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A “If they presented a Profile in Courage lantern, would someone seek the light?”
B “If they provided a Pulitzer Prize, would someone pursue the truth?”
A “If they fielded a Fields Medal, would someone prove that 2 plus 0 is not 3?”
B “It they supplied only two planes, could someone destroy three buildings?”
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A “On Saturday, delegates of the American Institute of Architects (AIA) overwhelmingly voted down Resolution 15-6 which called for AIA to support a new investigation of the destruction of World Trade Center Building 7 on 9/11 2001. By a vote of 3892 – 160, the resolution, introduced by AIA member Dan Barnum FAIA, was voted down.”
B “96% of the delegates voted to ignore the facts, the science, and the evidence which is today common knowledge among those who care about the destruction of Building 7.”
A “The vote says more about architects, at least 3892 architects, than anything ever said about architects.”
B “And about 160 architects.”
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Bumper sticker of the week:
Give prizes for the truth and you may get some truth; give prizes for untruth and you will get untruth.