Tuesday, October 14, 2008

It's obvious when you put it like that...


  1. My analytical mind would be curious to know:

    A) How many steel framed skyscrapers have been subject to infernos before, and
    B) How many steel framed skyscrapers have had fueled airliner fly into them before.

    Not that I'm naying, I'm just saying. You know?

  2. "Sept 11th was the first time in history that fire has ever melted steel. Gulf of Tonkin, people. Google it!"

    -Rosie O'Donnell, actress/comedienne/metallurgist

  3. Ah, the blessed 9/11 Truth Movement, the world's most ironically named organization. I would joke about whether they think Bush killed Kennedy too, but the fact is that some of them think his father did. You can't parody these people.

  4. The sad thing is, before I enlarged that picture, I thought that the last line read Superman II.

  5. I'm going to go out on a limb and say it was somebody crashing a plane into it.

    Also, THAT IS NOT WHAT QUOTATION MARKS ARE FOR. If usage evolves to the point where the use of quotation marks for emphasis becomes commonplace, I will be very, very cross.

  6. "I have here the voucher for the flight lessons!"