Where Were You, When You Heard bin Laden Was Dead?
One of the saddest questions everyone has an answer for is “Where were you, when the towers fell?” It triggers feelings of anger, sorrow, and painful loss. Here is another question and what emotions it makes you feel, when you answer it are entirely up to you?
Where were you, when we got the POS, that did it!?”
Late on a Sunday night, where were you when the Twitterverse started buzzing about a Presidential address? On a Sunday night?! Could it be about Libya or a high level resignation?
Could President Obama be calling this emergency address, just to tick off Donald Trump and interrupt one of the biggest episodes of Celebrity Apprentice, ever?
What time did you start watching? Did you get frustrated at the hour long delay before the announcement? What network did you watch? Did you go with Brian Williams on NBC, Wolf Blitzer on CNN, or did you have the strength to watch Geraldo Rivera confuse Obama and Osama about 5 times?
Who were you with? How did you feel when the President walked up that long hallway, to the podium? Were you exited at the possibility of the death of one of the most evil men in history? Were you thinking about 2012? I know some of you were! When President Obama finally announced the death of Osama Bin Laden, did you cheer? Were you quiet? If you were personally affected by 9/11 or the war on terror, did you finally feel that one of the greatest injustices in American history was made right?
Okay, enough questions. I’ll share.
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House sitting, with most ridiculous cat you’ve ever met. Flipping back and forth between local news coverage and the Mets-Phillies game. Laptop streaming tweets, then one mention of a possible announcement of a Presidential address. The first question that came to mind, was probably what most Americans were thinking. What could be so important that the Commander in Chief needs to address the country on a Sunday night, of all times! First, it was early speculation that Qadaffi was dead. After all, the world has concentrating on him for the last few months.