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It is unfortunate that the events of 9/11 often times bring out anger and hatred, often initiated and amplified by our lack of exposure to other cultures. In light of the post below we have to add that the feelings are solely an expression of the writer’s view, and in no way represent the views of WhereWereYouOn911.com staff.
This is my story about my 9/11 Expeirance. At the time,I was living in an apartment in Logan. I was at work at Maceys when some of the girls that I worked with came in and asked if I had seen the news. I said no, so they told me that the two airplanes had crashed into the The Twin Towers. I stood there in shock. “Really?” I asked? They then reassured me that it was true. For the rest of that day, I just worked and tried to absorb the news. From that day on, I was scared that that there might be a another attack, but I still went to work as usual. Also, my, view of the Muslims changed. If they could be so heartless to to do that, what would they do next? One of the advantages that I thought that this had on Americans, is that it it brought us all closer together.