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'Loose Change' and loose screws

From: Damian Penny, Corner Brook, Newfoundland, Canada

Thank you so much for not falling for "Loose Change," one of the most absurd, illogical con jobs of all time. A warning: the 9/11 conspirozoids *will* e-mail you to complain that the guy who wrote the 'Popular Mechanics' article on 9/11 conspiracy theories is the son or nephew of Homeland Security chief Michael Chertoff. (He isn't.)

I encourage you to check out these blogs, which have done a masterful job debunking the film:

http://screwloosechange.blogspot.com/

http://911conspiracysmasher.blogspot.com/

The comments from "Loose Change" true believers are particularly informative.

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