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Well, I got up as I did back then, and went down stairs. Katie and Matt were babbling about something, when suddenly I noticed they were talking about 'breaking news' that a plane somehow smashed into one of the twin towers.

At that point, it was seen as some sort of accident. Then...


Well, we all know what happened then.


I sat there all day. Watching. Not quite believing what I was seeing. I got a call.

And another call. Soon, many, many calls, as some of my friends in New York, in those buildings, well, they weren't there anymore.

Then, since I was living near D.C. at the time, more news. A plane had hit the Pentagon.
One of my buddies called, and said, 'see that computer hanging out of the building? That was my office.'

And the last bit of news, hit home the hardest...I lost a very good friend, a musical minster at New Life Christian Church, who was on that plane that hit the Pentagon.

Gone. Just. Like. That.


It's five years later, this Monday, the 11th. Five years.

What is that, 1826 days? And in all that time, I can't say that 9/11 has been on my mind, every day. Other things have come up, and gone down, and then returned.

But one thing is for sure. As I sit down to work on a sermon I have to give, my thoughts wander back to that day, five years ago, and how the world has changed.

Since this is not the political section of the ORG, I'll leave it at that. But the world has changed.


What will you do this Monday? Will you mark the day some way? Will it go on, as if it was any other Monday?

Will it make you cry?


I miss my friend. I miss my buds. I just miss the way the world was.


I have a hard time hating anyone, especially people I don't really know. If I hate anything, it's what the world has become, because of three actions, three very destructive, hateful actions, and I...



I just don't know.
 

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I was sitting at work that morning, listening to Stern. I believe it was Stuttering John who ran into the studio saying a plane just flew into the World Trade Center. They were trying to look out the windows to see what they could see.

They assumed it was an accident, until a few minutes later when someone else ran in saying another plane flew into the other building.

I remember the news sites were impossible to get onto. CNN, Fox News, etc. But the message boards were all operational, and people were sharing what they knew. The Vortex still had it's off topic area back then, and that's where I managed to get most of my info.

We got a TV setup in our conference room, and we all watched. Got it up about 30 minutes before the first building fell.

The whole day, you just had this feeling like this wasn't the end. For days, it was eerie not seeing any planes in the sky. And after they started to let the airlines fly again, it was even more eery to see the occassional plane.

Stern is replaying the original broadcast in full tomorrow. I think they were on the air until about 12:00 - 1:00. I can't remember.
 

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I was sick, in bed, My boss called me, and told me to turn on the tv! I left the tv on all day..

A few hours later my friend Emmy, who works for McCann-Erikson called from New York, and told me he was okay, and the news wasnt showing all of the madness..

I went to the store and bought a few newspapers and threw them in my "history" box.

Hmm.. I dont know what I will do this year, buy a few newspapers for the old history box, wear my I :heart: New York tee-shirt, and think about what we all lost...

I watched dateline the other night, and Diane Sawyer did a excellent job on the mom's and the kids of the dad's who died on 9.11, Im sure that dateline will air a special that night...
 

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I live in NY. About 45 minutes away from the city....not as close as Amy, but close enough.

I'll never forget that day. The way it smelled, the way it looked--the beautiful blue sky and the cotton poof clouds, the way I was afraid to go outside for fear of where the next attack would be.

I live by West Point and that was a HUGE target. I was talking to my boy at the time and they closed all the bridges in the area. I hated that he was on the other side of the river. I hated that so many people I knew were in the city.

I remember calling my best friend to see if her boyfriend's dad was okay. He was a firefighter and responded first. She said that people had seen him and they believed him to be alive.

He never came home. They never found anything of his.

He is just one of the people I knew that never came home.

Living in NY, you can't escape 9/11...even 5 years later. There is always an article on the front page of the paper pertaining to that day. You can't cross a bridge without looking at the skyline and thinking about how the world was changed on September 11th. You can't look at a plane the same way. You go to the city and act like everything is normal, but in the back of your head, is that day.

We held candlelight vigils on the side of the road. We closed our store to light candles and put them around the flagpole. It was a time when all Americans were one group of people. But now, five years later, I feel that has changed as well. We have been lulled into a false sense of security, once again.

If you are going to do anything tomorrow, I ask that you have a moment of silence at the moment when each of those towers fell. Use that moment any way you like.

We must NEVER forget....
 

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My then husband called me at home and said - "turn on the TV - a plane hit the WTC". I was like whhaa?? How can a pilot not see THAT?!?! I was watching when the 2nd plane hit. It was so surreal. I have an aunt in NYC that we didn't hear from for a day and a half. Turned out she was trapped in the subway and there was no cellular service, but it sure was scary until we heard. My dad works for NASA. They had to evacuate their buildings. My brother works at the Atlanta Airport, and I was just terrified that something may happen.

I agree - we can't forget. We can't get complacent. We need to remember and come together as a nation daily the way we did back then.
 

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It was my sophomore year in high school when the planes hit the towers. I was going into Math class to take a test and the there was a sub watching tv. He looked up turned the tv around and we watched the 2nd plane hit the tower :cry:. Needless to say we didnt have the test that day. I will remember 9/11 for the rest of my life. 2 and a half years later I went to NYC and when I saw ground zero I just started crying. I was with my temple class and not many people wanted to go but we did and what was supposed to take 10 minutes took an hour because we all prayed and cried together for the men and women that lost there lives that day.

WE MUST NEVER FORGET
 

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I posted this to the San Francisco Chronicle website one year later. Honestly, what happened to *me* that day is unimportant so I had to dig up the memory elsewhere. Our son was about 21 months old at the time...

Sept. 11, 2001, started out just feeling ... well, off. Perhaps I had a clothing crisis, or our toddler was cranky -- it wasn't a good morning.

I had the radio on the local morning show and was doing work and surfing the Net. I wasn't paying much attention when a caller said a plane had hit one of the towers. The station switched over to a live broadcast feed.

Women at a bulletin board online were posting how they just watched the first plane crash into the towers. It was worse than hearing it on the radio -- these were women I had come to know as friends.

Someone wheeled the big-screen TV into the office spaces. Some watched in horror as the second plane manuvered its way through the skyscrapers and crash into the other tower. Rumors abounded about the White House, the State Department. We were granted early liberty. My husband, after fighting his way through naval-base traffic, picked me up, and we took the long way home. More rumors flew about the area tunnels being closed and under close scrutiny. We went straight to the sitter's house and got our son. He slept as I tried to make sense of what was happening. Friends called, wondering whether my husband would be shipped out to sea. I found solace that evening in "SpongeBob SquarePants" and "Win Ben Stein's Money." I was numb.
The next day was a ghost town. Businesses were closed, commands were shut down. We kept UberBoy home but got antsy after awhile. We hopped in the car and drove down to Old Country Buffet. I think we were the youngest there on a Wednesday afternoon...everyone was elderly.

We went back to work Thursday. All the Coasties were told to wear their civilian clothing in to work. The building went to complete lockdown. Before the floors were open to anyone; to this day we need a swipecard to enter. On Friday our Lt. Commander bought pizza for the branch (about 15 people) and regaled us with funny stories about dressing as a flamingo for H-ween while working at Headquarters in DC. It helped brighten the day.

It's weird to think so much time has passed, how much has changed yet stayed the same...at least here. I know my thoughts would be different if I knew someone or had seen it for my own eyes. I guess I was hit the hardest when I read the first-hand accounts of the Pentagon survivors; some of the dead and wounded were enlisted Naval personnel, just like my husband. That's when it hit me...it could've been Joe.
 

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I had worked all night installing network cables in an old elemetary school and heard about a plane crashing into the world trade center as I drove home. Pretty crazy, but it was news from the local rock radio station and I didn't think much nore about it until I got home, turned on the tv and found how crazy things really were.

Foward to today, when Dick Cheney shows up on MTP to defend the Iraq disaster we have been led into (lied into, IMO), and tried to deny that the administration cherry-picked the intelligence info they needed in order to support the invasion of Iraq, while simultaneously ignoring numerous dissenting opinions and conflicting information.

The number of US servicemen that have died in Iraq exceeds the number of people killed on 9-11. Nearly 20,000 soldiers have been injured. Think of all the people who are affected - the wives, husbands, mothers, fathers and children of all those killed and injured soldiers. We don't even know how many Iraqi people have been killed and injured - they don't rate counting, I guess, even tho many of them are not really much different than you or me - just individuals trying to live the life they were handed.

What a waste and what a tragedy. What a slap in the face to the people of America who want Osama Bin Laden captured! Osama Bin Laden would probably be dead or in jail today if it wasn't for the huge distraction of Iraq, which has absolutely nothing to do with 9-11, as even President Bush himself now admits, thousands of lives and billions of dollars later.

Sorry to get all worked up, how can you not? What a mess. I hope it all turns out to be worth it someday.
 

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I was leaving the house for an early class at 7:15. We watched the news all day and the teachers handed out some homework. My mom was just getting up when her sister called and told her to turn on the TV. My mom watched as the second plane hit the WTC. She thought it was a rerun of the first. My dad was at work in Denver at the airport and of course the whole day was scary and a huge mess for the airlines and the passengers.

Like the Japanese hit us at Pearl Harbor, the Muslim terrorists have awakened a sleeping giant. We have ignored smaller less devastating terror attacks before such as the Pan Am flight, Marine barracks in Lebanon, Oklahoma City(not Muslim related), the first WTC bombing.....and more I can't think of right now. We must do everything to find and kill these people who are so filled with hate they can't think of anything else but killing Americans. Terrorists get NO MERCY -shot on the spot.

I will never forget 9-11-01.

God bless the United States of America!

Cori
 

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