How old are you and what was you doing when the invasion of Iraq happened?
I was 18, first year collage, there was a bunch of students, watching on the campus television. In front of me, there was this girl I had the hot for, but she always has a bunch of friends around, so never got the chance to talk to her. I saw reporters station in a bagdad hotel filming the image of bombs dropping there was sirans of Iraqi emergency services, another reporters show image of US warships missile firing. Then saw another reporter, showing 2 F16 took off from an air craft carrier, but the air craft carrier image wasn't good, it keep breaking up.
I'm 22 now so I think I was in high school. At the time I had no care of wars and politics.
by BristolBoy8 years ago
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by pisean2823117 years ago
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by Sooner285 years ago
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