Ah.. but it's the heart of the financial world. Several of the futures
exchanges we work with are within spitting distance of the towers.
(NYBOT, maybe CME)
All trading has stopped. The biggest markets in the world are off-line.
dooms day stuff :(
Noel Carroll wrote:
>> I really hope there wasn't 50,000 people at work at the time. Thats just
> way, way too fucked up. Anyway, why the WTC? I wouldn't have figured it to
> be a centre or symbol of Americanism? The Pentagon and State dept. sure,
> but not that. Aside from that, how do you coordinate something so big
> without any US intelligence finding out? This is so bad, considering
> George Bush Snr's little gulf war jaunt over Kuwait, one wonders what dubya
> is going to do. I know his old man was a bit crazy, but dubya's mad as a
> coot! Oh fuck!!!
>> > -----Original Message-----
> > From: Ross Lynch [mailto:kernel at esatclear.ie]
> > Sent: Tuesday, September 11, 2001 3:09 PM
> > To: Dale Dunlea; Donncha O Caoimh; ilug at linux.ie> > Subject: RE: [ILUG] [OT] FYI: Newsflash
> > > Anything I've read just said that the
> > > plane was "capable of carrying 100
> > > people". That's more giving an indication
> > > of the size of the plane and
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