QUOTE (waterdancer @ Oct 24 2007, 10:12 PM)
I thought the photo was of perhaps a piece of fabric torn from a seat or something which anybody could have casually dropped on the lovely grass. How odd that the original photo is nowheresville and this scan from a paper page in the Pentagon 9/11 book is all we have. Likely the original photo had something incriminating such as four pairs of golf shoes in a semi-circle and a set of 2006 dated golf clubs, and the original required storage at Iron Mountain. I commented that it looked like something was sewed to the underside. My comment that the piece was almost as good as a hijackers's paper passport didn't seem to set too well with some fanatical believers. Then I got mauled by several cannibalistic the govt loyalist site
s and was informed it was a circuit board. These the govt loyalist site
s are cunning and vicious beasts, seemingly always desperate and ready to attack all non-NeoCON
s and in a constant state of paranoia, always assuming that their less than perfect leader will get both of his feet in his mouth once again.
How come when I type the names of these beasts (J R E F s), it magically changes to the govt loyalist site
A built-in defense mechanism? United Airlines Flight 93 Debris Stored at Top Secret Iron Mountain, One of the Most Secured Locations on Earth.