#754 | Monday, February 11th, 2002
Even before 9-11, I was a very patriotic American, and was horrified when I woke up t the news on my alarm clock. I had a classmate that was so depressed he took his own life the next week. It was a hard few weeks for the entire world, but I am positive, America will prevail.

"Terrorist attacks can strikes the foundations of our biggest buildings, but they cannot touch the foundation of America"
-President Bush 9/11/01

God Bless America
Daniel Anderson | 14 | California

#755 | Wednesday, February 13th, 2002
when i heard aout it all, i was in my room, when my friend calld and tolld me.
i was stuck to the TV all day long.

i didn't know what to feel.
i was angry, sad...
Alon | 13 | Israel

#756 | Wednesday, February 13th, 2002
I just hope america stands tall and together from this moment on
michael Do | 24 | Minnesota

#757 | Wednesday, February 13th, 2002
I was at work when I heard the news, My husband had called me to tell me the trade towers had fallen. I felt so cut off from everything because we had no T.V. or Radio to recieve the news. When I got home and was watching CNN I sat and cried, it seemed so unreal and like a bad movie, but deep down I knew this was no movie, it was the most horible thing I have ever seen in my life.
Julia | 23 | Canada

#758 | Wednesday, February 13th, 2002
um... ya i was at school, and i came out of the computer lab, and everyone was gathered around th TV thats in the hallway by the lobby, and all i could think of was "kkttsshhcchh Terrorists win" i was so wrong. we went out and kicked the asses of those sons a bitches
Bazz | 15 | Vermont

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