posted on May, 19 2012 @ 02:23 PM
Originally posted by Six Sigma
reply to post by maxella1
Instead of taking that quote out of context, you should have read the entire article.
Why didn't you post this part of the article?
Do you have any feeling about 9/11 Truthers?
People who believe in elaborate conspiracy theories? I remember when President Kennedy was assassinated and for years afterward there were conspiracy
theorists who were all proven wrong. There are conspiracy theorists for everything. There's always somebody who knows how to stir the pot.
edit on 19-5-2012 by Six Sigma because: (no reason given)
What particular quote do you think I took out of context?
If you are talking about this one
"Don't forget, on September 11th, 2001, it was just another day. And now it has become "9/11" or "the events of 9/11."
then tell me what did it make you think? How did this quote suggest a conspiracy of any kind?
Because to me it only means that on September 11th, 2001 thousands of regular people went to work, and that Tuesday was just like any other Tuesday.
And now there's all this stupid debate about how and why these people died. And it makes me think how are we supposed to stop any future Tuesday
from becoming another September 11th.
What did it make you think about?
I heard an incredible loud noise and I became aware of everyone looking up. My own eyes went up, and here was the World Trade Center coming
down. Pretty much straight down, almost as if you had taken a large curtain in a movie theater and slashed the ropes that held them at the top. The
whole thing was just dropping straight down. It wasn't falling like a tree, it wasn't collapsing in a burst of flame or smoke. It was just dropping.
I quoted this part because it describes how the collapse looked to him, “it wasn’t falling like a tree, it wasn’t collapsing in a burst of
flame or smoke”.
I also provided a link for anyone interested in reading the entire article.
Now you need to explain what his feelings about “9/11 Truthers” has to do with anything I said.