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Isn’t it funny what the people that want to believe the official story will do to keep their bubble of safety in their mind intact. As many have pointed out and besides the myriad of things that the author did not approach honestly and the other myriads of things he didn’t even approach, there are some of us that know beyond a doubt it was an inside job. Besides all of the beyond reasonable doubt proofs that already exist.

I will give you one undeniable reason. That very morning a friend was to go to work in the towers but was called by his uncle at about 7am and told not to show up today because something was going down.. Pretty amazing huh.. how prophetic. Something was going down allright… The buildings.. There have been many people with this same story threatened if they publish these facts in an accountable way. I wonder why..

Sit in your bubble while the insider rulers rip your country out from underneath your comfy office seat.. And you will deserve that seat being yanked from out beneath you. That old saying is well at work, the bigger the lie the easier it is believed.

Barry Lee, Skeptic Magazine 18 Comments [1/3/2010 12:43:19 AM]
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Katsuro

"I will give you one undeniable reason. That very morning a friend was to go to work in the towers but was called by his uncle at about 7am and told not to show up today because something was going down.. Pretty amazing huh."

Wow, some random guy on the internet knows some other random guy who said he was told by some other random guy to stay away from the towers! That's all the proof I need! IT'S A CONSPIRACY AHHHHHHHHHHH!!!!!!!!!!!

1/3/2010 2:36:51 AM



Until you give us evidence of those guys, you know, your friend and his uncle, I will consider you the one living to be you.

1/3/2010 3:52:20 AM

Pule Thamex

Too true brother. I once read on the internet somewhere where someone said that a friend of his sister's auntie's son-in-law heard somewhere or the other that a woman talking to a man on a bus about how his daughter's husband's new secretary's uncle had heard that a woman buying fish in the market was told by the fishmonger that his, the fishmonger's, son's girlfriend's mother's cat had once overheard that um, er, I've forgotten what I was going to say now. Oh, well. Never mind. It couldn't have been important.

1/3/2010 6:17:43 AM

Smilodon

Evidence please.

1/3/2010 7:11:35 AM

aaa

Yay, yet another gullible knob.

1/3/2010 9:11:31 AM

Percy Q. Shunn

the bigger the lie the easier it is believed.

Yes, christianity springs immediately to mind...

1/3/2010 10:22:08 AM

Antichrist

Why am I willing to take the word of the engineers that built the buildings over yours?

Because they actually know what the hell they are talking about.

Oh, and my friends mothers exboyfriends mistress was abducted by aliens. True story!

1/3/2010 10:35:58 AM

Vegetable Rights Activist


1/3/2010 2:35:29 PM

myheadhurts

Authenticate anecdotes, find some hard evidence, stop watching Faux News, and then I'll listen to what you have to say.

1/3/2010 3:34:34 PM

Rambler

Well I woke up feeling like something bad was going to happen!

But then that was because the weather outside sucked.

1/3/2010 4:43:33 PM

Leto

@Percy Q. Shunn


who the hell said anything about christianity

1/3/2010 8:40:06 PM

Tolpuddle Martyr

Edited out the second part of his friends story.

"...Lisa and Ernie are getting married..."

1/4/2010 2:40:41 AM

Kat

Right, and 2Pac is still alive with Elvis and Michael Jackson in Tahiti because a friend's cousin saw them there.

Ancedotals hardly count as proof.

1/5/2010 11:22:54 AM

Doubting Thomas

So an anecdote about an unnamed friend getting a warning from his unnamed uncle who just happened to know about 9/11 in advance is undeniable evidence? And to top it off there are many other unnamed people who are being threatened if they make these stories known, but here you are posting it on the internet? OK I'm convinced now.

1/5/2010 11:40:27 AM

Dr. Novakaine

The same thing was reported several times about the Titanic. Thing is, I'll bet it happens a lot more often, but most people don't hear about it because nothing happens to validate the warnings.

1/5/2010 1:56:12 PM



At least he didn't say the "friend" who was warned was a Jew, like they usually do.

1/8/2010 8:36:52 PM

Blaidd Drwg

Data is NOT the plural of "anecdote"!

1/12/2010 5:20:36 PM

Marc

I will give you one undeniable reason. That very morning a friend was to go to work in the towers but was called by his uncle at about 7am and told not to show up today because something was going down.

I'll tell you what. I'll grant you that your friend's uncle actually warned him about going to work that day because "something was going down."

My bet, however, until I've heard what the uncle has to say, is that the "something" to which he was referring had absolutely nothing whatsoever to do with the towers coming down. It could have been a mass buttchewing by the managers, or a surprise inspection, or even the boss planning on firing the guy.

All three are more likely than what you're trying to claim here.

1/14/2010 6:18:28 PM
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