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Do You Remember 9/11? (September 11, 2001)
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25 / M / The World God Onl...
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Posted 9/11/11 , edited 9/12/11
It has been 10 years since the tragic event happen on September 11, 2001 that hit America and Changed America Forever. My Question is Do You Remember That Exact Moment and That Feeling you had 10 years?

☥R.I.P. Victims of 9/11☥

My Answer is: Yes when i was in 5th grade and 10 years old at the time, the whole classes were cancelled and received an early dismissal, and remember it shown in T.V. at home Horrified and Sadden

EDIT: There's a Difference between No and Don't Remember, NO means You Weren't Born Yet and Don't Remember means that You were there but had memory problems that you don't even recall what happen.
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27 / M / Hicktownhell, MS
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Posted 9/11/11
I'd certainly hope anyone living in America for the past 10 years would remember.

I was in middle school, 6th grade I think. Classes were halted around 9:30 that day. The school's security staff went crazy, locking up all the outside bathrooms and such.

I was a really stupid kid and I didn't acknowledge the significance behind it until the end of that day. That was also the day I learned about the word terrorism.. and how it's imprinted in my mind now. God rest those who suffered and lost their lives that day.
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27 / F / In a house
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Posted 9/11/11
Yes, I do remember.

I remember it clearly; I was in the 6th grade, 12 years old and was sitting beside my best friend at school while watching the broadcast of the incident on TV. We were let out of class early and as I walked home with my friends, we all had mixed feelings but we felt horrid about what had happened then I arrived at home, hugging onto my mother and older brother....just appreciating them because I knew families were ripped apart that day.

I certainly pray that the victims are resting peacefully still today and that their families are healthy and living a happy life.
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33 / M / Latham Ny USA
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Posted 9/11/11 , edited 9/11/11
Yeah, it was a crazy day, impossible to forget. I remember my mom originally had a meeting in the north tower, but it ended up being canceled. Instead they decided to have the meeting via teleconference. People in the towers were on the conference call when the planes hit. Still to this day my mom describes hearing the planes hit and the chaos that followed. I remember just being in complete shock and disbelief watching on the news. I live about 3 hours from NYC, so fortunately I didn't get to experience it first hand. Even being a mere spectator to such a horrific event, I will never forget it. While mother nature has perpetuated unspeakable devastation, it's the horrors of man I remember most.
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Posted 9/11/11
10 years ago I was 8 lol. But I kind of remember seeing that stuff on the news all the time, so yeah.

God Bless America.
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20 / M / Stoke, England
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Posted 9/11/11
I was only 6, but it was indeed on british news. So yeah, it didn't affect me, but it must have been horrific if you were watching it and you knew a family member was in there. In 2005, London had something similar called 7/7. Terrorists bombed shit loads of stuff including underground metros and buses and shit. All TV shows on every single channel got cancelled and they just broadcasted it all day.

But since I don't live in London nor do I have any friends or family there, that didn't affect me either.
Posted 9/11/11 , edited 9/11/11
Wonder what's the difference between "don't remember" and "no". I do remember because it took my TV's programmes for days. I would have already forgotten it was it not for the fact that people love to remind us of disasters every single year on the day it happened, and the whole week before it plus the week after it.


So, who's blowing the candles?
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22 / F / Minnesota
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Posted 9/11/11
I was 7 at the time, i was playing with some toys and i looked up at the tv and saw a plane crash at the WTC, but i though it was a movie so i didn't put much attention to it
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21 / F / dubai
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Posted 9/12/11
nope..i dun live in america..i live in philippines>< and i was like 6 . so, i was playing and being a kid...><
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Posted 9/12/11
I was in 10th grade
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32 / M / Wisconsin
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Posted 9/12/11
I remember it some. My teacher was watching the news in my homeroom and we saw the second plane hit right before I went to statistics and trigonometry class.
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Posted 9/12/11
I didn't even know what the Twin Towers were. I just went about my day at school with it in the back of my mind until I got home and watched the news coverage. I was 12 at the time.
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18 / M / the closet 5ever
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Posted 9/12/11
i wasnt alive yet.........
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34 / M
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Posted 9/12/11
I was a freshman in collage. I will NEVER forget that day!
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18 / F
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Posted 9/12/11
its really sad but I was sleeping, and a VERY young kid at the time.
i had no idea it was happening.
my dad woke me and told me and i was really stupid so i didn't have any reaction.
im sad.
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