Which of course is no surprise as how the hell can anyone possibly like anything having to do with such a gutless attack on innocent people.
Also as expected, my email account got real busy with video from our friends who suspect we aren't getting the whole truth about this thing, but are a little afraid to be labelled as nuts.
We have no such fears here as we cheerfully admit to being at best a little nuts, and we don't trust what our government has to say on any issue one inch further than we are able pick up the Washington Monument and throw it.
Which brings us to this particular post which we started well over a year ago, and left on the shelf as we explored those explanations offered at the many, many 9/11 conspiracy theory debunking sites that can be found all over the internet, the best of which we link to once again here.
The following is the series of videos that first caused us to muse as follows.
And then ...
All right then, the video below is a compilation of footage from about every angle imaginable of the collapse of Building 7 of the World Trade Center.
At 46 seconds take note of the dark rectangle at the second and third stories from the top of Building 7 and the older brick and stone skinned structure in the lower right hand corner of the shot that enable you to clearly identify Building 7 and its location.
Now check out the video below where you are being told by the BBC of the collapse of Building 7, "the Salomon Brothers Building" as it is/was known.
At 1:17 Jane Standley steps out of the shot saying, "As you can see behind me ..."
Look in the upper right hand corner.
IT'S STILL STANDING.
Now, here's some footage from the ground.
You have your basic New York City cop moving people back from the site while clearly telling them "The building is about to blow up"
I'll agree with anyone that this particular bit of footage isn't evidence of much, but to say "blow up" rather than "fall down" gets my attention.
Finally, you get this site.
It's my opinion that these guys probably aren't knuckleheads.
Thanks to Elizabeth K for pointing us at this whole thing.