Sarah Bunting is one of the many people who have put their September 11th stories online, and on the 8th anniversary she adds a little update to hers. First of all, she is looking for Don; she explains, "Don is a man I met on September 11, 2001. Don and I became 'disaster buddies,' and ever since, I've wanted to thank him for hanging out with me and helping me keep it together—but I haven't seen or heard from him since we parted ways late that morning." It was Don's birthday that morning (happy birthday, Don!) and he had just come in from Jersey City. Sarah says they "met in the lobby of the Bank of New York building, located roughly at Wall Street and Broadway. We left the bank together at approximately 11 that morning." She describes him as an "African-American man ... between 25 and 35 on that day. That means he's 30-ish to 40 now ... between 5'9" and 6' tall, and probably weighed 160-180 pounds. [He] is everything good and friendly about the world." Aw, so the search is still on after all these years, and she asks everyone to "do me a favor: pass it on. FB it, tweet it, whatever you got ... we gotta find this dude." Someone make a police sketch! And isn't it so strange to think about how there wasn't Twitter back then?