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What was your first thought when you turned on the tv or the radio and heard that the world trade center had been attacked and collapsed.
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What was your first thought when you turned on the tele or the radio and heard that the world trade center had been attacked and collapsed.
Complete shock, no way could the towers have been hit again.
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What was your first thought when you turned on the tv or the radio and heard that the world trade center had been attacked and collapsed.
excitement that something interesting was happening on the news for once
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What was your first thought when you turned on the tv or the radio and heard that the world trade center had been attacked and collapsed.
Words can't describe it really, it was just aweful, a tradgedy.
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excitement that something interesting was happening on the news for once
Heard it from my friend's mum.. she looked like she was about to cry :confused:
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i thought it was sick when you could see the people waving for help
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excitement that something interesting was happening on the news for once
good one!
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excitement that something interesting was happening on the news for once
You're joking?
You would rather have interesting and bad news than just boring and not life changing news?
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at the time the planes hit, we were discussing in RE 'one man's terrorist is another man's freedom fighter,' didn't realise til i went home.
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You're joking?
You would rather have interesting and bad news than just boring, not life affecting news?
He's a Conservative supporter.. nuf said
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He's a Conservative supporter.. nuf said
Lol, well I am, but I don't have that attitude.
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He's a Conservative supporter.. nuf said
i didnt believe it

had to fone ma friend who lives in new jersey whose friend worked there (rip) until i believed it

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Lol, well I am, but I don't have that attitude.
well werent you a bit excited? not in a happy way i mean but in a 'wow something important is happening' kind of way
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Lol, well I am, but I don't have that attitude.
has anyone seen a picture were the smoke off the trade center has made a face
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well werent you a bit excited? not in a happy way i mean but in a 'wow something important is happening' kind of way
that i cant deny.
I wasnt happy but it was something to watch and the more news come in the more shocking it would get
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excitement that something interesting was happening on the news for once
this was at about the same time as IDS was about to be elected Tory leader, wasn't it??? ho hum
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this was at about the same time as IDS was about to be elected Tory leader, wasn't it??? ho hum
he'd been elected a few weeks beforehand. it rather overshadowed his honeymoon.
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i wasnt excited, i was scared, cos i hav a lot of friends who live in new york and new jersey and i know ppl who worked in the towers, not to ment ion the fact that i had been there a couple of weeks earlier :s

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well werent you a bit excited? not in a happy way i mean but in a 'wow something important is happening' kind of way
Well, I thought, wow - I was in disbelief really. But not in an excited way. Yes I thought this is a tradgedy, this is very important, but I would rather hear dull news than something like that.
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Although it was shocked, digusted, stunned etc when I first heard about it, it annoyed me that the news kept on showing it over and over again and hyped up a real sense of fear among everyone.
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