posted on Sep, 12 2013 @ 03:54 PM
HI. Another Texan here. Glad to see a curious mind. Interesting picture you painted of the pentagon the day after.
Yepp, I remember working at Booz Allen & Hamilton the morning of the attacks (Yepp, I'm a HS drop out too...kinda made me chuckle when Ed Snowden
first came to light and everyone started harping on how no HS dropout could POSSIBLY get a job for BAH...well, I did...and he did too)...everyone just
vacated the building. I immediately drove home (BAH headquarters are out west of DC, if I remember correctly along the rt66 corrider towards Dulles),
and stopped on the way home ( I owned a house north of Old Town Alexandria, but just south of Crystal City, kind of on the border between the two )
to hit as many ATM's as I could to take out my day's allotment of cash. I was concerned that the banking system would go down, considering there
were many satellite dishes, etc on top of the WTC buildings. I put the money into ziplock baggies and then burried them in the bottom of the dogfood
container (which held some thirty or so lbs of dogfood) just in case...
My ex wife was from the UK. She was desperate to get back to the UK at this point. She was on the first flight out of BWI on 9/15...
Every night, we could hear afterburners kicking in from military aircraft..and the sirens were erie....
I know folks that swear up and down they were driving along 110 or 50 that day, and saw the airplane come in for the attack on the Pentagon. But
honestly, if you grow up in a place like DC, you know that many people are simply conditioned to parrot almost anything they hear or were told. For
instance, my mother was a civilian typist on Project BlueBook... and when she was alive, every few years, I would quiz her on it...and her answers
every single time were identical "I type over 150wpm, there is no way I could possibly be reading what I was transcribing...and besides, they had
armed military guards come into the room where we typists were and would confiscate any used typewriter ribbon we had..." Not to mention a buddy of
mine who worked on Minute Mans in the dakotas...knowing full well he was briefed on UFO's...yet anytime I ask him anything, the answer is always
negative and identical to the last answer he gave....
Funny how people can be trained...
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