Monday HuffPost Edition – Ten things I’ve learned from 9/11

1. I remember waking up and going to work on Sept. 11, 2001. At the time I was working at a call centre for a growing company with franchises throughout the U.S. The lines were almost dead, and we were glued to our computers. Once in a while a call would come in from somebody in Davenport, Illinois or San Jose, California; someone calling our business just to talk, to understand what had happened. It was chilling and surreal.

2. Shortly after Sept. 11, I knew there would be some reaction. There had to be. At the time, I remember not being fully opposed to the war in Afghanistan. At the very least, I understood the motivation for it. You can’t be the USA, be attacked, and not attack back. It’s like Tony Soprano…

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