I was sitting on my couch at home on my second or third cup of coffee watching Imus In The Morning on MSNBC. I remember it it being a Tuesday morning and how unusual it was for me to be at home, as Tuesday's are my normal get-away-day for business trips. The regular anchors broke into the Imus broadcast. They appeared to be perched atop a roof in NYC with the burning World Trade Center in the background. As they were trying to explain what they thougt had happened, I will never forget the image of the second airliner banking and flying directly into the second tower on live tv. I was surprised by the lack of reaction from the MSNBC anchors who were not aware of what happned until a producer must have told them in their earpiece. The days following were spent directly in front of the tv. But I do remember vividly sitting on the front porch of my house in the evenings in complete silence. I live in a rural area but directly below the flight path of a major airport, and adjancent to CSX rail line. For many days everything was silent, not even much road traffic noise as most transportation in the US stopped. God Bless America.