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From: "Tarver Engineering"
Subject: Re: PoliticalEssays: The Continuing 911
Date: Mon, 17 Nov 2003 20:17:40 -0800
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"And in the high temple the Angel Hymie coated a creature with olive
oil. Raising his eyes to G-d, the Angel, assisted by an assortment of
Rabbis, inserted the beady-eyed creature into the eager blowhole of
one Bertie the Bunyid. The creature quickly turned and poked it's head
from the Bunyid's bunghole and squeaked, 'you fucking schmucks, this
is not a colon, it's a warehouse full of dildos and bored rats playing
Do you believe the Bunyip is really a kosher mazor?
"John Mazor" wrote in message
> "Jerry Aspar" wrote in message
> > ` The first 911 was a spectacular hit, a crime without
> > fingerprints organized and directed by Russia.
> > It proved that where there's a will, there's a way.
> > The over-the-top TV coverage served to incite many
> > adventurers native to The Superpower to create a
> > whole series of 911s, all without fingerprints.
> > Queens Plane Crash Cause Still Probed
> > Associated Press reports November 10th:
> > The crash of American Airlines Flight 587 on Nov. 12,
> > 2001, killed all 260 passengers and crew on the plane
> > and five people on the ground in Belle Harbor, N.Y.
> > The National Transportation Safety Board claims the
> > crash was the result of "the plane's rudder suddenly...
> > swerving violently, causing the tail fin to break off."
> > That's the NTSB's story. Some adventurers native to
> > The Superpower might tell a different story --if they
> > wished to do so.
> > So why's the NTSB got a death-grip investigation still
> > going strong?
> > You need to know that the downed plane was an Airbus,
> > not a Boeing.
> > AP reports:
> > The airline on Monday accused Airbus of withholding
> > information about such incidents since 1991, which
> > "left American Airlines and other operators without
> > the knowledge we have today to safely operate the
> > airplane."
> > Airbus, in a statement, said it has told its customers
> > everything about related events as soon as it possibly
> > could.
> > It's obvious the NTSB investigation's now a dog fight
> > between Europe's Airbus and The Superpower's Boeing for
> > future sales to airline operators.
> > The Superpower's panicky attempt to deny the continuing
> > 911 is compromised, and not only by today's adventurers.
> Whee! Another clueless git checks in from the farthest nether regions
> of the right-field cheap seats.
> It was caused by a pilot wig-wagging the rudder because nobody
> bothered to tell them that they can't do that.