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ArtBishop | 17.01.2004 11:21 | Bush 2003 | Analysis | London

There were THREE Glicks killed on 911.

Not one ,not two ,but three Glicks.

A mindboggling amazing tragic coincidence.



There were THREE Glicks killed on 911.

Not one ,not two ,but three Glicks.

A mindboggling amazing tragic coincidence.

One of them was 31-year-old Jeremy Glick Superhero of United Airlines Flight 93, by rushing their hijackers before their plane nosedived into a Pennsylvania field—killing all on board,and by thus maybe saved the White House- the middle son of Joan and Lloyd Glick of Hewitt, N.J.


The OTHER GLICK was not as celebrated as the first Glick.You probably would never have heard of him had it not been for the brave heart of his son Jeremy and none other than the epitome of Arrogance second only to Donald Rumsfeld,the vile mean spiritidness and self rightiousness of the Supreme NoSPinhead Himself, Master BILL O'REILLY.

Bless your dear heart Mr. O.

The other Glick was Barry Hugh. Glick of Wayne, N.J.

A Port Authority Manager With Dancing Feet

The dance floor was marked territory for Barry and Judy Glick of Wayne, N.J.

Len Jacob remembered Glick and his wife doing the lindy, after a few swing dance lessons, at his son's wedding reception at a restaurant in Manhattan two years ago while he and his guests enjoyed it passively."He and Judy really conveyed that they were having a wonderful time out there," he said. "And the guests had a wonderful time watching them."Glick would usually be the one to initiate the horah, a religious circle dance, at bar mitzvahs or other Jewish functions, his daughter, Jean Neufeld, said.

"My dad always had a huge smile, and he'd be clapping or dancing," she said. "He wasn't someone who hung back."During his lunch breaks, Glick would seek out strangers and offer them help if he thought they looked lost, his daughter said.

"My father was always interested in helping random people," Neufeld said. "His friends would make fun of him because he would approach tourists that looked lost and ask them if they needed help."A risk manager in the treasury department of the Port Authority, Glick, 55, is presumed dead in the terrorist attacks of Sept. 11. He spoke to his wife that morning after the attacks and told her that he was waiting in his office on the 64th floor of Tower One for the fire department to find him, Neufeld said.Born in 1945 in New Jersey, Glick graduated from Eastside High School in Paterson, N.J., in 1963, and from Randolph- Macon College in Ashland, Va., with a bachelor's degree in political science in 1968. He married a year before and began working in insurance soon after graduation, his daughter said. Academic success was always paramount in the Glick household, Neufeld said. She remembered a daunting assignment in grammar school, procrastinating for as long as she could.

"I was writing this paper, and it just seemed like this humongous thing," she said. "My father kept making me do it. He probably did more of the work than I did so I could finish it on time."Neufeld, whose pregnancy is in its final trimester, is sad that her unborn child will never know her father. "This would have been his first grandchild," she said.

In addition to his wife and daughter, Glick is survived by his mother, Matilda Glick of Delray Beach, Fla., and a son, Jeremy of New Brunswick, N.J.

Barry H Glick was also anti Bush most likely anti zionist and so is his son Jeremy.

Anti Bush is not Anti American and anti zionist is not anti semitic.Barry Glick and his son Jeremy can hardly be called anti semitic.

Barry Glick was Jewish.


And so is his son Jeremy for standing up to the OGRE O'REILLY.

Unsung heros.

O'REILLY: Man, I hope your mom isn't watching this.

GLICK: Well, I hope she is.


"O'REILLY: As respect -- as respect -- in respect for your father, who was a Port Authority worker, a fine American, who got killed unnecessarily by barbarians..."

O'REILLY: You're entitled to it, all right, but you're -- you see, even --I'm sure your beliefs are sincere, but what upsets me is I don't think your father would be approving of this.

GLICK: Well, actually, my father thought that Bush's presidency was illegitimate.

O'REILLY: Maybe he did, but...

GLICK: I also didn't think that Bush...

GLICK: On September 14, do you want to know what I'm doing?

O'REILLY: Shut up! Shut up! O'REILLY: Shut up! Shut up!O'REILLY: Shut up! Shut up!O'REILLY: Shut up! Shut up!O'REILLY: Shut up! Shut up!

The third Glick:

Steven Lawrence Glick, a financial consultant who worked for Credit Suisse-First Boston, was attending a conference at 1 World Trade Center.

He was managing director of CSFBNext in New York City and previously was a partner in Greenwich Associates. He graduated from Northwestern University and earned his master of business administration degree at Harvard University.

In his spare time he enjoyed playing tennis, running, skiing and going to the movies. He and his wife, Mari, have two children.

Steven Lawrence Glick, 42, a managing director at Credit Suisse First Boston, died Tuesday, Sept. 11.He died in the attack on 1 World Trade Center, where he was attending a technology conference on the 106th floor, his family said.

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