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    What did you on 9/11?

    Hey guys, I am from Germany and I just watched the movie "Flight 93".
    I remember my feelings on that day. I had a free day and at 15.00 (9.00 New York Time) I watched News on TV. The North Tower of WTC burned and I thaught, it was a little air plane. But when I saw the second plane...and you know what happened. I sat in front of my TV, mouth open and couldnīt believe what I saw. I didnīt think, it was terror, I thaught it was an accident. When we saw the Pentagon. I called my parents and my sister and said only: Watch TV! Now!
    I watched German TV and CNN and they said: Where is Flight 93?
    It was horror, even for us Europeans. I sat 12 hours in front of the TV and I felt very, very sad. And I cried when I saw the Congressmen singing in front of the Capitol.
    One day later I went with my friends to our church - with us 200 or more people- and we pray.
    I will never forget that day, never.
    What did you do on 9/11?
    Greetz Ben

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    Re: What did you on 9/11?

    Hey Ben, I was at the Pentagon in the morning, and then had an appointment at Bolling AFB across the river. I had just arrived and was informed of the NY situation, and then watched as the Pentagon burned. I left maybe 2 hours before. The base was locked down until around 6 pm. The drive home was really strange, no traffic, lots of emergency vehicles, fighter jets overhead...

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    I was teaching a class when the plane that hit the Pentagon flew over our building. We watched the smoke from the Pentagon through our classroom window.

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    I live outside of Philadelphia and I was just entering my senior year of high school. It just so happened that my school district was on strike the first month or so of school, so I actually was at home the morning on 9/11. I woke up to the sound of my twin sister screaming at the television and the phone. My parents were actually in Florida for an extended weekend and were to be returning home Tuesday morning. We had no idea what was going on. Luckily they never boarded a plane and returned home in a few more days. The first few hours before we spoke to them was really scary.

    I do feel really ashamed to say this, but 9/11 was a Tuesday and as most of you know new music comes out on Tuesdays. I actually went out to buy a Mariah Carey CD that day. sorry.
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    On 9/9/01, I participated in an Alternative Transportation bike run - 35 miles through Manhatten, Brooklyn and the Bronx. I remember biking over the Brooklyn Bridge, stopping mid-way to catch the skyline of Downtown Manhatten and how the twin towers soard over the city, so big and proud. The next day, I went to Penn Station because I had to go to Philadelphia for a three day work-related conference. On 9/11, we were all in a seminar when the coordinator came in and informed us that a plane had hit the North Tower. She then put CNN on the big screen TV, where we all watched in horror. I wanted to leave that day, but many of the roads and bridges in and around NY/NJ were close.

    Afterwards, I did alot of volunteer work. I worked in a warehouse providing supplies to the rescue workers. I couldn't believe how thankful they were to us in providing these supplies, when it was us that were so thankful to them!

    The whole thing still invokes strong emotions in me and makes me cry. Luckily, I did not lose anyone in the attack. My heart and prayers are out to all that did.

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    I was in the shower when the first tower was hit and in front of the televison watching CNN when the aircraft struck the second tower. I was at work by the time the Two Towers collapsed. I was at work by the time the Petagon was hit.

    I was also talking on-line to personnel in the New York City FOX News Offices (shared with the New York Post) when they evacuated the building due to an anthrax threat. Personnel in the office opened a letter with what seemed to have anthrax in it.

    Quite scary and quite a trying time in World history when the final chapter is ever penned.

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    At the time I was working very close to the World Trade Center,85 Broad Street in the Financial District. My Company was smart enough to let us out . A few co-workes and I got to the Brooklyn Battery Tunnel and were able to get through to the other side with the help of some great cab drivers before they closed it. I spent the rest of the day at a co-workers in Brooklyn glued to the TV and watch the thick black smoke from his porch. It scared me so much and the lives that were taken still makes me so sad. I love New York City, but working from home in Connecticut is such a comfort.

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    i was in stuttgart, germany that day. just dropped off my boyfriend at the airport and then went down to stuttgart to meet friends to all go to see bjork. we all thought she was going to cancel the show but the show went ahead and bjork dedicated one of the songs (gotham lullaby) to the people 'on a little island west from here'. there was a weird mood throughout the concert.

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    I was actually at the World Trade Center. My cousin worked in the south tower and I was in New York seeing him. He also was taking the day off, but he wanted to show me his office. We hadn't been at the site for two long, he was showing me the courtyard and the marriot that was there. We had just seen the memorial from the 93 attack. We had just went into the the building when we heard a lound explosion and saw stuff falling too the ground. We didn't know exactly what to do, so we hung out in the lobby for a little while. However, not long after that, they announced that tower 2 was secure and that there was no need to evaucate and that everyone should go back to their offices.

    Both my cousin and I got a bad feeling in our stomachs and decided to get the hell out of there. As we were leaving, we started noticing the jumpers and the people that had jumped already. It is definately something I will never forget. But we got away and were about 6-7 blocks from the site when tower 2 was hit. That was a very weird feeling as well, it was almost like time stopped. So, that is basically what I did that day.

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    Thank you all for your memories. I hope more people will tell us their story. That is "living history" (is that the right word?). Again - thank you!

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    My boyfriend and I were living in San Francisco and as usual we were just getting out of bed to go to work. He was in the shower and I rolled over and turned the TV on and caught the Today show as they were announcing that one of the Towers had been hit by a plane. My partner managed a high-end store downtown with alot of employees so when the second plane hit our home and cell phones started to ring with calls from friends and employees, wanting to know what to do. He told everyone to stay home.
    We both got back into bed and watched for hours and cried. He went to work but everything downtown was closed. I was managing a bar in the Castro and went in to clean and open the bar as everyone wanted somewhere to go and just be in a group. That evening there was a candle light vigil which a lot of people attended.
    The next couple of days were very depressing, not knowing who to blame or hate.

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    Re: What did you on 9/11?

    I woke up ill that morning. My stomach was really bothering, but I had a number of tasks to complete at work. One of my student groups had a meeting and I remember having to leave the room at the time the first plane hit. When i came back into the room, everyone was staring at the tv (it had been on, but the sound muted). My students and I ended up spending the rest of the day watching everything unfold and discussing how it would impact our lives -most of my students are illegal immigrants.

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    I turned on the TV to see what was on when I got home from school (grade 10 at the time), just as the second plane hit the south tower. I sat there and whatched for the rest of the day.

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    I helped lead an ad hoc community worhip event that rather spontaneously happened with some little planning by our local clergy, and then organized and led our continuation worship event the following Sunday, and on the first anniversary in 2002. We kept politics out of it totally (no stage for pro Bush rants, nor anti Bush words of wisdom, we banned all political discourse) and centered on grief, comfort, working through fear, and observing God's call for forgiveness and God's call for peace. It worked very well. The community's most Republican pastor and I the most Democratic minister worked very hard to keep it nonpolitical and focused on people and on God's call to us to be peacemakers and forgiving, even in the face of violence. It worked so well we also did a service on the eve of the Bush invasion of Iraq, again not as a partisan support for that nor a rally of opposition (I do that in other places) but a time to reflect of God's abhorance of war and violence and our prayers for the civilians and people of Iraq and the military of the US (including my son the Marine) who would be actors and victims in this war, all of whom who would be deumanized by the explosion and existence of violence.

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