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post #1 of 39 (permalink) Old 09-11-2003, 12:55 PM Thread Starter
 
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9-11... where were you?

wow. it's already been two years since 9-11. the government's so messed up. everything's a damn conspiracy.

2:46 a.m. two years ago... inevitably linked with memories better forgotten. i remember exactly where i was at this time two years ago. has it really been that long?. it's strange how it was so long ago. a place you're glad you visited, but never wanna visit again.

it's amazing how time goes by. how time changes things. how people change. how people can evolve into such different people in three hundred sixty five days. i see myself and those i love change for the better each and every day. and each year, we're no where remotely close to being the same person with the same morals. and it's good.

in the end, it's the people who have seen all your days. and want to see the next. or moreso, have enough balls to stick it through with you.

excuse me... i broke my martini virginity today during lunch... so i'm a tad on the cheezy side...

So... where were you one million, fifty one thousand, two hundred seconds ago?
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Yea, I think that Martini hit the sweet spot girl

I had just started the job I'm doing now. Actually my hire date was 9/9/01, but around then.

I was examining a schematic when I heard the first plane hit.

God bless all the people in the world trade center.

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Well, I guess that martini did you in... The correct amount of seconds in two years is 63,072,000.

I was working at the post office at the time, and I didn't go in until 10:00. I got in my car, turned on the SCORE, just like every morning. But there was something wierd going on. Everyone was somber and they morning guys weren't their usual wacky selves. And about halfway to work was when they had an update. So, I got to work, and we turned on the TV to watch the coverage. WOW... That's all I can say.

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i was sitting a few feet from where i am currently. was driveing into work when the first plane hit watching MSNBC online when the 2nd one hit.

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Doing an annual high rise fire pump GPM test with the inspectors when someone said "did you hear a plane crashed into the twin towers?" obviously i did not and regrettably my first comment was must be foggy and some dumbass flew his weekend toy into it. (small prop plane mind you.) Then when word of the second hit we were suspending the test and the FBI came out and starting emergency building procedures. Immediate Lockdown, No trucks allowed within 300 feet of the building, People on the roof and Big blacked out suburbans blocking the entrances to the building and i had to escort some individuals out of the building and begin EM Lockdowns as well. It was weird how "certain" people just cowered out of the way and "others" took control.

I guess at the time we forgot there was constructioon going on and the contractors were anchoring steel stods to the concrete and using shell shots. (In case you do not know what that is it is basically a .22 caliber gun that shoots nails into concrete. Ram sets.) Well they shot 2 rounds and within seconds the agents busted in to the raw space guns drawn and lets say some people needed new underwear that morning. Poor carpenters.

I still get goose bumps remembering the F-16's flying overhead and no commercial aircraft in sight. Then not even a week later when the 2 F-16's broke the sound barrier over the house chasing in that airliner where the guy stated the pilots were gonna hit the sears tower but he was mental, i knew what that sound was and it brought back some pretty hard memories but atleast i knew it was a "Good" sound and my wife was extremely scared at the noise. Just crying and all. being 6 months pregnant did'nt help either.

Very very sad time in American history.

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was sleeping when the first plane hit, my friend called me when it happened got up and saw the second plane hit. HERE is an awesome thread on CF.
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Was right here, at my desk. When hearing that the first plane had struck, I too thought that it was an errant small aircraft. THEN I went to the Tribune website... work pretty much ended at our offices for the week.

My Mom was in town for a trade show, and was supposed to fly home later that week. After several days, her partner was able to rent a car and they drove it back to Delaware.

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I was here at work when the person in the office next to me said that a plane had hit one of the Twin Towers and the building was on fire. We then walked down to the cafeteria to check out the TV they have there. We got there just in time to see the second plane hit the towers. All I could think of was that I wanted to get home to the kids because I thought this was only the beginning. I guess it was.

As many of you know, my other passion is flying. The impact of this one act of mass murder by Islamic religious fanatics on the Aviation industry is hard for those not connected to it to begin to imagine. Because I'm a flight instructor, I was interviewed by the FBI regarding my students. I've been warned at times that if I violate airspace in this area, I'll be shot out of the sky. This from my own government. Half of my friends that had good jobs with the airlines are out of work. The flight schools are going out of bussiness left and right.

I truly believe that whether people want to believe it or not, this is a war and it's still going full speed ahead.

God speed to all the souls of those heroes lost in this battle against the forces of radical religious beliefs who would murder inocents to attain power and notoriety.

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I was sitting at my desk working on a report when the person that sat on the next cube came and told me, a plane just hit the world trade center. We have TV's in our lunch room so I got up and went to see it on the news when the second plane hit... I actually got to see that live, and I inmediatly thought it was deliberate.

An empty feeling settled into my stomach and I went back to my desk to call my wife. She was awake and in tears from watching the news coverage. I kept on going back to the lunch room and kept on watching the coverate to. When the first tower collapsed I got extremely sad and I felt something that I honestly do not want to ever feel again. A feeling of loss and anger mixed together...

The days that followed were also bad, not seeying planes in the sky gave me an erie feeling. When I saw the first plane in the sky after that I would actually feel fear and think of the posibility of that plane carrying chemical weapons.

Keep in mind I grew up in Colombia, and grew up with terrorism. One of the reasons my family moved to the US was to get away from all that crap. As a kid I was woken up in the middle of the night with a car bomb or some terrorist attack. But not even growing up like that prepared me for 9-11... and it once again made me feel very vulnerable, from living in the US for so long I had developed a feeling of safety that sadly is now lost.

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i had woken up early to pick up the boy at the blue line el stop. (he was returning from a trip to vegas). i started the car and turned on xrt. the dj said that they were getting reports that a plane had hit the WTC, but didn't have any more information.

after collecting the boy, we went back to his place and tuned on the tv to see...well, what everyone else saw. we later found out that his flight was one of the last to land at o'hare that day and that he was actually in the air when the attacks started.

as labdog mentioned, the fact that the skies were dead silent in the days to follow was unnerving. we lived right under a major flight path to o'hare and were used to hearing planes every two minutes.

it had been a long time since i felt as numb as i did that week.

this morning on my way to work, i was listening to the radio as they broadcast the memorial service from NYC. i happened to be on I-90 right next to o'hare when they started the moment of silence. i looked up and saw that an american airlines plane was above my car coming in for a landing. talk about getting choked up...

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yeah i used to do a little flying myself... anyone that knows me WELL knows that i love seeing airplanes in the sky. i used to spend some summer evenings sitting in an empty field watching planes land and take off... i dono.... always amazed me
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I can assume that you didn't write that. 2:46 am? Must of been someone from England maybe? Didn't it happen at like 7:46 or 8:46am our time?

I was driving to work listening to Mancow. I think I was late that day so my recollection of time is bad. He said a plane hit WTC and no one believe him. Then he said... IT'S NOT A JOKE!!! Then the second plane hit. I came in to work and put the TV on, as everyone started to come into the office where the TV was.... we all watched in disbelief and cried.
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I was at Magic Kingdom in Disney World. Didnt find out until 3 hours after the first plane what was happening. They closed the Magic Kingdom, we were wondering why. We got back to our hotel and asked if only Magic Kingdom was closed....the lady replied the whole park was closed....and asked why and she proceeded to tell me.

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I was putting on the same uniform( American Airlines) as the pilots who had just flown in to the first tower. Needless to say when the second plane hit I was in a state of shock. My phone rang all day from family and friends to make sure I was ok. Although it has been two years, I am constantly reminded of the horrible tradgedy of those events. On our way to operations we walk buy a banner with the name of the victims on those flights. Very sobering
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I was in class. It was 9:30, and none us in our rush to get to class had seen the tv or listened to the radio. The prof walked in and said "Habe you guys seen what is going on?" She then proceeded to show us a webpage and some photos. We were all floored. She then said "Oh well, on to more important stuff." God, I still hate that prof.

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I was at home getting ready for work when the coverage started on the first plane.... then watched as the other plane hit. Was at work when the towers started falling.
I flew to Rhode Island for a weekend with my better half almost 10 months later... one thing I wanted to do was take her to NYC so she can experience time square..etc..etc.
We went to ground zero.... Never experienced a feeling like that ever....


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I was standing in my kitchen at the counter top drinking my first cup of coffee. One of the carpenters from Nueman homes was there with me taking out my back door and putting in a new one. I was watching the news and hoping the guy would hury up since I had a meeting to go to in a few hours downtown (a few blocks away formt he sears tower) and I knew traffic was gonna be a bitch. while standing there watching the news they switched to a live shot of what they said was a small plane that had run into the world trade center. Just as I'm taking a sip of my coffee and thinkin "what a dumb ass" I see a huge jet turn sideways and slam into the building. After my contracter heard me say HOLY FUCK!!! he came running over to see what the hell was going on. we watched that together for a while then he buttoned up the project and went home to be with his family. Thankfully my meeting downtown was immediatly cancelled (like I was gonna go anyway at that point) and I spent the rest of the day watching the news, and taking calls from railroad guys saying that work on the rail sections was cancelled and they were all headed back to thier respective states.


I will never forget that morning. Just thinking about it brings back certain emotions. Some that border on rage.

I put that flag up on the home page of this site a day or two later and it will be up there until this is all over. God blees this country and President Bush.




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I was across from Optimus_P at work. That was a strange day. After the first plane hit I fired an email off to a friend in the army in Ft. Knox, KY saying that I didn't think it was terrorism because it was only one plane, but no sooner did I send the email that I heard about the 2nd plane strike, and then I realized it was terrorism after all.
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I put that flag up on the home page of this site a day or two later and it will be up there until this is all over.

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Nice tribute on the home page! We will NEVER forget!!

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I was across from Optimus_P at work. That was a strange day. After the first plane hit I fired an email off to a friend in the army in Ft. Knox, KY saying that I didn't think it was terrorism because it was only one plane, but no sooner did I send the email that I heard about the 2nd plane strike, and then I realized it was terrorism after all.

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I was talking with a friend in NYC. Walt told me that a plane had hit one of the towers, he had heard the new on his office radio. The first thing out of my mouth to him was, "Jesus! How did Air Traffic Control screw up that badly, and didn't the pilot, see the tower?" Then I turned the TV on and watched the second plane hit, my brain just didn't understand it was an attack, I still was thinking, "What the hell is ATC in NYC doing?" Then a friend phoned me in from DC and had just witnessed the plane crashing into the Pentagon. Watching the towers collapse just blew me away.

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I had been on the Metra into downtown...I was walking past Sears Tower at about the exact moment the second plane hit the WTC. I am forever gratefull those bastards didn't get one to Chicago. When I got to the office, everybody asked if I had heard what was going on so we flipped on the TV. I was watching as the towers collapsed.

We opted to stay in the office in case any of our customers needed us. When I left that evening, downtown was empty and there was an extremely eerie silence.

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Oh yeah, my Father's cousin had a meeting at the WTC that day. He parked his car in the basement garage early and then walked back to his office a couple blocks away to get some stuff done before his meeting...at least a car can be replaced.
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Like everyone else I remember exactly where I was when I heard the news. I was just getting to work, and someone in the elevator said they heard a plane had hit one of the world trade center towers. About the time I was getting off the elevator the second plane hit. I remember receiving a call on my Nextel from my boss to immediatly start setting up the command post. For those of you that know where I work you can imagine what things were like for the rest of that week.

The following Tuesday I left Chicago to help support operations in NYC. Getting to see Ground Zero first hand only a week after the attacks is something I will never forget. As any one who was there can tell you the pictures on TV just do not give you a true understanding of the magnitude of the destruction.

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I was at work putting a mold together when an engineer came into the tool room and told us that an airplane hit the WTC. I thought that it must have been because of bad weather or something like that. Then I went into shock when I saw the second plane hit. I also live under a major flight path to and from O'Hare Airport and after all the fights were grounded was the first time I could look up and not see a single plane in the sky (Very strange to see here.). All I could think was shit hit the fan, WW3, Armageddon, JD, now is our time reckoning. Then at about 4:00 P.M. that same day I saw three flight trails moving from west to east and though something else was up. About an hour later there was live footage on the news of the President Bush landing in Air Force one in D.C. That had to be what I saw an hour before hand. This will be a day that no one will forget. I know I never will.
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It kinda old so you guys might have seen this before, but I think its well done. Its a collection of photos made into a flash movie.

http://www.911digitalarchive.org/dig...ed/index1.html
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Just woke up right as teh news reported on the first one. Was out riding in Chicago with a few of the CLSB guys that monday night around downtown. Hey unemployed and nothing better to do. Got home about 4am and woke up at 9 for some odd reason.

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