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    lazylauren
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    Thank you! That is interesting. I wish I could find the video clip I found years ago of raw news footage of the paper cutout of a human slowly floating down the towers to the ground, I thought speed that video up and you got a jumper. I can’t find it though. I think most of it was CGI, but possibly for onsite onlookers, could there have been something more physical but fake? I think the more advanced we become the more obvious its going to be and its going to get harder for anyone to deny that this was a nothing more than a demolition with special effects, most of which were computer generated.

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    And don’t these people look pretty happy for it being such a sad event?

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    in reply to: Old News Articles #852017
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    April 27, 2001. Larry Silverstein buys outdated buildings that according to the NYC Department of Buildings were tagged unsafe due to asbestos for 3.2 billion. This article is obviously greatly exaggerating the tenancy because if there were truly 40,000 people working there it’s amazing only a fraction of that number were said to have died. And notice the date the deal was supposed be final…sometime in September.

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    in reply to: Old News Articles #852015
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    This article describes the money put in to the buildings.

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