Discussion in 'General' started by NemesisR6, Aug 4, 2020.
I said it indirectly.
A guy on the web said it sure looked like a DEW. Interesting comparison...
If you multiply that by 10, maybe. That video was nothing compared to what actually went down.
I know the size is much smaller. I just noticed they both had the red smoke...
That video of the "DEW" also looks fake as shit
Say what you want about how long it was in that wherehouse and why... that amount of explosive payload could sink a carrier and that's why it's stored at a port. I feel for the innocent killed...but that stockpile was a menace.
Agreed, as fake as a Porsche Huracan Stradale.
They could send Jamie Foxx and Cris Cooper over.
Was that a tasteless joke?
Or just a misspelling?
I know that many of us have a pretty macabre sense of humor, but... too soon...
No tasteless humor intended.
I hope this doesn’t get me banned, but from what I know of this culture and others, trust in Allah and buddha makes these people not worry about things too much.
"The orange cloud that towered over the city following the blast was indicative of nitrate explosions, experts said, and suggested the release of toxic nitrogen dioxide into the air."
I really don't know where to start with this statement...........just so much, that I'm not even going to bother.
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I have no idea....very well could be...
Here you go:
Don't forget Jason Bateman too...
Some place reported 3 kilotonnes of explosive force. I don’t buy that it was quite that big, but I’d definitely guess on the order of 1 KT at a minimum.
When I saw the size of that explosion I figured it had to be a chemical plant or other industrial incident. Not even the US government has conventional bombs that big.
I’m going with stupidity and incompetence for this incident.
A guys I saw on the internet who used to work for SPAWAR said it's probably a rods from god attack by Israel. They saw the initial fireworks explosion and used it as an excuse to take out the AN. Perfect cover.
I've seen the same.
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