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#192 - what's wrong with Pink Floyd?  [+] (1 reply) 10/02/2012 on 13 -11
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#343 - you seem to be ignoring the fact that those planes were full o…  [+] (3 replies) 09/11/2012 on an inconvenient truth +16
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#371 - SebyMeister (09/11/2012) [-]
Like you for example?You are telling me that US, the world super-power at that time has been so fragile to some arabic goatkeepers who hijacked some planes? You really think that New York's air defenses were so weak that anybody could crush fucking planes into the biggest buildings? Seriously?
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#1750 - MeTheHe (09/12/2012) [-]
We don't have fighter planes patrolling New York City. That would be a waist of money and resources. And what air defenses are you referring to? Do you think we have AA guns set up everywhere or something? At the time our security was very lax in airports compared to today. The things that happened 11 years ago would be not be able to happen today. At least not the same way. If a plane goes to far off a predetermined flight path today people are alerted. Back then it wasn't as monitored. No one had ever hijacked and plane and tried crashing it into a building before.
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