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This is a question that's been asked of me alot, and now I'm asking you all. Where were you either when you heard the news or where you were at at 0 hour. I was actually asleep at 0 hour. I had just quit my job the day before, and I was enjoying a good night's rest for once. I woke up around 10 am Pacific Standard time. At that time it was already 1am at Ground Zero. I walked out into the living-room, and my 14 year old sister was playing with the cats in the living room. I asked her: "Why the hell aren't you in school?" "Because of the bombing, they let us all out." "Someone bombed St. Mary's Academy?" I asked, thinking someone had bombed St. Mary's All-girls academy in Portland. My sister looks at me like I'm a dumb ass and says. "No because of the bombings in New York." I didn't understand. "They let school out in Portland because of a bombing in New York? Did the President die or something?" She grumbled and walked outside, where my mother was pulling up in the driveway. After my mother handed her some Mcdonalds, my mother apologizing that she didn't buy me anything cause she didn't think I'd be awake She broke the news to me. I remember saying "How could anyone hijack 4 planes, let alone 1 with today's security? Someone had to be in on it, this has to be an inside job..." But I sat down and I watched the horror unfold on every channel. Every channel pretty much was running footage of that day. And much like Dale Earnheart's death crash, they just played it over and over and over. I was mortified and horrified beyond belief, but I couldn't stop watching. Since it'd be forever until my mother returned I walked to my local high school, where classes were on hold. Everyone was watching the news. I had just graduated that summer, so I wasn't a student, but I went to go and talk with the guidance councilors as I didn't know who to talk to.
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