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What were you doing when you found out about the events of 9/11/01? (Edited 09/05/11 02:06PM by SusanVette)
One week from today is the 10th anniversary of an event that stunned the world.  I'd like to know what you were doing when you found out about the attacks on the World Trade Center.  Also, if you have any personal stories related to the events that occurred that day, please share them.

This is not an appropriate place to share your political views or to argue about anything whatsoever, so please don't.

We will never forget.

What were you doing when you found out about the events of 9/11/01? <span style="font-size:12px;">(Edited 09/05/11 02:06PM by SusanVette)</span> Photo
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#7 | 1084 days ago

(Edited by Joe_L)
I was working for AAA as a wrecker driver at the time. I was out on a call assisting the Charleston Fire Department. I had  to stabilize a car that was hanging over a retaining wall so they could safely get the driver out. All I can remember from that day was the feeling that came over me when the tones dropped on their radios. I stood there feeling numb/ weak/ shocked/ confused/ pi**ed as I listened to the message. Don't know of any other time I've ever felt all that at once.


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#1 | 1084 days ago
Christinabelle (+)

It was my second day at my new job.  I had seen someone go get the television and take it into the office, but Ididn't think much of it.  I walked into the office about 30 minutes later, and the back of the television was facing the door.  I peeked around the tv just in time to see the 2nd airplane hit the tower, and I asked the girls what they were doing watching a movie.  I just could not fathom that someone would fly a plane into a building, on purpose or otherwise. 

A friend of mine had moved to New York and was interning at the WTC.  His family came in to visit, and was flying out that Tuesday morning.  He had breakfast with his family, and was on his way to work when the first plane hit.  Because he was late for work, he is alive today.
I was doing this.  
#2 | 1084 days ago

I was sitting watching Good Morning America waiting to leave for work, And it showed the first building had been hit And I watched the Second Plane Crash in to Tower #2, It was more like watching an Action Movie the a News Program, So I spent the rest of the day not knowing what was going on. No TV /Radio's allowed at work
I was doing this.  
#3 | 1084 days ago
Nick__ (+)

I was at work and I always have my radio on, at my desk, as I enjoy listening to music while I work and the DJ came on and mentioned, briefly, what had happened.  I then switched over to the AM radio side and put on one of the News stations.  Pretty much, all work had stopped for a good hour as most of us gathered around and checked the internet for all details!
I was doing this.  
#4 | 1084 days ago

I was gonna comment, but now I don't want to.  Maybe later.
#5 | 1084 days ago

I was sleeping and I woke up to watch some TV and it was all over the news stations and I couldn't believe it!!! Sad day indeed
#6 | 1084 days ago
John_Daly (+)

I was working at Target at the time. The store was being remodeled so I was doing 10 pm-6am security shifts for awhile. My mom called me at about 5:50 am and told he what had happened. I got home about 6:20 and watch the second plane hit the towers. To this day I still remember telling my dad "I wonder if they are going to be able to get those fires out somehow."  And he said "both of them are going to collapse"  And I remember thinkng that was a dumb thing to say, ofcourse they wernt going to collapse, its the Twin Towers.  And then they did.

The images that will stay with me most, was watching the people jump to thier deaths, knowing that there was no way they were going to get out of those buildings, and having to make that decision to jump from an 80 story window. Unbelievable.
#7 | 1084 days ago

(Edited by Joe_L)
I was working for AAA as a wrecker driver at the time. I was out on a call assisting the Charleston Fire Department. I had  to stabilize a car that was hanging over a retaining wall so they could safely get the driver out. All I can remember from that day was the feeling that came over me when the tones dropped on their radios. I stood there feeling numb/ weak/ shocked/ confused/ pi**ed as I listened to the message. Don't know of any other time I've ever felt all that at once.


I was doing this.  
#8 | 1084 days ago

I was in the bedroom laying our mine and my hubby's clothes to wear to his neice's funeral that afternoon when he called me to the den.  My mouth dropped open and i sat down.  I too felt so many different emotions that day the first being unbelief and the erie silence that followed when there were no airplanes in the skys.  Sad day for America.
I was doing this.  
#9 | 1084 days ago

i was down in ann arbor (Before i moved there) for my grandmothers funeral. her funeral was on the 10th and we where leaving to go home on the 11th. i was waiting for my mom to get ready to check out of the hotel. i remember sitting on the bed looking for something to watch on tv (I think i was looking for cartoons) and all they had on tv was the WTC coverage. for the life of me i coudlnt' figure out what had happened or what was going on. i remember worrying about my family who had already left and where on airplaines. luckily most where landed safely for a layover. one of my cousins got stuck in canada because the plane got diverted. luckily i knew noone in the towers i guess you could say i was one of the lucky ones. i can't imagine how the families of the victims feel and i'm not going to try and act like i do. i hope that if someone out here on the Q knows someone or has had a family member die on 9/11/01 i want you to know i am praying and thinking about you. =)
I was doing this.  
#10 | 1084 days ago
click66441 (+)

I was headed back to Base, but the Military Police blocked everything off and it took
me forever to get back on Base. "I will never forget".
#11 | 1084 days ago

(Edited by Sharp Square)


Was sitting outside reading the newspaper/horse racing form and having a cigar at a little local card playing/social club  when the news began to come on the TV and someone came outside to let us know what was happening and everyone gathered around the TV to watch.

I remember first thing i thought about once we knew it was a terrorist attack was  "F##king Cowards"  don't have the balls to go to war like men they have to revert to a sneak attack from behind like a b!tch and kill innocent people who did them nothing. Still makes me sick to think about it


I was doing this.  
#12 | 1084 days ago

I was on my way to work when the news broke on the first plane. I remember the whole day like it was yesterday. My father at the time had meetings in there all the time, he actually was supposed to be there on the 12th (Wednesday). I also remember not being able to reach my dad at work or my mom at home for most of the day. I was numb. Then angry, later that night, when i found out my best bud in HS cousin (Meredith) was in the building.

I have the e-mails from that day:

-We Still haven't heard from her. What about your Dad? How's your Mom holding up? Call me...- 


Still makes me angry, probably the wrong feeling, but I can't help it.
I was doing this.  
#13 | 1084 days ago

holding spot for later

I was doing this.  
#14 | 1084 days ago

I was living in northern Idaho which is on Pacific time, so it was REALLY early when it actually happened. I was still asleep.

I got up and got ready for work just like any other day, didn't turn the television on. I walked to work and everyone in the building just seemed to be in shock. Every other day, the dealership was abuzz with activity, salesmen and finance officers running around like crazy, even early. That day it was surreal. Everyone was at their desks, on their computers, on their phones, hushed tones all around. I got up to my office and asked one of the ladies I worked with what was going on and she had something up on her computer, streaming the news about it...I immediately called my parents (I don't know what possessed me to do that, I guess I just wanted to talk to someone I was emotionally close to).
I was doing this.  
#15 | 1084 days ago

I was in 8th grade... 1st hr English class getting ready to head to 2nd hr history class.
I was doing this.  
#16 | 1084 days ago

Christinabelle wrote:
It was my second day at my new job.  I had seen someone go get the television and take it into the office, but Ididn't think much of it.  I walked into the office about 30 minutes later, and the back of the television was facing the door.  I peeked around the tv just in time to see the 2nd airplane hit the tower, and I asked the girls what they were doing watching a movie.  I just could not fathom that someone would fly a plane into a building, on purpose or otherwise. 

A friend of mine had moved to New York and was interning at the WTC.  His family came in to visit, and was flying out that Tuesday morning.  He had breakfast with his family, and was on his way to work when the first plane hit.  Because he was late for work, he is alive today.
Same thing with my moms nephew.. he had a meeting up on like the 90 something floor.. he was running 10 min late, just as he was walking to the door.. he looked up and saw the plane hit..hes alive today because his daughter hid his car keys.
I was doing this.  
#17 | 1084 days ago

(Edited by kteacher)
It was my first year teaching.....second day of the new school year.  I was still lying in my bed, my radio already having gone off, when the entertainment guy (Ralph Garmon) broke the news of the first plane. A couple minutes later I got a call from my dad, telling me to turn on the television and that "We were being attacked."

 I saw the second plane hit. Next I got a call from my school district --------------they were cancelling all substitutes. The teachers' in-service was cancelled. We were to report to our classrooms. For the rest of the day, everyone (teachers, parents, students) were glued to any glimpse of a tv or report from a radio they could get. My school had a record number of children absent that day. My principal made plans for an assembly the next day. She barely got through it. Her sister lived in NY and she had yet to hear from her. (She was OK.) I remember going to the bank the next day, and thinking how quiet it was. No one was out. Schools, the ports, federal buildings, ect...were all on alert. 
I was doing this.  
#18 | 1084 days ago

I was in my junior year of high school, and didn't know anything about what had happened until right before lunch, which was early about 10:30 in the morning.  A girl came into homeroom and said "did you guys hear about the plane crashes?"  I said to my friends "what does she mean plane crasheS, plural?"  They said one had crashed in Somerset (which supposedly flew right over downtown Pittsburgh with the F-16 following it), and my homeroom teacher, who was just a few weeks away from having her baby, sat down at the computer and brought up CNN.com.  We all gathered around her and gasped at the still picture of the North Tower engulfed in flames and the second plane hitting the South Tower.  When people at lunch said the buildings fell, I thought they just meant the top had caved in or fallen off, like the top 10 floors or something.  Parents started coming to get their kids after lunch, my mom included.  That's when I was called out of health class to my counselor's office since she was on her way and he had the TV on in his office, and only then, about 1:00 or so, is when I finally saw the film of the buildings collapsing.
I was doing this.  
#19 | 1083 days ago

Jess wrote:
I was living in northern Idaho which is on Pacific time, so it was REALLY early when it actually happened. I was still asleep.

I got up and got ready for work just like any other day, didn't turn the television on. I walked to work and everyone in the building just seemed to be in shock. Every other day, the dealership was abuzz with activity, salesmen and finance officers running around like crazy, even early. That day it was surreal. Everyone was at their desks, on their computers, on their phones, hushed tones all around. I got up to my office and asked one of the ladies I worked with what was going on and she had something up on her computer, streaming the news about it...I immediately called my parents (I don't know what possessed me to do that, I guess I just wanted to talk to someone I was emotionally close to).
I was in Darwin Australia...on a West Pac with the USMC....shortly thereafter off to the "Stan"
#20 | 1083 days ago

It was my first day back to work after my daughter had been born (sept. 8). It was supposed to be a happy day, with me showing off pics of my first born child. They changed drastically a few hours later. I remember thinking it was just an accident...until the second one hit. The rest of the day everyone was just solic.

The next day, I had my back ground interview done while applying for a fedral law enforcement job. Now, just about all the training we get starts out with a tribute to those lost on 9/11, and reminder what our primary mission is.
I was doing this.  
#21 | 1083 days ago

I was getting ready for work that morning.  I came out of the shower and turned on CNBC (as I did every morning then) and Mark Haines said that a "small plane" crashed into the North Tower.  I yelled downstairs to my wife to turn on CNBC (she was watching the original "IN-Laws").  The shot from CNBC was 180 degrees from where the 2nd plane hit, so when it did, I told my wife "It's a bomb".  I remember hugging the kids that night, holding them close.  They were 11 and 9 at the time.

I lost a high school friend that date.  His wife has written several books..."A Tempered Faith" by Jennifer Sands...I've read it 3 times, and each time I read it straight through without putting it down.  My niece's husband was on the 24th floor of the South tower-he started evacuating, they told him it was "all clear", he went back up two flights, then said "No way!" He went downstairs, disobeyed a security guard/cop, and got out.  He still has his dust covered suit.

The next day, the sky was as blue, the air as crisp as the 11th....except that I could smell the buildings (I'm 60 miles south of NYC). 

WE WILL NEVER FORGET!
I was doing this.  
#22 | 1083 days ago

 I was at work planning my jobs for the day and listening to "Dee Snider" on the radio. He said a small plane had just hit the World Trade Center. From that point on it got pretty surreal.
I was doing this.  
#23 | 1083 days ago

working.  then one of our guys started talking about it.  flipped on a t.v. to find out what was going on.  kept it on all day, had a large crowd of customers watching for hours at a time.
I was doing this.  
#24 | 1083 days ago

I was just starting high school. I was in my health class and the teacher mentioned it. Then next period in English class you watched it on tv.
#25 | 1083 days ago

I was sitting in the Security office at Lockheed Martin, putting the finishing touches on my security clearance paperwork.

Working for one of the world's largest defense contractors...
I was doing this.  
#26 | 1083 days ago

I was too young to understand what was happening and I don't remember when I was first told...  I don't think I really got how bad it was.
#27 | 1083 days ago

I  was  standing  with  my  5-year  old  son  waiting  for  his  bus  to  kindergarten.  My  neighbor  yelled  out  that  a  plane  went  into  the  World  Trade  Center.  We  didn't  know  it  was  intentional  at  the  time.   I remember  thinking  it  had  to  be  some  kind  of  pilot  error, then   I  put  the  TV  on  for coverage,  and  saw  the  second  plane  hit  the  other  tower.  There  was  also  Shanksville.   It  was  like  the  beginning  of  the  biggest  nightmare  come  true.  School  was  automatically  on  lockdown  that day,  because  they  weren't  sure  what  exactly  was  going  on  outside  and  wanted  to  keep  children  the  safest.     I remember  seeing  the  huge  plume  of  smoke  and  dust  that  you'd  see   each  day, for months,   from  " the  pile"  that  used  to  be  the  once  glorious  Trade  Center,  and  knowing  how  first  responders  risked  their  lives  going  up  the  stairwell  as  people  were  coming  down,  because  that  was  their  jobs.  They  just  didn't  know  what  their  fate  would  be.  God    Bless  and  keep  them  all.  A lot  of  them  were  never  found.      
#28 | 1083 days ago

John_Daly wrote:
I was working at Target at the time. The store was being remodeled so I was doing 10 pm-6am security shifts for awhile. My mom called me at about 5:50 am and told he what had happened. I got home about 6:20 and watch the second plane hit the towers. To this day I still remember telling my dad "I wonder if they are going to be able to get those fires out somehow."  And he said "both of them are going to collapse"  And I remember thinkng that was a dumb thing to say, ofcourse they wernt going to collapse, its the Twin Towers.  And then they did.

The images that will stay with me most, was watching the people jump to thier deaths, knowing that there was no way they were going to get out of those buildings, and having to make that decision to jump from an 80 story window. Unbelievable.
My wife and I had just gotten married and we were living in Corpus Christi from Houston. I was at home. It was a Tuesday morning. We got a call from my Mother-in-Law to catch the news. We were locked on CNN the rest of the day.
P.S. Ididn't mean to PQ you Rogs...
#29 | 1083 days ago

 I was actually in elementary school at the time. I had school that day, but the school was closed early out of fear of attacks and the parent check-out line practically wrapped around the front of the school. I had no idea what to make of the situation since I was a little child, but when I got home and saw the towers fall on television I knew something was wrong. When I look back, I realized the severity of the tragedy that I was too young to comprehend, and I have never forgotten what happened. 
#30 | 1083 days ago

 I live on the West Coast, so when my radio came on as my alarm at 6:45am, the announcers were just saying: "Okay, there is something really strange coming across our news wire and we don't understand it, but it sounds real, so we'll just let you listen to what we are hearing."  I heard the announcement that a small plane had hit one of the WTC Towers.  My cousin works in one of the towers, so I flew out of bed to turn on the tv.  The TV station was more ahead of the story than the radio, but there was still confusion.  I jumped into the shower and out in record time, then returned to TV.  

By the time I got to work at the lawyers' office, a TV had been set up in the conference room so we could follow the story as it unfolded.  Not much work at all was done that day, only the deadline stuff.  At one point, someone said that we could be at risk if there were multiple targets, because of the huge oil and gas drilling efforts in our area, but that was quickly dismissed.  

My cousin's office was, of course, destroyed.  He is still alive today because he was in San Francisco with his mom at the time.  They were there a week earlier than planned, due to renovations at her home.  The contractor had moved her up a week.  My dad's best friend had just returned from New York a couple of days earlier, with pictures of he and his sons taken at the WTC on their last day in NY.  They, too, were supposed to be there on September 11th, but returned early because of health issues.

Oddly, I don't personally know anyone who was killed in the terrorist attack, but I know four who should have been there, but weren't.
I was doing this.  
#31 | 1083 days ago

I was getting my kids ready for school, after I dropped them off i came home and my wife had the news on and was crying. What a sad day.
I was doing this.  
#32 | 1082 days ago

Was working 3 blocks  away on Wall Street for MCI and was about to attend a sales meeting when saw over the ticker tape in our office a plane has flew into  the WTC, me working as a young adult in the restaurant Windows On The World knew that area is NO FLY ZONE and military instincts kicked in,,,warned everyone in my office we are under attack and left the premises. As I was stepping  across the foot of the Brooklyn Bridge I looked back and saw the first building crumbling down with tears in my eyes. Lost good friends and a very dear cousin that day

GARY MASON - 2/27/61 - 9/11/01 - RIP

THE STAFF OF CANTOR FITZGERALD - RIP!!!!!!!
I was doing this.  
#33 | 1082 days ago
NorseHeathen (+)

Watching the news as it unfolded........

I can still feel the knots in my stomach as the images were re-played, and seeing the second airliner penetrate the tower.
#34 | 1082 days ago

I was watching TV at the time and they just stopped the show with BREAKING NEWS. It was bad, never to be forgotten
I am not participating in this poll.  
#35 | 1082 days ago

Was sitting in class waiting for the professor to arrive when another student came in and announced the WTC had been hit.  At first, we all figured it was a huge accident, probably a private plane.  However, when the prof came out and announced class was cancelled, we knew something tragic had happened.  I raced home and my roommates and I watched the news unfold for the next few days.  To say we were pissed off would be an understatement.  Hope we never have to endure something like that on our soil again. 
#36 | 1082 days ago

NorseHeathen wrote:
Watching the news as it unfolded........

I can still feel the knots in my stomach as the images were re-played, and seeing the second airliner penetrate the tower.
OMG..im so sorry..i didnt mean to PQ you...facepalm.
#37 | 1082 days ago
NorseHeathen (+)

NorseHeathen wrote:
Watching the news as it unfolded........

I can still feel the knots in my stomach as the images were re-played, and seeing the second airliner penetrate the tower.
No worries, even though it´s Tuesday, it feels like a Monday.....LOL!
#38 | 1082 days ago

I'm pq'ing people for no reason...you're talking to yourself...filter is on time today...jesus...i should just go back to bed.
#39 | 1082 days ago
BDV4U (+)

I was just pulling into the parking lot at work when they were talking about "some idiot had just flown a plane into one of the towers" on the Bob & Tom Show on the radio. Little did anyone know at the time the magnitude of what really happen, or what was to come! Our receptionist had WLW, the local news radio station, on and was listening to the reports coming in. When the 2nd plane hit, she left to go down the street to the local K-Mart and buy a small TV set, so we could watch what in the world was happening!

Needless to say, work came to a halt as we watched in horror the events of that morning. Then, we had the local idiots gouging gas prices up to over $5/gallon, runs on grocery stores, isolated looting, etc. Thankfully, cooler heads prevailed before it got too out of hand, but those of us with children were still terrified about being separated from our families. We made it through the day and all the days that came after it.

Looking back, it still seems like a bad dream. But for a small part, it did bring the country back together and made us one nation. Too bad Congress and others in charge lost focus on that!
I was doing this.  
#40 | 1081 days ago

I was on active duty and at work.  We caught the first of the news casts and then they evacuated the buildings and we had to stand around ourside and wonder what the heck was going on.  People were on phones and telling stories and it was just UnFreakinBeleivable!
#41 | 1081 days ago

I was at work that day driving a forklift and putting away material when my boss came by and told me that a plane  had crashed into one of the Twin Towers, at the time we thought there must have been a mechanical problem. I had finished putting away the last of the material when one of the guys that brung material to me dropped off a load and told me that planes were going down all over the place. We practically raced back to the front office and i found out that both towers had been hit, the Pentagon and Flt 93 had gone down in PA.  I was shocked then pi**ed at what had happend. It was definately an emotion filled day as sadness hit when news that the towers had collapsed, all I could do was hope and pray that as many people as possible got out before they collapsed

#42 | 1077 days ago

I was living in San Diego at the time and I was headed to the airport to catch my flight @ 0700 to pick up my son in NC, then to NY to spend the week with family and friends, attending my best friends wedding. I was listening to Howard Stern and on the West coast at 0600 the rebroadcast  from the beginging so I change the station to talk radio and heard a plane had hit the tower. The only that came to mind was the Twin Towers, but say that is crazy, no way that happen. Then it came over hte second tower was hit, I stopped at a deli right down the road from the airport and had the owner turn to the news and saw what was going on. Then race down to the airport to get on my plane not even thinking that all the airliners were grounded. The lady at the airport told me that I was not going to be able to leave nor did she know when I could get another flight, I kepted on asking when can I get one, I have to get back to NY. It took days for  me to get word that my family and friends were all right. finally catching a flight the following week on Thursday. .
I was doing this.  
#43 | 1077 days ago

(Edited by kantwistaye)
 I was in the 8th grade.  I was in private school, getting ready to be confirmed so my 1st hour class was Catechism taught by my pastor.  My actual 8th grade teacher walked in half way through saying the WTC had been hit by a plane.  I figured it was a small private plane.. something tragic but nothing huge.  When class ended my teacher rolled in a television.  I soon realized that something huge had happened.  Shortly after the second tower collapsed.  I remember, despite living in small town Wisconsin, being terrified.

For my generation, its hard to remember life before 9/11.  Ever since, for much of what we remember, its been terrorism as our main concern.  That wasn't so for previous generations.  Its something we have to live with forever, even if we tend to over-dramatize it to an extent.
#44 | 1077 days ago
Christinabelle (+)

Hearing the names of the people who perished that day has always teared me up.  This morning, as I listen to children read names, I'm especially moved that some of these children will never know the parent that they lost. 
I was doing this.  
#45 | 1077 days ago

a big  "SHAME ON YOU"  to HLN  newscast this morning. i was watching the 10th anniversary of 911.  in so far as we get UNINTERRUPTED or VERY LIMITED breaks in  coverage of recent weather events.... i find it grossly offensive that during the national anthem and the presentation of the colors that HLN felt the need to break to a commercial before completion.   upon returning to the coverage we heard that the first ceremony was about to begin.  excuse me,  but  raising the American flag and playing the anthem  IS a ceremony that should command enough respect to not be interrupted.   i'm sure that during the football games today the networks will not pander to a sponsor by rushing to a commercial during it.    just my 2 cents worth here. but i think it sucked that during a broadcast commemorating such a ghastly event, you would gloss over our flag being raised at the site.  shame on you.
I was doing this.  
#46 | 1077 days ago
Christinabelle (+)

WISAC1 wrote:
a big  "SHAME ON YOU"  to HLN  newscast this morning. i was watching the 10th anniversary of 911.  in so far as we get UNINTERRUPTED or VERY LIMITED breaks in  coverage of recent weather events.... i find it grossly offensive that during the national anthem and the presentation of the colors that HLN felt the need to break to a commercial before completion.   upon returning to the coverage we heard that the first ceremony was about to begin.  excuse me,  but  raising the American flag and playing the anthem  IS a ceremony that should command enough respect to not be interrupted.   i'm sure that during the football games today the networks will not pander to a sponsor by rushing to a commercial during it.    just my 2 cents worth here. but i think it sucked that during a broadcast commemorating such a ghastly event, you would gloss over our flag being raised at the site.  shame on you.
Agreed.
I was doing this.  
#47 | 1077 days ago

I had to turn off the reading of the names because of the tears that kept welling up.  I feel madder today at the terrorists than I did back then....WE WILL NEVER FORGET!!!
I was doing this.  
#48 | 1077 days ago

Drum Corp 9-11 tribute.  
www.dci.org/news/view.cfm

#49 | 1077 days ago

WOW.

I think its safe to say most of you are familiar with my political views, and I refuse to trash up this poll with that type of diatribe.  However, I gotta say that I watched Bidens speech this morning and that F'er made me cry.
#50 | 1077 days ago

Cactus_Jack wrote:
WOW.

I think its safe to say most of you are familiar with my political views, and I refuse to trash up this poll with that type of diatribe.  However, I gotta say that I watched Bidens speech this morning and that F'er made me cry.
www.youtube.com/watch
#51 | 1077 days ago

 i was 11  years old and i cant forget that day when that tragic incidence happnd...........i still remember i was with my frnds playig... around 8 pm when the news came from my father abt the attacks...all of us suddenly rushed to the news channel to know more abt it.........it was so horrifyng and unreal to watch those attacks on tv news.......i cant forget that
I was doing this.  
#52 | 1077 days ago

I had been getting ready to leave for work, was frustrated, as I had dropped our sugar container onto the floor as I was making my coffee.  My wife had just arrived home from an overnight shift saying something about planes dropping from the sky, hearing about it on the radio.

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