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Originally posted by roboe
reply to post by Cassius666
It's an exaggeration.
Anticipating a ban, the builders stopped using the materials by the time they reached the 40th floor of the north tower, the first one to go up.
Nice thread you linked to though, I almost felt I was on Stormfront for a second
Originally posted by Cassius666
According to thise site, from a financial viewpoint the lease on the twin towers would have made no sense from a financial point of view, because the fact they were filled with asbestos and which would have to be removed by a private owner did not make leasing the wtc an attractive buisness.
Is there any truth to it? Or are is that an exageration?edit on 30-1-2011 by Cassius666 because: (no reason given)
Originally posted by QueSeraSera
There was supposedly also the great expense that would have been required to retrofit both "white elephant" towers with current state-of-the-art internet connections. I read that somewhere but can't provide a link to the source right now, as it was several years ago I heard of it. Maybe someone else remembers this too?