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ImperialAerosolK...
May 14 2005, 09:46 PM
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grim poll but I want to see how many people saw the thing happen in real time or on tv live.
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May 15 2005, 11:31 PM
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do we have any New Yorkers in the house that were effected by it?
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May 15 2005, 11:47 PM
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My uncle saw it happen cuz he worked in a near by building with his window facing the towers. He said he saw people jumping out of the windows...that has to suck cry.gif
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Georgi
May 20 2005, 11:00 AM
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I didn't see it live, but when I picked up my daughter from daycare that day (she was 3) they had it on the tv and my daughter was glued to it and crying about the people jumping from the windows and stuff. No more day care after that!


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May 20 2005, 02:32 PM
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I had/have no antenna, so we heard about it after somebody called us. Then we were glued to the radio all day.


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yabasta
Jul 14 2005, 11:17 AM
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I saw the event on a bank of televisions. I worked in the warehouse of an electrical store and it was quiet so i was on the shop floor. When it happened and afterwards the store seemed to get alot more quiet and the few customers we had were just watching it aswell.


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yabasta
Jul 14 2005, 11:18 AM
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p.s. Bush saw the first plane hit on t.v. according to him even though the first plane hit was not on t.v. at the time.


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Jul 16 2005, 06:11 AM
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  p.s. Bush saw the first plane hit on t.v. according to him even though the first plane hit was not on t.v. at the time.


Bush was in a classroom when the first plane hit. I think thats a fact thats pretty well documented... it was in Michael Moore's movie, as well. He could have meant he saw some amateur footage of it after the fact... can I ask for a source?

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do we have any New Yorkers in the house that were effected by it?


Yes.


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QUOTE(Grimer 54 @ Jul 16 2005, 02:11 PM)
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  p.s. Bush saw the first plane hit on t.v. according to him even though the first plane hit was not on t.v. at the time.


Bush was in a classroom when the first plane hit. I think thats a fact thats pretty well documented... it was in Michael Moore's movie, as well. He could have meant he saw some amateur footage of it after the fact... can I ask for a source?

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do we have any New Yorkers in the house that were effected by it?


Yes.
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Actually the first plane hit was before he went into the classroom. That Michael Moore reference was to the second plane hitting the south tower.

The source for the Bush comment was the horse`s mouth. The documentary "in plane site" features a clip where Bush not only repsonds to a 9/11 question with a joke but he claims to have watched the first plane on t.v. I would buy you the movie but i am poor as hell right now.


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yabasta
Jul 16 2005, 08:10 AM
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I found video of him saying it. This is not the clip i had previously heard as that was an audio broadcast of a child asking him what he thought or something.

http://www.whatreallyhappened.com/IMAGES/b...firstplane1.ram


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yabasta
Jul 16 2005, 08:17 AM
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I have yet to read this one because it is so long but it deals with the Bush claim aswell as the rest of the event.

http://www.cooperativeresearch.org/timelin...restingday.html



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Jul 16 2005, 12:28 PM
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I was in my Tech Systems class and the station I was at the first six weeks of the semester required us to watch the news every morning.. We were watching Goodmorning America and they cut into footage of a "plane crash at the WTC" that's what I remember them saying then the second crash happened in real-time.. me and my teacher(a family friend) were just silent... It was almost ghost-like in real time, it looked like a black silhouette of a plane flying into the building..

At first I remember everyone thought it was just a jackass pilot error behind the first crash..

Then my teacher and me were at his desk talking and he recieved an e-mail from someone saying there was a "fire inside the Pentagon"...

Both of us were pretty amazed by it, I have family in New York, and he's from New Jersey so it was somewhat of a "close to home" type thing..

By that time the whole school pretty much stopped functioning and a few teachers were going nuts from what I was told, but I seriously doubt there was anything pertaining to the normal curriculum going on in the building, most classes(all of mine did for the rest of the day) had the news on..

Worst part was all the backlash and jackass remarks made to all the Muslim and Middle-Eastern students in the hallways. That still is the worst memory I have from that day..


One of the more interesting things to me about 9/11 is the seizure of surveillance cameras from the surrounding buildings of each of the attack.. And only one's been released if I'm not mistaken.. It's from like a gas-station outside the Pentagon..




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