Scholarly 9/11 Analysis by
and Public Elementary 9/11 Challenge to
SouthWind Studio's Rick Thomas


From: Rick Thomas
Sent: Wednesday, April 01, 2015 23:07
To: Dan Noël
Subject: 911 attack

https://m.youtube.com/watch?v=Ntcdkgy3emc

Rick Thomas
Southwind Studio


From: Rick Thomas
Sent: Wednesday, April 01, 2015 23:11
To: Dan Noël
Subject: 911

http://www.liveleak.com/view?i=3ea_1354791371&comments=1

Rick Thomas
Southwind Studio



From: Rick Thomas
Sent: Thursday, April 02, 2015 18:58
To: Dan Noël
Subject: RE: 911

Just enjoy it. "love" Rick

Rick Thomas
Southwind Studio



From: Rick Thomas
Sent: Thursday, April 02, 2015 22:27
To: Dan Noël
Subject: RE: 911

Just to see how ridiculous these 911Truthers are. I found the video very good, thought you might like it.

Rick Thomas
Southwind Studio



From: Rick Thomas
Sent: Friday, April 03, 2015 12:00
To: Dan Noël
Subject: RE: 911

The "TRUTHERS" are ridiculous.

Rick Thomas
Southwind Studio



From: Rick Thomas
Sent: Monday, April 20, 2015 16:20
To: Dan Noël
Subject: RE: 911

https://www.facebook.com/permalink.php?story_fbid=10152817831456592&id=688476591

Rick Thomas
Southwind Studio



From: Rick Thomas
Sent: Wednesday, April 22, 2015 12:16
To: Dan Noël
Subject: RE: 911

You guys are loons!! Maybe you can start by not being an American hater of our government, study our USA history. After all from what I gather, you are not from my country. Hopefully you can open this link. Watch, learn and wise up.

https://m.youtube.com/watch?v=Ntcdkgy3emc

Rick Thomas
Southwind Studio


From: Rick Thomas
Sent: Wednesday, April 22, 2015 12:17
To: Dan Noël
Subject: RE: 911

BTW, this 9/11 baby step is bunk, nonsense bull shit conspiracy.

Rick Thomas
Southwind Studio


From: Rick Thomas
Sent: Wednesday, April 22, 2015 12:22
To: Dan Noël
Subject: RE: 911

It starts out with a cuckoo theory promoted by crazy people and integrity-free professional con men who pump every conspiracy that comes down the line. The crazy people push the conspiracy theory because they’re paranoid and don’t understand how the world works while the sleazy hucksters promote it because conspiracies sell on the web. Eventually, as the conspiracy starts to draw a crowd, more imitators pop up and the crazies and flimflam men create a vast web of references to each other.

Meanwhile, the people who know better generally ignore the topic altogether because they don’t want to draw attention to it. Unfortunately, that tactic doesn’t work anymore. In the bad old days when there were only a few mainstream “gatekeepers” who controlled the flow of information to the public, it could be successful, but it’s a non-functional strategy in the age of New Media.

So, when the average person starts to research a conspiracy theory on the Internet, he finds an endless array of conspiracy websites, all linking back and forth, while the doubters largely remain on the sidelines. After seeing only one side of the story, many people who don’t know any better conclude, “Well, I GUESS this could be real.” Next thing you know, 35% of Democrats think George W. Bush was involved in the 9/11 attacks and another 26% aren’t sure

One thing that most people seem to miss is that these conspiracy theorists almost NEVER present any sort of coherent theory. They just ask questions, point out discrepancies, and demand that every single bit of uncertainty be answered to their satisfaction or else, the conspiracy MUST BE true. This is, of course, perfectly ridiculous. No matter what the subject is, there are always disagreements, loose ends, and questions that remain unanswered.

Rick Thomas
Southwind Studio


From: Rick Thomas
Sent: Wednesday, April 22, 2015 12:24
To: Dan Noël
Subject: RE: 911

My new website coming out soon.

www.AE911TrutherLoons.com

I'll let you know when it's up and running, designed and hosted by yours truly, Rick Thomas

Rick Thomas
Southwind Studio


From: Rick Thomas
Sent: Wednesday, April 22, 2015 14:40
To: Dan Noël
Subject: Enjoy

PSYCHOLOGISTS will tell you that even perfectly sane people have the ability to accept wild conspiracy theories. The more powerless or alone we feel, the more likely we are to develop such theories.

It's all linked to self-esteem. If you're the sort of person who feels isolated or disenfranchised, you're much more likely to develop wild theories as a way of making you seem more knowledgeable, more powerful, more special.

That might help explain why many Americans are into conspiracies. The irony of our technologically over-connected age is that there are scores of socially disconnected people sitting in dark rooms extrapolating all sorts of crap from factoids they find online. Here are six of the worst:

STUPID THEORY 1: The US government did it

SIMPLE REBUTTAL: People who say it was an inside job are split into two camps. There are those who say the US government cooked up and enacted the whole crazy plot, and those who say they let it happen without intervention. In both cases, conspiracists generally claim that the aim was to give the Bush government an excuse to wage war on the Islamic world.

So here's your simple rebuttal. US governments have shown for decades that they will intervene when and where it suits them. The last thing they need to do to justify any foreign policy is kill 3000 of their own citizens.

STUPID THEORY 2: The twin towers did not collapse. They were demolished.

SIMPLE REBUTTAL: 9/11 "truthers", who would perhaps be more accurately described as 9/11 "liars", like to rope in an expert to tell you that no office fire ever made a building topple. Well, that'd be because no office fire was ever as big as these two, with as much jet fuel to help it along.

But the real reason the twin towers collapsed was structural. Most buildings have their core structural supports at the centre. The towers had some major central steel columns, but that elegant exterior steel shell was also crucial in providing perimeter support. Also, the perimeter columns supported massive steel trusses which supported each floor.

So basically, when the exterior of the building was penetrated so devastatingly by the planes, the structure's ability to hold itself up was threatened. So when one floor went, the combined weight meant they all went.

Rick Thomas
Southwind Studio



From: Rick Thomas
Sent: Wednesday, April 22, 2015 18:34
To: Dan Noël
Subject: RE: 911

Bring it on asshole!!! Don't threaten me you fuck.

Rick Thomas
Southwind Studio


From: Rick Thomas
Sent: Wednesday, April 22, 2015 18:35
To: Dan Noël
Subject: RE: 911

https://m.youtube.com/watch?v=Ntcdkgy3emc

Rick Thomas
Southwind Studio


From: Rick Thomas
Sent: Wednesday, April 22, 2015 18:46
To: Dan Noël
Subject: RE: 911

And you quit emailing me you moron. "Love" Rick

PS. Show our thread, I'm posting your foolishness on my new website, you'll be the fool. Now, fuck off.

Rick Thomas
Southwind Studio


From: Rick Thomas
Sent: Wednesday, April 22, 2015 18:48
To: Dan Noël
Subject: RE: 911

Make sure you post this on your thread too!! I care less.

https://m.youtube.com/watch?v=Ntcdkgy3emc

Rick Thomas
Southwind Studio


From: Rick Thomas
Sent: Wednesday, April 22, 2015 18:49
To: Daniel Noël
Subject: One more time for old time sake

PSYCHOLOGISTS will tell you that even perfectly sane people have the ability to accept wild conspiracy theories. The more powerless or alone we feel, the more likely we are to develop such theories.

It's all linked to self-esteem. If you're the sort of person who feels isolated or disenfranchised, you're much more likely to develop wild theories as a way of making you seem more knowledgeable, more powerful, more special.

That might help explain why many Americans are into conspiracies. The irony of our technologically over-connected age is that there are scores of socially disconnected people sitting in dark rooms extrapolating all sorts of crap from factoids they find online. Here are six of the worst:

STUPID THEORY 1: The US government did it

SIMPLE REBUTTAL: People who say it was an inside job are split into two camps. There are those who say the US government cooked up and enacted the whole crazy plot, and those who say they let it happen without intervention. In both cases, conspiracists generally claim that the aim was to give the Bush government an excuse to wage war on the Islamic world.

So here's your simple rebuttal. US governments have shown for decades that they will intervene when and where it suits them. The last thing they need to do to justify any foreign policy is kill 3000 of their own citizens.

STUPID THEORY 2: The twin towers did not collapse. They were demolished.

SIMPLE REBUTTAL: 9/11 "truthers", who would perhaps be more accurately described as 9/11"liars", like to rope in an expert to tell you that no office fire ever made a building topple. Well, that'd be because no office fire was ever as big as these two, with as much jet fuel to help it along.

But the real reason the twin towers collapsed was structural. Most buildings have their core structural supports at the centre. The towers had some major central steel columns, but that elegant exterior steel shell was also crucial in providing perimeter support. Also, the perimeter columns supported massive steel trusses which supported each floor.

So basically, when the exterior of the building was penetrated so devastatingly by the planes, the structure's ability to hold itself up was threatened. So when one floor went, the combined weight meant they all went.

Rick Thomas
Southwind Studio


From: Rick Thomas [mailto:southwindstudio@yahoo.com]
Sent: Wednesday, April 22, 2015 20:12
To: Daniel Noël
Subject: Please add to our thread thank you

Much has changed in the thirteen years since America was attacked. At least one thing has remained constant: the stupidity and futility of 9/11 truthers.

The truthers don’t believe men with ties to an Islamist terror group hijacked airplanes and flew them into the twin towers or the Pentagon. In some cases, they don’t believe planes hit these buildings at all. At minimum, they maintain the government orchestrated or at least permitted the attacks.

Writing about such bizarre conspiracy theorists may seem like an easy lay-up for a columnist, much like denouncing child molesters or praising puppies.

Is it really worth it to poke such a marginal group? My inbox will be flooded with missives from amateur explosives and metallic experts explaining in all caps that steel doesn’t melt. My ears will be pierced by the screams of a thousand forty-year-olds crying out from their mothers’ basements.

There is no point in arguing with people who cling even to benign conspiracy theories. If you believe Paul McCartney is dead or the earth is flat, there is no amount of evidence I can provide that will convince you otherwise. It’s an even greater waste of time arguing with twisted people who pretend to believe the Holocaust never happened, when their real complaint is that its death toll wasn’t big enough for them.

No one this side of Donte Stallworth has ever changed their mind about 9/11 trutherism.

Finally, people occasionally make the following argument: Yes, the cheese has slipped off the 9/11 truthers’ crackers, but has their impact really been as destructive as, say, some of the overblown theories about Saddam Hussein leading up to the Iraq war?

My response: might the Iraq war debate have been less one-sided a dozen years ago if the people who were arguing with the accredited intelligence agencies asserting the existence of weapons of mass destruction had been less associated with ANSWER commies and 9/11 deniers?

Trutherism distorts these debates to this day. When someone mentions Iraq war advocacy that far predated 9/11 or talks about ISIS as an unintended consequence of that war, it’s still too easy to dismiss them as engaging in truther-like fantasies.

Indeed, there are already ISIS truthers.

Here’s the truth about the truthers: like termites, the severely damage any political movement they infiltrate. They discredit any public figure short-sighted enough to indulge them.

Given their small numbers, occasional libertarian pandering to the “inside job” morons yields no theoretical benefit greater than a few additional comments on a YouTube video.

Worse, they’ve actually made intelligent discussion more difficult. Questions about the government’s lack of readiness for 9/11, for example, now carry the unmistakable whiff of fringe kookiness.

So do demands for basic government transparency, like calling for more of the 9/11 Commission report to be declassified. Mention this idea and some people will move away before you start ranting about the moon landing being fake.

That’s too bad, because some accountability has been lost in the inside job nonsense. Before we gave the federal government new powers in the aftermath of the attacks, it would have been helpful to know how many of their existing powers weren’t used properly.

We do know a bit about dots that weren’t connected, threats that might not have been taken seriously enough, visa applications that should have been rejected. But undoubtedly there is more.

Far from exposing the truth, the 9/11 truthers’ nuttiness has made political and bureaucratic ass-covering easier. By making the issue government malevolence, they distracted from an important discussion of government competence.

Rick Thomas
Southwind Studio


From: Rick Thomas
Sent: Wednesday, April 22, 2015 22:58
To: Daniel Noël
Subject: Sorry

I was out of line to talk to you disrespectful. I'm sorry. Rick Thomas

PS. Just in a bad mood today. Again, forgive me, it was wrong on my part.

Rick Thomas
Southwind Studio



From: Rick Thomas [mailto:southwindstudio@yahoo.com]
Sent: Thursday, April 23, 2015 15:03
To: dan.noel@global-Platonic-theater.com
Subject: RE: 9/11, not that hard

Another statement to publicly add to your bunk theory.

Much has changed in the thirteen years since America was attacked. At least one thing has remained constant: the stupidity and futility of 9/11 truthers.

The truthers don’t believe men with ties to an Islamist terror group hijacked airplanes and flew them into the twin towers or the Pentagon. In some cases, they don’t believe planes hit these buildings at all. At minimum, they maintain the government orchestrated or at least permitted the attacks.

Writing about such bizarre conspiracy theorists may seem like an easy lay-up for a columnist, much like denouncing child molesters or praising puppies.

Is it really worth it to poke such a marginal group? My inbox will be flooded with missives from amateur explosives and metallic experts explaining in all caps that steel doesn’t melt. My ears will be pierced by the screams of a thousand forty-year-olds crying out from their mothers’ basements.

There is no point in arguing with people who cling even to benign conspiracy theories. If you believe Paul McCartney is dead or the earth is flat, there is no amount of evidence I can provide that will convince you otherwise. It’s an even greater waste of time arguing with twisted people who pretend to believe the Holocaust never happened, when their real complaint is that its death toll wasn’t big enough for them.

No one this side of Donte Stallworth has ever changed their mind about 9/11 trutherism.

Finally, people occasionally make the following argument: Yes, the cheese has slipped off the 9/11 truthers’ crackers, but has their impact really been as destructive as, say, some of the overblown theories about Saddam Hussein leading up to the Iraq war?

My response: might the Iraq war debate have been less one-sided a dozen years ago if the people who were arguing with the accredited intelligence agencies asserting the existence of weapons of mass destruction had been less associated with ANSWER commies and 9/11 deniers?

Trutherism distorts these debates to this day. When someone mentions Iraq war advocacy that far predated 9/11 or talks about ISIS as an unintended consequence of that war, it’s still too easy to dismiss them as engaging in truther-like fantasies.

Indeed, there are already ISIS truthers.

Here’s the truth about the truthers: like termites, the severely damage any political movement they infiltrate. They discredit any public figure short-sighted enough to indulge them.

Given their small numbers, occasional libertarian pandering to the “inside job” morons yields no theoretical benefit greater than a few additional comments on a YouTube video.

Worse, they’ve actually made intelligent discussion more difficult. Questions about the government’s lack of readiness for 9/11, for example, now carry the unmistakable whiff of fringe kookiness.

So do demands for basic government transparency, like calling for more of the 9/11 Commission report to be declassified. Mention this idea and some people will move away before you start ranting about the moon landing being fake.

That’s too bad, because some accountability has been lost in the inside job nonsense. Before we gave the federal government new powers in the aftermath of the attacks, it would have been helpful to know how many of their existing powers weren’t used properly.

We do know a bit about dots that weren’t connected, threats that might not have been taken seriously enough, visa applications that should have been rejected. But undoubtedly there is more.

Far from exposing the truth, the 9/11 truthers’ nuttiness has made political and bureaucratic ass-covering easier. By making the issue government malevolence, they distracted from an important discussion of government competence.

Rick Thomas
Southwind Studio


From: Rick Thomas [mailto:southwindstudio@yahoo.com]
Sent: Thursday, April 23, 2015 21:32
To: dan.noel@global-Platonic-theater.com
Subject: RE: 9/11, not that hard

And you think this publicly makes me look like a fool, Lmao. People with a level head and a brain know that your the nut case. Wise up you unAmerican, government hater. The majority will side with me, not your nutty conspiracy theory bull shit. Love, Rick

Rick Thomas
Southwind Studio


From: Rick Thomas [mailto:southwindstudio@yahoo.com]
Sent: Thursday, April 23, 2015 21:35
To: dan.noel@global-Platonic-theater.com
Subject: RE: 9/11, not that hard

Hey, you didn't publicly post this.......

Much has changed in the thirteen years since America was attacked. At least one thing has remained constant: the stupidity and futility of 9/11 truthers.

The truthers don’t believe men with ties to an Islamist terror group hijacked airplanes and flew them into the twin towers or the Pentagon. In some cases, they don’t believe planes hit these buildings at all. At minimum, they maintain the government orchestrated or at least permitted the attacks.

Writing about such bizarre conspiracy theorists may seem like an easy lay-up for a columnist, much like denouncing child molesters or praising puppies.

Is it really worth it to poke such a marginal group? My inbox will be flooded with missives from amateur explosives and metallic experts explaining in all caps that steel doesn’t melt. My ears will be pierced by the screams of a thousand forty-year-olds crying out from their mothers’ basements.

There is no point in arguing with people who cling even to benign conspiracy theories. If you believe Paul McCartney is dead or the earth is flat, there is no amount of evidence I can provide that will convince you otherwise. It’s an even greater waste of time arguing with twisted people who pretend to believe the Holocaust never happened, when their real complaint is that its death toll wasn’t big enough for them.

No one this side of Donte Stallworth has ever changed their mind about 9/11 trutherism.

Finally, people occasionally make the following argument: Yes, the cheese has slipped off the 9/11 truthers’ crackers, but has their impact really been as destructive as, say, some of the overblown theories about Saddam Hussein leading up to the Iraq war?

My response: might the Iraq war debate have been less one-sided a dozen years ago if the people who were arguing with the accredited intelligence agencies asserting the existence of weapons of mass destruction had been less associated with ANSWER commies and 9/11 deniers?

Trutherism distorts these debates to this day. When someone mentions Iraq war advocacy that far predated 9/11 or talks about ISIS as an unintended consequence of that war, it’s still too easy to dismiss them as engaging in truther-like fantasies.

Indeed, there are already ISIS truthers.

Here’s the truth about the truthers: like termites, the severely damage any political movement they infiltrate. They discredit any public figure short-sighted enough to indulge them.

Given their small numbers, occasional libertarian pandering to the “inside job” morons yields no theoretical benefit greater than a few additional comments on a YouTube video.

Worse, they’ve actually made intelligent discussion more difficult. Questions about the government’s lack of readiness for 9/11, for example, now carry the unmistakable whiff of fringe kookiness.

So do demands for basic government transparency, like calling for more of the 9/11 Commission report to be declassified. Mention this idea and some people will move away before you start ranting about the moon landing being fake.

That’s too bad, because some accountability has been lost in the inside job nonsense. Before we gave the federal government new powers in the aftermath of the attacks, it would have been helpful to know how many of their existing powers weren’t used properly.

We do know a bit about dots that weren’t connected, threats that might not have been taken seriously enough, visa applications that should have been rejected. But undoubtedly there is more.

Far from exposing the truth, the 9/11 truthers’ nuttiness has made political and bureaucratic ass-covering easier. By making the issue government malevolence, they distracted from an important discussion of government competence.

Rick Thomas
Southwind Studio


From: Rick Thomas [mailto:southwindstudio@yahoo.com]
Sent: Thursday, April 23, 2015 21:40
To: dan.noel@global-Platonic-theater.com
Subject: RE: 9/11, not that hard

Watch again and learn.

https://m.youtube.com/watch?v=Ntcdkgy3emc

Rick Thomas
Southwind Studio


From: Rick Thomas [mailto:southwindstudio@yahoo.com]
Sent: Thursday, April 23, 2015 21:47
To: dan.noel@global-Platonic-theater.com
Subject: RE: 9/11, not that hard

Update public thread, please.

Anyone who believes our government or Israel had ANYTHING to do with the destruction of our buildings on 9/11 is from another planet. Rick Thomas

I'm also very pleased that prime minister Netanyahu was re-elected.

Rick Thomas
Southwind Studio



From: Rick Thomas [mailto:southwindstudio@yahoo.com]
Sent: Saturday, April 25, 2015 20:13
To: dan.noel@global-Platonic-theater.com
Subject: RE: 9/11, not that hard

I couldn't care less about "your" readers, just thinking 9/11 was a conspiracy is elementary. Only foolish people fall for this bull shit. You are an American government hater. I only care what normal people think, you are not normal. Love, Rick

Rick Thomas
Southwind Studio


From: Rick Thomas [mailto:southwindstudio@yahoo.com]
Sent: Saturday, April 25, 2015 20:23
To: dan.noel@global-Platonic-theater.com
Subject: RE: 9/11, not that hard

Your a danger to society!

Rick Thomas
Southwind Studio


From: Rick Thomas [mailto:southwindstudio@yahoo.com]
Sent: Saturday, April 25, 2015 20:56
To: dan.noel@global-Platonic-theater.com
Subject: RE: 9/11, not that hard

One thing that most people seem to miss is that these conspiracy theorists almost NEVER present any sort of coherent theory. They just ask questions, point out discrepancies, and demand that every single bit of uncertainty be answered to their satisfaction or else, the conspiracy MUST BE true. This is, of course, perfectly ridiculous. No matter what the subject is, there are always disagreements, loose ends, and questions that remain unanswered.

Rick Thomas
Southwind Studio



oops...missing Thomas lucubrating pic From: Rick Thomas [mailto:southwindstudio@yahoo.com]
Sent: Monday, April 27, 2015 21:00
To: dan.noel@global-Platonic-theater.com
Subject: RE: 9/11, not that hard

Your readers mean nothing to me. Thank you for posting all I send you. Gets my word out and will help promote my upcoming anti911 truth bunk website.

Again post the attached picture. I have more important things to do besides continuing talking on your crazy conspiracy theory bull shit. Again, your no better than the terrorist. FBI should investigate you.

Rick Thomas
Southwind Studio


From: Rick Thomas [mailto:southwindstudio@yahoo.com]
Sent: Monday, April 27, 2015 21:01
To: dan.noel@global-Platonic-theater.com
Subject: RE: 9/11, not that hard

9/11 conspiracy is elementary, wise up.

Rick Thomas
Southwind Studio



oops...missing Thomas' scholarly diagram From: Rick Thomas [mailto:southwindstudio@yahoo.com]
Sent: Wednesday, April 29, 2015 20:48
To: dan.noel@global-Platonic-theater.com
Subject: RE: 9/11, not that hard

Danny boy, pull your ass out of your ass. All you conspiracy theorists are loons.

TRUTHERS.....

Rick Thomas
Southwind Studio


From: Rick Thomas [mailto:southwindstudio@yahoo.com]
Sent: Wednesday, April 29, 2015 20:49
To: dan.noel@global-Platonic-theater.com
Subject: RE: 9/11, not that hard

Of all the valuable information I sent you, FREE, you still won't admit your a foreign fool.

Rick Thomas
Southwind Studio


From: Rick Thomas [mailto:southwindstudio@yahoo.com]
Sent: Wednesday, April 29, 2015 20:52
To: dan.noel@global-Platonic-theater.com
Subject: RE: 9/11, not that hard

You can't enlighten stupidity you loon!!

Rick Thomas
Southwind Studio



From: Rick Thomas [mailto:southwindstudio@yahoo.com]
Sent: Friday, May 01, 2015 17:26
To: dan.noel@global-Platonic-theater.com
Subject: RE: 9/11, not that hard

I've sent you a lot of valuable information on this conspiracy theory bull shit. Pass this on to your TRUTHER readers. I do not have time for your nonsense mindless behavior. If you don't like our country, go back where you came from, leave America. Now, get on with life, leave me the fuck alone you loon.

Rick Thomas
Southwind Studio


From: Rick Thomas [mailto:southwindstudio@yahoo.com]
Sent: Friday, May 01, 2015 19:10
To: dan.noel@global-Platonic-theater.com
Subject: RE: 9/11, not that hard

Your way of thinking terrorize me, knowing there are loons like you walking among us.

Rick Thomas
Southwind Studio




From: Rick Thomas [mailto:southwindstudio@yahoo.com]
Sent: Friday, May 15, 2015 21:31
To: dan.noel@global-Platonic-theater.com
Subject: RE: 9/11, not that hard

Fuck your readers, bunch of Truther loons. I'll enlighten them ..... IF YOU BELIEVE THIS 9/11 conspiracy, your a moron. How is that Danny boy.

Love, Rick Thomas

AKA. Southwind Studio

Rick Thomas
Southwind Studio


From: Rick Thomas [mailto:southwindstudio@yahoo.com]
Sent: Friday, May 15, 2015 21:40
To: dan.noel@global-Platonic-theater.com
Subject: RE: 9/11, not that hard

BTW, the people that read your shit I want no part of. My time is much too valuable for this nonsense. Now, leave me the hell alone and get a real life, OUT OF THE USA.


From: Rick Thomas [mailto:southwindstudio@yahoo.com]
Sent: Friday, May 15, 2015 21:48
To: dan.noel@global-Platonic-theater.com
Subject: RE: 9/11, not that hard

Remember...truthers will have a never ending set of questions...but rarely provide answers....

First they will try and deny what you say...

they will just keep tossing inane questions at you....

Then they will try and attack your sources...

Then they will accuse you of being "in on it" too...

Or block you...

Truthers don't want the truth...and think they already know the "truth".....that Bush blew up the world trade center to start endless war...

They cant even agree on how it was done, why it was done, or who it was done by...

The first CT shit to come out was from muslims in the ME....claiming the Moassad did it....then it was picked up in the EU and they claimed the CIA did it....then it was picked up here by the flaming libtard moonbats and a few far right wing loons (ron paul types) who claim Bush did it...

get a grip.....19 high jackers did it and that is a fact...deal with it.

And when you find a truther they will be one or more of the following...

A far left commie loon - condor

A far right jew hating loon - Long bobby

A neo Nazi - fun with music

A muslim -userx

A far left Bush hating liberal - gutphy

A mental case - noriegean wood

A fat little f**ker who thinks that football is rigged - 57 channles

Rick Thomas

Southwind Studio