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3/21/2002 c1 24AimzNemesis Sadistic Scorpion
This is a wonderful piece of work. I found out about the attacks when I came home from school one day, and I simply could not believe what had happened. Even though the whole "hype" (if that's what you can call it) has died down, and the Taliban have been driven out of their country, b*n L*den (BASTARD) still hasn't been found, and thousands of people are dead, with over 2000 corpses still waiting to be discovered in the World Trade Centre rubble.

Although, one woman at my school who was very badly affected was Marsha, a teacher from America herself, and she teaches English (she is the only teacher whom me and my pals consider a friend - she's lovely). One day, we had a three minute silence at school, so me and my two friends went to Marsha's form room. She was crying her heart out, me and my friends began crying, and all four of us hugged each other (see, not all teachers are bad). Then we wrote messages to Marsha on the whiteboard, saying how sorry we were for what had happened. She kept the writing on the board for about a month before wiping it off.

Anyway, great work. =)
2/22/2002 c1 oooohhhahhhhhhhhhhh
im crying my sister and aunt were killed in the terrorist attack and i cant take it im gonna kill binladn myself
12/29/2001 c1 3MoonDancerCat
As an American Republican: This is quite an emotional story, and it was very good. Were these your thoughts? Over and over that day, I kept thinking: "this is not real. how could this really happen?" At lunch that day, I heard a girl telling her friend, "Why should I care about what's happening in New York? When they come to Michigan, that's when I'll care." All I could think was, how self-centered can you be? Keep writing, and God bless, ~MoonDancer
12/1/2001 c1 mandy
You have no idea how much yours story truly touched me. I will never EVER forget this. My father died in the world trade building. He worked on the 89th floor. I had absolutley no idea whatsoever, that it effected people this much outside of America, and I know this sounds concieted, but it kind of makes me feel better. I remember being in my fourh period class in school, and the principal comming on, saying that there's been a terrorist attack on the Twin Towers and the Pentagon. It was the worst day of my life, finding out thats how my father died. I didn't even get to say goodbye to him. So many things run through my mind...if I had just told him to stay home from work, that one day. I guess, in a way, i'm still waiting for him to come home. Do you think maybe you could write me? My e-mail address is . I am really interested about how people in Britain are reacting. Your story was brilliant. Please write me!
10/7/2001 c1 118Thorn
This is sad, and it sounds a bit like my view on the whole thing. Good job portraying emotions.
9/15/2001 c1 21the goddess of the underworld
thank you for your sympathy...i only hope that this isn't WW3
9/13/2001 c1 Hel BB
Hay that was good, bit baffled is that you speaking at the end? or not? oh just read it again! yeah it was! hopefully!
9/12/2001 c1 eunice
tru that seran...it makes me so angry about all those innocent lifes lost...that people actually planned that to happen, and succeeded, altering everyone's life, the whole f*cking world...god bless everyone affected by this, i love you all...we live in a sick sick world :(
9/12/2001 c1 Shu Shu the magic fairy prince
I think its sad people how people are so critical of America. Those people in the world trade didnt do anything. I dont know anyone that died, and I've been cryin since I heard about it. We were in biology when we heard a plane crashed into the tower. Our teacher turned on the TV and we watched live on the air as the second plane crashed in. We could see people jumping out of buildings, and then in history we found out the pentagon was hit. I read peoples info on ff.net that has anti-american things. It makes me sad. I never did anything to them.

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