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FReepers | Sept 11 2005 | All of us

Posted on 09/11/2005 5:37:05 AM PDT by Dog

This will be an open thread ...please use it to post your memories of that horrible day...Sept 11 2001.

We must never forget!


TOPICS: Extended News; Front Page News; News/Current Events; War on Terror
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1 posted on 09/11/2005 5:37:05 AM PDT by Dog
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To: Dog Gone; Timeout; kellynla; Miss Marple; Howlin; Mo1; Molly Pitcher; Coop; Cap Huff; oceanview
Please ping your lists if you have any.

Never Forget!

2 posted on 09/11/2005 5:38:29 AM PDT by Dog ( We haven't forgotten you Commander Michael Speicher)
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To: Dog; All
Where It's 9-11 All the Time...

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3 posted on 09/11/2005 5:38:38 AM PDT by backhoe
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To: backhoe
In rough numbers since the first plane hit tower number 1 ....5,000 Al Qaeda members have been killed of captured....and we are taking it to them worldwide.

Hey Osama how is that cave.

4 posted on 09/11/2005 5:41:07 AM PDT by Dog ( We haven't forgotten you Commander Michael Speicher)
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To: Dog
Click Here To View 9/11/2001 The News As It Happened
5 posted on 09/11/2005 5:41:31 AM PDT by Dallas59 (“You love life, while we love death.” - Al-Qaeda / Democratic Party)
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To: Dog
A "Moment of Silence" is coming-up at the White House in a few minutes.
6 posted on 09/11/2005 5:42:59 AM PDT by DoctorMichael (The Fourth-Estate is a Fifth-Column!)
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To: DoctorMichael

Never forget.


7 posted on 09/11/2005 5:44:14 AM PDT by Dog ( We haven't forgotten you Commander Michael Speicher)
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To: Dog

My daughter, who was to have celebrated her 16th birthday that evening, spent the day in school comforting kids even more upset.


8 posted on 09/11/2005 5:44:32 AM PDT by Vigilanteman (crime would drop like a sprung trapdoor if we brought back good old-fashioned hangings)
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Eternal rest grant unto them oh Lord, and let perpetual light shine upon them, may they rest in peace

Amen




9 posted on 09/11/2005 5:45:24 AM PDT by tiredoflaundry (Tampa Bay, Home of the Stanley Cup Champions The Tampa Bay Lightning!)
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To: Dog

According to my pc clock, it's now 8:46. I was walking on Church St. that day, heard the first plane hit the north tower right before me. Thus began my 9-11 experience.


10 posted on 09/11/2005 5:46:39 AM PDT by Huck (Looting makes GREAT television.)
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To: Dallas59
NBC Today Show/CBS 9/11/2001 8:30AM
11 posted on 09/11/2005 5:48:07 AM PDT by Dallas59 (“You love life, while we love death.” - Al-Qaeda / Democratic Party)
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To: Huck

Sorry, meant to say right behind me. Sounded like a missile. I watched the south tower fall with my own eyes. heard it crumble. heard the screams of women and men. evacuated to brooklyn. made it back into manhattan, hopped a train to jersey. hiked across newark. hopped a train home to the burbs. was back at work in lower Manhattan the following monday.


12 posted on 09/11/2005 5:48:55 AM PDT by Huck (Looting makes GREAT television.)
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To: Huck

I was in an offsite company meeting being told that our company had been bought by another energy company. We got back to our offices and turned on a television just before the towers collapsed.


13 posted on 09/11/2005 5:49:04 AM PDT by kjam22
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To: Dog
My words could never describe, adequately, what I saw...what I felt.

Never forget.

14 posted on 09/11/2005 5:49:40 AM PDT by lysie
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To: Dog

Just watched the recap/special on Fox, and, damn, all of that rage came flooding back.

Never forgive - never forget.


15 posted on 09/11/2005 5:50:15 AM PDT by Uncle Ike (Place not your faith in governments or the artifices of man)
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To: Dog

The stupidity of the newscasters,
the horror as the buildings fell
the ash
the grief of children looking for a father
who was pulverized, never to be seen again,
the ash
the fear,
the sadness.


16 posted on 09/11/2005 5:51:26 AM PDT by Knitting A Conundrum (Act Justly, Love Mercy, and Walk Humbly With God Micah 6:8)
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To: Dog; Huck

Never forget. Wow.


17 posted on 09/11/2005 5:52:37 AM PDT by PGalt
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To: Dog

We must never forget!


18 posted on 09/11/2005 5:53:09 AM PDT by Gabz ((Chincoteague, VA) USSG Warning: portable sewing machines cause broken ankles)
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To: Dog

Never forgive...Never forget!

19 posted on 09/11/2005 5:55:42 AM PDT by afnamvet
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To: Dog
This link works

NBC Today Show/CBS 8:30 AM Tuesday September 11, 2001
20 posted on 09/11/2005 5:56:22 AM PDT by Dallas59 (“You love life, while we love death.” - Al-Qaeda / Democratic Party)
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To: Dallas59
Fixed link:

NBC Today Show/CBS 9/11/2001 8:30AM

21 posted on 09/11/2005 5:56:26 AM PDT by backhoe
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To: Dog
 
Absolutely insulting! What will you do about it???
 
Final Design Announced
The design for the permanent Memorial for Flight 93 was announced on September 7, 2005 amid overwhelming support . .

So the mark of the Jihadists will forever emblazon our landscape. Is it time to cry for America yet...???????????? This design seems to be a fitting memorial for the Muslims who died aboard Flt 93. The hijackers whose ashes are fused into the shale with those of their victims, of all the shapes, in all of geometry, they pick the symbol of Muslim power, THE CRESCENT!!!

Why not a monument of the passengers beating the crap out of the hijackers?
 
"When it comes to a memorial, all mankind sympathizes," he said." The idea of the Crescent of Embrace, Murdoch said, is to be a gesture of healing and bonding.
 
Muslims didn't/don't sympathize - THEY consider this to have been a great victory!

This is like making a holocaust memorial in the shape of a swastika. Absolutely disgusting. I think is a slap in the face of every solider that is fighting terrorism now. And a shameful way to honor those that have died in this fight.

Recognize it for what it is....

A commemoration for those who bravely died in their fight to expand islam!

Fouad El Bayly, leader of the Islamic Center of Johnstown, said the crescent isn't a holy symbol, but one identified with the lunar Muslim calendar.

http://www.flight93memorialproject.org
This atrocity was commissioned by the National Park Service Memorial Project under the direction of Ms Joanne Hanley.

Comments and Suggestions are encouraged.

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Joanne_Hanley@nps.gov

By Phone
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Do let the National Park Service and you representatives know of your opinions.

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Just ask to be connected to your Senators and Congressman.


22 posted on 09/11/2005 5:56:55 AM PDT by Wolverine (A Concerned Citizen)
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To: Dog
On the 9/11 Digital Archive web site, the Video excerpts related to 9/11 page has a very moving "Thank You To Our Heros" movie. It is the second video down ~

September 11 Hero Tribute [video, Paul Michael Gordon, 2001, 2:41 minutes] Three weeks after the attack, Paul Michael Gordon--a twenty year old from Seattle - returned with his mother to her childhood neighborhood near the World Trade Center site. Moved by what he witnessed, Paul produced and directed this short video tribute to those he says are the "true heroes of our society." It has been nominated for a local Emmy Award.

23 posted on 09/11/2005 5:57:01 AM PDT by Zacs Mom (Proud wife of a Marine! ... and purveyor of "rampant, unedited dialogue")
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To: Dog; All

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NEVER FORGET


'The Man Who Predicted 9/11 - RICK RESCORLA'


The History Channel TV Special

Sunday night, 9/11/05

5 pm & 9 pm Pacific Time


...just for the LOVE of it:

http://www.RickRescorla.com

http://www.strategyzoneonline.com/forums/showthread.php?t=24361


NEVER FORGET

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24 posted on 09/11/2005 5:57:21 AM PDT by ALOHA RONNIE ("ALOHA RONNIE" Guyer/Veteran-"WE WERE SOLDIERS" Battle of IA DRANG-1965 http://www.lzxray.com)
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To: backhoe
This day changed me from being a moderate lib to doing what's right. I have never been so angry.
25 posted on 09/11/2005 6:00:26 AM PDT by Dallas59 (“You love life, while we love death.” - Al-Qaeda / Democratic Party)
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To: Dog
I was on my way out the door to go to Seattle when the first plane hit. I called my dad and we sat on the phone and watched the live pictures in disbelief. As soon as the second plane hit, of course we wondered... Are there any more?

Exhibit 13... BlueManGroup 9/11 tribute

26 posted on 09/11/2005 6:02:43 AM PDT by HairOfTheDog (Join the Hobbit Hole Troop Support - http://freeper.the-hobbit-hole.net/)
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To: Dog

our generation's Pearl Harbor.

We will NEVER forget


27 posted on 09/11/2005 6:07:14 AM PDT by Iowa Granny (Feeling BLESSED to live in Tornado Alley)
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To: Dallas59
This day changed me from being a moderate lib to doing what's right. I have never been so angry.

You're not alone- I suspect it helped nudge my nominally Democrat wife over to the right.

28 posted on 09/11/2005 6:07:17 AM PDT by backhoe
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To: Dog
I just heard a woman on Fox say "For us, every day is September 12th." Me, too.
29 posted on 09/11/2005 6:07:37 AM PDT by manwiththehands
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To: Dog

(My posting on another thread)

I was recently at ground zero. The only thing there was a little booth which was closed because it was Sunday. The booth was some "oral" history project where people were invited to come in and share their memories about events, not 9/11 in particular. One of the offerings you could listen to was about how an old couple had first met. Not much of a "memorial" at all.

And while my family was on the scaffolding overlooking the location of the towers, I was looking at the dust that still encased a nearby, unoccupied building. I wondered how much of the dust was the remains of the the people who were ether incinerated or crushed that day. Morbid, I know. But there were over 1,000 people, I believe, who had no remains to find!

Even though this was the first time I had been in New York since 9/11, the event lives with me every day. When I listen to all those crazy anti-war nuts, and a lot of just plain normal folks, I have to wonder how they can be missing ability to be empathetic. Didn't they ever wonder what they would do if they were on one of the hijacked planes, or if they would have waited to die in the fire or if they would have jumped out of the 105th floor? Don't the ever think about what they would have said to a loved one calling from a floor above the impact, a loved one they would never talk to again? Can the memories of Americans really be that short??

If we can't remember how the War on Terror started, how will we be able to win it? This will be a long war, but I fear that too many people just don't care anymore about anything beyond their daily existence, that we may lose!


30 posted on 09/11/2005 6:14:47 AM PDT by KosmicKitty (Well... There you go again!)
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To: HairOfTheDog
Click Here To See Yahoo News 9/11/2001

Click Here To See ABC News 9/2001/2001

Click Here To See CNN News 9/11/2001
31 posted on 09/11/2005 6:14:47 AM PDT by Dallas59 (“You love life, while we love death.” - Al-Qaeda / Democratic Party)
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To: Dog

http://attacked911.tripod.com/


A great tribute site. Have tissues handy.


32 posted on 09/11/2005 6:17:04 AM PDT by tuffydoodle
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To: Dog

View the list of the dead:

http://www.command-post.org/memindex.html


33 posted on 09/11/2005 6:17:34 AM PDT by Knitting A Conundrum (Act Justly, Love Mercy, and Walk Humbly With God Micah 6:8)
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To: Knitting A Conundrum

All dead in the name of ISLAM.


34 posted on 09/11/2005 6:18:48 AM PDT by Dallas59 (“You love life, while we love death.” - Al-Qaeda / Democratic Party)
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I know this is trivial compared to the broad scope of the 9-11 tragedy, but what creeped me out the worst came in the days that followed. There were no aircraft overhead. Not a one.

All my life I have heard aircraft, from commercial airliners to tiny Cessna two-seaters. Even while camping in the wilderness, on a ship at sea or in the middle of the desert at night, there was always the sound of an aircraft passing by. I knew I was never completely alone.

Then the skies went silent, and the silence was terrible.

Minor stuff, I know, but I remember it vividly.


35 posted on 09/11/2005 6:21:03 AM PDT by DNME (DOM SPIRO, SPERO ("If I breathe, there is hope"))
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To: Dog

Never Forget.


36 posted on 09/11/2005 6:21:08 AM PDT by ßuddaßudd (7 days - 7 ways)
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To: Dog

I will always remember my best friend, Gina, on this day. She was at work without a tv so called me after hearing about the first plane. I would have had the tv on but was busy making mom's birthday cake and thought she was making another of her endless jokes. I knew who had caused it and was explaining who OBL was when I saw the second plane crash. We were on the phone all that day so shocked at what was happening to our country. My dear friend died of a terminal illness a few months later. For some reason, every 9/11 anniversary I remember her.


37 posted on 09/11/2005 6:23:34 AM PDT by mtbopfuyn (Legality does not dictate morality... Lavin)
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To: DNME

The day they allowed aircraft back in the skies, a Cessna flew over very low, too low, and circled the soccer field where my child was practicing. It was all I could do not to scream out in fright.


38 posted on 09/11/2005 6:27:22 AM PDT by mtbopfuyn (Legality does not dictate morality... Lavin)
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To: Dog
That Tuesday morning, I was in Zapata, Texas, along the Rio Grande when I first heard the word.

A small group of us were gathered outside getting prepared to go to the field when my ears tuned in to someone mentioning a plane hitting the Twin Towers.....immediately the group gathered around a car radio to hear a news broadcast - another plane had hit the other tower.

I dont know how long we just stood around listening in stunned silence. But eventually, someone mentioned the feed store across the street had a TV. In short order a small group of us gathered in front of the only channel we could pick up - a Spanish language news broadcast - but the live video feed said it all.

My mind thought back just five weeks earlier when I was in NYC....

August 2, 2001, I visited NYC for the first time in my life. It was a short four day stayover with the highlight attending my first Yankee game at the Stadium. Clemens pitched the game - it was his birthday - and we won.

I had a couple of days to view some of the sights and so I walked from my hotel near Times Square, south on Broadway all the way to Battery Park so I could catch a ferry to Lady Liberty. The lower Manhattan atmosphere deluged my senses and the heat in early August approached Texas, but all-in-all it was inspiring to be a witness to this city.

The walk took me next to the Twin Towers. I paused a few minutes to catch my breath and to gaze skyward. They were impressive, to say the least. However, I didnt have time to stop & visit. I wanted to catch Lady Liberty, so I had to walk on.

It took hours to visit Lady Liberty. The day was almost gone by the time I was finished seeing the sights of Lower Manhattan and grabbing a bite to eat so I didnt have the time to walk over to the Twin Towers. It was early evening, so I took the subway back to Times Square.

August 7th I flew back to Texas, thinking that was the last time I would see NYC.......

......The rest of September 11th, I was in a half daze. I spent a few hours watching the TV and watching all that transpired that day. Eventually, I made my way to the field where I overlooked the Rio Grande, just above Falcon Lake. Normally, one could see an occasional aircraft overhead in the sky. However, that day there was an eerie silence and the sky was empty of aircraft. However, towards mid-afternoon, I heard the sound of a chopper. I stood and stared as I saw a lone military helicopter flying slowly down the Rio Grande........

I went back to the motel room and watched TV the rest of the evening and the next day.....

As I sat in my motel room watching the events unfold again & again, I cant tell you exactly when, but it didnt take me very long to realize that I was glad Dubya was my President. I shuddered to think what if Gore had won - the guy I had actually voted for?

From that point onward, I became a conservative.

One year later, I made it back to NYC to join in the 9/11 memorial services. I will never forget.


39 posted on 09/11/2005 6:40:28 AM PDT by texianyankee
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To: Dog

To my friends at Canter, Euro Brokers, and FDNY: Jimmy Geyer, Matt Gryzmalski, Wayne Soloman, Gary Koechler, Ed Mardovich, Bobby Parks, The Calaio brothers, Tim Coughlin, Joe Kelly, Art Barry, Paul Keating, Peter Ortali, Vinnie DeFazio, Eddie Disimone, Ed Brenna, Frank Brennan and all the rest, I think of you guys everyday. God bless you and may you rest in peace. I'll join you on the other side someday.


40 posted on 09/11/2005 6:40:33 AM PDT by DogBarkTree
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To: Dog
I will never forget 9/11.
41 posted on 09/11/2005 6:43:25 AM PDT by Alexis the Bengal Kitty
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To: Knitting A Conundrum

Thank you for the link so I can correct the spelling of my my friend posted before. Matthew J. Grzymalski, 34, New Hyde Park, N.Y


42 posted on 09/11/2005 6:48:12 AM PDT by DogBarkTree
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To: Dog

A prayer thread for those who would like to remember in prayer:

http://www.freerepublic.com/focus/f-religion/1482231/posts


43 posted on 09/11/2005 6:52:32 AM PDT by Knitting A Conundrum (Act Justly, Love Mercy, and Walk Humbly With God Micah 6:8)
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To: DNME

Do you remember ?
The day when Americans died.
Do you remember ?
The day when only birds and Eagles flew.
Do you remember ?
When the towers fell.
When innocent travelers died.
Do you remember,"Let's Roll!"?
When Americans fought back!
The guilty have suffered, but not enough,
to stop their terror ways.
Remember. Never forget.
Until our work is done!
Now there's Beslan and London too.
We are not alone in this.
Now there are others,
who can never forget.
The most innocent among us
who paid a terrible price.
When children,CHILDREN died!
As hostages to an deadly cult.
NEVER FORGET!!

Tet68 tm.


44 posted on 09/11/2005 6:54:26 AM PDT by tet68 ( " We would not die in that man's company, that fears his fellowship to die with us...." Henry V.)
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To: Dog
I was in my basement, on the treadmill watching some movie, when my wife, who was at the gym teaching her class, called and said, "turn on the TV right now. A plane has hit the WTC." So I'm thinking, "Big deal, a Piper Cub got off course. A couple of people dead, some images, but why is this such an issue?

I flipped on FOX just in time to see the second plane come in. It hit me like a punch in the gut, although the horror really took a few minutes to register. When the first building went down, I sat on my bedroom floor and bawled like a baby.

I also remember Pres. Bush's speech on 9/16, and it impressed me so much that I wrote an essay on FR the next day and it got so widely circulated that the White House called me up and said they had been innundated by people sending them that essay. Here is the link: http://ashbrook.org/publicat/guest/01/schweikart/weightofworld.html

45 posted on 09/11/2005 6:57:57 AM PDT by LS (CNN is the Amtrak of news)
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To: Dog
Having driven to work on what I still remember thinking was an unusually bright and lovely morning, I was sitting in the cube when a lady stuck her head around the corner and said that a plane had crashed into the WTC. The first thing I did was say it was probably Islamic terrorists (I used a much nastier term for them); the second thing I did was log onto FR- there are many still here who probably did likewise.

Less than a week earlier, my wife and I had flown down to Columbus to see our son graduate from basic at Ft. Benning, and he was at that moment ready to start his first day of AIT. His deployment to Iraq in early 2003 were out in the future, but we knew that the world wasn't going to be the same again.

46 posted on 09/11/2005 7:01:09 AM PDT by niteowl77
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To: LS
I rememeber that post - 4 years later, it still rings true.

Sidenote: in today's Sunday LA Times, there is no mention anywhere of 9/11 on the front page - except for a link at the bottom to other sections such as sports, entertainment, etc. Speaking of entertainment, the LAT that it was appropriate to devote three (3) separate sections of its fall preview of movies today as well ...

47 posted on 09/11/2005 7:06:57 AM PDT by lemura
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To: Dog
My husband and I were making our first trip to Canada, for veterinary continuing ed classes. We were on the runway at Dallas and they were taking an extra long amount of time to clear us for flight. Finally they did and we taxied (sp?) into place, but they never put the gas to it. Everyone was kinda wondering 'what the heçk'when the pilot came over the intercom and announced we were going back to the terminal.

Flight attendants told us about the towers as we were departing. I told my husband it was Osama bin Laden before we left the plan ;I had just read an article about him & his terrorism funding.

When we went into the airport, it was so different than when we left it. Everyone was standing around the tv's, hands to their mouths, as they watched the burning buildings. The fist tower fell, as we all watched. Gasps, and then an eerie silence amoung all those people. Crying stunned people as far as I could see around me.

No one could tell us what to do about the flight to Canada. No one could tell anyone anything. I only saw one person upset about their flight interruption. Everyone was pretty calm, but confused.

The drive back home was surreal. We listened like zombies to the radio all the way back home, 140 miles, with our cell phones ringing every little bit with calls from our kids, parents, freinds, checking to see if we were alright.

We had been to New York in May, for my sons wedding. His wife didnt know for 3 days if all her family lived or not. One man missed the attack because he bareley missed his train that morning.

I pray for those who died and those who lost loved ones. May America never forget 9/11 and stay ever vigilant.
48 posted on 09/11/2005 7:11:43 AM PDT by texas_mrs
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To: Dog
When the planes hit, I was at a graveyard researching the genealogy of my ancestors who came to the America to escape religious persecution.

How ironic for me that on the same day we would get hit by Islamofascists who hate the USA for our religious beliefs.

49 posted on 09/11/2005 7:23:19 AM PDT by Earthdweller (Earth to liberals..we were not in Iraq on 9/11..so how did the war cause terrorism again?)
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To: DNME
There were no aircraft overhead. Not a one.
 
I live less than 8 miles from Chattanooga airport, with a flight path over the house. I know just what you mean. I have learned to ignore the planes all these years, but those 4 days were so eerily silent.


50 posted on 09/11/2005 7:33:29 AM PDT by backinthefold (9-11 changed me and I will never forget)
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