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#52 - It has nothing to do with the building.. its a road junction b…  [+] (2 replies) 11/11/2016 on the rioters are fighting... +1
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#53 - infurnus (11/11/2016) [-]
Oh I know it has nothing to do with the building as such. But .. let's say it's a hospital. That junction has an Ambulance right of way system, signals are shut off/destroyed. Ambulance comes into that junction, crashes killing paramedics, patients and people involved. That's why I asked about the building.

I am aware it's for control of cable lines and street lights etc. All superficial shit.
#55 - chaostian (11/11/2016) [-]
If the city has boxes like that then all of their boxes are like that so any one of them will have issues. My father worked at Siemens ITS in the branch that specialized in making traffic control boards, and boxes. Cities generally purchase them in lots of around 100-200 or 20-40 of them Probably pallets of them. All major control boxes in the area would have that feature so its probably just as detrimental breaking any one of them, From the camera angles I can see plaques, or items on display inside the building so its probably some specialty store, or office building.

Regardless.... you don't break shit and had I not have a shitty car id patrol around here in texas, Austin, or Dallas with the 12 gauge with my friends and peacefully remind people not to break our shit. The gun is completely for self defense not offense... even though it should be. It infuriates me like they are babies yeah, but what the fuck do you think breaking shit in your own towns is going to accomplish.. your probably breaking some Hillary supporters shit I doubt businesses openly state I'm Trump, or I'm Hillary on their windows.. that's asking for trouble.
#18 - Yeah I would have died fighting for my country, but that's jus…  [+] (3 replies) 11/11/2016 on Paul Watson about the Trump... +8
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#19 - shiiiiiiiiiiii (11/11/2016) [-]
Hadn't thought of speaking to a governor/representative for asylum. I'll bring that up and hopefully something can get worked out. Thanks for your input.
Just to clarify, her mom didn't piss off the cartel. Imagine an idiot relative or friend who dared cross someone they shouldn't have. I've been told actually that the drug cartels run the place and do whatever they please including kidnapping and submitting people into human trafficking.
As much as I admire your desire to stay and fight to make your country better, I feel like it's easier said than done because we aren't directly oppressed the way citizens of other countries are. The cartels run the show. They control the guns and the intelligence.
#28 - feedingwolves (11/11/2016) [-]
i can't believe you just asked somebody to put themselves in their shoes, and he has been in the same fucking situation and your best response was "you don't represent them". What the fuck was the first excuse in the first place then if you were gonna whip out that shite.
#33 - funnyhat (11/11/2016) [-]
dude you are replying to someone who just said it never occurred to people, being pursued by the Mexican mafia to talk to the police
either he, his friend and family are severe autists or he is some sort of new-age troll
#16 - Yes I attempted to move to Australia. I had a girlfriend of 7 …  [+] (6 replies) 11/11/2016 on Paul Watson about the Trump... +10
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#17 - shiiiiiiiiiiii (11/11/2016) [-]
Your single experience doesn't reflect the struggles that other people go through. Her family is being pursued by the drug cartels and you think they should just stay there and get killed? The only way they "broke the law" is by overstaying a visa because they would be in imminent danger otherwise. I think you'd make the same decision.
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#20 - asugar (11/11/2016) [-]
Sucks how your criminal in law might be punished for breaking the law. That's so inconvenient for all of you.
#18 - chaostian (11/11/2016) [-]
Yeah I would have died fighting for my country, but that's just me being stupid. Here is a more realistic view. I wouldn't complain about being forced to submit to the punishments of the country who I willingly broke the law of when its so easy not to be broken. I don't know how you piss off a drug cartel short of doing something stupid. But perhaps you should go and explain this story to a governor, or other representative. Seek Asylum instead of begging to be above the law. Get a loan, get her a visa how about not waiting because right now it isn't just deporting, and barring of entry back in but prison time shes facing.
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#19 - shiiiiiiiiiiii (11/11/2016) [-]
Hadn't thought of speaking to a governor/representative for asylum. I'll bring that up and hopefully something can get worked out. Thanks for your input.
Just to clarify, her mom didn't piss off the cartel. Imagine an idiot relative or friend who dared cross someone they shouldn't have. I've been told actually that the drug cartels run the place and do whatever they please including kidnapping and submitting people into human trafficking.
As much as I admire your desire to stay and fight to make your country better, I feel like it's easier said than done because we aren't directly oppressed the way citizens of other countries are. The cartels run the show. They control the guns and the intelligence.
#28 - feedingwolves (11/11/2016) [-]
i can't believe you just asked somebody to put themselves in their shoes, and he has been in the same fucking situation and your best response was "you don't represent them". What the fuck was the first excuse in the first place then if you were gonna whip out that shite.
#33 - funnyhat (11/11/2016) [-]
dude you are replying to someone who just said it never occurred to people, being pursued by the Mexican mafia to talk to the police
either he, his friend and family are severe autists or he is some sort of new-age troll
#44 - almost 16 years, and most of all the evidence is destroyed, an…  [+] (1 reply) 11/11/2016 on The Stumpening, Protests,... 0
#193 - swagbot (11/12/2016) [-]
Wrong.

Though, yes, a lot of the evidence you'd need for the Meta-Game to prove ALL connections and ALL intent and ALL means would require some detective work (P-Tec, Able Danger, the Generals involved, who laid the cordite at the Pentagon, Cheney's connections, the Demo Crews inside WTC 1 and 2.... all the 'covert ops' shit), there is still...

1) ...enough evidence to convict many officials of both the crime, complicity therein, and of the coverup, and...

2) ... many "minor" charges which can be brought against people related to the coverup, such as Destruction of Evidence, incompetence in providing healthcare to first-respondents, INSURANCE FRAUD for Larry Silverstein (at least), incompetence in investigation for NIST etc, on and on.

We cannot just plow forward.

America needs to rip this demon out by the roots, 'bloody' as that surgery may be.
#14 - These are all excuses. It isn't just deporting, its prison she…  [+] (9 replies) 11/11/2016 on Paul Watson about the Trump... +10
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#15 - shiiiiiiiiiiii (11/11/2016) [-]
I'm sorry, do you know what it's like to be in their shoes?
#43 - DrOctoganapus (11/11/2016) [-]
Fuck of you idiot.
You literally spout excuse after excuse.
I was on board with your original post my because parents being legal immigrants. They came from the soviet collapse after they got married with less than $100 USD, worked THEIR FUCKING ASSES OFF, went through college, raised a family, and got their citizenship after 8 years (long fucking process I know).
Ever since they've been in this country they've done everything legally and worked with the system (it's not perfect at all but it works), and just seeing bullshit stories like this pisses me off. I've lived within the immigrant community all my life and scum like your GF's family don't deserve special treatment.
There's no excuse to not become a citizen if you plan on living here.
#16 - chaostian (11/11/2016) [-]
Yes I attempted to move to Australia. I had a girlfriend of 7 years there. Shit.. Happens.. Hearts break. I didn't have the option to see her every other month. I still made it work that long. If your telling me you cant get some one to follow the laws of a country THAT BORDERS THE GOD DAMN THING. You garner... zero sympathy. It isn't hard.

Follow the law.
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#17 - shiiiiiiiiiiii (11/11/2016) [-]
Your single experience doesn't reflect the struggles that other people go through. Her family is being pursued by the drug cartels and you think they should just stay there and get killed? The only way they "broke the law" is by overstaying a visa because they would be in imminent danger otherwise. I think you'd make the same decision.
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#20 - asugar (11/11/2016) [-]
Sucks how your criminal in law might be punished for breaking the law. That's so inconvenient for all of you.
#18 - chaostian (11/11/2016) [-]
Yeah I would have died fighting for my country, but that's just me being stupid. Here is a more realistic view. I wouldn't complain about being forced to submit to the punishments of the country who I willingly broke the law of when its so easy not to be broken. I don't know how you piss off a drug cartel short of doing something stupid. But perhaps you should go and explain this story to a governor, or other representative. Seek Asylum instead of begging to be above the law. Get a loan, get her a visa how about not waiting because right now it isn't just deporting, and barring of entry back in but prison time shes facing.
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#19 - shiiiiiiiiiiii (11/11/2016) [-]
Hadn't thought of speaking to a governor/representative for asylum. I'll bring that up and hopefully something can get worked out. Thanks for your input.
Just to clarify, her mom didn't piss off the cartel. Imagine an idiot relative or friend who dared cross someone they shouldn't have. I've been told actually that the drug cartels run the place and do whatever they please including kidnapping and submitting people into human trafficking.
As much as I admire your desire to stay and fight to make your country better, I feel like it's easier said than done because we aren't directly oppressed the way citizens of other countries are. The cartels run the show. They control the guns and the intelligence.
#28 - feedingwolves (11/11/2016) [-]
i can't believe you just asked somebody to put themselves in their shoes, and he has been in the same fucking situation and your best response was "you don't represent them". What the fuck was the first excuse in the first place then if you were gonna whip out that shite.
#33 - funnyhat (11/11/2016) [-]
dude you are replying to someone who just said it never occurred to people, being pursued by the Mexican mafia to talk to the police
either he, his friend and family are severe autists or he is some sort of new-age troll
#41 - Most of that can be done within 6 months of January 20th. Exce…  [+] (12 replies) 11/11/2016 on The Stumpening, Protests,... +2
#42 - swagbot (11/11/2016) [-]
"Most of that can be done within 6 months of January 20th."

Good, and I agree.

Now hold Trump to task and make sure he actually does this stuff!

I'm sure FJ will still be covering this stuff.

"Except looking into 9/11 We have bigger things to worry about than past events that we have already dealt with."

9/11 hasn't "Already been dealt with".

9/11 was perpetrated with a domestic faction working in concert with foreign agents.

Much of the Bush Family was involved, and, like the Clinton Network, they need to be held to account for their crimes, as well as every slimy fuck who profited off of the Iraq War.

Hell, their fortunes could be seized as Profits From Crime, and they could be sent to jail for the rest of their lives. Give that money to the Vets who got cut up in Iraq and Afghanistan, and to address the health problems of those near Ground Zero.

Also, a proper re-investigation of 9/11 would give the U.S. a HUGE degree of unity (as the desire to prosecute the 9/11 conspirators runs DEEP and across party lines), and would fix a deep sore spot in the Nation's collective conscience.

inb4 lol wat u think 9/11 was inside job lol conspiracy threoist

Watch the video.
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#66 - elsanna (11/11/2016) [-]
Can we at least agree that planes brought down the towers? If we want to argue about if there were insiders that helped them do it, fine, but having common ground would help us.
#188 - swagbot (11/12/2016) [-]
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No.

Don't do me the indignity of replying without having done your own research first.
I am not here to hand-hold you out of your Cognitive Dissonance.
Be an adult, and research this stuff boldly for yourself.

1. The Impact of the planes did not result in structural failure:

The WTC towers were specifically tested and confirmed to withstand a 600-mph impact from a Boeing 707, which would've actually yielded more destructive force than a 767, which hit on 9/11.
[ www1.ae911truth.org/faqs/655-faq-9-were-the-twin-towers-designed-to-survive-the-impact-of-the-airplanes.html ]

Also, even if you are going to be so deluded as to believe an airplane could take down a massive, robust hundred-thousand-ton steel-and-concrete skyscraper (WTC 1 and 2), remember... No aircraft struck WTC7... so we're supposed to believe that a puny fire brought this entire building down directly in its footprint in 7 seconds?
[ www1.ae911truth.org/en/news-section/41-articles/872-freefall-and-building-7-on-911-by-david-chandler.html ]

2. The 'Fire from Jet Fuel' did not contribute to any significant structural weakness in WTC 1 and 2.

The ASTM time-temperature curve for the precise grade of steel used throughout WTC 1 and 2 shows that the steel would have been able to withstand ~2000+F degree temperatures without any structurally-compromising softening, and even higher before melting.
[ www.911truth.org/ul-executive-speaks-out-on-wtc-study/ ]

Black smoke in an indication of a weak, low-temperature fire, around ~800 degrees.

Indeed, there was nothing to really fuel a fire at the impact point - most office furnishings are fire-retardant by law, the building materials don't burn very well (drywall, metal interior stud framing, styrofoam ceilings), and the entire substructure was steel, concrete, and fire-retardant cement spray-coatings.
#189 - swagbot (11/12/2016) [-]
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The fire couldn't have been too hot, as...

A] All of the plane's fuel burnt off in a fireball.... it didn't sit burning against the building frame like an acetylene torch. This is a "Hollywood" misconception that 9-11 Believers urgently need to overcome.

B] People were visible, most famously Edna Cintron, standing relatively calmly at the impact site. If the fire was hot enough to cause structural failure (particularly on the exterior trusses, on which they were standing), these people would've been little balls of char by then.
[ youtu.be/APPrKNskn7Y ]

C] The NYPD Battalion Chief Orio Palmer et. al., were able to reach the site of the fire, radioed back that there were "two isolated pockets", and had specific instructions for the number of men and hoses required to contain the fires. They say no indication of an imminent structural failure. It was a bad, smokey situation, but that's it.
[ youtu.be/Y0w1EhJiG0Y ]

Remember- in the case of an extreme out-of-control fire, such as in some of the examples provided below, firefighters don't even try to save the building.... they just try to evacuate and stop the fire from spreading to other buildings in the vicinity.

3. No steel-frame building has even fallen due to 'fire' in the past 150+ years in the modern era of steel-frame construction, even buildings which have been hit by airplanes, and buildings which have been FULLY engulfed in strongly-burning, well-fueled, well-oxygenated fires, for multiple-times longer than WTC 1, 2, or 7.
[ bit.ly/2epQLte ]

The first time a building fell due to 'structural failure from fire' was ALLEGEDLY THREE TIMES, all at once, on September 11th, 2001. The worst effects, often from fires far hotter than the WTC fires, were some intra-floor buckling and partial single-floor sagging or collapse. Complete structural failure of a steel-framed skyscraper had never happened in the modern era before September 11th, 2001.
[ bit.ly/2fFknA7] [ 911research.wtc7.net/wtc/analysis/compare/fires.html ]

IMO, one has to either be mentally impaired, or a complete coward to not begin thinking that 9/11 was a controlled demolition, after that kind of evidence.... This is all to say nothing of the extremely suspicious crash sites in Pennsylvania, the Pentagon, or any of the 'meta' surrounding the incident itself.

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Yes, planes did HIT the towers.

And yes, those planes started some smokey, low-temperature fires, and killed a lot of people on impact.

But the effects of the impact itself did NOT effect the structural integrity of WTC as to cause its collapse.

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All or nothing with Truth, baby.
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#197 - elsanna (11/12/2016) [-]
>All or nothing with Truth, baby

Well you're definitely going with the nothing approach then. www.youtube.com/playlist?list=PLthPsWmE3cefpc2sBzI9gamfS9eJRdgEK
#198 - swagbot (11/12/2016) [-]
So.... i spend like two hours of my own time writing AND citing that entire comment, and you just throw it in my face like that?

I'm gonna screencap this and see that FJ thinks about it... you intellectual coward.
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#200 - elsanna (11/12/2016) [-]
I provided counter-evidence. Feel free to be as much of a salty attention whore as you want about this.
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#44 - chaostian (11/11/2016) [-]
almost 16 years, and most of all the evidence is destroyed, and witnesses silenced. I hope you have big boss, or Sam fisher on your side to get the info you need otherwise. Its probably a lost cause at this point. Id rather put all the effort into something we still have evidence for as opposed to trying to catch ghosts.
#193 - swagbot (11/12/2016) [-]
Wrong.

Though, yes, a lot of the evidence you'd need for the Meta-Game to prove ALL connections and ALL intent and ALL means would require some detective work (P-Tec, Able Danger, the Generals involved, who laid the cordite at the Pentagon, Cheney's connections, the Demo Crews inside WTC 1 and 2.... all the 'covert ops' shit), there is still...

1) ...enough evidence to convict many officials of both the crime, complicity therein, and of the coverup, and...

2) ... many "minor" charges which can be brought against people related to the coverup, such as Destruction of Evidence, incompetence in providing healthcare to first-respondents, INSURANCE FRAUD for Larry Silverstein (at least), incompetence in investigation for NIST etc, on and on.

We cannot just plow forward.

America needs to rip this demon out by the roots, 'bloody' as that surgery may be.