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Date Posted: 20:40:39 09/20/06 Wed
Author: Jay
Subject: Just as a note . . .
In reply to: TastingTheBlood 's message, "Silverstein admits to 'pulling it'" on 18:41:21 09/20/06 Wed

There is a lot of debate about what the phrase "pull it" means. Apparently, and I've checked several websites, the term "pull it" to firefighters means to evacuate the building. But to demolition teams, it refers to the process of controlled demolition. Since he was referring to a conversation that he had with the fire chief, many argue that he was referring to evacuating the building. The problem, however, is that the building was already evacuated at the time of the conversation. In the context of his conversation, I still think it was referencing a controlled demolition. Also, the videos show compelling evidence of charges going off just before the building collapsed. Same with towers one and two. While I have stated firmly what I believe, that it was an inside job, I would welcome anyone to convince me otherwise. I've just never seen any good rebuttal to the evidence that Alex Jones, Michael Ruppert and others have given. Most websites that I've seen that contest the inside job theory refer to the Popular Mechanics article. I've read it and I think it was very poorly written and does not address most of the main issues.


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