I don't understand how that would bolster your theory at all. It was chaotic, the reporter got the wrong information and went on the air with it. She used the phrase 'the area is completly sealed off' twice, she didn't have any special access. It's not even like she said they were about to demolish it, she said it fell on its own. I was in New York then, and rumors about all sorts of things were running around because people were desperate for any information, the way I would assume it always is in those kinds of situations. It means nothing, one way or the other.
Last edited by Wildwoman; 03-02-2007 at 06:04 PM.