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Title: Playing Poker With A Dod Member
Description: Q & A's


Groveton - September 20, 2006 05:42 PM (GMT)
I was playing on-line poker at "Doyle's Room", when a player sat down with the name DoD256. So, I took the opportunity to ask some questions:

Groveton: DoD...do you work for the Dept of Defense?

DoD256: yup

Groveton: When the plane hit the pentagon, why didn't the missle defense system work?

DoD256: Don't know

Groveton: Someone switch it off?

DoD256: I don't know

Groveton: What happened to the security tapes from the 8 security cams mounted on top of the roof?

DoD256: don't know

Groveton: Have you ever seen them?

DoD256: no....too old

(aside...what was too old? tapes or him?)

Groveton: would you tell me if you had?

(someone else at the table): He'd have to kill you!
(lol's all around...except for DoD256)

Groveton: Have you ever heard of the "Able Danger" project?

DoD256: no

Groveton: How does a 757 with a 120+ wingspan fit into a 14 ft hole?

DoD256: I don't know

Groveton: Nice to know my tax $'s are well spent on you...lol

Groveton: One last question....if the fireball caused by the crash was so hot as to incinerate the plane, how were the victims able to be identified by fingerprints?

DoD256: I don't know

(We continued playing for about 30 mins...very cordial, with the 'nice hand' exchanged a few times. DoD notified us at his last hand):

Groveton: Going to work on those questions?

DoD256: .......
<no reply>

Comically interesting.
Groveton

johndoeX - September 20, 2006 06:05 PM (GMT)
[cheers] [salute]

JAStewart - September 20, 2006 06:12 PM (GMT)
He wasn't a DoD member.

They're be a clan or something.

Wingmaster05 - September 20, 2006 06:40 PM (GMT)
Yea if he was DoD some minions would pop out out of nowhere and defend him, and then never be seen again.

Lyte Trip - September 20, 2006 07:26 PM (GMT)
All you can do is ask.

Good job for trying.

But he sure answered correctly if he really DID work for the DoD!

FileNotFound - September 20, 2006 08:56 PM (GMT)
lol, yeah this one is quite funny.

Nut - September 20, 2006 09:59 PM (GMT)
To accurately question the Pentagon event, you need to stop with the "the entire plane was vaporised", as that's never been suggested by any investigation.

TorontoEye - September 20, 2006 10:13 PM (GMT)
Not to throw a wrench in the gears but there is no way to actually find out if he worked for the Dod. Just because he said he worked there doesn't mean it's true...

Intresting if he does though.

Lyte Trip - September 20, 2006 10:16 PM (GMT)
QUOTE (Nut @ Sep 20 2006, 09:59 PM)
To accurately question the Pentagon event, you need to stop with the "the entire plane was vaporised", as that's never been suggested by any investigation.

Then where did it go?

Oh yeah......THAT has never been suggested by any investigation either.

Groveton - September 20, 2006 10:50 PM (GMT)
QUOTE (Lyte Trip @ Sep 20 2006, 12:26 PM)
All you can do is ask.

Good job for trying.

But he sure answered correctly if he really DID work for the DoD!

You know...now that I think about it....
that question about 'able danger; was when he answered "no...too old"
I had asked if he knew or was a part of the project...

hmmmm




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