Where were you?

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From Karla

  • Where were you when Armstrong first walked on the Moon?

    Half of my DNA was wherever my mother was, but that I don't know.

  • Where were you when you heard Princess Di had died?

    I was at home at the parent's place. I was by myself. My brother called the house. I also remember talking about it when I went to church at St Matthias that night.

  • Where were you on New Year�s Eve of 1999/2000?

    NY2K at Homebush. We only just managed to get in the gate before midnight though. We were on the dancefloor and someone came around giving sparklers to people to use. Midnight came and I thought "well we still have power. cool. can party all night" hehe. The only people at CIA that could have done anything about the servers doing anything silly were all at parties all night. Vic and Janelle and I got home at 6am or something, saw that everything was working ok, and didn't think much more of it. hehe.

  • Where were you on Sept.11, 2001?

    I was at CIA. Gamera was being stoopid and fussing over one of its disks. While I was working on it, Marc was online and called me over to tell me. We found pics on the BBC website, and when I saw both towers on fire I know it was deliberate. But the pictures were so small I didn't think too much of it. Came home and turned the telly on and stayed up til 3am watching it all.

  • Where were you when you first heard about the big 2004 Tsunami?

    Can't really remember. The initial reports listed only a few hundred people dead, which didn't really stick in my head. I remember being at J&G's though talking to Ralph about it and watching the news there when the count was more like 15000.

  • Where were you when you first heard that Madonna would go on tour last year?

    er.. did she announce that did she? shrug :)


Marc napoli said:

i was in my apartment chatting on icq and surfing the usual stuff at midnight when a friend from ICQ (amanda) dropped me a message. i didn't understand what she was on about until i turned on the tv and saw the flaming towers on all five channels.

February 16, 2007 9:03 AM


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