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...it would be impossible for someone trained in the types of planes the terrorist was to controll a jumbo and then crash it into a building like the Pentagon.
The fact I mentioned was actually in the show, about it being impossible for the terrorist to fly the plane into pentagon.
Originally posted by Evanescence
Jesse Ventura is a dolt and a bully.
The guy basically tries to intimidate those who disagree with his incoherent, illogical ramblings through his brawn or his "extensive" military and political experience (who's to disagree with a former governor like him)! He loves to remind people every single show how important he is!
If you didn't realize it by now he is using every single one of you who watch this show and believe his bull in the biggest conspiracy of all! He essentially lines his pockets by spouting popular drivel that appeals to mass emotional sentiment and a gap in understanding and education.
Debating conspiracy theories is great! Listening to Mr. Gubner simplify everything to a black-white dichotomy, engage in sly editing and a misuse of information and using his loud voice and presence to threaten people...not so much.
The fact that the show is as popular as it is shows the sad state of the American psyche.
Originally posted by QueSeraSera
I see...so people should watch Dancing With the Stars, or American Idol instead?
As heavy-handed and even relatively simplistic as it has been at times, Jesse's show does bring up issues that many people in this country had never known about. I just wish he would have left out any connection he had with that hysterical Alex Jones. His credibility was damaged by that association, I'm afraid.
I spoke to my best freinds father who flys for British airways, Jumbos, like the alleged plane that hit the Pentagon and he agreed the psysics involved would tear the plane apart during the moves supposedly performed by said plane and the experience needed to hit the building would be enormous, he said he couldnt do it and no one he knows could do it. Psychologically the terrorist would be under a great deal of stress and he would not be able to concentrate on the job in hand.
Originally posted by weedwhacker
AND, no....United 93 was NOT "shot down". Rummy, in that press conference, was already aware (he WAS SecDef, after all) that Bush had ordered the intercept, and had authorized the shot-down, IF necessary, of UAL 93. Rummy knew this authorization had been given....and, in that interview, early on (before all the ditails came out) he natually assumed that the Air National Guard airplanes had found UAL 93, AND shot it down, when he heard that it had gone down.