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barb162 Donating Member (1000+ posts) Send PM | Profile | Ignore Thu May-19-05 09:11 PM
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52. yes, very much so
Terrorists can attack anywhere and in any way and 9/11 proved it. I thought and still think they will attack again and I am wondering why they haven't done it here yet since 9/11.
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  -Were you personally AFRAID on/after 9/11? UdoKier  May-19-05 08:00 PM   #0 
  - nope  Solly Mack   May-19-05 08:01 PM   #1 
  - Nope  MuseRider   May-19-05 08:02 PM   #2 
  - I would care!  proud2Blib   May-19-05 10:07 PM   #75 
     - The only thing I can say  MuseRider   May-19-05 10:24 PM   #76 
  - I remember being dazed and grief-stricken.  brainshrub   May-19-05 08:03 PM   #3 
  - No.  Radical Activist   May-19-05 08:03 PM   #4 
  - Afraid of Muslim extremists? No. Afraid of Christian extremists...  Fridays Child   May-19-05 08:04 PM   #5 
  - bush scared me right after 9/11. still does.  bullimiami   May-19-05 08:06 PM   #6 
  - Yes, I admit I was scared  Piperay   May-19-05 08:06 PM   #7 
  - I had fears that day  Don Claybrook   May-19-05 08:07 PM   #8 
  - I was scared because  libnnc   May-19-05 08:07 PM   #9 
  - Me....I got really afraid during election 2000.....and not a minute  FrenchieCat   May-19-05 08:08 PM   #10 
  - I was sickened, sad, then angry.  mpanno   May-19-05 08:10 PM   #11 
  - I was with a friend  joneschick   May-19-05 08:10 PM   #12 
  - As a Brit, my feelings were initially immense sympathy  bennywhale   May-19-05 08:13 PM   #13 
  - I still think: oh fuck, this is used to start WW3, mixed feelings  uppityperson   May-19-05 09:27 PM   #61 
  - Yes - sympathy and shock sums it up  Nihil   May-20-05 08:40 AM   #133 
  - Not afraid but..  Kingshakabobo   May-19-05 08:13 PM   #14 
  - the Sears Tower thing...  Withywindle   May-19-05 11:28 PM   #87 
  - Pshaw  Walt Starr   May-20-05 09:39 AM   #136 
     - Honestly, I didn't think it would happen to....  Kingshakabobo   May-20-05 02:44 PM   #152 
  - my fear was of Bush  ithacan   May-19-05 08:14 PM   #15 
  - Mine, too. Immediately. And I remember him intimating  sfexpat2000   May-20-05 02:53 AM   #103 
  - I became afraid when the roadways in Florida near military...  whistle   May-19-05 08:14 PM   #16 
  - I was in the DC area and, yes, I was afraid but people here stayed calm.  autorank   May-19-05 08:14 PM   #17 
  - You know, I do not recall Bush doing that speech.  CBHagman   May-19-05 09:25 PM   #60 
     - This is now getting strange. I'm sure I saw it but now my wife is  autorank   May-19-05 10:26 PM   #77 
     - That was the  Chomskyite   May-20-05 01:46 AM   #98 
  - I was afraid of the crazies looking to beat up brown people AND  indie_voter   May-19-05 08:15 PM   #18 
  - I wasn't personally afraid for myself or my family.  personman   May-19-05 08:15 PM   #19 
  - No.  Bouncy Ball   May-19-05 08:16 PM   #20 
  - As I mentioned before on this thread,  phylny   May-20-05 05:45 AM   #109 
     - Yep. I talked to several teachers who wanted to run out  Bouncy Ball   May-20-05 08:16 AM   #127 
  - No, not afraid, just sad to my core. n/t  Blue_In_AK   May-19-05 08:16 PM   #21 
  - * and friends are a LOT scarier than terrorists!!  HuskiesHowls   May-19-05 08:16 PM   #22 
  - Not Afraid Because Only The Body Count Was Real  corbett   May-19-05 08:17 PM   #23 
  - I wasn't really afraid for myself  HeeBGBz   May-19-05 08:18 PM   #24 
  - I admit  cbear70   May-19-05 08:20 PM   #25 
  - 9/ 11 HAS ABSOLUTELY NOTHING TO DO WITH MY PRESENT CONCERNS!  Just Me   May-19-05 08:22 PM   #26 
  - I Did Have A Couple Of Unnerving Moments.  jayfish   May-19-05 08:23 PM   #27 
  - Not really afraid of another attack.  classof56   May-19-05 08:25 PM   #28 
  - No, I Was Expecting It  thecai   May-19-05 08:25 PM   #29 
  - No  Gormy Cuss   May-19-05 08:27 PM   #30 
  - I live 25 miles from one of the largest inventories of nerve gas  B Calm   May-19-05 08:27 PM   #31 
  - For myself no  Lannes   May-19-05 08:29 PM   #33 
  - I was more shocked than scared, until I smelled it.  dave123williams   May-19-05 08:29 PM   #32 
  - Naw, I did the math right away...  yowzayowzayowza   May-19-05 08:32 PM   #34 
  - I wasn't afraid for myself but I really wanted to get my kid  SW FL Dem   May-19-05 08:32 PM   #35 
  - Not afraid for a microsecond!  Birthmark   May-19-05 08:35 PM   #36 
  - Yes I was terrified.  Bluebear   May-19-05 08:38 PM   #37 
  - I was 6 blocks from WTC when plane 1 hit, and 3 blocks when plane 2 hit  alcibiades_mystery   May-19-05 08:44 PM   #38 
  - I Can't Imagine...  jayfish   May-19-05 08:57 PM   #46 
  - I was a little afraid but not much.  cat_girl25   May-19-05 08:46 PM   #39 
  - I was afraid for several people I knew  amazona   May-19-05 08:48 PM   #40 
  - Condi had already blown her assignment as head of national security,  oasis   May-19-05 08:50 PM   #41 
  - I saw a report that said that she didnt even know that was part of her job  Lannes   May-19-05 08:57 PM   #45 
  - Hell NO! Just aggravated that I knew we had been had by the regime  lonestarnot   May-19-05 08:52 PM   #42 
  - Nope  ken-in-seattle   May-19-05 08:52 PM   #43 
  - You realize that the "jerkwads in Herndon VA"  phylny   May-20-05 05:59 AM   #112 
     - Their job at the time was to deal with the emergency, just like mine.  ken-in-seattle   May-20-05 06:52 AM   #116 
        - How gallant of you to be so understanding.  phylny   May-20-05 11:32 AM   #149 
  - I was horrified watching the 2nd tower fall down..  DearAbby   May-19-05 08:54 PM   #44 
  - I wasn't scared. I was very, very pissed off.  MrSlayer   May-19-05 08:57 PM   #47 
  - I voted YES  sharonking21   May-19-05 09:02 PM   #48 
  - I was in another country  expatriate   May-19-05 09:04 PM   #49 
  - worked in the penthouse of a famous Chicago highrise...  sabra   May-19-05 09:06 PM   #50 
  - I was in another country  expatriate   May-19-05 09:06 PM   #51 
  - yes, very much so  barb162   May-19-05 09:11 PM   #52 
  - I was devastated for the people who had died  TheGoldenRule   May-19-05 09:11 PM   #53 
  - I was concerned about my children  cmd   May-19-05 09:13 PM   #54 
  - Sad and angry and certainly uneasy  tinfoilinfor2005   May-19-05 09:17 PM   #55 
  - I was in DC and had relatives and friends in New York.  CBHagman   May-19-05 09:18 PM   #56 
  - No, just heartbroken. I remember thinking, at the time, 'this is how  djmaddox1   May-19-05 09:20 PM   #57 
  - Yeah, kind of afraid - my office is 6 blocks from Sears Tower, 30th floor  kysrsoze   May-19-05 09:21 PM   #58 
  - my hubby works right there, too  mopinko   May-19-05 09:30 PM   #63 
  - Shit, Yeah! I Was Fuckin' SCARED.  mcscajun   May-19-05 09:23 PM   #59 
  - Nope. I was in a house out in the sticks.  Ladyhawk   May-19-05 09:30 PM   #62 
  - I was a little afraid, but only because I live near Oak Ridge.  Clark2008   May-19-05 09:33 PM   #64 
  - I Was Sick Because Of The Tragic Events On My Beloved Nation  BamaLefty   May-19-05 09:36 PM   #65 
  - Yes  davekriss   May-19-05 09:38 PM   #66 
  - My fiancee was in a train under the WTC when the first plane hit.  geek tragedy   May-19-05 09:40 PM   #67 
  - I remember that day  FreedomAngel82   May-19-05 09:48 PM   #68 
  - I know what you mean...  CJCRANE   May-20-05 06:37 AM   #114 
  - I was in a high school in suburban NJ...so no  Reverend_Smitty   May-19-05 09:51 PM   #69 
  - My partner was in the air when it happened --  SmokingJacket   May-19-05 09:54 PM   #70 
  - NO! I still think we need to be more afraid of US terrorists!  napi21   May-19-05 10:00 PM   #71 
  - I was absolutely terrified, and I don't see how  liberalhistorian   May-19-05 10:03 PM   #72 
  - yeah I think there's a lot of memory editing that goes on  amazona   May-20-05 09:44 AM   #138 
  - Yes,  cally   May-19-05 10:04 PM   #73 
  - In NYC that day, I was terrified, though I laugh about it now!  ladeuxiemevoiture   May-19-05 10:06 PM   #74 
  - My wife was, I wasn't  Walt Starr   May-19-05 10:28 PM   #78 
  - No... Mad but not afraid..  XOKCowboy   May-19-05 10:38 PM   #79 
  - I was afraid for family in D.C. and a little for my own family  fed-up   May-19-05 10:43 PM   #80 
  - I'm in Nebraska. Who's going to bother with terrorizing Nebraska?  norml   May-19-05 10:47 PM   #81 
  - Afraid?  undergroundpanther   May-19-05 10:50 PM   #82 
  - On 9/23 I had a family emergency that necessitates going to the airport  question everything   May-19-05 10:54 PM   #83 
  - no  viva la resistance   May-19-05 10:56 PM   #84 
  - I was scared  NYFlip   May-19-05 11:12 PM   #85 
  - Not for myself (I was home that day) but ..  Withywindle   May-19-05 11:23 PM   #86 
  - personally afraid of the bushturdgang  leftofthedial   May-19-05 11:30 PM   #88 
  - I was in Midtown Manhattan when it happened.  BurtWorm   May-19-05 11:39 PM   #89 
  - I was PISSED  fortyfeetunder   May-20-05 12:00 AM   #90 
  - While all the airplanes were being grounded, I felt uneasy.  Lindacooks   May-20-05 12:19 AM   #91 
  - Unsettled, but not afraid.  6000eliot   May-20-05 12:20 AM   #92 
  - A little afraid of leaving a young orphan if we were hit too..  lostnfound   May-20-05 12:23 AM   #93 
  - No -- but I live in rural Georgia. HOWEVER,  Eloriel   May-20-05 12:25 AM   #94 
  - I was afraid, only because I knew who was REALLY behind this shit.  AntiCoup2K4   May-20-05 01:09 AM   #95 
  - I was at home asleep after working a second shift job.  bumblebee1   May-20-05 01:22 AM   #96 
  - I was afraid for my country  Chomskyite   May-20-05 01:40 AM   #97 
  - I was afraid of the government's response  AlienGirl   May-20-05 01:50 AM   #99 
  - Not so much afraid as stunned.  Seabiscuit   May-20-05 02:30 AM   #100 
  - I was devastated by the loss of human life, but not afraid  Vektor   May-20-05 02:42 AM   #101 
  - No, not afraid, but many others seemed terrified.  anitar1   May-20-05 02:42 AM   #102 
  - I live in Bumfuck, Mississippi.  Devlzown   May-20-05 03:03 AM   #104 
  - LOl --  Eloriel   May-20-05 08:21 AM   #129 
  - Not afraid, but angry and troubled. My wife was stuck 3,000 miles away..  KrazyKat   May-20-05 04:49 AM   #105 
  - Or if...  yibbehobba   May-20-05 05:30 AM   #106 
  - No, but I was concerned and wondered how this could happen.  0007   May-20-05 05:32 AM   #107 
  - I lived about 10 miles from Dulles Airport in Virginia  phylny   May-20-05 05:36 AM   #108 
  - yes the lack of airplanes overhead the next day was so creepy  marions ghost   May-20-05 08:00 AM   #126 
  - There was one moment. I live 50 miles north of NYC and my son and  OmmmSweetOmmm   May-20-05 05:52 AM   #110 
  - Afraid for my husband who was outside the WTC when 2nd plane hit  bklyncowgirl   May-20-05 05:54 AM   #111 
  - We live near a nuclear power plant and a few months after 9/11  Vinca   May-20-05 06:08 AM   #113 
  - I wasnt afraid  morgan2   May-20-05 06:38 AM   #115 
  - I was afraid  China_cat   May-20-05 06:52 AM   #117 
  - I shouldn't have been.  HypnoToad   May-20-05 07:04 AM   #118 
  - No, but I was a little worried about flying for a while.  katinmn   May-20-05 07:06 AM   #119 
  - I live across the river from the WTC...  JHB   May-20-05 07:13 AM   #120 
  - Wasn't afraid for myself  pnb   May-20-05 07:16 AM   #121 
  - No but I knew my Muslim co-workers were  lukasahero   May-20-05 07:20 AM   #122 
  - Not personally, no....  Bridget Burke   May-20-05 07:25 AM   #123 
  - I live in Orlando, Florida...  dryan   May-20-05 07:47 AM   #124 
  - I was in DC that day, about 4 blocks from the White House  MiniMe   May-20-05 07:51 AM   #125 
  - Working in a government building? Yep, I was a tad jumpy, as  blondeatlast   May-20-05 08:18 AM   #128 
  - When my neighbor asked me why I wasn't pulling my kids out of school  FLDem5   May-20-05 08:24 AM   #130 
  - I Was Not Afraid  RobinA   May-20-05 08:26 AM   #131 
  - My Fears  lse7581011   May-20-05 08:28 AM   #132 
  - I was in NYC, though I wasn't really afraid  DireStrike   May-20-05 08:47 AM   #134 
  - I was a little afraid because my husband is a federal employee...  Debbi801   May-20-05 08:56 AM   #135 
  - I lived in NYC during that time,  Dorian Gray   May-20-05 09:40 AM   #137 
  - I was shocked... and I can't say that I was afraid...  Blue Belle   May-20-05 10:06 AM   #139 
  - Who gives a rat's ass about San Antonio?  ceile   May-20-05 10:11 AM   #140 
  - I care. n/t  im10ashus   May-20-05 10:38 AM   #143 
  - I was a little frightened.  im10ashus   May-20-05 10:30 AM   #141 
  - Shocked and amazed...but one thing was clear....  Baclava   May-20-05 10:36 AM   #142 
  - ONLY FROM MY OWN COUNTRY  clem_c_rock   May-20-05 10:40 AM   #144 
  - I'd honestly love to see the results  alarcoeg   May-20-05 10:43 AM   #145 
  - I. was. not. afraid.  FLDem5   May-20-05 10:50 AM   #146 
  - I believe you as an individual  alarcoeg   May-20-05 10:55 AM   #148 
  - Neither do I.  smbolisnch   May-20-05 11:37 AM   #150 
  - I work at the Washington Navy Yard  minerva50   May-20-05 10:50 AM   #147 
  - UK viewpoint -  CJCRANE   May-20-05 01:50 PM   #151 
  - Yes. I was living in Nashville, which is near the Oak Ridge nuclear  RandomKoolzip   May-20-05 02:56 PM   #153 
  - I wasn't personally afraid but I did feel stunned/shocked by  gkhouston   May-20-05 03:22 PM   #154 
  - Not afraid exactly- but very aware  lastliberalintexas   May-20-05 03:32 PM   #155 
  - I was working at a hospital less than 2 miles from the WTC..  Princess Turandot   May-20-05 05:24 PM   #156 
  - I was in Boston, and no. Not afraid, freaked, shocked,  Shoeempress   May-20-05 05:26 PM   #157 
  - I am sorry but I think  sharonking21   May-20-05 07:37 PM   #158 
 

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