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Sleeping - it was 6 something here.



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I was asleep.

My mom woke me up and i turned on the TV.

My first thoughts were. "Wasn't this an Arnold Schwarzenegger movie?'

Really... call me a globalist but i didn't see it as that big a deal other then our anti-terrorist guys needed to step up their game. Disasters like it happen all the time.

It didn't really change our enemy's. Just brought peoples attention to it.

I'd been predicting for years before 9/11 that we would soon see suicide bombings on US soil as a fairly regular occurrence. Was always my New Years prediction actually.




I was at school reading my science book when my dad called. My mom then brought me into the living room and we watched tv for the rest of the day. I started watching right after the second plane crashed into the tower



I was in the 4th grade and I was at a school when all of sudden one of the teachers came in and said to another teacher a plane crahsed into the twin towers. School was out immediately and by the time i got home, I saw the second plane crash.



TO GOD BE THE GLORY

Sleeping. When I woke up, I saw it on the TV in disbelief. Then I went to my 2nd grade classroom and we talked about it instead of spelling.

I was too young to realize how sad it was, but I did sense emotional distress amongst my elders.



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Kasz216 said:
I was asleep.

My mom woke me up and i turned on the TV.

My first thoughts were. "Wasn't this an Arnold Schwarzenegger movie?'

Really... call me a globalist but i didn't see it as that big a deal other then our anti-terrorist guys needed to step up their game. Disasters like it happen all the time.

It didn't really change our enemy's. Just brought peoples attention to it.

I'd been predicting for years before 9/11 that we would soon see suicide bombings on US soil as a fairly regular occurrence. Was always my New Years prediction actually.


Seconded.



 

 

Was with my grandmother, it was her 59th birthday.

I am originally for New York City, so I took this pretty hard, so much so that I built two 7'11" Lego Twin Towers that still stand today.

I'll have pics soon for you guys to check em out...



                                                                                                                                            

I can understand Bubbles thoughts though. (I am not going to go deep in it because it is an emotion thing to talk about) but the people who died didn't deserved in it;

I was in South of France making my first trip in Europe was kind of schocked and saw that I was not the only one who was schocked but surprisingly also saw people who enjoyed it because USA got punished by their god. It is the day that I started to hate religions.



 

I was at home, watching TV, when my brother (on computer at that time) got a phone call and came over to the TV and turned on CNN. I also saw the second plane hit the WTC.



"And yet, I've realized that maybe living a "decent" life means you won't ever have a "good" life."

 

Being a game website, I'm suprised no-one's said playing games yet, so here goes: We had a half-day at school (in UK), so me and a few friends decided to play PS2 in the afternoon. My mates mum came in and told us a plane had hit the World Trade Centers, but at this point they weren't sure if it was some massive fuck up or an actual attack. We finished our game (can't remember what it was now) and switched to the news where we saw the second plane hit. We watched it for the next 2 hours with mouthes agape going "HOLY SHIT!".