys were trying to do with the first photo I find it in poor taste. Not only as a Fireman, not only as a New Yorker, not only as a member of the Military but as an American. I also find it in very poor taste that this has become a political issue here. I will be removing the chive from my favorites now. Now that I see how chivers feel, they feel they can push their political beliefs while others are trying to honor the fallen, my brothers who gave their lives on that day and the days after. It's been fun chive but nonetheless, through little fault of your own and the mass fault of chivers I sad at the lack of respect for those who gave their lives and those who continue to do the same.

    • John


    • NIXem

      listen to this guy^^^^^

  • Wookineck

    Children of the Corn

  • Robert

    #1 #36 thanks to the 343 you guys will never be forgotten

  • SoCalMedic188

    Never Forget.

  • Juschlln

    #4 Way to KCCO and God Bless our Firefighters

    – A fellow Richmonder

  • Guest


    Creatures from the pink lagoon

  • Don Rickles

    I remember when I first saw this pic. Downloaded it and made a wallpaper with the caption:
    "They may take away our lives, but they can never take our freedom!"

    And it was true. They didn't take away our freedom. We gave it away, bit by bit (Patriot Act, TSA, TrapWire, backdoors built into cell phones, etc.) Orwell's "1984" was written as a cautionary tale, but some choose to see it as a "how to" manual.

  • skinger

    #26 #27 So long, and thanks for all the fish, boobs and sex.

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