A little bit politically incorrect but........

As the subject says… a little bit politically incorrect…

New York - Year 2032 A father and his son are walking the Manhattan
streets when the father stops at a vacant lot, takes a deep breath and
tells his son: “To think that at one time here on this very lot stood the
Twin Towers.” The son looks at his father and asked: “Dad, what are the
Twin Towers?” Father says: “My dear son, the Twin Towers were two
tremendously tall buildings with lots of offices that was the heart of the
United States, but approx 31 years ago, several Arabs destroyed the
buildings.” The boy then thought for a minute and then asked his father:
“Daddy what are Arabs?”

Not funny at all…EXTREMELY racist, indeed.

-Mike K.

Aaron P wrote:
>
> As the subject says… a little bit politically incorrect…
>
> New York - Year 2032 A father and his son are walking the Manhattan
> streets when the father stops at a vacant lot, takes a deep breath and
> tells his son: "To think that at one time here on this very lot stood
> the Twin Towers." The son looks at his father and asked: "Dad, what are
> the Twin Towers?" Father says: "My dear son, the Twin Towers were two
> tremendously tall buildings with lots of offices that was the heart of
> the United States, but approx 31 years ago, several Arabs destroyed the
> buildings." The boy then thought for a minute and then asked his father:
> “Daddy what are Arabs?”

Not just a little, nor even just politicaly incorrect, pure bigotry in my
humble opinion.

Gary Stein

“Aaron P” <aaron@net-studios.com> wrote in message
news:9pqsas$lfp$1@www.darklock.com
> As the subject says… a little bit politically incorrect…
>
> New York - Year 2032 A father and his son are walking the Manhattan
> streets when the father
stops
> at a vacant lot, takes a deep breath and tells his son: "To think that
> at one time here on this very lot stood the Twin Towers." The son
> looks at
his
> father and asked: “Dad, what are the Twin Towers?” Father says: "My dear
> son, the Twin Towers were two tremendously tall buildings with lots of
> offices that was the heart of the United States, but approx 31 years
> ago, several Arabs destroyed the buildings." The boy then thought for a
> minute and then asked his father: “Daddy what are Arabs?”

I am surprised at the lack of response to this one… I do not necessarily
agree with this joke at all, however i thought it would spark an
interesting discussion…

Oh well.

-Aaron

“Gary Stein” <gestein@starpower.net> wrote in message
news:9psj81$dmc$1@www.t-shirtcountdown.com
> Not just a little, nor even just politicaly incorrect, pure bigotry in
> my humble opinion.
>
> Gary Stein
>
> “Aaron P” <aaron@net-studios.com> wrote in message
> news:9pqsas$lfp$1@www.darklock.com
> > As the subject says… a little bit politically incorrect…
> >
> > New York - Year 2032 A father and his son are walking the Manhattan
> > streets when the father
> stops
> > at a vacant lot, takes a deep breath and tells his son: "To think that
at
> > one time here on this very lot stood the Twin Towers." The son
> > looks at
> his
> > father and asked: “Dad, what are the Twin Towers?” Father says: "My
dear
> > son, the Twin Towers were two tremendously tall buildings with lots of
> > offices that was the heart of the United States, but approx 31 years
ago,
> > several Arabs destroyed the buildings." The boy then thought for a
minute
> > and then asked his father: “Daddy what are Arabs?”
> >
> >
>

BaBaBooie wrote:

> Ba Ba Booie !

That would be cool if a building could do that, but it’d be pretty rough
inside (but gentle in comparison).

Seems that JD cannot stay away from us.

From a message posted by him on his news.worldwebserver.com account…
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And this past message: NNTP-Posting-Host: 209-165-53.71.lightspeed.net

-Aaron.

“BaBaBooie” <bababooie@howardstern.com> wrote in message
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> Ba Ba Booie !
>
> BaBaBooie <bababooie@howardstern.com> wrote in message
> news:9prak2$4r7$1@www.darklock.com
> >
> > Mike King <mike@webcodefocus.com> wrote in message
> > news:3BC0FE9F.6CFE89AE@webcodefocus.com
> > >
> > > Not funny at all…EXTREMELY racist, indeed.
> > >
> > > -Mike K.
> > >
> > > Aaron P wrote:
> > > >
> > > > As the subject says… a little bit politically incorrect…
> > > >
> > > > New York - Year 2032 A father and his son are walking the
> > > > Manhattan streets when the
father
> > stops
> > > > at a vacant lot, takes a deep breath and tells his son: "To think
that
> > at
> > > > one time here on this very lot stood the Twin Towers." The son
looks
> at
> > his
> > > > father and asked: “Dad, what are the Twin Towers?” Father says:
"My
> > dear
> > > > son, the Twin Towers were two tremendously tall buildings with
> > > > lots
of
> > > > offices that was the heart of the United States, but approx 31
> > > > years
> > ago,
> > > > several Arabs destroyed the buildings." The boy then thought for a
> > minute
> > > > and then asked his father: “Daddy what are Arabs?”
> >
> >
> >

hey JD, why don’t you stay and chat?


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“BaBaBooie” <bababooie@howardstern.com> wrote in message
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> Ba Ba Booie !
>
> BaBaBooie <bababooie@howardstern.com> wrote in message
> news:9prak2$4r7$1@www.darklock.com
> >
> > Mike King <mike@webcodefocus.com> wrote in message
> > news:3BC0FE9F.6CFE89AE@webcodefocus.com
> > >
> > > Not funny at all…EXTREMELY racist, indeed.
> > >
> > > -Mike K.
> > >
> > > Aaron P wrote:
> > > >
> > > > As the subject says… a little bit politically incorrect…
> > > >
> > > > New York - Year 2032 A father and his son are walking the
> > > > Manhattan streets when the
father
> > stops
> > > > at a vacant lot, takes a deep breath and tells his son: "To think
that
> > at
> > > > one time here on this very lot stood the Twin Towers." The son
looks
> at
> > his
> > > > father and asked: “Dad, what are the Twin Towers?” Father says:
"My
> > dear
> > > > son, the Twin Towers were two tremendously tall buildings with
> > > > lots
of
> > > > offices that was the heart of the United States, but approx 31
> > > > years
> > ago,
> > > > several Arabs destroyed the buildings." The boy then thought for a
> > minute
> > > > and then asked his father: “Daddy what are Arabs?”
> >
> >
> >

“Gilby” <mail@gilby.com> wrote in message
news:3BC2806D.2010501@gilby.com
> BaBaBooie wrote:
>
> > Ba Ba Booie !
>
> That would be cool if a building could do that, but it’d be pretty rough
> inside (but gentle in comparison).

When the top moves 100m in 1 second, .5 second with 40 G acceleration .5
second with 40 G deacceleration

For the humans in the inside, the result would be the same number of death


Roland Mösl http://pege.org Clear targets for a confused civilization
http://BeingFound.com Web Design starts at the search engine

Roland Mösl wrote:

> When the top moves 100m in 1 second, .5 second with 40 G acceleration .5
> second with 40 G deacceleration
>
> For the humans in the inside, the result would be the same number
> of death

Yeah, but what about that anti-gravity stuff. Don’t that have that from
the planet you are from?

“Gilby” <mail@gilby.com> wrote in message
news:3BC294BF.4070603@gilby.com
> Roland Mösl wrote:
>
> > When the top moves 100m in 1 second, .5 second with 40 G acceleration
> > .5 second with 40 G deacceleration
> >
> > For the humans in the inside, the result would be the same number
> > of death
>
> Yeah, but what about that anti-gravity stuff. Don’t that have that from
> the planet you are from?

Shure, but in this case, You would only need to make the towers air tight
to have some nice space ships :slight_smile:

But with anti graivity, You could stop the airplanes also, which would be
more easy than to bend a tower around.


Roland Mösl http://pege.org Clear targets for a confused civilization
http://BeingFound.com Web Design starts at the search engine

but a pair of towers bending to avoid a plane looks so much cooler.

Tony Ranieri

“Roland Mösl” <founder@pege.org> wrote in message
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> But with anti graivity, You could stop the airplanes also, which would
> be more easy than to bend a tower around.