???brianv wrote:John Shack? Can you dig it? Right on!
I don't get your reference.
simonshack@July 3, 2010 8:08 PM wrote:
3) Regarding Cantor Fitzgerald, I have a much graver question which screams for an explanation: If you go to their OWN, official memorial page listing their lost employees, you can find them listed from A to Z. Try counting them (If I remember well, I think there are somewhere around 370 - but no more than 400...)
Good spotting, HN!HonestlyNow wrote:
*This Bug is from Hollywood (Florida)
Thanks, that's quite complimentary. I of course do know the lyrics to Shaft, I just didn't get your transition Jeff Simpson>John Shaft.brianv wrote:For a member who does nothing except post pop videos I'm quite surprised!
Quoth Simon : "And here's a dozen more SIM-SIMS (dang! there are days I wish my parents would have called me "John" ) "fbenario wrote:Thanks, that's quite complimentary. I of course do know the lyrics to Shaft, I just didn't get your transition Jeff Simpson>John Shaft.brianv wrote:For a member who does nothing except post pop videos I'm quite surprised!
Oh yeah, and the propaganda beat must go on & on...MrSinclair wrote:Speaking of pop music and 9/11 vics here we have a real person who attributes the cancer that killed her to particulate matter she inhaled as a results of the towers destruction.
http://www.telegraph.co.uk/news/celebri ... icles.html
'Queen of Disco' Donna Summer 'thought she became ill after inhaling 9/11 particles'
Donna Summer, the 1970s pop singer known as the Queen of Disco, has died of lung cancer, an illness she believes she contracted from inhaling toxic particles released after the September 11 terrorist attacks in New York
Nice lot of keyword spamming there!By Mark Hughes, in New York and Andrew Hough
8:30PM BST 17 May 2012
The 63-year-old singer, who had hits including Hot Stuff, Love to Love You, Baby and I Feel Love, died in Florida on Thursday morning.
She had largely kept her battle with lung cancer out of the public eye. But the website TMZ reported that the singer had told friends she believed her illness was the result of inhaling toxic dust from the collapsed Twin Towers.
On Thursday night tributes were paid to the singer, considered by many to be the voice of the 1970s.
At least 55 rescuers have died as a result of cancer since 9/11. Although many had been diagnosed with the disease prior to the tragedy. At least 75 have been diagnosed with cancer since the attacks.
More than 18,000 people claim to have fallen ill due to inhaling dust particles from the collapse of the towers, with the primary issue being repspitory [sic] problems. And the number is constantly increasing.
The majority of those affected are rescue workers who spent extended periods at Ground Zero. Several people who died of illness following 9/11, including eight police officers, have their names on the World Trade Center memorial.
Many families have sued the city for illnesses brought on by the tragedy with cases still making their way through the courts.
According to air polluton [sic] experts the dust contained asbestos as well as traces of Lead, mercury and dioxin. More than 2,500 contaminants were found in the dust including known carcinogens.
Do you suppose anyone out there has the hacking skills to substitute appropriate SC hyperlinks for those attached all the keywords in these articles? That would totally rock.Maat wrote: Nice lot of keyword spamming there!