reply to post by REMISNE
I'd just like you to know how totally incorrect that statement is.
To a pilot.
We don't work "around" them, we work IN them...
....but, this is the LAST time I will be baited, because it's gone on long enough.
...and this might get deleted, anyhow. Take it up in another thread, if you can find an appropriate forum topic for such a silly claim.
(PS....if you want to get technical, an automobile's shock absorber could also be consdered "pneudraulic"...but, again, go down to your local auto
mechanic and ask HIM about it...and wait for the blank stare).
So anyway, could someone please explain to me why Daniel Sanjata and the WAC have any real relevance, when compared to the vast majority of OTHER 9/11
survivors who likely don't speak up, either because they disagree with Mr. Sanjata and the WAC, and don't want to associate with them, or reluctant
to invite the ridicule that even trying to talk about them might entail.
(I had trouble watching, after the first few minutes of Part 1...not technical problems, just wondering why anyone would waste their time. So, anyone
who has SEEN all two hundred parts, with a synopsis??? Thanks).
Let me re-phrase that question:
How many 9/11 survivors exist?
AND, why aren't every single one of them onboard with the WAC, and its goals??
Not to be argumentative, but IF Mr. Sanjata, et al, have a valid set of points to make, why are their voices not joined by hundreds and hundreds of
(And, before the topic of the various "professionals" who "question" events --- again, a very very small minority --- most of those people were
NOT there, and are merely Monday-morning quarterbacking. Which, it would seem, is the best way to describe just about all of these "truthers" as
[edit on 2 February 2010 by weedwhacker]