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greyl Donating Member (1000+ posts) Send PM | Profile | Ignore Thu Dec-07-06 11:06 PM
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91. No, I don't think you ever understood them.
One reason why posters believe it's necessary to stay on topic is because straying from the topic is unproductive. Like in this case.

Speaking of Inside Job, wildbilln864 said "there isn't much evidence yet".
To which mhatrw replied, "Nor is there any hard evidence of the OCT."
Then, I said "There is an absolutely overwhelming consensus on what most likely occurred on 9/11.", equating the "OCT" with the story that has an overwhelming consensus, i.e. 19 Islamists hijacked 4 planes and crashed them in PA, WTC 1 & 2, and the Pentagon. No missiles, no controlled demo, no star wars beams.
Got it?
The story which has an overwhelming consensus is the story that CTists of all stripes insist is not true. They are in denial of the truth of it, but not that it exists. Until your last post.

Apparently, you're still making an error of equivocation with the terms "cover-up" and "inside job".
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