We're Not Afraid, submitted by CNN. Hey look, Internet! It's the newest 15-minutes of fame website to creep up and gain a spotlight from some current event. "We're Not Afraid" was created to show them mean ol' terrorists that people across the globe aren't, well, afraid! Well, at least in theory. In reality, the site is just a horrible car accident of attention whoring, lousy Photoshops, failed attempts at comedy, and other attempts by bandwagoning idiots to parrot out a catchphrase and ride the train all 15 minutes.
Wow! Truly you are not afraid, what with that awesome photo of you and your girlfriend on a boat with your website's URL superimposed over the bottom! That'll show those dastardly terrorists who's boss! You people aren't making a difference, you're just using this website as an excuse to plaster your stupid family photos and spam URLs. You go on my US government "blow up" list, right after the people who listen to rap music.
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