Discussion in 'The Lounge' started by Dman, Sep 11, 2013.
Im gonna see if I can set aside some time tonight to check that video out, it's 90 minutes, jeez.
Yeah, it is long. And I watched it when it first appeared on TV so it was 2 hours with commercials. But well worth it when you can find the time. Thankfully you can, if you need to, break it up into segments. As they debunk one theory at a time.
Its Wednesday, nothing comes on that I care about, so Ill turn this on after dinner. Hope I remember.
All those conspiracy theories are disgusting.
I was in 2nd grade, so I didn't really understand what was going on. I don't have many memories of that day, though we did watch it in school. I remember tons of parents rushing to take home their kids, though.
Damn man, I thought you were older. Youre a spring chicken.
You will be happy you do. It is very thorough and will give you some good things to come back with when confronted by a "Truther" who has been brainwashed by one of these conspiracy theory movies. They even go into the psychology of conspiracy theorists.
And of course, after being badly disproved the panel of 9/11 truthers still stuck to their conspiracy theories.
I'm about to turn 20, if that's young to you guys lol. You're not the first person to call me a pup on here, though.
dang, I wish I was still 20.... and yes that's young
I dont wish to go back in time, but if only I knew what I know now.
In 1997 HBO made a movie depicting the events of the first WTC bombing called Path to Paradise. At the end of the movie the lead bomber was being flown past the WTC and said "Next time we will bring them both down." To watch this film post 9/11 is very chilling.
I saw the movie on HBO and always knew terrorists would try to bring the WTC down again and try a lot harder. As such 9/11 did not come as a huge surprise to me. These terrorists (before the term Al Qaeda was used) had a bizarre obsession with taking it out.
You can (hopefully) see the whole movie here:
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