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posted on Sep, 9 2002 @ 10:13 PM
Hey all im back from a long vacation from ATS i hated it. Lets get to the point. Im having some bad feelings about SEPT. 11 2002 im mean it like a gut feeling that something bad is goin to happen. If anyone has the same feeling or fact please reply thanks alot later

posted on Sep, 10 2002 @ 12:14 AM
It's funny I read this post just as I got the feeling in my gut that something wasn't right. Weird times to be alive....

I doubt anything catastrophic will happen Wednesday, but I do feel that we're headed toward a very unstable future. I wouldn't be suprised to see Biblical prophecies come true or the very conspiracies we all discuss become confirmed.

posted on Sep, 10 2002 @ 07:05 AM
natural paranoia, gentlemen, unless you're claiming to have unparalleled psychic powers. having experienced terror courtesy of the IRA for many years, i can say with a great degree of certainty that its just your own anxiety.

sure, something ~might~ happen on sep 11th. but its not worth worrying yourself over.

it'll only damage your health.

- qo.
[and that concludes qo's psychiatric clinic for today ....

posted on Sep, 10 2002 @ 10:19 AM
I don't think anything will happen; you guys are much more likely to die in a car accident.
I still am a New Yorker, I still mentally go through how to snap a limb or gouge an eye of folks sitting too close on the train should they get 'froggy'. Still walk the streets processing danger from a possible attack, but, that's just me; I will always wondered about the fools with the headphones being oblivious to potential nastyness.

posted on Sep, 10 2002 @ 02:05 PM
No psychic powers here... no paranoia either. I'm just pretty certain that when the homeland security office is increasing the threat level, there is a good chance they know what they're talking about.

It's easy to say "Que sera, sera" but if the sh!t hits the fan tommorrow...

posted on Sep, 11 2002 @ 09:52 AM
morning of 9/11 and far

posted on Sep, 12 2002 @ 08:45 AM
9 / 11/ 02

Today America lies broken, a nation in shock, As I walk through the streets, on the faces of every man, woman and child, black, white, Hispanic, Asian their glazed look, and dead eyes tell the story of a country that simply cannot come to terms with the devastating fact that today, nothing happened.
Those who finally speak of the traumatic events of sep 11 2002 tell a disturbingly similar story.

"It was terrible, I kept looking up into the sky for planes but there was nothing there, every single building that I saw yesterday is still here, I simply don't know how we will cope with this. I just feel sorry for all the family's who returned from work utterly unharmed"

A hush has descended on this city, the hush of anticipation, and yet, remarkably, despite the massive blow nothing happening has had on our collective psyche, in the midst of this total normality, I witnessed acts of great solidarity, Walking towards the financial district I witnessed a group of business men, arms outstretched, endlessly circling an accountants office making airplane noises, occasionally one would peal off from the group and slam half heartedly into its brick facade, an act both pathetic and yet somehow profound, their selfless act of public humiliation filling some void in our collective consciousness.

Meanwhile in other areas of the city, we saw Police and fire men recreating famous photographs and paintings. On 13th street a group of public sanitation workers who had found a piece of red cloth were frantically waving it in a desperate attempt to recreate Eugene Delacroix's famous French revolutionary image "Liberty Leading the People" whilst further down the street a young student defiantly blocked the passage of a garbage truck one suspects he thought was a tank.

Everywhere you go, the streets are full of people selflessly helping their fellow new Yorkers through the unending normality and boredom of a day which promised so much and, tragically, offered so little by the way of massive industrial destruction or senseless acts of barbaric terrorism.

News stations, inundated with calls to at least show us some pictures of the floods in Europe have closed down out of respect for the utter lack of news whilst world leaders in other nations have sent messages of condolence insisting that they're sure something will happen at a later date.

Meanwhile, as I stare out across a city shocked that on a day such as this, nothing horrible actually happened, I cannot help but close my eyes and imagine my own office collapsing under 20,000 tonnes of rubble, and for a moment, all is well with the world and I am at peace, and then, I open them again and stare out at this all encompassing banality, a suffocating blanket of normality under which nothing has happened today and I think to myself, what a wonderful world.

posted on Sep, 12 2002 @ 10:01 AM
As I tried to accomplish some business yesterday, I was constantly greeted by " How ya holding up?" to which I replied, " OK, but what am I suppose to be holding up?" I sat and pondered if Atlas knows that there's more than his shirt on his back? Guess not.
It seems people have never been in a fight; I often said that was the biggest benefit of my martial arts training - getting hit, repeatedly & hard. It establishes a level to which you can endure, but also an ability to process the damage and prosecute a response. The analogy to everything else in life is obvious.
I'll never make the money back because of business lost to Towers companies. I'm still playing catch up ball in a city that's yet to shake it's economic malaise, and it's grief handicap. More importantly, I'll never lose the memory of business acquaintances lost in the Towers, or let that date be spent in hollow ratings grabs by the corporate media or businesses inclined to say the obvious 'We remember' could you possibly forget?
More importantly, how is 'why' allowed to vintage like a wine cellar bottle? It's dark -dank and some who should be the bringers of light will purposefully forget their flashlights due to complicity, but we need to go down there, blood obligations allow for nothing less.

[Edited on 12-9-2002 by Bout Time]

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