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Old 29-04-2012, 11:41 AM   #421
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Strange but not uncommon on 9/11.


Jane Beresford: "...smashed right into the second building...like something out of a film"

Nik Gowing: "...a scene we thought only Hollywood special effects people could dream up"

Evan Fairbanks: "It's like a bad special effect"
I take it you've never heard similes before and think they're talking literally.
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Old 29-04-2012, 11:56 AM   #422
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Strange but not uncommon on 9/11.


Jane Beresford: "...smashed right into the second building...like something out of a film"

Nik Gowing: "...a scene we thought only Hollywood special effects people could dream up"

Evan Fairbanks: "It's like a bad special effect"
True Bryan & I find this guys comment even stranger, the planes going into towers & demo had a Die Hard with avengeance feel, but the aftermath of such devastation wouldn't resemble a film set & a professional wouldn't say something like that. Are we not talking about 2000+ "supposed" dead? Not that any of them were found.

Is funny the presenter commented "he looked exhausted" or something, but he clearly didn't look or sound phased atall, just like the police chiefs posted.

Nothing like someone who just come from a nuclear holocaust type scenario.
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Old 29-04-2012, 12:08 PM   #423
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I take it you've never heard similes before and think they're talking literally.
We're saying they're strange similes.
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Old 29-04-2012, 12:09 PM   #424
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"looks like a movie set, its unbelievable"

Strange choice of words man.
Why is it? What other parallel is there for people to draw on? "Oh, it looked like something from a painting by Constable"?!? Saying it looked like something from a movie isn't that strange...
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Old 29-04-2012, 12:21 PM   #425
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We're saying they're strange similes.
That's right, more hard evidence of conspiracy because similes were used.

Right on Sherlock
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Old 29-04-2012, 01:06 PM   #426
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Why is it? What other parallel is there for people to draw on? "Oh, it looked like something from a painting by Constable"?!? Saying it looked like something from a movie isn't that strange...
I already stated why & my opinion, so get off my dick.

How many Armageddon holocaust emergency scenarios have you been in Denton. Professionals don't have time for cosy chats with so called news media. They have a job to do.

If you dont believe they use actors on the news, then shows how ignorant you really are & have never heard of propaganda before.


Wake up tool.
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Old 29-04-2012, 01:41 PM   #427
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I already stated why & my opinion, so get off my dick.

How many Armageddon holocaust emergency scenarios have you been in Denton. Professionals don't have time for cosy chats with so called news media. They have a job to do.

If you dont believe they use actors on the news, then shows how ignorant you really are & have never heard of propaganda before.

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=5z0VxWZszyg

Wake up tool.
You can't make a decent argument but prefer instead to choose to sling insults. You make blind assumptions with no supporting evidence whatsoever. You must live in a very paranoid little bubble.
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Old 29-04-2012, 01:57 PM   #428
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That's right, more hard evidence of conspiracy because similes were used.

Right on Sherlock
Like I said, strange similes are not uncommon on 9/11.


Firemen: "It was as if they had detonated a building."
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Old 29-04-2012, 02:06 PM   #429
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Like I said, strange similes are not uncommon on 9/11.


Firemen: "It was as if they had detonated a building."
Nor possibly with any other event.

So it's a spurious argument.

It's just you who think's it strange that a simile should sound similar to something that looks similar but not the same.

That's what similes are, don't you know.
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Old 29-04-2012, 02:54 PM   #430
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You can't make a decent argument but prefer instead to choose to sling insults. You make blind assumptions with no supporting evidence whatsoever. You must live in a very paranoid little bubble.
Nope I see it how it is, I am not driven by media/gov fear mongering conspiracy's theory's.

Kinda like these guys:



Or even these jokers:




http://www.youtube.com/watch?feature...&v=W9LaY92-Zvg

Hiding in in top secret evil mastermind genius cave:



Then you have this clown:




I could go on all day & this has all been regurgitated for years, but you believe all this shit, so ide be wasting my time.

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Old 29-04-2012, 03:23 PM   #431
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Nor possibly with any other event.

So it's a spurious argument.

It's just you who think's it strange that a simile should sound similar to something that looks similar but not the same.

That's what similes are, don't you know.
As a rule, every utterance has a pragmatic function and speakers choose the language they use accordingly. Why do you think the firemen chose to use metaphor to liken the collapse to a demolition?
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As a rule, every utterance has a pragmatic function and speakers choose the language they use accordingly. Why do you think the firemen chose to use metaphor to liken the collapse to a demolition?
Let me see, such a difficult question. It could be:

a) to give the game away in front of a global tv audience and leave tempting clues for truthers in 10 years time to debate endlessly about it.

b) as a coded way of telling their masters they've completed the plan rather than just reporting the morning after in the office.

c) To describe to a TV or other interviewer or an audience or someone who wasn't there what the scene or event looked like.

I'll go for (c).


What other pragmatic function do you think these utterances served then?
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Let me see, such a difficult question. It could be:

a) to give the game away in front of a global tv audience and leave tempting clues for truthers in 10 years time to debate endlessly about it.

b) as a coded way of telling their masters they've completed the plan rather than just reporting the morning after in the office.

c) To describe to a TV or other interviewer or an audience or someone who wasn't there what the scene or event looked like.

I'll go for (c).


What other pragmatic function do you think these utterances served then?
They could have just said: "There were loud bangs".
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They could have just said: "There were loud bangs".
Maybe some of them did. Who knows.

But tbh, it's a red herring argument to state that the similes are suspicious.
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Maybe some of them did. Who knows.
'Maybe' all the ones who weren't being filmed did, and all the ones who were being filmed didn't.
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'Maybe' all the ones who weren't being filmed did, and all the ones who were being filmed didn't.
And maybe Big Ben is made of cheese and Obama's really controlled by a gerbil named Kevin, but I doubt it. There's nothing wrong or suspicious about similes being used, or the specifics of what they were.
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You still believe bogeyman Binladen aka Tim Osman from his 7 storey cave with air conditioning & hydro electric power from mountain streams pulled all this off then Dent?
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You still believe bogeyman Binladen aka Tim Osman from his 7 storey cave with air conditioning & hydro electric power from mountain streams pulled all this off then Dent?
I've no idea what his living conditions were like, but I'd need some better evidence than a news graphic. I don't think a great deal of technological sophistication was needed though, if that's what you're implying.
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I've no idea what his living conditions were like
This is serious business, and there's not one of those, there are many of those...
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