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- Sun, 23 Jun 2019 13:24:57 EST sojFBZl6 No.90421
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Oldfags what was 9/11 like?
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Basil Pittway - Sun, 23 Jun 2019 16:52:23 EST MXN3zmXj No.90423 Reply
>>90421
I was in school. The principal went around to every classroom and told the teachers to bring their classes to the gymnasium. We were then told that some stuff had gone down in New York and that our parents were already being called to take us home. I went home and played videogames for the rest of the day. It was pretty alright.
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Augustus Pittlock - Mon, 24 Jun 2019 17:58:26 EST +y6j/f7M No.90428 Reply
>>90427
I was in school. Nothing happened, but the news channels took over my cartoons that day when i got home. didnt affect anyone in my state
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Fanny Marrywater - Wed, 26 Jun 2019 15:41:12 EST +ts2n+na No.90435 Reply
Shit sucked. TV cancelled pretty much all cartoons for days.
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Barnaby Blythefuck - Sat, 29 Jun 2019 01:07:04 EST 5GS6l54a No.90452 Reply
5th grade, I remember the teachers got weird but no one told us anything. We knew something was up though. When I got home I immediately turned it to the news and saw clips of people jumping from the buildings and I thought it was hilarious. I laughed pretty hard.
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Betsy Fuckingway - Sun, 30 Jun 2019 17:04:00 EST CrTsSVC7 No.90454 Reply
>>90421
They stopped classes, rolled out the TV's on a cart and had us watch it live on TV.
I said, "Sweet! We're going to go to war!" and my history teach looked at me with complete horror and disappointment.
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David Murdshit - Tue, 02 Jul 2019 23:04:11 EST Cz3h2CBH No.90456 Reply
My step-brother woke me up before school (7th grade I think) and said we were under attack or something, and I told him to fuck off and let me sleep. When I got up I watched people throw themselves out of windows and fall to their deaths while I ate cereal. Didn't care then, don't care now.
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Beatrice Bardforth - Thu, 04 Jul 2019 10:10:39 EST hIDxypwm No.90460 Reply
>>90454
Lol why did that seem like the right thing to say?
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James Bellerridge - Fri, 05 Jul 2019 19:17:29 EST viaMOYFv No.90467 Reply
>>90460
My guess would be years of conditioning and a lack of empathy caused by same. I was between projects for a week so I was chilling at home and I turned on Howard Stern and he was talking about it, so I switched on the TV and I laughed because I thought someone had flown a sightseeing plane too close. When I realized we were under attack I filled up the bathtub with water and called a buddy to come eat egg salad sandwiches and watch the world end. I was on IRC at the time.
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Martha Goodwell - Sat, 06 Jul 2019 15:46:32 EST f+Z+iTM6 No.90473 Reply
>>90467
Fuck egg salad! It's the poor man's tuna salad!
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Lillian Dunkinden - Mon, 08 Jul 2019 14:23:33 EST YQ4tAI52 No.90474 Reply
>>90473
For once Sluttica Tandy says something that's actually right!
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Fanny Snodshit - Mon, 08 Jul 2019 21:51:06 EST iHb6oZ1T No.90476 Reply
>>90421
I was like 6 but I thought that it was going to be a regular thing and maybe I'd get school off for a while. Instead it was mandatory patriotic songs and propaganda while we plunged into a trillion dollar war with retard cavemen that explode.
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Fanny Cleblinghere - Wed, 10 Jul 2019 15:15:38 EST ja116yg9 No.90483 Reply
>>90421
I was 9. In highschool. I took a sick day and watched it on TV. My dad is a pilot and was travelling at the time so we were all like until six but it turned out he was in vegas in a casino during the biggest disaster in american history
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Nigel Hobberway - Thu, 11 Jul 2019 01:42:05 EST pNGTGGdz No.90486 Reply
sad a terrifying. usually when you see a building come down via demolition you are sort of expecting it. this one know one really expected. everything changed after that date, in general the world just got darker and never really got much better.
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Polly Shakegold - Fri, 26 Jul 2019 09:07:22 EST J4SkMBpb No.90558 Reply
The only thing that stuck with me was how the news was live streaming us bombing Kabul that night. Like somehow that was going to fix it or that the people of Kabul had anything to do with it. It was literally the media in lock step with the government and treating us like children.

>>90483
> I was 9. In highschool.
Were you a child prodigy that later discovered drugs?
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Isabella Sorringlotch - Tue, 30 Jul 2019 01:23:07 EST i1WdgV0K No.90586 Reply
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Wasn't sure what to make of it. Pretty surreal, to watch it live on TV. The whole stunt was practically made for shock and awe. I had the day off anyway, so I turned all that nonsense off and took the kayak out to a lake that was normally crowded but empty that day. Alone out there on the water, I layed back and gazed into a quiet empty sky, and went into a state of calm reflection for while.
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Rebecca Clillymog - Tue, 30 Jul 2019 14:03:29 EST z94MDDzV No.90588 Reply
I was 17 at the time and thought it was the beginning of the apocalypse.
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Eliza Fonningbury - Tue, 30 Jul 2019 15:47:17 EST JE9VH4KQ No.90589 Reply
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>>90421

At first it was like "wow what the fuck happened?" Because we all thought it was just some freak accident.

Then, a few minutes later, when EVERYONE was watching TV because a big jet slamming into one of the biggest skyscrapers in the world is a huge deal on its own, the western world watched the second plane coast in and explode into a fireball and we all thought "Not an accident, we are going to kill the bad guys, it will be cool and on the news."

Later on we found out that Afghanistan was a warlord infested hole in the map filled with people stupid enough to crash planes into skyscrapers. We also learned that Osama Bin Laden was (maybe) the guy dumb enough to provoke the awesome, unstoppable, nuclear powered, bomb dropping, drone striking, gas guzzling, radioactive waste shooting might of the United States military.

Then George Bush decided to justify a calculated geopolitical move with simplistic roman style fearmongering, no one cared there were no weapons of mass destruction. We all knew muslims hated us at that point, and most people thought Iraq was just another muslim shit hole even though it was actually a bunch of secular Nazi wannabes, it worked like a charm.

The only mistake the United States made was the same one they have made in the past. They would be much better off if they had just annihilated their enemies completely, like they should have in Vietnam and Korea.

Dealing with people like muslims is just like dealing with any other stupid bully, if all you do is give them a bloody nose then they will come back for revenge. You have to beat them so badly they truly believe you want to fucking murder them, then you have to stop, pull your dick out, and take a long humiliating piss on whats left. You have to make it so that the thought of crossing you again causes genuine fear and panic in their minds.
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Cornelius Godgeforth - Tue, 30 Jul 2019 20:49:16 EST e+9A6qqc No.90592 Reply
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4th grade. For whatever reason one of my strongest memories is being out on the playground. My school was in a flight path so planes going over was routine. The silence in the sky that afternoon still sticks in my brain. The playground itself was pretty silent too, everyone knew that shit was going down.
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Frederick Wecklefuck - Tue, 30 Jul 2019 21:10:41 EST A1lVQBP/ No.90593 Reply
>>90589

Whether one agrees with your point of view or not, I must say that was an excellently-written post. Well done.
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Barnaby Billinghood - Tue, 30 Jul 2019 23:33:57 EST lgpyQdSC No.90594 Reply
>>90589
> the western world watched the second plane coast in and explode into a fireball
nope. the purported footage of planes didn't appear until much later. On the 1st day, in the morning, footage started with the north tower already smoking, and half way thru a fireball explosion in the south tower. there was no footage of planes until at least the afternoon, maybe not till the next day
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Lillian Drittingwater - Wed, 31 Jul 2019 00:10:00 EST JE9VH4KQ No.90595 Reply
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>>90594

I watched it on TV live dude. Gonna have to call BS on that. Maybe because I'm in Canada they showed footage you didn't get or something but I remember the hearing CNN newsroom seeing the second plane coming in and OMGWTFING before it even hit, before I got to school that day late around 10.
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Augustus Fandock - Wed, 31 Jul 2019 01:18:22 EST NF+GYKo7 No.90596 Reply
Don't worry bro we got Saddam
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James Gaddlewell - Wed, 31 Jul 2019 07:36:31 EST G7aWPnSJ No.90598 Reply
>>90594
I saw the second plane hit live with everyone else. Don't rewrite my history for one of your dumb fuck theories. These are things that happened.
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Barnaby Billinghood - Wed, 31 Jul 2019 17:29:10 EST lgpyQdSC No.90599 Reply
>>90595
>>90598
cry harder. its hard to get footage of the 1st reports in the morning. the jovial jews have gone back and rewritten history, googling 1st reports now always brings up video of a plane going into the south tower. certainly with all the hysteria surrounding 9/11 and the retroactive reports, its easy to forget how it was displayed on the day.

but a few months ago someone uploaded the genuine unedited 1st reports and i saw immediately they were correct because they reminded me of something I'd forgotten : the 1st reports were hammering on about planes, but I felt frustration because for a couple of hours there was no planes footage, only the truncated footage of an explosion in the south tower.
But it was only about a couple of hours , after that footage of a plane was found, and from then on was shown.

dammed if i can find that youtube vid now, the jovial jews probably removed it on copyright grounds. i will look a bit longer but i think i'm wasting time looking for something thats been removed.
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Jarvis Dartdock - Wed, 31 Jul 2019 19:36:53 EST B/Sh41/S No.90601 Reply
>>90599
I want it on the record that I am not ok with racism
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Graham Nongerpock - Thu, 01 Aug 2019 03:54:03 EST JE9VH4KQ No.90603 Reply
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>>90599

Maybe you can't read or something.

I am a pre Berlin wall oldfag with good memory and I saw it live on TV the morning it happened.

There was no footage of the first plane hitting the tower, but CNN had the live smouldering hole cam up and running with plenty of time to broadcast the second plane as it smashed into the second tower and kicked off the cold crusade, but only in like 720p since it was 2001.

The fact that it was orchestrated almost perfectly for live TV adds more to my suspicion than some dumb shit about hidden footage would if it were true anyway. Maybe you are too young to remember the incredible power broadcast and cable TV networks had up until the early 2000s. People used to sit on the couch and flip channels an average of 4 hours every fucking night or something. It was like the entire continent had to follow the same 25 instagram feeds and they were the only ones that existed, and they fucking loved it.

Anyway, it happened in downtown NEW YORK dude, there's a giant CNN office suite there and they probably had it on camera live about the same time the first fire trucks were getting to the scene. I wonder if they even had to leave their offices and maybe just pointed a camera out the window.

I actually watched on a Toshiba CRT.
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Graham Nongerpock - Thu, 01 Aug 2019 05:01:15 EST JE9VH4KQ No.90605 Reply
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>>90604

This is how I got on to the internet for the very first time, most people don't even know these existed and just remember the CD's. I think it might be a Jewish conspiracy!
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Edward Turveyspear - Thu, 01 Aug 2019 13:31:43 EST +dp/1oZ3 No.90606 Reply
>>90605
I think old people like you should be turned into soylent green
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Ebenezer Gubblewater - Tue, 06 Aug 2019 21:07:12 EST iWwo2N9b No.90616 Reply
All of us 5th graders were brought into one class room and told what happened. I didn't even know there was a building called the "world trade center". It was hard to make out what to think of it, as a Pokemon obsessed 10 year old, it was sad so many people just died like that. When I got home, my mom was glued to the news, freaking out and tell me about how people from the middle east hate us because out American ways of life and our freedom for the next couple years. It was annoying really. It's devastating something bad happened like that but I hated the freaking out about terrorism my mom was going through. Like my mom was telling me that she is afraid a terrorist are gonna cash a plane into my school. I was thinking 'I wish', but it's like why the fuck would a terrorist be interested in crashing a plane into a random elementary school in a Detroit suburb.
My mom event went on about how muslims don't believe in freedom because they're communists, and communism is bad because everyone gets paid the same, which I soon learned was some crazy bullshit lol

Basically, Boomers were freaking out that we're all gonna be invaded by Islam terrorist. It was a tragic event nonetheless and it's terrifying to think about how it must have been to be in that building when those planes hit.

I didn't find any of it hilarious, I hope the people in this thread who are claiming they just laughed when people are dying horrible deaths are just being a bunch of edgy fucks.
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Sidney Wendleworth - Sat, 10 Aug 2019 16:38:54 EST VL+AtoWQ No.90618 Reply
>>90617
Fuck off back to your safe space, you worthless shit. You're on fucking /tinfoil/ bitching about "muh conspiracy theories"
WHERE THE FUCK DO YOU THINK YOU ARE!?

On topic. I was at first expecting war, and then confused at how they could immediately blame it on osama yet in any other circumstance, it would be him being a suspect. It was nothing but disinfo and propaganda from less than an hour into things.
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Betsy Drurrystirk - Sat, 10 Aug 2019 17:07:25 EST Qkq65s9f No.90619 Reply
>>90618
Calm yourself. He's right, we started getting hammered with the anti-muslim shit hard right after 9/11, just like right before Desert Storm when they sold t-shirts in the supermarket that say "I'd fly 10,000 miles to smoke a camel" and "saddams towel is wrapped too tightly" and shit. Many, many victims of sustained propaganda campaigns don't see themselves as victims.
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David Derringhall - Sat, 10 Aug 2019 21:55:18 EST pXaCkswZ No.90621 Reply
>>90620
>durrr if you dare to argue against me you must be flouridated xDDD
Go back to skeletonchan, stupid cunt.
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Jarvis Bluvingnag - Sat, 10 Aug 2019 22:40:21 EST RBr1vMy/ No.90626 Reply
>>90428
My father recorder the news report over my VHS's ):

>>90483
I thought the biggest failure in asu history was when you had to suply Russians to fight off Hitler for you. What if you didn't?! What's so dramatic abou middle Eastern peoples wanting to kill you? Shouldn't you all still be scared of Comunism? North Korea still exists and seems on pretty good terms with china.
Also why aren"t Native Americans still cutting your heads off? Brainwashing is not the answer, atleast to a brainwash-ie.
Syrian's are taking to pestillance of an aryan nation kill me but please don't torture meunwillingly. They're God must be made at them or else I bet I'd be meeting a Syrian every day of my life.
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Beatrice Crullydock - Fri, 16 Aug 2019 02:56:39 EST Jv+z8vmc No.90656 Reply
>>90435
GAY!

Canada person here. My dad took the day off work, then saw that happen. That's all we talked about in class for about 2 months. Then it was back to learning how bad germany was in WWII.
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Polly Drammerfoot - Fri, 16 Aug 2019 13:47:54 EST +EdpGG3P No.90659 Reply
>>90421
I was in 6th grade in Orlando and through out the day no one told us anything. Peoples parents just started picking them up until most of the school was gone. In 5th period my teacher basically canceled class to turn the tv on and told all of us the principal hadn't wanted us to know but she felt this would change things for all of us. By the time I got home my moms job had sent her home early (she was a governement employee and they basically said the campus she was on was at threat of being flown into as well) and she was just sitting on the couch crying. Really surreal experience. I don't think anyone really understood what that meant or how it would change our lives becasue nyc was so far away and no one really even know what the trade center was. 6th grade was all disney channel movies and sims, don't jugde. Anyway what fallowed was really the crazy part....SO MANY GOD DAMN AMERICAN FLAGS EVERYWHERE. idk nationalism is dumb. I

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