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Nothing will ever be the same was the constant refrain after the twin towers attacks. But in daily life it doesn't seem like much has changed. In 2001, I was in first grade, and nothing in my daily routine changed. Some of my classmates who were Arab or Indian had a tough time coming back to school since the terrorists were supposedly Islamic extremists from parts of the Middle East. This made my friends and I look at them differently. I was never really friends with any of them, but I felt sympathy for them because they were out casted for a while. An immediate reaction after the attacks was that everyone was on high alert, and suspicious of everything.

A weird incidence happened to me that occurred days after the attacks. Every morning before school my two friends and I, who were also my neighbors, would meet outside my house which was the bus stop. My friend Myles had a great idea at the time. To skip school by hiding from the bus. An hour later the school notified our parents of our absence. This set off major panic, and a huge man hunt to find us. Many teachers, police officers and fireman were called to help locate where we were. They later found us playing in the forest behind my house. For a time our parents and many others were thinking that a terrorist or a person kid napped us. This panic was caused by the change in thought which still occurs today.

Today the priority at airports is to make sure that nothing like 9/11 will ever happen again. Following September 11, 2001, the Transportation Security Administration (TSA) was created to strengthen the security of the nation’s transportation systems and ensure the freedom of movement for people and commerce. Today, TSA secures the nation’s airports and screens all commercial airline passengers and baggage. This is one that people notice the most when asked, How has your life changed after 9/11?, and honestly this is the only major thing in my life that I also noticed. Perhaps the... Show More

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