An Idea Came To Me
August 26, 2008
As I sat outside the Pepsi Center Media entrance this afternoon awaiting the arrival of my set of credentials, an idea came to me. It was in the form of 100 people marching to asking the US Government to tell the truth about 9/11. Those of us sitting there became a captured audience
With an evangelistic zeal they told those of us how the Bush Administration engineered the attacks on 9/11 so that they could “do what they wanted to do.” Apparently no planes ever hit the Twin Towers. It was, in their words a controlled explosion.
This wasn’t the idea for which I was searching, but it found me. Fortunately, I was not alone. One of the people sitting with me thought it was a good idea to let one member of the group know that he watched a plane hit the second tower.
What followed could be described as a free exchange of ideas. Since a number of people were speaking simultaneously it was hard to discern what, if anything was being exchanged.
Fortunately my Hall Pass appeared and I left them to sort it out.
But I’ve got a CD I can watch tonight that will show me how it was done.
When it comes to ideas, I still haven’t found what I’m looking for.
Time to continue the search inside.