Q: How do you observe the anniversary of the 9/11 terrorists attacks?
Sept. 10, 2010 at 4:10 a.m.
A: I'll take a moment of my time and remember the worst attack on the U.S. ever. These were not military targets like Pearl Harbor. This was the murder of innocent victims.
Stephen Kempel, Sprint international technical support, Victoria
A: Of course I'll remember it's 9/11, but probably won't do anything special. I will always remember it. After you've seen something like that, you never forget.
Matt Marek, avionics technician, Port Lavaca
A: 9/11 was one of the reasons I joined the military. We will have a family barbecue and have a moment of silence or prayer. I spend it with family and friends, people who mean something to me.
Cody McGarity, customer service associate, Victoria
A: I remember it like it was yesterday and will never forget the people who died. I'll take a moment and light a candle, and I have a plaque I put outside my door. I actually went to work for the Department of Homeland Security as a screener at the airport after 9/11.
Julie Zimmerman, theater general manager, Victoria