I bet every single one of us remembers where they were that morning.
With the first tower I was in the kitchen with a cup of coffee packing my lunch for work with the morning new on. I thought, “My God, what a horrible accident.” Driving to work it didn’t make any sense for an airliner to be in that airspace at that altitude. In my office the second one hit and it was crystal clear this was no accident.
I posted my annual retelling of my whereabouts on the Freeper Canteen thread. Id link to it, but Im on my iPad right now. That stuff is easier to do when I get to a pc.
Last night, the National Geographic channel (I believe) had former President Bush on there telling about his exact experiences of that day.
They showed the destroyed World Trade Center buildings but did not show the photos of the people jumping out of the buildings. Bush did mention that though.
I do not like him now that he is an anti-Trumper - but he was a calming influence back at that time, IMHO.
It is worth watching if there is a replay today.
I was in a Loomis-Fargo armored truck halfway between Kernersville NC and Raleigh NC. Realized something bad had happened when we arrived at Raleigh and there were 35 guys standing outside with shotguns. I will always remember that.