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(ABC News)   Ex-FBI agent who was one of the first on the scene of the crash of Flight 93 on 9/11 says she saw "legions of angels guarding the crash site", which may go a long way towards explaining why she's an "Ex" FBI agent   ( abcnews.go.com) divider line
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2012-07-04 01:15:32 AM  

Amos Quito: Ah, 9-11 -

Four jets simultaneously hijacked, three hit their targets because the NORAD just happens to be "standing down" that day because they were doing exercises... the only three modern steel-framed buildings EVER to fall due to fire fall neatly into their footprints that day... the BBC reports on live TV that Building Seven has fallen - BEFORE it falls - indeed it is standing in the background... we blame all this on 19 Saudi hijackers and respond by attacking Afghanistan and Iraq...


Angels? Sure, I can believe angels. Why not?

In fact, I say we make it a part of the Official 9-11 Lore. Adds a nice touch.

What say you all?


so say we all.

frak.
 
2012-07-04 01:20:02 AM  

Silly Jesus: Operation Northwoods - Wiki


So what you're saying here is that the CIA planted those angels.
 
2012-07-04 01:38:45 AM  
What, no pics of the crater with no plane parts, bodies, luggage, etc...?
 
2012-07-04 05:30:03 AM  

Afearthenrut: What, no pics of the crater with no plane parts, bodies, luggage, etc...?


No, but here's a pic of a terrorist's bandana found at the crash site.

sleeplessandtired.com

An undamaged, almost new-looking bandana that survived a crash with no recognizable plane parts, bodies, luggage, or even bone fragments.
 
2012-07-04 09:37:32 AM  
No Bodies ? Angels?

4.bp.blogspot.com
 
2012-07-04 10:03:58 AM  

rkallister: here's a pic of a terrorist's bandana found at the crash site.



Here's a pic of all the suspects that Truthers have identified as planting or detonating explosives on 9/11:

Go get em!
 
2012-07-04 10:34:57 AM  

GAT_00: My uncle still claims that Flight 93 was shot down by the US military. It was pretty low when it flew over his house, with a couple of F-15s close behind. It crashed like 20 miles from him.

/cool tinfoil bro


Remind your uncle that the closest military jets were unarmed, over 100 miles away and weren't notified of Flight 93 until 4 minutes after it crashed.
 
2012-07-04 10:36:41 AM  
There's a book out there called "Heaven is Real" and it's supposed to be this account of Heaven by a little boy who died and came back, and then described all these wonderful things "out of the blue".

Except, well, the kid's dad is a minister and his mom is a religious organizer of some sort, and he spent his life since birth being told about Heaven in no uncertain terms... So it's not so "out of the blue", is it? It's more like what I'd expect the son of a minister to dream about when he's coming out of a coma.

And they sell this book-- tons of them-- on the premise that "out of the mouths of babes" must mean it's TRUE! The loathing I have for this family and their books pales only in comparison to the loathing I have for people who buy the books and are sucked into the scam. In my mind, the family who produced this hoax is on the same level as Uri Gellar and Sylvia Browne; They're taking advantage of people who are vulnerable and gullible.

I am always tempted to take my writing career into the slums of religious fanaticism. I admit it. They're an easy crowd to please, they buy tons of books, and they just want to be told some fantastic story that makes them feel better about dying. That's all it comes down to, really: Make them feel like dying isn't as horrible as they know it is.

Except it IS horrible. I know it from experience, and when I came out of my death, there was no memory of angels, harps, Jesus, family members, or any of that stuff... It's just like being switched off. It's exactly the same as the state you were in before you were conceived; Nothingness.

So I'm torn. On one hand, I know I'm creative enough (and have had enough religious upbringing) to forge some Christian psychic bullshiat that will be loved and believed, and I could get rich doing it. On the other hand, it goes against everything I believe and know to be true.

So I'm broke, and I remain broke because my royalties are trickling in on my fiction, instead of pouring in on some religious psychic feel-good bullcrap.

Ethics suck, sometimes.
 
2012-07-04 12:22:31 PM  

ZeroCorpse: There's a book out there called "Heaven is Real" and it's supposed to be this account of Heaven by a little boy who died and came back, and then described all these wonderful things "out of the blue".

Except, well, the kid's dad is a minister and his mom is a religious organizer of some sort, and he spent his life since birth being told about Heaven in no uncertain terms... So it's not so "out of the blue", is it? It's more like what I'd expect the son of a minister to dream about when he's coming out of a coma.

And they sell this book-- tons of them-- on the premise that "out of the mouths of babes" must mean it's TRUE! The loathing I have for this family and their books pales only in comparison to the loathing I have for people who buy the books and are sucked into the scam. In my mind, the family who produced this hoax is on the same level as Uri Gellar and Sylvia Browne; They're taking advantage of people who are vulnerable and gullible.

I am always tempted to take my writing career into the slums of religious fanaticism. I admit it. They're an easy crowd to please, they buy tons of books, and they just want to be told some fantastic story that makes them feel better about dying. That's all it comes down to, really: Make them feel like dying isn't as horrible as they know it is.

Except it IS horrible. I know it from experience, and when I came out of my death, there was no memory of angels, harps, Jesus, family members, or any of that stuff... It's just like being switched off. It's exactly the same as the state you were in before you were conceived; Nothingness.

So I'm torn. On one hand, I know I'm creative enough (and have had enough religious upbringing) to forge some Christian psychic bullshiat that will be loved and believed, and I could get rich doing it. On the other hand, it goes against everything I believe and know to be true.

So I'm broke, and I remain broke because my royalties are trickling in on my fiction, instead of pouring in on some relig ...


THIS

I'm so tempted to tell them some neatly fabricated fairy tales too. I used to run an occult bookstore. You think you know gullible? I had a bunch of them come into my store wanting to know if it was possible to buy all the remaining copies of the Necronomicon and burn them to keep them out of reach of 'Pagan hands'. I should've ordered a dozen Polish telephone books and antiqued them for those morons.
 
2012-07-04 01:15:42 PM  

rkallister: An undamaged, almost new-looking bandana that survived a crash with no recognizable plane parts, bodies, luggage, or even bone fragments.


This is an outright lie.

https://sites.google.com/site/wtc7lies/flight93page1 - page includes photos of wreckage, photos of passengers' personal effects, links to passengers' families discussing personal effects being returned to them, links to first responders describing airplane parts, body parts and jet fuel, interview with local coroner with links to article about IDing passengers from small pieces of bone and DNA provided by their families.

Do troofers lie because they're ignorant of the actual truth or because they are being deliberately deceptive?
 
2012-07-04 01:28:21 PM  

rkallister: Afearthenrut: What, no pics of the crater with no plane parts, bodies, luggage, etc...?

No, but here's a pic of a terrorist's bandana found at the crash site.

[sleeplessandtired.com image 400x301]

An undamaged, almost new-looking bandana that survived a crash with no recognizable plane parts, bodies, luggage, or even bone fragments.


They should have just made the World Trade Center out of whatever material they made that bandana out of... the plane would have just bounced right off.
 
2012-07-04 03:38:03 PM  

Elmo Jones: The plane crashed. Your angels suck.


THIS.

Acquaintance of mine had cancer a couple years back; another visited her in the hospital before the end, and claimed she saw her surrounded by protective angels.

Yeah. She died.
 
2012-07-04 03:58:40 PM  
Kosh shows his true colors...

img683.imageshack.us

...but how did he fit all that in his suit?
 
2012-07-04 03:59:08 PM  

Elmo Jones: The plane crashed. Your angels suck.


Angels?

i.imgur.com

Neggers please.
 
2012-07-04 05:48:28 PM  
www.supernaturalwiki.com

/On the case.
 
2012-07-05 12:14:22 PM  

rkallister: Afearthenrut: What, no pics of the crater with no plane parts, bodies, luggage, etc...?

No, but here's a pic of a terrorist's bandana found at the crash site.

[sleeplessandtired.com image 400x301]

An undamaged, almost new-looking bandana that survived a crash with no recognizable plane parts, bodies, luggage, or even bone fragments.



What, no terrorist passports or copies of the Koran?


/FBI be slippin'
 
2012-07-05 12:40:35 PM  

FloydA: Katolu: FloydA: All of you saying "why didn't the angels protect the plane?" you should just stop. It's no surprise, really. In 2001, the Angels were third in the AL West, with only a .463 pct. They couldn't do jack. If Al Qaida had waited until 2002, the Angels would definitely have kicked some ass.

Thank you! I was having a rough day, but between the Duvel and your post I have the giggles. Even snorted.

Stop having bad days. You only get so many of them, bro.


Thanks for the TF!
 
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