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originally posted by: Bluntone22
a reply to: GeauxHomeYoureDrunk
I think it popped on a Sunday morning so you must have watched it Monday morning.
It was probably all over the news on Monday.
"One minute you've got landmarks all over. You know where the stream is, where the roads are. [The next second] No roads. No streams. No nothing. I mean, just gone. It was like it picked you up and put you on a different planet."
originally posted by: ketsuko
I remember it vaguely being a thing, but I was only in kindergarten.
originally posted by: ChiefD
I was 15 years old. I remember seeing it on the morning news, and I was just floored. The next few days it was a little hazy outside, but we didn’t get anywhere near the ash fall places west of us got. I do remember hearing a few months later that it did effect the bees and the honey crop was very bad that year just from the little bit of fallout we got. I’ve stood near an active volcano (Kilauea) in Hawaii, and it was frightening and creepy. I couldn’t get away fast enough. I don’t want to be anywhere near an active volcano.
originally posted by: BrianFlanders
I was 7 years old. I remember hearing them talk about it on TV but not very well. My earliest memory of TV news was the Iran hostage thing and and wondering what the word "Vollent" meant.