On our Tuesday show, we spent a lot of time talking about our experiences from September 11 2001. We also took your phone calls & tweets about memories from that awful day 17 years ago. You can read some of those tweets below.
Back in 2004, On Speedfreaks Lemmy Killmister from Motorhead joined Kenny, Crash & Stattman and talked about how he felt 9/11 changed his life as someone who constantly toured the world and someone who was born in the UK.
It’s a fascinating discussion that spans from the blitz of World War II to the TSA and America’s place in the world.
I was in my classroom teaching 1at graders..after they found out..all asking me if they were going to die...one of the hardest days in my teaching career— Meagyun (@ladyndewgreen88) September 11, 2018
I was stationed at Goodfellow AFB Texas training young firefighters 17 years ago today.— Chris (@Gonzopup0112) September 11, 2018
I was at home trying desperately to find my sister who worked on Law n Order down there. Finally 6 hours later she called mom. Scariest day of my life..— Just call me Granny (@SamJones917) September 12, 2018