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Old 05-02-2004, 04:37 PM   #61
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Originally Posted by MisterQ
On Sept. 11 the first thing I thought was to call my mom so she wouldn't freak out when she saw it on TV. (turns out the phone lines were completely jammed so it took hours to get through, but that's another story)...
Same here, Q. I was trying to call people for hours and couldn't get through. My family was panicking because they'd been trying to call me and didn't know if I got to work or not (my office is a block away from WTC).

That day was just too surreal.
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