Where were you on 9/11?
Space ace

Maple Grove, MN

#1 Sep 2, 2014
I was working on a family members house in Pennsylvania listening to howard stern on the radio. I remember it clear as day.......... Howard was talking about trying to bang pam anderson when he interrupted the show to report that a plane had crashed into the World Trade Center. I thought it was just some lame bit he was doing. So I turned on Fox News and saw the gaping hole. I couldn't believe my eyes! 2 minutes later I saw the second plane hit..........I immediately knew it was a terrorist attack. Watching the smoldering towers made me furious and I began calling for nuclear strikes on middle eastern countries. I said things I regret..........then once the pentagon was hit I couldn't believe it. How could they hit the pentagon?!!?!? I wanted to join the military and wipe out terrorist right then and there. I held back tears as the towers collapsed. Then came the news of the shanksville crash. It was hitting to close to home now! This is the first time I began to feel a little nervous that day. I remember being extremely angry at bushes speeches thinking it was too soft! Then I spent the rest of the day listening to michael savage and agreeing with him 100%. Both the howard stern and michael savage 9/11 broadcasts are up on youtube! Highly recommend listening! Takes you back! I also listened to a little alex jones! Wild day........
Redeemer

San Francisco, CA

#2 Sep 2, 2014
Space ace wrote:
I was working on a family members house in Pennsylvania listening to howard stern on the radio. I remember it clear as day.......... Howard was talking about trying to bang pam anderson when he interrupted the show to report that a plane had crashed into the World Trade Center. I thought it was just some lame bit he was doing. So I turned on Fox News and saw the gaping hole. I couldn't believe my eyes! 2 minutes later I saw the second plane hit..........I immediately knew it was a terrorist attack. Watching the smoldering towers made me furious and I began calling for nuclear strikes on middle eastern countries. I said things I regret..........then once the pentagon was hit I couldn't believe it. How could they hit the pentagon?!!?!? I wanted to join the military and wipe out terrorist right then and there. I held back tears as the towers collapsed. Then came the news of the shanksville crash. It was hitting to close to home now! This is the first time I began to feel a little nervous that day. I remember being extremely angry at bushes speeches thinking it was too soft! Then I spent the rest of the day listening to michael savage and agreeing with him 100%. Both the howard stern and michael savage 9/11 broadcasts are up on youtube! Highly recommend listening! Takes you back! I also listened to a little alex jones! Wild day........
Wow! Thank's for asking Space. It sure brings back memories. I had just moved to Minneapolis and I was having my first gay experience. I was in the Kay nine position and the TV was on with no sound. I was looking at it and all of a sudden, Bamb!
Einer Gulbransen

Green Bay, WI

#3 Sep 2, 2014
Space ace wrote:
I was working on a family members house in Pennsylvania listening to howard stern on the radio. I remember it clear as day.......... Howard was talking about trying to bang pam anderson when he interrupted the show to report that a plane had crashed into the World Trade Center. I thought it was just some lame bit he was doing. So I turned on Fox News and saw the gaping hole. I couldn't believe my eyes! 2 minutes later I saw the second plane hit..........I immediately knew it was a terrorist attack. Watching the smoldering towers made me furious and I began calling for nuclear strikes on middle eastern countries. I said things I regret..........then once the pentagon was hit I couldn't believe it. How could they hit the pentagon?!!?!? I wanted to join the military and wipe out terrorist right then and there. I held back tears as the towers collapsed. Then came the news of the shanksville crash. It was hitting to close to home now! This is the first time I began to feel a little nervous that day. I remember being extremely angry at bushes speeches thinking it was too soft! Then I spent the rest of the day listening to michael savage and agreeing with him 100%. Both the howard stern and michael savage 9/11 broadcasts are up on youtube! Highly recommend listening! Takes you back! I also listened to a little alex jones! Wild day........
Maybe you should hook up with Space ace on 9/11. Look, he even plagiarized a little story.
Einer Gulbransen

Green Bay, WI

#4 Sep 2, 2014
Space ace wrote:
I was working on a family members house in Pennsylvania listening to howard stern on the radio. I remember it clear as day.......... Howard was talking about trying to bang pam anderson when he interrupted the show to report that a plane had crashed into the World Trade Center. I thought it was just some lame bit he was doing. So I turned on Fox News and saw the gaping hole. I couldn't believe my eyes! 2 minutes later I saw the second plane hit..........I immediately knew it was a terrorist attack. Watching the smoldering towers made me furious and I began calling for nuclear strikes on middle eastern countries. I said things I regret..........then once the pentagon was hit I couldn't believe it. How could they hit the pentagon?!!?!? I wanted to join the military and wipe out terrorist right then and there. I held back tears as the towers collapsed. Then came the news of the shanksville crash. It was hitting to close to home now! This is the first time I began to feel a little nervous that day. I remember being extremely angry at bushes speeches thinking it was too soft! Then I spent the rest of the day listening to michael savage and agreeing with him 100%. Both the howard stern and michael savage 9/11 broadcasts are up on youtube! Highly recommend listening! Takes you back! I also listened to a little alex jones! Wild day........
Plagiarize:verb : to use the words or ideas of another person as if they were your own words or ideas
Space ace

Maple Grove, MN

#5 Sep 2, 2014
Einer Gulbransen wrote:
<quoted text>Plagiarize:verb : to use the words or ideas of another person as if they were your own words or ideas
Get off the drugs.
Einer Gulbransen

Green Bay, WI

#6 Sep 2, 2014
Space ace wrote:
<quoted text> Get off the drugs.
Get off your mother.

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