Dear omaxsteve,omaxsteve wrote:
The only thing that I now for sure is that if,my brother or sister, or parent or child, or someone I loved was said to have died on one the planes that didn't crash, or to have died in a tower that was said to have collapsed because of a fake plane crash, I would not sleep until I exposed the perpetrators of this hoax. We need to get a brother or sister, if one exists, to come here and explain why they are not seeking answers and explanations for the deaths of their loved ones.
How did the next of kin prove their relationship to the vicsims?
Here's a classic example of the sort of stuff you'll find on the internets : here we have three purported "next-of-kin who lost loved ones on 9/11" , all of them 'coincidentally' commenting under a brief, 33-second-long "Camera Planet" clip:
I don't suppose you would encourage us to contact the above three Youtube users and ask them to prove their claims?
My point being: the internet is clearly infested by a gigantic swarm of such obvious trolls - typing away all day long in their sorry cubicles. In fact, we should consider ourselves fortunate not to have zillions of such trolls invading this forum - and I believe this is partly thanks to our strict admission rules - and partly thanks to our no-nonsense treatment of entities who manage to register here, only to produce scarce and flimsy evidence of the former existence of a "9/11 victim".
Honestly now, omaxsteve: how do you propose that we could improve our 'manners' and 'tolerance levels' - when confronted with entities such as BBS who based her claims on three old Kodak photos of a guy she states was her former college mate John Salamone - and that this guy was a good kisser? BBS even tried to push the notion that this John P. Salamone was actually listed in the SSDI - and I had to spend time and effort to demonstrate that this was not the case. As far as I'm concerned, this BBS was just some time-wasting BS. And the very last thing we need here are BS time-wasters.