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Interesting Comments By First Responder

check out this very intersting Google video


Around 6:30 ish into the piece the firefighter is asked whether he believes information sharing btween the feds and the first responders is any better since 9/11....his answer was really interesting....he said when an incident does occur the first responders need to know exactly what's going on b/c they are going to be putting their lives at risk and that if the feds know or have reason to know that explosives/chemicals, etc. aremay be involved to tell them so they can protect themselves....his carefully worded implication is that if the feds knew there were explosives in the building they should have let us know so we could have protected ourselves..he basically said, hey if i'm going to send my men into a situatuion i need to know if there are going to be explosives involved so i can better prepare my men to respond to that type of emergency...

Why Don't Brazilian Airplanes Vaporize When THEY Crash Nose First From 36,000 Feet?

I read with great interest that there was recent plane crash in Brazil where a brand new commercial plane plunged from 36,000 feet nose first at speeds in excess of 300 mph into the ground.....apparently there was a mid-air collision with another jet. But for some reason, planes in Brazil don't vaporize when they hit the ground, unlike flight 93. The pictures show actual wreckage...wheels....wings...and lots of whole bodies. Here is the link for some of the pictures


Is this as important as I think it is?