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Sunday, April 29, 2007

Zionist Neocons Blow Up California Overpsass. For Some Reason.

I demand the TRUTH. I demand that the Zionist Neocon Overseers admit that they blew up the San Francisco-Oakland Bay Bridge using a remote-controlled tanker truck.

We all know that No NORMAL Fire could have MELTED part of a freeway. And we also know that California is one of the most liberal leaning states in the nation and that ONLY BY USING THE FEAR OF TERRORIST TANKER TRUCKS could California be PUSHED into voting for some puppet of the ZIONISTS!

Or, at least, that’s what I’m thinking.

A heavily traveled section of freeway that funnels traffic off the San Francisco-Oakland Bay Bridge collapsed early Sunday after a gasoline tanker truck overturned and erupted into flames, authorities said.

Flames shot 200 feet in the air and the heat was intense enough to melt part of the freeway and cause the collapse, but the truck’s driver walked away from the scene with second-degree burns. No other injuries were reported.

“I’ve never seen anything like it,” Officer Trent Cross of the California Highway Patrol said of the crumpled interchange. “I’m looking at this thinking, ‘Wow, no one died—that’s amazing. It’s just very fortunate.”

Which, seriously, thank God and good luck that no one died.

Read the OFFICIAL story--and then think for yourself.

Kindly linked by Bodhi1 at Newsvine.

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I-880 in California must have a guardian angel. It’s the highway that included the infamous “Cypress structure” that collapsed in the Loma Prieta quake in 1989. If the quake had hit at that time on any day other than opening day of the Giants-vs.-A’s World Series, thousands of commuters would have been killed in that one collapse. Instead, most people avoided the heavy commute hour that day so the toll was much smaller than officials originally estimated.

And now this, with no one killed. Amazing.

on Apr 29 2007 @ 07:19 PM

Something like this happened in Colorado back in the 80s. I think it was a coal train that caught fire and melted an overpass on highway 85 in Brighton. I may be fuzzy on the details, but I remember it was north of town.

on Apr 29 2007 @ 09:57 PM

Man, I was living here at the time and I don’t remember that at all.

Is the memory the first thing to go? I can’t remember…

on Apr 29 2007 @ 10:02 PM

And, McGehee, you’re right: absolutely amazing.

on Apr 29 2007 @ 10:03 PM

I try to avoid tankers. Some years ago, one exploded in an underpass and totally incinerated the car behind, with several others catching on fire. I don’t remember how many were killed. The traffic was moving into the fire, because the accident was in a blind curve.

on Apr 30 2007 @ 02:53 PM

Sounds as if you’re angling to replace Rosie on The View.

on Apr 30 2007 @ 04:10 PM

Virginia, that’s sad. And now I have something else to fear on the highways.

Jed, you’re darned tootin’ I’m aiming to be the replacement Rosie. 3-year contract, ten million a year, and all you have to do is spout regular insanity? I can so do that.

on Apr 30 2007 @ 05:19 PM

Hate to burst your bubble, but fire can hurt concrete pretty badly. We had a train tanker car catch fire up here in Tacoma, WA about 2 years ago and it almost brought down a bridge made of concrete.

on Apr 30 2007 @ 07:55 PM

Apparently I could start a new career selling myself in the part of the conspiracy theorist…

Paul, thanks for dropping by and leaving a comment. For the record, though, I was just kidding. I’m well aware of the kind of damage that fire can cause when it burns hot and long enough.

Again, though, thanks for dropping by.

on Apr 30 2007 @ 08:52 PM

Virginia’s comment reminded me about this—25 years and slightly more than two weeks ago.

on Apr 30 2007 @ 08:55 PM

"Apparently I could start a new career selling myself in the part of the conspiracy theorist…”

A practical demonstration that some people actually are beyond parody.

Nice try, though.

on Apr 30 2007 @ 10:33 PM


I had thought that it was obvious that I was kidding, but apparently not. It was linked over at Newsvine and a couple of people there think that I was serious, too.

Apparently the “truthers” are funny enough on their own; parodying them is just redundant.

on May 01 2007 @ 05:49 AM
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