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Here is his dad's facebook... https://www.facebook.com/bauman6

You should write him and let him know his dead son is not really dead and this is a big conspiracy.

lol liek that would do any good his dad has likely been replaced by an illuminati clone or worse, a UN NWO reptilian

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for the sake of clarification, could you define "conspiracy theory"?

“a proposed plot by powerful people or organizations working together in secret to accomplish some (usually sinister) goal” that is “notoriously resistant to falsification … with new layers of conspiracy being added to rationalize each new piece of disconfirming evidence.” Once you believe that “one massive, sinister conspiracy could be successfully executed in near-perfect secrecy, [it] suggests that many such plots are possible.”

http://images.derstandard.at/2012/02/22/Dead%20and%20Alive.pdf

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“a proposed plot by powerful people or organizations working together in secret to accomplish some (usually sinister) goal” that is “notoriously resistant to falsification … with new layers of conspiracy being added to rationalize each new piece of disconfirming evidence.” Once you believe that “one massive, sinister conspiracy could be successfully executed in near-perfect secrecy, [it] suggests that many such plots are possible.”

http://images.dersta...d and Alive.pdf

For accuracy's sake, both those who believe in the official story and unofficial stories of the events of 911 are both guilty of believing in a "conspiracy theory", by definition. I guess that makes "many such plots are possible" fairly inarguable.

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Except one is supported by facts, the other fantasy.

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what part of the 9/11 plot was "massive"? the "official story" (ie what actually happened) indicates that it was confined to a relatively small amount of people, and only 1 organization

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Except one is supported by facts, the other fantasy.

Wrong. Both are supported by evidence and to a lesser extent, facts. Evidence does not equal "fact". One is just official endorsed by our government, that's the only real difference.

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You dudes know where this is going right? Just as the patriot movement gained steam in the early 90's the result will be the same. Blame those who won't bow. Bank on it.

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WASHINGTON (AP) -- In kitchens, they prepare food faster, but pressure cookers by their very nature help make good bombs, amplifying the blast and the carnage.

They don't just hold the explosives. The tightly sealed pot that speeds the cooking of beans and meat makes easier-to-obtain but weaker explosives faster and stronger. And they may also help investigators find out who built the deadly homemade bombs that exploded at the Boston Marathon on Monday.

Investigators found fragments of BBs and nails, possibly contained in a pressure cooker, said Richard DesLauriers, the FBI agent in charge in Boston. He said the items were sent for analysis.

If a pressure cooker was used, it probably cost around $100 to construct, say former federal forensic and explosive investigators. It's like a pipe bomb but bigger and more powerful.

Pressure cooker bombs are more often used in Afghanistan, Pakistan India, and Nepal - where the pots are more commonly used for cooking. But they have also been prominent in bombings and attempts in the United States, especially in New York in Times Square in 2010 and Grand Central Terminal in 1976.

http://hosted.ap.org...-04-16-12-13-07

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In this shot, people are running away, but theres NO explosion. coincidence? I think not.

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I mean I'm all for a healthy dose of skepticism but you fugers (not calling out Floppin of CoW specifically), were calling false flag the minute poo went down.

Besides, what rights would they strip away? Our bomb making rights? It was probably just a pissed off skinhead.

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Narcissism.

PFFL?

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I have to give conspiracy theorists credit. It takes amazing intelligence and creativity to sound so fugging stupid.

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