posted on Jan, 14 2012 @ 12:49 AM
OMG, it's 2012, you're not all still going on about "Controlled Demolitions" and "Collapses" are you? Seriously?
At any rate, it's a new year and so I'm trying to look at 9/11 again with fresh eyes after taking Christmas off.
What occurs to me now is a thought, and that is, that the popular 'slips' of the tongues, i.e. "Pull it.", "Flight 93 shot down.", "Missile."
were no such unconscious accidental slips at all!
Take Lucky Larry's infamous and much quoted/discussed "Pull it."
Let's say the towers were not Controlled Demolitions at all and that therefore looking for the evidence of it would prove futile. Why then that's
perfect you see? You know it wasn't Controlled Explosives so you can throw in a Demolition term like "Pull it" 'by accident', by careless mistake
etc. But, not really. It's perfect. No one is ever going to find any evidence of CD so if you let it 'slip' it just looks like that's what it
REALLY was, when in fact it was no such thing... Clever, very clever. No?
I mean, why just assume it's a 'slip' (as everyone thus far has done AFAIK) and not that it was intentionally said?
Now you're going to ask me, "Well, if it wasn't Controlled Demolition, why try to indicate that (ultra cleverly) if the Official Story says
'Gravity Collapse'." Right? Why?
Why try to muddy it with a slip? A slip that clearly leads in the direction of CD?
How many of you think, or have ever even considered the possibility, that Lucky Larry said "Pull it" on purpose?
Cheers, and Happy New Year!