For many people the week that went by gave nightmares for many others it just took them for a roller coaster ride, then there are those who were no where near the amusement park. I hope you know what I mean. Here are some images that the week left for us to remember in laughs, tears, anger, smiles and disappointment.
Trader Theodore Weisberg smiles ashe works on the floor of the New York Stock Exchange, Thursday, Sept.18, 2008. Wall Street rallied in a stunning late-session turnaroundThursday, shooting higher and hurtling the Dow Jones industrials up410.03, or 3.86 percent following a report that the federal governmentmay create an entity that will take over banks’ bad debt.(AP Photo/Richard Drew)
This fish was among those caughtin a fence by flood waters brought by Hurricane Ike in West Orange,Texas, Tuesday, Sept. 16, 2008.(AP Photo/Eric Gay)
Dancing with leaves : Dancersperform as leaves drop down into the National Stadium, better known asthe Bird’s Nest, at the closing ceremony of the 2008 Beijing ParalympicGames in Beijing.(AFP/Stringer)
An Okapi in the Virunga NationalPark in the Democratic Republic of Congo. The okapi, an African animalso elusive that it was once believed to be a mythical unicorn, has beenphotographed in the wild for the first time, the Zoological Society ofLondon (ZSL) said Thursday.(AFP/HO/Zoological Society Of London)
In this three picture combo,played out on the front walk of an Amish family in Middlefield, Ohio,Wednesday, Sept. 17, 2008, a black cat approaches a resting dog, andthen makes herself quite comfortable with her new-found friend. Familymembers, who preferred not to share their names, said that the dogbelonged to a neighbor, and the feline was one of their many barn cats.(AP Photo/Amy Sancetta)
In this Aug. 12, 2008 file photo,a shopper looks at clothing at a store at a mall in San Jose, Calif.This week’s financial meltdown — from the Chapter 11 bankruptcy filingof Lehman Brothers to the government bailout of one of the world’slargest insurers American International Group Inc. — is furtherrattling Americans just as the retail industry prepares for thecritical holiday season that was already expected to be the weakest inalmost two decades.(AP Photo/Paul Sakuma, file)
CAPTION CORRECTION CHANGINGIDENTIFICATION OF WOMAN TO UNIDENTIFIED – An unidentified woman whosaid she is a Lehman Brothers Holdings Inc employee writes a message ona portrait of Lehman Brothers Chief Executive Dick Fuld in New YorkSeptember 15, 2008. Lehman Brothers Holdings Inc filed for bankruptcyafter trying to finance too many risky assets with too little capital,becoming the largest and highest-profile casualty of the global creditcrisis. Based on assets, Lehman far surpassed WorldCom as the largestU.S. bankruptcy ever. Lehman had assets of $639 billion at the end ofMay, while WorldCom had $107 billion when it filed for bankruptcyprotection in 2002. REUTERS/Joshua Lott
Children play with a sign of Lehman Brothers Holdings at the company’s branch in Tokyo September 16, 2008.(Toru Hanai/Reuters)
A trader relaxes on after the closing bell on the floor of the New York Stock Exchange, September 18, 2008. REUTERS/Brendan McDermid
Traders update prices on the board at Iraq Stock Exchange in Baghdad September 18, 2008. REUTERS/Ceerwan Aziz
People wait to cross a flooded road at Majethi village, west of the western Indian city of Ahmedabad, September 18, 2008. REUTERS/Stringer/india
A full moon rises beside a telecommunication towerduring the fasting month of Ramadan in Tehran September 15, 2008. YouWitness News/Nima AliBeiglou
Performers take part in the “Faces of tigers” streetdance in Thrissur District, Kerala, India September 15, 2008. YouWitness News/Paraly Rajesh
Smokerises from the area around the U.S. embassy in Sanaa September 17,2008. A car bomb set off a series of explosions outside the heavilyfortified U.S. embassy in Yemen on Wednesday and a Yemeni securitysource said at least 16 people, including six attackers, were killed.
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