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2006-09-12 - 10:14 a.m.
In the tradition of most other sites, here's where I was, five years ago yesterday:
My then-fiancee called me from work with the news about the attack. I immediately switched on the TV and watched for about three hours...and it was pretty much the same footage, over and over. My brain had a hard time wrapping around the concept. The Towers. The Pentagon. And (almost) the White House.
It got so depressing I turned the news off and started watching Monty Python.
Humor helped me get a grip. And it continues to do so, even today.
For instance: the monster who started all this always wears a turban. Ever wonder why?
And here's a video showing how we REALLY beat the Taliban.
Not to mention how folks felt.
So get out and have a giggle.
Be seeing you.
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