Comment: Oh, you're totally right.

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Oh, you're totally right.

Because in the "chaos of the day", it would've been virtually IMPOSSIBLE to have the field reporter turn an astounding 180 degrees during the course of the nearly 30-minute broadcast to see the building was, in fact, STILL STANDING BEHIND HER. Assuming that incompetence was the case, perhaps they could've revised their story and apologize for their mistake? Nope, that didn't happen. In fact, the opposite happened; the on-scene feed cuts out, only returning after the implosion of WTC 7, where the story simply marches forward. Did you even WATCH that video? I get the sneaking suspicion that you didn't, angrily typed a response, and retreated quickly back into your own compromised version of reality.

...and even if you somehow believe that sordid explanation, you trust that same media to deliver you an accurate account of the most absurd day in American history? You have more faith than me, my friend.

Oh, and FYI, there are more ways to memorialize something than building a physical memorial.

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