In April 2012, a fire broke out in a skyscraper in Moscow. While monitoring the event live, I was perusing a bunch of comments on a Yahoo ( Ya-what? ) forum. Anyway, someone posted the question "Do you think it will collapse like the World Trade Centre ?" It was my pleasure to respond with "Nah. Larry Silverstein doesn't have a SIX WEEK old insurance policy on that building. I'm sure it will still be there next week." Sure enough - a few hours later - the fire was under control and the building did not collapse neatly into its own footprint. I read another post to which I tried to respond but - when I clicked 'post' - an alphanumeric string appeared on the screen. I guessed that it must be some kind of error message so I copied and pasted it into a search engine. It was there I learned that anyone who posted a message that didn't support "the official 9/11 story" would be temporarily banned from posting on Yahoo forums. I'm not sure exactly how long the ban was because that website was well on its way to the bottom of the heap by then anyway. Censorship is nothing new.
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