Wednesday, September 12, 2012 6:18:09 AM
@ emmettyville Are you really going there? Conspiracy theorists will always believe that the government was involved in spite of the fact that WE ALL SAW THE PLANES HIT THE BUILDINGS! And in spite of the fact the Al Qaeda TOOK FULL RESPONSIBILITY! But of course we all know that Osama bin Laden must have been paid by the U.S. government to take the blame since he's been a puppet of the U.S. government for years anyway, right? Do us all a favor and stay away from the kool-aid, okay?
Wednesday, September 12, 2012 6:11:02 AM
The 'mountain` is one of those small molehills of coincidence so beloved by people who think that the trails left by airplanes are poison, mountain dew shrinks testicles and everything is owned by satanists and the KKK. So, not so much.
Tuesday, September 11, 2012 11:07:57 PM
americans dont care about dead indians or el salvadorians, or anything else....the real tragedy here is that most of you fools still beleive it was a terrorist attack, despite the MOUNTAIN of evidence to the contrary. And the fact this was perpetrated by your government has allowed a multitude of laws to be passed to generally f uck up your government and laws and your personal freedoms. please visit infowars.com and wake the hell up. for christs sake someone post loose change 2 gain, and open some eyes already. jeez...
Tuesday, September 11, 2012 7:57:13 PM
@marcus2: "He didn't say that we should care about disasters in other countries, he was merely saying that, for some reason... ...and possibly worse, disasters." Okay, I`ll give you that one, even though I think it`s much more natural to be concerned about the deaths of people from the same culture as you, that could easily have been you. No, I`m not saying that the lives of the murdered are more important or valuable than those killed in natural disasters, but it certainly is more SHOCKING when people are ending thousands of human lives on purpose. Basically my point is this: an earthquake isn`t a crime against humanity, mass murder certainly is. And a crime against humanity is something definitely worth crying over. (also, it`s not relevant to my argument, but I`m from Northern Virginia and do know many people directly affected by the attack)