I was there before either tower fell down. It was familiar. As a single hit, it was bigger than anything I'd ever seen. I'd been in Beirut and Bosnia when they were hit, so I was familiar with working in places where there was a lot of chaos and destruction. There were hundreds of firemen there doing their work. In Grozny you never saw a fire truck. A fire truck was a target.
Will you be going to Iraq?
I dread the thought. No, I shouldn't say that. If there's a war there, I'll go. I really hope there isn't. I don't think it will do much for pro-American sentiment.