First of all, this is posted under Finance, although it's naught but fearmongering.
But the quotes kill me:
Seriously? EVERY day? EVERY time she sees an AIRPLANE? OK, maybe she knew someone who was killed.Lisa Schmidt, 48, of Vancouver, Wash., thinks about Sept. 11 "just about every day" and almost every time she sees a plane.
Oh. Nevermind."The intensity of thinking about it, and confronting the thought of it, still is very uncomfortable and I didn't know anyone who was killed or injured," said Schmidt, owner of a marketing company.
For some people, like Susan Garrison of Carthage, Tenn., her fear of more attacks keeps her away from airports."I will not fly," said the 54-year-old Garrison, even with stepped-up security. She said she hasn't set foot inside a plane since Sept. 11. "These people are the types of people who would get jobs in airports. If they want to kill people, they're going to do it."
Meanwhile, she gets in a car and drives every day...