posted on Sep, 11 2011 @ 01:44 PM
I'm sort of a night owl and I stay up late on a regular basis.
It was about 1:30 a.m. last night (or should I say today waka waka) and I was about to go to bed but I wasn't entirely ready just yet.
Out of boredom I went to Google news just to browse around and found something peculiar.
The top news articles being posted (of course) were all about 9/11 and the memorial; talking about how special the memorial was and a video of
politicians such as Bush making a speech.
How can it be possible for news related articles to be written and posted about an event that hadn't even happened yet? You expect me to believe that
there were people gathered at the memorial at 1 in the morning? Or that people were making speeches at such an early time? Last I checked the ceremony
wasn't supposed to happen till about 8 a.m.
here's an example
9/11 live video and article
The article speaks as if the memorial ceremony is already taking place and the video along with it shows it being broad daylight outside.
HOWEVER if you look underneath the title of the article you'll see that this article was published at 6:24 a.m. and updated at 7:31 a.m.
I wish I made this thread earlier when I was awake this morning to post the links at freaking 1 in the morning.
Point still stands however...
ATS peeps...same question...how is it possible to give "live coverage" and "accurate up to date news" on an event and speeches made at a ceremony
that hadn't even happened yet? Or more importantly, WHY?